On the 2nd day of the four-day International Sports, Arts and Music Competition (The SAM 2020) today, students of Iran, Russia, Greece, Nepal, and many states of India showcased their creative talents with participation in various interesting competitions and got to know about the cultures and traditions of various countries through interaction with each other.
It may be mentioned here that CMS Jopling Road Campus is organizing the four-day International Sports, Arts and Music Competition ‘The SAM 2020’ from 13 to 16 December 2020 in which student teams from Iran, Russia, Greece, Nepal, and various states of India are enthusiastically participating. This international event aims at encouraging collaboration and unity amongst the youth, thereby promoting solidarity and brotherhood between the people of the world.
The SAM competitions began today with the E-Expedition (Floor Art) competition in the senior category held on the topic ‘Expanding ethnic boundaries to embrace the exotic.’ This competition was held in two rounds. The first round was the selection round wherein the participants were short-listed for the final live event. In the second round, the short-listed participants recreated their designs live, before the judges. The students showcased their talents and creative skills promoting the ideals of Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam through their art as depicted in this competition.
Tongue Tinglers (Fireless Cooking), the other competition of the event, was the center of attraction today. Student participants from different countries of the world won hearts with their creativity and skills. This competition was also held in two rounds. In the first round, the participants had sent their 3-minute unedited videos of cooking while in the second round, the shortlisted participants recreated the same dish from the same country in a different style using local ingredients. Thereafter, the participants confidently answered the queries put up by the judges of the event.
Mr. Hari Om Sharma, Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS informed the competitions of this international event will continue tomorrow. The schedule for tomorrow includes the Blending Boundaries (E-Collage) competition from 12.00 noon to 1.00 pm and Covid Rhapsody (Choir) from 2.00 pm to 3.00 pm.
Mr. Sharma said that the enthusiasm of students from India and abroad to participate in the SAM competitions shows that they have the capabilities and desire to bring change in the world and create new milestones in the fate of mankind.
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