'Parnassus 2003'

SOPHISTICATION HAS been incorporated into inter-college and inter-school competitions in the city in a pretty large measure.

Enormous importance is being given to costumes these days. Just forget about the expenditure.

It would suffice to think of the time and energy spent by the students to prepare themselves for the events. The students, even while sporting a confident countenance, go by the rule of the thumb that `practice maketh a man perfect'.

This, in fact, speaks of the untiring efforts by the students to present the creative best in them during the `Parnassus 2003', an inter-collegiate literary competition held by the Sourashtra College and the `As You Like It' contest, held as part of the `Commas - 2003', organised by the Commerce Department of the American College, last week.

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