A breather from hectic schedule

A breather from hectic schedule

Convergence’, a fest organised by the MBA department of Sambhram School of Management, had the students taking part in a host of events.

Cultural events like mono acting, painting, photography, singing, pick and speak, festivals of India, sculpture your way, cooking without fire, paper craft and dance and technical events like finance, HR, entrepreneurship development and marketing were held as part of the fest. 

It was a refreshing break for the students as they could forget about their academics and enjoy themselves. 

While some had organised the event, others enjoyed themselves by taking part in them. The students were seen having fun with their friends and classmates at the event. 

Priya, one of the students, said that organising the event and taking part in it was a lot of fun and gave them a chance to unwind. 

“It was a break from our regular routine. We got some time to relax with our friends. All the activities were fun-filled and each one of us had a great time. More than anything, we got the opportunity to showcase our skills in front of everyone. Budding singers participated in the singing competition while those who could cook made lip-smacking dishes,” she said.

The ‘star performer of the year award’ was bagged by Astha Joshi of third semester MBA. The students learnt a great deal from the fest and one of the most popular events was cooking without fire. Students as well as faculty went around to see the beautifully garnished appetisers on display.

Shivind, a student, informed that they look forward to fests as they give them a breather from their hectic schedule. 

“There is so much to do throughout the year that we hardly have time for any cultural activities. These fests give us a much-needed break and help us explore our hidden talent as well. They help many of us come out of our shells and get to know the others. They also encourage us to take responsibility and face challenges,” he says.

Students noted that though organising the fest was very challenging, it was very rewarding and they got to learn a lot from it.

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