A picturesque summary of Intrams 2k18 held on 6th and 7th Oct 2k18.

Compiled by Bennet Thomas (B.E Biomedical Engineering, 2018- 2022)
Photographs by Adarsh V Srinivasan (B.E Electronics and Communication Engineering, 2016- 2020) and Manigandan (B.E Computer Science Engineering, 2017- 2021).

INTRAMS 2K18, PSG Tech’s very own intra collegeiate cultural fest held by the Students’ Union, PSG TECH every year, was as successful as the year before, if not more. The fest, mainly held to satiate the first years’ need for enjoyment, was packed with activities and competitions planned by all clubs under the Students’ Union body and were predominantly open for participation from all years.

The first day took off with an early start at 9:00 am, when all clubs began with their events planned for the day.  Some of the main highlights of the day were the ‘Special Debate by Tamil Mandram’, the ‘Mime Show by Dramatix’ and the ‘Theme show by Rotaract Club’. While the former was held in the morning, the theme and mime shows were hosted from 2:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m.

The Tamil Mandram Debating team.
The INTRAMS Special Debate by Tamil Mandram was presided over by Dr. Arumuganathan (Head of Mathematics Department) Speakers debated over the topic மகிழ்வான வாழ்க்கை ..வாழ்ந்த பழமையிலா …வளரும் புதுமையிலா.

The mime show was exclusively for students in their second year or more. Teams put forward a wide array of actors who gave outstanding performances using the power of acting to portray their message with silence as their companion.

Teams enacted their plays in the Theme Show organised by Rotaract Club. Needless to mention, the plays were intriguing and heart wrenching.

Apart from the aforementioned, there was one more event which brought the first day to the glorious end. The Tek Music show, even though held in the evening, attracted a large crowd that filled the Q-angle.

The Tek Music band put up a zesty show with peppy numbers and chartbusters. Audience let themselves loose by dancing their way to a number of songs.

Two major events namely ‘Footloose’ and ‘Lights,Camera, Action! (a short film contest)’ were held and screened by Dramatix at the Q- angle on the second day.  In addition to these, a number of activities were conducted by the clubs in the campus.

Students from both genders shook their legs to popular beats in ‘Footloose’. As many as twenty eight teams from various departments took part in this dance competition.

Participants in (a) ‘ Tug of War’ organised by the Martial Arts Club.

The stalls in front of D block were swarmed by students during both days.

Fine Arts Club displayed its artwork in an exclusive stall

The photo booth set up by E-Club was a must visit spot for the camera lovers.  

Volunteers from the Students’ Union

The students may not recall all the events they took part in, but what they will treasure, are the rewards won, the people met, and above all, the memories made.


Bennet Thomas

I’m an avid reader and an aspiring orator. I like talking about a whole range of topics under the sun and also anything which involves philosophy and no politics!


I am a passionate photographer and I love music.

Adarsh V Srinivasan

I am a budding photographer and very passionate about programming. I’m a Pantomath and I believe that any new opportunity given should be used to do something for the betterment of the society. And.. I love to talk, talk, talk and talk…

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