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Bengaluru students rejoice with 2nd edition of ‘Indigo on Campus’

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Bengaluru students rejoice with 2nd edition of ‘Indigo on Campus’

Indigo 91.9 FM, the radio station for a fun young Bengaluru hosted the second edition of Indigo On Campus presented by Accenture India. The four-day activity held between Oct 4th to Oct 7th saw students from across various engineering colleges in the city participate in the second edition and partake in activities including pop quizzes, scavenger hunts and talent shows both on air and on ground.

The mobile studio exclusively assembled for the campaign brought all the live action from some of the top engineering colleges like BIT, BMSCE, REVA, CMRIT and more. Exploring the innovative talents of students and adding to all the fun initiatives this year, Accenture India presented the Accenture Innovation Challenge. Students were given an opportunity to present an innovative idea that would change the world; the best idea would be selected and rewarded with cash prizes by Accenture India.

Sugreev, a student from one of the colleges, remarked, “This is so much fun. We got to spend so much of time with our favourite RJs, a much needed break from all the serious studies we do. We are all very excited about the #AccentureInnovationChallenge, it such a cool initiative. Thanks to Indigo 91.9 for making this happen and hope they could visit our campuses more often.”

Indigo On Campus is a way to interact with the city's youth and broadcast LIVE from the city’s best campuses on a mobile studio. Listeners were treated to a burst of fresh talent on-air as students from various schools and colleges took over the airwaves with music, beatboxing and more. Campuses were ecstatic to have the Indigo On Campus crew as the concept broke away from regular programming.

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