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Thomso – IIT Roorkee’s Fest to Commence from 20th October, Registration Open!
The Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee is all set to start its annual youth festival Thomso. The four-day festival is one of the biggest and most popular college festivals in India. Thomso 2016 will be organized from 20th to 23rd October.
Over 30,000 students from IITs, NITs and various other colleges gather for Thomso every year. Various cyber quizzes, business events, dance competitions and music competitions, fashion shows, art and literature carnivals, dramatics events and adventurous events will be organized at Thomso 2016.
Convener of Thomso 2016 is Rajat Mudgal and the co-conveners are Vivek Agarwal and Rahul Agrawal. The convener and co-convener can be reached through Facebook, LinkedIn and their personal contact numbers provided at the official Thomso website. Registrations for Thomso 2016 have started and all those who aspire to participate can register on the official website of Thomso.
If you wish to participate, fill all the required details in the registration form provided on the official website and make the payment. The registration fee is Rs.1400. IIT Roorkee also provides lodging facilities to the participants coming from various parts of the country. Students applying for lodging facilities will have to pay Rs.1800 for the registration.
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Every year Thomso showcases talented youth from across the country in various genres. Thomso, the Annual Youth Festival of Uttarakhand is the platform where students and academicians to present their academic as well as co-curricular skills through various events. The fest attracts various media moguls and is the gathering ground for the congregation of culture and intellect.
Image Courtesy: Thomso Official Website
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