This dance society is to boost up the morale of students and to highlight the talent of dance and creativity. It provides opportunities to dance lovers to prove their talent and it is a good platform for them to have their artistic exploration. This society plays an important role in maintaining the positive environment in the university. By this society, students get opportunities to represent AIMT in various reputed organizations.

Teacher Coordinators

  1. Mrs Vandana Pathak Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering dept.
  2. Ms Divya, Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering dept.

Student Coordinators

  1. Anjali Gautam           B.TechCSE 8th Sem.
  2. Mayank Kumar            B.Tech CSE 8th Sem.

Activities Promoted

CLASSICAL DANCE: Classical dance forms use basically the ‘mudras’ or signs of hand as a common language of expression and were originally performed in the temples to entertain various Gods and Goddesses. They were also effective in carrying forward the various mythological stories from generation to generation while entertaining the audiences.With time, the classical dances evolved to include the expressions and themes from social life and experience.

SEMI CLASSICAL: -Semi-classical dance is a genre that combines elements of classical dance forms with folk or contemporary influences. It is a fusion style that blends the traditional aesthetics, technique, and vocabulary of classical dance with the expressive freedom and creativity of other dance forms.

FOLK DANCE:  Folk dances are dances developed by groups of people that reflect the traditional life of the people of a certain country or region. Folk dance forms are practiced in groups in rural areas as an expression of their daily work and rituals. They are performed on religious, seasonal festivals or entertainment.

WESTERN DANCE:Dance, along with music, has always dynamically expressed the spirit and personality of every culture. Modern western dance is part of this global language and its roots run wide and deep.

BEST DANCER: –Participants have to perform on three songs, first song is choosen by participant and after that the others two songs will be given on the spot to showcase their talent.

DANCE COMPETITION: –Dance competitions are events where dancers or dance groups showcase their skills and compete against one another. These competitions provide a platform for dancers to demonstrate their technique, creativity, and artistry while receiving feedback from judges and gaining exposure. Here’s some information about dance competitions: 

CATEGORIES & STYLES: Dance competitions usually offer various categories and styles, catering to different dance genres and age groups. Common categories include solo, duet/trio,classical,Semi classical styles.

Registration and Auditions: Competitors typically need to register for the competition in advance. Some competitions require auditions to select participants, particularly for larger events or prestigious competitions. Auditions help ensure the quality of performances and manage the number of participants. 

Judging Criteria: Competitions employ a panel of qualified judges who assess performances based on specific criteria. These criteria may include technique, execution, synchronization, musicality, choreography, stage presence, creativity, and overall performance quality. Judges provide scores, critiques, and feedback to guide dancers’ improvement. 

Rounds and Eliminations: Depending on the competition format, there may be multiple rounds and elimination stages. In preliminary rounds, dancers or groups perform their routines, and the judges select the top-scoring acts to proceed to subsequent rounds. Semi-finals and finals showcase the highest-scoring performers, culminating in the announcement of winners. 

Awards and Prizes: Dance competitions typically offer awards and prizes to recognize outstanding performers. These can include trophies, medals, certificates,cash prizes. 

Performance Opportunities: Competitions provide a platform for dancers to perform in front of a live audience, including fellow competitors, family, friends, and dance enthusiasts. This exposure can lead to networking opportunities, potential collaborations, and increased visibility within the dance community. 

Growth and Learning: Participating in dance competitions offers a valuable learning experience. Feedback from judges provides insights into areas for improvement, helping dancers refine their technique, artistry, and performance quality. Competitions challenge dancers to push their boundaries, develop resilience, and grow both as individuals and performers.

Remember, while competitions can be exciting and rewarding, it’s important to maintain a healthy perspective. Focus on personal growth, artistic expression, and the joy of dancing, rather than solely seeking validation through winning. Participating in dance competitions should be seen as a means to challenge yourself, gain valuable experience, and celebrate the art of dance.