A Hall Day To Remember

Like a yearly trend, the hall day of CVR Hall of Residence managed to live upto its reputation and be one of the best organized hall days of this year. The hall day of CVR saw a great number of guests coming from all the other hostels. It started with the lighting of the lamp by the honoured dignitaries of our institute. This auspicious ceremony was followed by a heartfelt speech given by the Warden of the hostel. Professor K.C Pati, dean of Student’s Welfare shared a few words of wisdom after the Warden and then he was followed by the Director’s speech about CVR Hall Of Residence. As the evening moved towards its cultural part, it was followed by an enthralling classical dance performance by Priyanka Shukla, who also happened to get the best boarder award. The prize distribution ceremony was conducted by Prof Majhi. This was followed by an enchanting duet by Priyanka and Ipsita which was again followed by a mesmerizing dance by Ipsita.

This terrific dance performance was followed by the felicitation of our reverent director Prof. Sunil Kr Sarangi and Mrs Sarangi by the warden and the Asst. warden of the CVR hall of residence. Since, every year unfolds a galore of our brilliant and creative CVR boarders standing at the next step of ladder of a successful and bright future, a prize distribution ceremony was witnessed in appreciation of their efforts and achievements in which our reverent director felicitated them. This ceremony was chased by the eulogization of the warden and chief warden of the hostel by our esteemed director. Then was the time for felicitation of all the secretaries of the hostel for not only organizing the Hall day function in a synchronized manner but also for smooth functioning of the hall. The felicitation ceremony was immediately followed by a scintillating dance performance by Sahiti. The evening concluded with General Secretary giving vote of thanks to all the guests, dignitaries, boarders and the co-secretaries for their support and co-operation. Then was the time for relishing the cuisine which is one of the most awaited moments for the boarders. Once the dinner was over, the sequential dance numbers invited huge crowd to rock and roll on the dance floor.

The evening did not conclude on a very positive note as the quality and taste of food did not attract much appreciation and contentment from the boarders and the guests as well.