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"Synergy Fest" off-stage events which will start from Wednesday

Students of the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), who were usually seen in white aprons at hospital wards, are nowadays donning sports jersey playing carrom, basketball, football, table tennis, kho-kho and all indoor and outdoor games on the campus. But girls, especially those who are not sports enthusiasts, are waiting for the off-stage events to take place.

The off-stage events which will start from Wednesday include nail art, rangoli competition, calligraphy, face painting, hair styling and make-up. Girls say they are usually interested in events like these for which they hardly get time in the institute.

Be it off-stage or sporting events, RIMS students are enjoying themselves in the "Synergy Fest" that began on Sunday. "I am interested in hair styling, make up and nail art. We remain so busy with our studies that we hardly have spare time left for nail art or hair styling," But courtesy to the fest each year that we participate in such exciting events once a year where we can show our talents besides the studies," said Priyamvada Tiwary, a second-year MBBS student.

Rajni Kumari, a second-year student, was excited. "This is my second year in college. I was new in the first year for which I couldn't enjoy much in the annual meet last year. And I am not very much interested in sports activities because of which I am eagerly waiting for the off-stage activities to begin in which I can participate. I have a passion for 'rangolis' and have many designs in mind which I am going to apply during the competition and hope to win."

On day three of the fest, both boys and girls were enjoying table tennis, carom, kho-kho. In the evening, students participated enthusiastically in lawn tennis and basketball. "It's amazing time we all are having here participating in various competitions in the fest. I am more of a sportsperson and trying to participate in most of the events like table tennis and badminton," said Abhishek Kumar, who has been the winner last year in table tennis. source-timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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