Wise words of inspiration

Wise words of inspiration

Scintillating Sessions

The 55th Kannada Rajyotsava was celebrated in the college on November 3. Renowned drama artiste Master Hirannayya was the chief guest of the function. Bhargav, Principal, Sri Adi Chunchanagiri College of Business Management also took part in this event. Master Hirannayya, in his lively speech, said that the unique speciality of Karnataka was that Kannadigas don’t show racial discrimination of any sort.

He also elaborated on the deep-rooted meaning of Jaya Bharatha Jananiya Thanujaathe written by Rashtrakavi Kuvempu. He opined that young Indians must learn more about their culture and history. He concluded the function by reciting Nudidhare Mutthina Haaradhanthirabeku, a poem by Basavanna.

Yogananda, a lecturer from the biotechnology department, even performed a mythological monoact. “It was a great pleasure for me to take part in this event,” he said.  Siddarth, a MSc biotechnology student said, “The cultural programmes were good to watch and the speech given by Master Hirannayya was very true considering what today’s world is facing. I really enjoyed every bit of the programme.”

The college followed up the grand Rajyotsava celebrations with a two-day fest management fest on November 4 and 5. Called Shatranj, this was a fest meant exclusively for the MBA students of different colleges. The fest was inaugurated by S Gopalan, director-staff selection committee; Government of India who talked at length on the various employment opportunities available in the central and state governments.

Over 50 colleges from the City took part in this prestigious fest which had an array of events like HR, Finance, Team Event, Business Quiz, Best Manager and Marketing.

The Team Event was an interesting one in which teams of four took part in various rounds and showcased their team spirit and leadership qualities. They had to prepare an overnight presentation and take part in outdoor activities among others. Another attraction of the fest was the Best Manager event which had a lot of crowd.

Said Mohammad Shatab, a student of final year MBA (HR and Marketing) and one of the organisers of the fest, “The Best Manager event was the major attraction of this fest and even the HR event, in which the participants were grilled, was a lot of fun. We had worked on this fest for over one-and-a-half months and it was one of the best experiences I have ever had.”

Christ University Institute of Management won the trophy of the overall winners with a cash prize of Rs 10,000 while Sri Bhagwan Mahaveer Jain College bagged the second spot with a cash prize of Rs 5,000.

Is there any event or festival happening in your college? Do let us know in advance by writing in brief about the nature of the event, date and time. You can also send the post event release and pictures.  Write to metrolife@deccanherald.co.in