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“VOICE FROM THE CULTURAL HEAD”

“The acquiring of culture is the development of an avid hunger for knowledge and beauty” quotes Jesse Bennett.

AMC Engineering College shelters a diversified crowd of engineering aspirants from all parts of India with its high quality academic skills required to build in the technical minds for the future. Along with this, as it is said, “Art speaks the soul of its culture”, our college equally educate its students with the importance of arts, sports and culture in one’s life. AMC Engineering College organizes cultural fests like Colosseum during the odd semesters and Mélange during the even semesters just to help the students introspect their hidden talents and showcase the same on this vast platform. We strongly believe that academic knowledge and cultural knowledge go hand in hand in which the art and cultural growth enhances the student’s academic growth as well. Our college has also witnessed many students going up the ladder in the field of music, dance, literature and sports and we proudly believe that we have played a vital role in their achievements. We are making enormous efforts to bring out a large number of stars in arts and sports who can shine brighter than yesterday and make their tomorrow a successful piece of life.

Cultural Activities


Melange 2018

MELANGE 2018 was held on 6th and 7th April 2018 and Chief Guest- Soumya Reddy Environmentalist , Niveditha Gowda (Big Boss Contestant), Archana Mosale (Kannada Actress &Model ), Vivek Punjabi (Actor),Prem (Choregrapher)

Melange 2017

The inauguration of Melange 2K17(11,12th May 2017)) by Dr.T.N.Sreenivasa,PrincipalMr.VasistaSimha, Mr. Madan Ramvenkatesh and Ms. AnuPoovamma,This occasion was graced by the vintage actor Sarigamaviji , Director Sai Prakash

Theatre artist and national award winner Mr.Sanchari Vijay, famous Artist BadalNanjundswamy, All-ok Kannada Rap Team

Melange 2K17 –INTERCOLLEGE FEST on 11,12th May 2017

Melange 2016

MELANGE 2016 was held on 6th and 7th April 2016 and Chief Guest- Mr. Srinath (Kannada Film Actor) was the Dr. K. R Paramahamsa, Chairman, AMCEC presided for the function.

MELANGE 2015 was held on 24TH& 25THAPRIL 2015 Chief Guest-Ms. Shamitha Malnad (play back singer) Dr. K. R Paramahamsa, Chairman, AMCEC presided for the function.

Colosseum 2017

On the 3rd November, all roads led to AMCEC. The excitement among the students was palpable. Why you ask? Because it was time for ‘COLOSSEUM 2K17!’ But this year was a little different. We had the fresher’s day for the new incoming batch of students and the ‘MechMela’ which was an entrepreneurship initiative by the mechanical department to go along with Colosseum. All these promised us a day of fun and laughter. The day began on a very auspicious note with the invocation of god’s blessing followed by the official inauguration of the fest by our principal Dr. T. N. Sreenivasa. Our Guest Sindhu Loknath-Sandalwood actress joined us for evening events and graced the occasion

The inauguration of Colosseum (03/11/2017) by the principal Dr. T. N. Sreenivasa.

Inaugural Address

The official poster of colosseum 2017Blessings from God: The Invocation song.

The Flash Mob Dance by students

Group Dance Competition Winners and Runner up teams

Now that the formalities were completed, it was time to hit the stage. First up on stage were the Mr. and Ms. Fresher contest finals where 14 finalists were shortlisted from a talented group of 30 students through auditions. Shreyas and Sahana emerged as the deserved winners and Prinston and Spurthi as runners.

Fresher’s day: The ethnic round.

Shreyas & Sahana being crowned Mr. Fresher & Ms. Fresher.


Next event on stage was the solo singing event where enthusiastic participants sang to their heart’s content in the bid to win a prize. Then came the dance event! Egged on by the crowd, the dancers gave their best shot and it turned out to be pure entertainment. As far as the offstage events were concerned, quiz, creative writing, rangoli competition and painting events catalysed in bringing the best out of our talented students. Avid gamers were given a chance to prove their mettle with the gaming events. But as always, the best was saved for the last. The fashion show! Two very well-choreographed teams going up against each other was a real treat! The perfect icing on the cake was the DJ night! The students danced like there’s no one watching and brought down the curtains on a very successful Colosseum 2K17

Students enjoying at the DJ Night organized by our student DJ V


MechMela2.0 was an entrepreneurship program conducted by the mechanical students on the 3rd November 2017. Five distinct stalls, headed by seven coordinators, were conducted, namely photography, gaming, handicrafts, tattoo making and food stalls.

