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Ojas

OJAS is the annual techno-cultural-sports festival of Bhilai Institute of Technology – Durg. It is an event usually held in month of feb/march every year. The 2014 edition of OJAS witnessed a footfall of more than 10000 students from more than 30 colleges from across the state. Started in 2011 by a group of enthusiastic BITians, OJAS,now in its 5th edition, has become one of its kind of fest with the blend of technical, cultural and sports.Over the years, OJAS has also attracted considerable media attention and numerous well-known sponsors.

OJAS
Type Student Run, non-Profit Organization
Genre Cultural,Technical,sports
Founded 2011
Place DURG, India
Institute Bhilai Institute of Technology – Durg
Prize money 250000+
Website www.bitdurg.org

History

In 2011, a group of enthusiastic students came up with the idea of organizing a college fest which could provide the platform to students from all the stream and all the field.

Events

Ojas is the only fest of the state which has the perfect blend of technical, cultural and sports event.

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Technical

Sports

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Media and Publicity

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