An ensemble of events

An ensemble of events

Management fest

Ensemble — 2012’, a two-day management festival, was recently conducted at KLE Institute of Business Management.

Energetic : A group dance.

The national-level event was attended by over 300 students, who came from
22 colleges from across the state.

Over the two days of the festival, a total of five events — each comprising of a
different number of rounds — was held. The festival also included a cultural programme, which was the highlight of the occasion for most of the students.

The show was hosted by RJ Beet Raja, who was a great favourite among the students. A fashion show was held as part of this, wherein students dressed in their best and took the ramp to show off their style and attitude.

There was also a dance competition, in which different colleges took part; the popular event had the students exhibiting their dance prowess and high-energy steps to wow the audience.

Colleges like BMS College of Women, RPA College, SJRC College, and Al-Ameen College took part in these competitions.

While the dance competition was judged by two well-known Sandalwood
choreographers, namely Chetan Raj and Manjunath, the fashion show was
judged by RJ Preethi and Sandhya Ravi, who is the HOD of the fashion department of the college.

Students of Al-Ameen College snagged the prize in the fashion show, whereas the winner of the dance competition was R C College, with SJRC College coming
in a close second.

Next day, a valedictory function was held, which also included a prize distribution ceremony. The chief guest for the occasion was Shankar Bidari, the DGP, while veteran film director Dorai Bhagawan was present as the guest of honour.

Actor Diganth, who was also present, added some filmi glitz to the entire occasion.

During the valedictory function, Shankar Bidari gave the students an inspiring speech.

He briefly spoke about the traits of a good leader, pointing out that people
can’t work in isolation and strong leadership is essential in any work environment.

He signed off with the predictable advice of telling the students to be honest and hard-working.