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NIT-C set to host Ragam

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KOZHIKODE: The National Institute of Technology, Calicut, (NIT-C), is getting ready for another edition of Ragam, an annual inter-college cultural festival that has been attracting widespread participation from across the country.

The festival is scheduled to be held from March 24 to 27. This year’s festival, christened Ragam ’10, plays on the theme of ‘hue’manity, linking the campaign against climate change with the colours of youthful hope and determination.

“The students of NIT-C have decided to take their fight against global warming to the streets,” an organiser of the event said on Saturday, while announcing that Ragam ’10 would be launched with two rallies. The first was an impressive show on Saturday and the second one would be held on Sunday.

The rally on Saturday was kicked off around 4 p.m. from the Mananchira Square, with the beach as the final destination.

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