Exploring the inner talent

Commerce Fest

The event not only explored the talents of the students in the field of business or marketing but also tapped into their creative talents.

The two-day commerce fest was inaugurated by Indira Sharma, Vice President, Marketing, Brigade Ltd. She gave a motivational speech on marketing oneself. She also spoke about shift in the trend from 'customer satisfaction' to 'customer delight'.

Archana Surana, Management Trustee, wished the students a great success. A S Chandramouli, Degree Principal,Surana College, congratulated the students on the concept of the events and the theme ‘Explore’. He even added, “through explore you all have to explode  your talents.” Chandrashekarappa, PUC Principal, gave a thought provoking speech which highlighted the importance of bridging the gap between education and profession. Mini K. Abraham, HOD, Commerce, touched upon the previous fests conducted by the B Com students and the upcoming fests for the year.

The fest mainly was conducted by the Degree students for the PUC. The main aim of this was to introduce traces of higher education in advance for students to get preparedness.

It also encouraged the students to get over stage fear, bring out hidden talents and co-ordinate with each other.

“The purpose of the fest was not just competing and winning but also to mingle with others and come out of their peer groups,” said Mini.

All the events were largely under two categories – business events and cultural events. Under the first category, students enjoyed themselves in events like the ‘Business Quiz’, ‘Model Making’, ‘Product Launch’, ‘Ad World’, ‘Crisis Management’ and ‘News Printo’. It was the ‘Role Play’ event that was the most interesting. Participants were given a situation that had occurred during ‘Bhopal Gas Tragedy’. Each of them played different roles in solving the crisis and shared their views on the event. And there was an interactive question and answer session between the judges and the participants. 
Each event had a lot of students participating in it with lot of interest and enthusiasm.
The fest ended with the cultural events which ranged from solo and group singing, group dance to a colourful and stylish fashion show. Anoop Porwal, a second year B.Com student said, “It was a thrilling and enlightening experience which would always be cherished by all of us.”

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