This program was initiated under the guidance of faculty to imbibe entrepreneurial and managerial skills among the students. The entire set up was built using scrap and other useless materials in the college campus.

The skill of initiating, implementing, managing and entrepreneurship, which was the sole purpose of MechMela, was successfully achieved by the students.


Colosseum 2016

On the 1st of October, all roads led to AMCEC. The excitement among the students was palpable. Why you ask? Because it was time for ‘COLOSSEUM 2K16!’ But this year was a little different. We had the fresher’s day for the new incoming batch of students and the ‘MechMela’ which was an entrepreneurship initiative by the mechanical department to go along with Colosseum. All these promised us a day of fun and laughter. The day began on a very auspicious note with the invocation of god’s blessing followed by the official inauguration of the fest by our principal Dr. T. N.Sreenivasa.

Now that the formalities were completed, it was time to hit the stage. First up on stage were the Mr and Ms fresher contest finals where 14 finalists were shortlisted from a talented group of 30 students through auditions. First round was the ethnic round and the finalists didn’t disappoint either. Their dressing sense and their walk left the crowd wanting for more. Then came the talent round and the western wear round. Again, it was very interesting and the crowd needless to say, were very excited! The final round was the questionnaire round where both the participants and the judges were at their wits best. Siddhant and Shilpika emerged as the deserved winners.

Fresher’s day: The ethnic round.

Siddhant being crowned Mr fresher.Shilpika being crowned Ms fresher.

Next event on stage was the solo singing event where enthusiastic participants sang to their heart’s content in the bid to win a prize.Then came the dance event! Egged on by the crowd, the dancers gave their best shot and it turned out to be pure entertainment. As far as the offstage events were concerned, quiz, creative writing, rangoli competition and painting events catalysed in bringing the best out of our talented students. Avid gamers were given a chance to prove their mettle with the gaming events. But as always, the best was saved for the last. The fashion show! Two very well-choreographed teams going up against each other was a real treat! The perfect icing on the cake was the DJ night! The students danced like there’s no one watching and brought down the curtains on a very successful Colosseum 2K16.

All play and no work: students enjoying at the DJ night.


Colosseum 2015

Like every year, this year too, COLOSSEUM was the most awaited cultural extravaganza. It was held on 30th and 31st of October, 2015 making it remarkable. The chief guest being, the young and talented sandalwood actress, Manvitha Harish who was headed by the college principal, Dr. T.N. Sreenivasa. The fest was lined with a whooping list of events including the main stage, off stage, technical and sports events. Students from various departments participated in various events. It was a day filled with fun, frolic, laughter and sportive competition.


VTU FEST 2018

VTU YOUTH FEST –KALASURABHI 2018 HELD AT AITM BELAGAVI ON 11.04.2018 TO 14.04.2018


VTU FEST 2017

The incube drama team performing one act play “Karnadharmanukarna” at the VTU fest “Yuvakalanjali 2k17” at Sir MVIT, Bangalore held from 16-03-2017 to 19-03-2017.The script was written by our own team in Hale Kannada language. Also, the set work for the skit was done by the ‘incube art club’.

One act play at VTU fest from 16.03.2017 to 19.03.2017

The incube drama team performing a skit “Aacharyastamamswargovidhihi” at the VTU fest “Yuvakalanjali 2k17” at Sir MVIT, Bangalore held from 16-03-2017 to 19-03-2017.The script was written by our own team in Hale Kannada language. Also, the set work for the skit was done by the ‘incube art club’.

Skit performed in VTU fest from 16.03.2017 to 19.03.2017

The AMC Dance team performing Folk dance-group at the VTU fest “Yuvakalanjali 2k17” at Sir MVIT, Bangalore held from 16-03-2017 to 19-03-2017.

Dance team performed folk dance at VTU fest from 16.03.2017 to 19.03.2017


VTU FEST 2016

Chakravyuha-2016, the intercollegiate youth festival was held from 7th -10th May in Alva’s college Moodbidri. The college cultural team participated in the myriad of events that were on offer. Srinidhi bagged the 3rd prize in the cartooning event. Special mention has to be made of PhanirajKaranth, whose acting skills earned him a standing ovation from the crowd! All in all it was a wonderful learning curve.

The cultural team for Chakravyuha 2K16 & the singing team.

College team performing a drama & the man in demand: Phaniraj Karanth


VTU FEST 2014

Davana 2014-the 14th annual VTU youth festival was organized at Bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology, Davangere from 26th February to 1st March.

