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Rangoli Designing is a grand competition at ADMEC Multimedia Institute, which is organized every year a day before Diwali. Our Institute believes in overall development of students thus organizes competitions along with good academics to boost them.
What is Rangoli
Rangoli is an art form, originated in Indian culture, in which artistic patterns and drawings are created on the ground, floor, corners or wide tables using different materials such as colored rice, flour, colored sand, vermillion, turmeric or flowers and diyas are placed on it to embrace its beauty.
There are several traditions that people around the world follow and celebrate during major festivals. Rangoli designing is one such tradition during Diwali. The designs vary as they represent the culture, history, folklore of different places. This is mainly made by girls and women since they are considered as luck and source of happiness.
Purpose of Rangoli Designing
The purpose of competition is to keep our students intact with the traditional concepts. We at our training center, teach them how to use digital software but along with that we also take care of the fact that they do not forget the basic roots from where it all started.
The inducement of Rangoli Design competition is to make students familiar with creative and artistic culture of India. As a leader in digital media training, we prepare our students to face any situation of the real industry and keeping this thing in our mind to check what out of the box solution they can think of and how well they can present their thoughts and vision.
Chance to create your own Exquisite Rangoli
Rangoli is a free art that allows you to widen up your imagination and create something wonderful. You can choose a theme, topic, idea that should be actually interacting and conveying message. Students were asked to choose their favorite materials and good design idea or they can also work on the pre-decided theme given by mentors. They had a great chance to showcase their creativity and knowledge of colors.
For a designer, it is very important to push their physical as well as virtual limits and step and step out of their comfort zones. We pay special focus on how to develop creative skills in our students and how can we make them just a designer but an interaction Designer; a designer who very well interacts with his/her surroundings and offer creative solutions to challenging design problems. This competition was an example of team coordination, ideas and understanding.
4 teams of 22 members is formed under the leadership of our excellent students :
|Team A||Team B||Team C||Team D|
|TL – Lubna||TL – Bhavika Aneja||TL– Ritu||TL– Sweety khatri|
|TL – Rohit Makhija||TL – Lakshy Khatri||TL – Lokesh Goswami||TL– Himanshu Garg|
|Neha||Priyanka bhardwaj||Riya||Neha Gupta|
|Disha Verma||Komal Mehta||Shweta singh||Tanu|
|Kajol||Nancy||Divya Singh||Tisha Babbar|
|Yamini Verma||Ritika||Vanita Agarwal||Rachna Jaiswal|
|Keshav Jha||Babita Rani||Sakshi Sehgal||Raja|
|Ismail||Bhavuk Bhatia||Satyam Tuteja||Sachin Garg|
|Dinesh||Kunal Lomesh||Deepak Vishwakarma||Mohit Nayyar|
|Yogesh Yadav||Vinay Johnson Tete||Sagar||Manasvi|
|Mayank siaini||Himanshu Sharma||Shubham kumar||Deepak Chaurasia|
|Mohit kapoor||Ridhi||Sumit Parjapti||Pulkit Chadha|
|Mrinal Lomesh||Sahil bisht||Deepanshu||Akash Kumar|
|Manpreet singh||Allen Mathew||Meghna Jogi||Robin john|
|Vibhu Gupta||Suraj kumar||Karandeep singh||Shreya|
|Anshul||Himanshi Gera||Deepak Pandey||Amit kumar|
|Jagmeet singh||Premchand||Anchit tayal||Arvin|
|Vishwajeet||Gursharan singh||Wasim||Vishal kumar|
|Shantanu Jha||Gagandeep singh||Alisha||Deepanwita|
Important factors for Judgement
Students were to be judged on the basis of these important factors.
- Team management and presence
- Ideas and presentation
- Subject and motive clarity
- Discipline during work
- Neat and clean artwork
- Time management
The competition was judged by our respected faculties, Mr. Ravi Bhadauria, Mr. Deepak Bhadauria (Multimedia professional), Mr. Kapil Sengar (Graphic design faculty), Mr. Nishu Tomar and Mrs. Promila (Art and Sketching faculty).
They asked questions and motives behind the designs and motivated with their soulful words. Students were so excited and happy as the Rangoli designs raised everyone’s mood. This event surely brought festive feel among students and office members.
Rangoli Design Competition Results
Winning Team: Team B
Best team leader: Bhavika (Team B)
Most creative student: Lubna khaldy (Team A)
Members of winning team and participants were given certificates and gifts.
Congratulations to all the participants of the winning team on your well-deserved victory!!