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Jamshedpur, April 14: On the third day of the Provenance 4.0 Techno Cultural Fest held at the local RVS College of Engineering and Technology, various artistic talents of many students were showcased. Observing these abilities underscores that our city harbors no shortage of talent. On the last day of this three-day techno-cultural fest, students from various colleges such as Jamshedpur Women’s University, Manipal Tata Medical Corps, Arka Jain University, BA College of Engineering and Technology, Maryland Institute of Technology, etc., participated. The events held so far and their winners are as follows: Neelam Murmu in Khana Khazana, Shiksha Sinha, Rani Kumari, Prerna Kumari in Bridge The Gap, Kumari Khushi Singh, Rashmi Kumari, Madhu Shri, Sakshi Kumari, and the Kamal team emerged victorious in the boys’ street cricket match by defeating the Pyrites team. College President Mr. Binda Singh honored all the winners by awarding them cash prizes and citations. The main highlight of the third day was Jyotika Tangri’s program. She was warmly welcomed upon arrival at the college campus. Jyotika Tangri received a bouquet of flowers and a memento from Mr. Binda Singh, President of RVS Educational Trust, along with Secretary Shri Bharat Singh, Treasurer Shri Shatrughan Singh, Executive Member Shri Shakti Singh, and College Principal Dr. Rajesh Kumar Tiwari present on the stage. Jyotika Tangri praised the campus as a beautiful place before commencing her song series, including hits like “Pallo Latke Re Mhari,” “Main Nashe Mein,” and “Mujh Mein Nasha Hai,” which the students thoroughly enjoyed. The program continued until the time of writing this news.