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META LIT fest comes to an end

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CAMPUS: The annual LIT fest conducted by St. Joseph’s college (Autonomous), META came to an end on Tuesday. The theme for this year’s META fest was ‘Imagine worlds’ and celebrated the underrated arts of imagination and creativity.

As the LIT fest is divided into two categories, the schools and colleges participating the events were NPS-yeshwanthpur, PSPB, St. Paul school and Baldwins girls from the juniors category and MCC and Jain PU college, NPS-yeshwanthpur, St. Paul school and PSBP school among the senior category.

The events for the day were cartooning, spelling bee for senior and junior category, illustrations and poetry slam. The theme for cartooning was, ‘last bench scene’, ‘cows in Bengaluru’ and ‘Demonetisation’. The only school to participate in cartooning was NPS-yeshwanthpur.

The most anticipated event was spelling bee (junior and senior) held at Loyola hall. The winner from the junior category was MatildeRibeiro with 163 points from Baldwins high school- girlsand GhanaviUmesh from NPS-yeshwanthpur with 138 points stood first from the senior category.

When asked about her win and love for spell bee, winner GhanaviUmesha had to say, “ I have been taking part since I was in first grade but I couldn’t win in the last round, I always lost. This is the second or maybe the third time I am wining. I read a lot of newspapers and magazines. It helps.”


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