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    • 20 Mar 2020

    St Joseph College of Communication stands tall and proud in the MG University Youth Festival Article 14. Our student Amalu Sreerang of MA Multimedia has etched a place in the history of the MG University Youth Festival bagging the Kalathilagam for this year with four first prizes and a third. It is for the first time in the history of MG University that a student receives four first prizes. Her events include Mohiniaatam, Bharatanatyam, Keralanadanam, Naadodinirtham and a third prize in Veena vayana. SJCC is extremely honoured to have Amalu Sreerang as our student. She completed her BA in Animation and Graphic Design and came back to the our college to compete her MA in Multimedia. She is not only an avid performer but has also shown talent in the field of drawing and animation. Amalu has been practicing dance from a very young age, her Guru being Smt. Haritha Budhanoor. She made her Arangetam at the age of eight at the Budhanoor Kunnathukulangara Devi Kshethram. Later she came under the tutelage of Hripad Kalamandalam Vijayakumari. She has participated in various school level Youth Festivals and has bagged many prizes and accolades. After her twelfth standard, she joined St Joseph College of Communication for the degree course in BA Animation and Graphic Design and did well in her academics. She has participated in the MG University Youth Festival held at Ernakulam and has won first prize in Naadodinritham and fifth place in Bharatanayam. In the MG University Youth Festival 2019 held at Kottayam, she got second prize in Keralanadanam. Amalu Sreerang runs her own dance school named Kalamandir School of Dance and Music. Amalu has shown her prowess not only in performing arts but also in her field of study. She has done animation for films like Adar Love and Perekyem Vavvalum. She was also played the lead role in the short film Ragatheeram which was brought out as part of World Dance Day.

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