MYC Perhkhuang, a vocal talent search organized by Mizoram Youth Commission  comes to an end last night with each contestants giving one last show to the judges with an English song of their choice. However, the success of the show has become highly questionable in terms of public response and reactions.

10 candidates from different parts of the state- Priskil Lalhmingsangi, Lalhriatrengi, Francis Lalnunpuia, C. Lalngaihawma, Flora Saizikpuii, Daniel Lalawmpuia Ralte, Lalfakmawia Fanai, R. Lalhruaitluanga, Lalhmangaihzuali and Vesper Lalrinawma- made it to the final competition with their Mizo, Hindi and English song performances. 

The grand finale and result announcement of the top 5 winners will be held on 23 October, 2021 at Dawrpui Multipurpose Hall.

MYC Perhkhuang is an open singing competition for youths between 13- 35 yrs of age organzied by Mizoram Youth Commission under the Govt of Mizoram. 3 singers from different districts in the state were selected from the audition entries who then competed through virtual medium. 

The top 5 winners will receive prizes worth Rs. 1 lakh, a 6-month (extendable) contract and singing platform opportunities will be arranged for the artists in both the state and national level.

The show has received mixed reactions and responses from the public as many condemned the government for organizing a singing competition during the state's worst phase of the pandemic. Many are also unhappy with the fact that department toppers under Mizoram University who were promised incentive awards of Rs. 40k each from MYC  have not received even a single rupee from the government since last year. Though there have been some who expressed their strong support to the contestants, the majority of the Mizo public are indifferent towards the show and have openly criticized MYC on different social media platforms.