PUNE: Technikala 2018, the 13th edition of NICMAR Pune’s annual inter-college techno-cultural fest, was held from February 9 to 11. Students, not only from NICMAR, Pune, but also from other reputed colleges in Pune and cities participated in the fest.
‘Technikala’ is a fusion of ‘Techni’ from Technical and ‘Kala’ meaning cultural, and was inaugurated on February 8.
Technikala 2018 witnessed participation in 40 events, spread across domains such as technical, business, literary, design, sports, cultural, gaming, involving students from diverse backgrounds such as engineering, management, law, arts and medicine, to name a few.
This year’s theme, ‘Travel, Transit, Transform and Transverse’ was a step towards creating a unique blend of cultures, cuisines, innovation, technology and traditions from all around the world.
The theme was experientially created to make this year’s Technikala distinctive from the past. The physical replication of this theme was carried forward through elements of design and decor, as well as the format of the events, spread across multiple domains.
The student members or Team Technikala 2018 promoted the event at all prominent places in and around Pune, attracting youth in large numbers.
The event saw an overwhelming participation from many reputed colleges of Engineering, Management, Fine Arts, among others, indulging in almost all events, amounting to a footfall of approximately more than 1,500 students.
Technikala 2018 finale had a Pro-Show by ace Bollywood singer and composer Aditi Singh Sharma.