Campus Connect is a reality series which came on the channel Suvarna Plus. The show is a Kannada language one which came on every weekend from Saturday to Sunday. The program got based on the youth of Karnataka, wherein the host visits different colleges throughout the state. The team then interacts with the students of the college through various questions and by organizing fun games. These get aimed at connecting with the youth within their campus environments and giving the viewers a look into how a typical day works out for them. This helps in engaging the younger generation of TV audiences. In addition, we also get to find out more details regarding the college, its environment and about its qualities. This aids the current aspirants to understand more about these colleges which they are applying to and what to expect there.
Owing to the focus on the youth, the series has a very jovial air about it involving fun games to engage and have an all-around good time. The students within the college also get to represent their alma mater and tell everyone what sets them apart from the rest. The show covers the academic and extra-curricular opportunities which are available on the premises and lead to a more holistic development of those who choose to enroll, providing a lot more information than what would typically be available. Suvarna TV features amongst one the leading Kannada language entertainment channels to be on the air. It got owned and operated by the Star India Network. It features round the clock entertainment programming suited to the tastes of a variety of audience members.
The shows range across a variety of different genres including the likes of fiction, reality shows, and comedy as well. It also broadcasts some of the latest hit movies from the Kannada film industry featuring the top stars. Moreover, they also telecast coverage of a variety of events occurring in Karnataka. Some of the major serials which have propelled the channel to the forefront of the Kannada television space include names like Aragini, Amrutavarshini, Avanu Mthe Shravani, Milana, and a lot more. Amidst non-fiction and reality television based programming, it got known to broadcast series like Bigg Boss Kannada, Kannada Kotyadhipathi (which is the Kannada language version of the hit quiz show KBC), Halli Hayda Pyaate Banda, Pyaate Mandi Kadige Bandru,
Suvarna Super Jodi, and Katheyalla Jeevana amidst others.