The students participated with great enthusiasm and did their best to bring laurels to our college.


Ethnic Day 2017

The Ethnic Day was the next big cultural event in our college. The students eagerly looked forward to this day. It was held on the 28th of September 2017. It was a very colourful day with the students and faculties dazzling in their ethnic wear. It was a day filled with fun filled games,selfies and photo sessions! Ethnic day was truly celebrated in its spirit.

The Faculties & The Girls

The Boys & Games like Musical chair, Dare

Ethnic day on 28.09.2017


Ethnic Day 2016

The Ethnic Day was the next big cultural event in our college. The students eagerly looked forward to this day. It was held on the 28th of September 2016. It was a very colourful day with the students and faculties dazzling in their ethnic wear. It was a day filled with fun filled games, selfies and photo sessions! Ethnic day was truly celebrated in its spirit.

The girls & the boys.

And the teachers! as well as the students


Ethnic Day 2015

Like every year, Ethnic Day of AMCEC was held on 24th September,2015. Students from all departments came in their best ethnic wear thus celebrating the spirit of globalized world within the expansive walls of an educational institution which aims every day at reaching out to a large number of enthusiastic young minds who want a secular, vibrant and an engaging learning ambience to grow into knowledgeable and independent individuals.

Along with the students, the teaching and non-teaching staff was also dressed up in their ethnic wear and helped us make this ethnic day a memorable one.This day, indeed was one of the most memorable days for all students.


Women's Day 2017


Women's Day 2016


Women's Day 2015


Women's Day 2014


Student Activities

Debate is one of the academic activities that gives students, creative room to express what they feel. The length and breadth of knowledge what they gain through this is unparalleled. For this very reason, the debate club of AMC Engineering College organized a debate, posing the question, “President Donald Trump is good or bad for India?" on 18th Feb, 2017. The debate competition was judged by Prof.Mrinalini, AP, ECE Dept, Prof Shivani Shah, AP, MBA Dept, & Prof Lovely sasidharan, AP, MCA Dept. They used various skills like overstatement, definition, irony etc., to uphold their point of views.

Debate competition on 18.02.2017

AMC QUIZ club conducted a General Quiz competition on February 23, 2017. Around 55 students were enrolled for this quiz. 3 students who were qualified were sent to VTU fest YUVAKALANJALI 2017 held at Sir MVIT, Bangalore

General Quiz competition on 23.02.2017

One of the shining students of our college is MrJeevan V. He is a choreographer/trainer of dance at E-clipz fitness studio and the lead choreographer of FSFA team and the college team ‘Kneedroppers’.

He is currently participating in ‘Dance Jodi Dance’ show being aired on Zee Tamil channel.

Jeevan on the show Dance Jodi Dance & The team of Kneedroppers

“CLIMATE IS WHAT WE EXPECT, WEATHER IS WHAT WE GET”.

Cultural department conducted a quiz on Climate change on September 9, 2015. Around 30 students were enrolled for this quiz. 3 students who were qualified were sent to Indian Institute of Science & Technology, Bangalore for the next round. They were qualified for the quarter finals.

“When reason and unreason come into contact, an electrical shock occurs. This is called Polemics.”

A Technical Quiz was conducted on September 29, 2015 in which 33 participants took part. The best two were selected for higher rounds to be conducted by Bharat Electronics Limited, Bengaluru.

“Software development is a technical activity conducted by human beings”

TECHMANIA-an Intra College Technical Quiz Contest was organized for both students and faculty members on 28th of October, 2015 and 30th of October, 2015 respectively.

DEBATE ONEUTHANASIA- INTENTIONAL KILLING

Debate is one of the academic activities that gives students, creative room to express what they feel. The length and breadth of knowledge that they gain through this, is simply unparalleled. For this very reason, the debate club of AMC Engineering college organized a debate on the topic, Euthanasia- Intentional Killing on August 27th,2014. The competition was judged by a dynamic personality, Dr. Ramachandra. It was very evident that the teams were well prepared. They used various skills like overstatement, definition, irony etc., to convince the audience and the judge. The participants, armed with statistics and data, made their arguments more emphatic with their righteous facial expressions and gestures. All the participants exhibited great oratorical skills in the first round, which gave them the opportunity to convince, as to why they are for or against the topic. The second round was laced with more nail biting moments and an intense face off .Finally the judge gave his piece of verdict. Through this competition, not just the participants, but even the audience and all others present, gained a lot of information regarding the topic to be put in their bank of knowledge.


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