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Flamz 2016- Future Institute of Engineering and Management (FIEM)



                                           FLAMZ’16


Recently Future Institute of Engineering and Management had a gala celebration of three days which was their sports and cultural fest named Flamz’16.They have been organizing this fest since four years but this is the first time that they have organized the sports fest.They had three guest performances which had Ashes in flames performing on 28th February and very next day Anupam Roy along with his band and Underground Authority rocked the stage and got everyone on their feet.



The sports side had events like Table Tennis,Smash-Up which was badminton,Top-Spin which was volley ball,Women’s Kabaddi,Gully Cricket and Football which took place in the college premises,Ramkrishna ground and Simultala ground respectively.In football the wining team was the home team FIEM with UKFC being the runners up.To present the award they had Mr.Compton Dutta as their guest who is the ex-captain of the Mohanbagan team and Indian football team captain.

The cultural events that were organized were Beat the Street which had three categories All styles where the winner was 3D lock and Montah as the runners up,then they had Popping where the winner was Debangan with Siddhart as the runners up and in the breaking category the winner’s title was bagged by True1 while the runners up title went to Tech one.They had also organized Boogie Down which was the group dance competition where the winning group was Inferno and the runners up had two leads one being the home team and other being FIT.In Two minutes to fame the winner was Reese Dasgupta whereas the runners up spot was shared by Debjit and Debayan.Dhruva Sarkar was the judge for that evening for Boogie Down and Two minutes to fame.Then they had a fashion show named Masquerade whose judge was Sushmita Pal.The winner was the group with theme Seven Sins and the team which followed the line was the team with the theme Murder in a Ballroom Party.



Last but not least they had a competition named The Big Band Theory which was judged by Ashes in flames who was also the guest performer for the previous evening.In this the first prize was bagged by Orphic Cosmogony with Behest following the line.These three days of celebration finally came to an end with the whole audience on their feet grooving to the beats of the guest performers.  


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