Pune: “School and College level competitions bring outs the real artists inside us. Such competition has helped me to building an artist inside me. That is why every student must use this stage to nurture their artistic values. If we practice by recognizing our capability and spending maximum time for Riyaaz and practice, then one can get success in the field of Cultural Music,” said actress Nupur Daithankar to the students of MIT WPU’s students.Sangeet Bharati and Nritya Bharati State-level inter college classical and semi-classical singing, dancing competition was organized by Dr Vishwanath Karad MIT World Peace University’s Faculty of Management (UG). On the occasion of prize distribution ceremony of this competition, Pro Vice-Chancellor Dr. R. M. Chitnis, Mazhar Shaikh of Prasanna Holidays, Sachin Rajopadhyay, Bhakti Surve, Kalyani Belsare from organizing committee of the competition, Lalit Aafale, Prof Diksha Bedekar, Prof Shalaka Ghodke and others were present.34 students for Sangeet Bharti competition and 37 students for the Nritya Bharti competition had participated from all over the state.In the classical category, Saurabh Pandhre bagged the first prize, Sheetal Gadre and Meeta Dandekar bagged the second and third prize respectively. In the semi-classical category, Sheetal Gadre bagged the first prize, Meeta Dandekar and Sharia Shinde got second and third prize respectively.In Nrutya Bharti competition, Gauri Barate won the first prize, while Shreya Shinde and Isha Kulkarni secured second and third position respectively. The cash prize Rs 5000, 3000 and 1500 along with a certificate.