An exciting vista of talents

Testing skills
Last Updated : 27 September 2010, 13:09 IST
Last Updated : 27 September 2010, 13:09 IST

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The four-day management and cultural extravaganza was held on the college premises. Aiming to open a new horizon for the students in management field, the fest was a big crowd-puller.

Students from city colleges like Dayanand Sagar Institutions, Christ University, St Joseph’s, SRN Adarsh College, CMS, MSR Group of Institutions, City College and Surana College participated along with the students from outside colleges like SDM Mangalore, SDM Mysore, KLE Belgaum and SVS College from Goa.

The participants applied their theoretical knowledge and multi-dimensional skills in managerial events like HR, marketing, finance, advertising, stock and best manager. Ten students took part in best manager event which was conducted in 24 rounds.

 The Oracle, which was an HR event, consisted of eight rounds and tested the participants’ stress level and their capability to handle pressure. They were assigned to make overnight reports and present it on the next day.

 "Treasure Hunt round was an ultimate fun and we conducted it at Gopalan Arcade. It went on till 8.30 in the night," said Vidya, a volunteer.

The marketing event witnessed 13 participants but only five contestants made their way to the final.

The tasks were designed in such a way that they had to come out with creative and innovative ideas.

 In one of the rounds, the participants were assigned to prepare a dish and sell it to the judges. Rapture, the cultural extravaganza, on the third day was a big hit among the crowd.

Rapture offered a variety of cultural activities in form of rock show, dance performances, music, fashion show, mad-ads and many more.

The winning teams of the rock band competition gave scintillating performances.
'PES Pistols', the mad-ads team of the college succeeded in entertaining the gathering with their creative ideas.

The dance performances were a treat for the eyes. Each team performed its best with innovative steps and great energy.  The event was held for more than six hours for the jam-packed audience.

Sandalwood actors Upendra and Priyanka Upendra graced the event and appreciated the students for their efforts.

‘‘Ellargu Namaskara. I am really jealous of you. All of you are full of energy and after witnessing your dance performances, I am ashamed of myself. I don't know what to speak. I will entertain you with my film dialogues," said an elated Upendra.  Later, he delivered some of his popular dialogues and the crowd went crazy and appreciated him with a big round of applause.

Upendra also shook his leg on his popular dance number Maari Kannu Hori Myage. 

Published 27 September 2010, 13:08 IST

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