The second day of Kaafila 2020 started with ‘Kaafila Tasveeron ka’ (Photography walk), conducted by Jay Makwana. There were more than 35 participants covered many spots inside the MSU Campus to show their creativity.
The places covered by the participants are, Bhuki nala, Science faculty, English department, Fine arts faculty, Archeology department, fine arts faculty, Botanic garden, Premanand hall, Hansa Mehta library, Experiment school, C.C Mehta Auditorium, Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya and D.N Hall.
The photos took by the particpants were displayed in the Faculty of Journalism and Communication. The decision will be based 40% on the votes given by the people and 60% by the judges.
In the next event, “Kaisi Paheli hai ye??” (treasure hunt), 11 Teams participated where 2 teams dropped out because they couldn’t figure out the clues. The winning team is from the faculty of Commerce, M.S. University.
The third event was “Sangraam Vichaaron ka” (debate) where 14 people participated from Parul University and different faculties of MSU. The topic was ‘Science and spirituality can co-exist?’. 7 participants were for the motion and 7 were against the motion. The judge was a delegate from Ram Krishna Mission and he gave a speech at the end about A.P.J Abdul Kalam and Swami Vivekananda.
After that was “kaun banega Radio jockey” (RJ war). There were 8 participants from various faculties of MSU and even from Parul University. RJ Virat and Atiq Khan from radio city were the judges. There were 3 rounds where in the first round the participants were given a topic: “The trend of biopics in Bollywood”, 10 mins prior and they had to perform a set on the stage like a RJ. Top 5 participants were shortlisted who were to switch their sets from making helmets voluntary or mandatory. Top 3 participants were filtered for this round and they were to continue the set RJ Virat started.
The next event was “Suroon ka Karavan” (Singing competition) where 28 students from different faculties of MSU and Parul university participated in the competition. The event was judged by Jignashu Pandya.