Oct, 03, 2016: Confidence, Skill and Grace were put to test as collegians battled it out for the coveted Mr and Ms University and College Idol competition Season 14 organized by National Institute of Event Management. The participants were judged on the basis of different rounds which included the introduction, group dance, ramp walk in western attire and the question and answer session.
Akanksha Chopda of MITSOM College and Abhishek Sathe of Christ College were crowned Mr and Ms University Pune while Apurva Chavan from MIT, Alandi and Pritam Prakash of CIEM College were declared as the first runners-up. Ranjeet Patil from Symbiosis Institute and Himani Singh of ITA came third.The winners in the sub-categories were Mr. Photogenic Udit Ghodke (Symbiosis Institute) and Ms. Photogenic Vinita Chaudhari (MITSOM College) , Mr. Robotust was Sanath Gadge (MMCC College) and Ms. Ten Tarini Rao(Fergusson College) , Ms. Smile was Shristy Sidar (Symbiosis Law School), the Audience choice were Ms. Harshna Rijhwani (Sinhgad College) and Mr. Hafizullah Esar (Indira College.). The winners will represent Pune at the grand finale to be held in Mumbai on 21st December and will be trained by personalities like David Whitbread, Dr. Mayekar, Hemu Sighna, Viraf Patel, Mickey Mehta and many others for the grand finale in Mumbai. These are the best of Pune and are sure to fight hard for the title of Mr and Ms University India.
Along with the Mr and Ms University Competition, National Institute of Event Management had also organized The College Idol on the same day. The College Idol was a test to find Pune’s super student who had it all, personality, talent, wits and popularity. It had three rounds, the first was the introduction round, followed by talent round and quiz and the crowd also voted for their popularity. Diniar Patel, Nandan Gijare and Karishma Shetty judged the College Idol. Karan Gill (BMCC) and Shreya Mandloi (MIT College) were declared winners; Shashank Tiwari (MIT College) and Laveena Manwani (Shankar Rao Chavan Law College) were the runners-up and Shashikumar Shetty (Modern College) and Rutuja Mharnur (St. Mira’s College) were the second runners-up.
Students of various colleges, who had attended the program saw it as a huge hit and enjoyed the day with great enthusiasm.
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