Apeejay Dwarka Campus organized SYNERGY 2016

Apeejay School of Management and Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication jointly organized Annual inter-college Management and Cultural festival ‘Synergy 2016’ on 22nd and 23rd October 2016.

This fest is an everlasting endeavor to inculcate world-class competencies providing a platform to students for exploring and showcasing their talents. The fest was open for all colleges in various categories. Prof. (Dr.) Alok Saklani, Director of Apeejay School of Management along with Prof Kamal Kishore inaugurated Synergy 2016.

The key attractions of the function were various sports like Tug of war, Shot Put, Slow biking and 3 leg race, to name a few. These were followed by various management games like Ad-mad Show, Story Telling and Lan- Gaming etc. Cultural and talent rounds included events like Battle of Bands, Dancing and Singing, Street Play, Treasure Hunt, Rangoli, Pot Painting, Fashion Show, and Mr and Ms. Synergy Contest.

Ms. Pawni Mehrotra (AIMC) and Mr. Saurabh Giri (ASM) from bagged the titles of Mr. and Ms., Synergy 2016-17 and Ms. Tiasha Bhowal of AIMC and Mr. Jatin Sharma, ASM were adjudged Ms. and Mr. Personality respectively and Ms Aashima Jaswal was adjudged Ms Talented.. Titles of Ms. and Mr. Synergy 2016, talented and Personality were awarded by K. G. Suresh , Director General, Indian Institute of Mass Communication and Mrs and Mr. Ish Madaan, Director, Coleman, Guests of honor for the second day. On the first day, Mr. Ashutosh Bagai, Territory Manager, Hero MotoCorp Ltd, the guest of honor of the day, distributed prizes. Speaking on this occasion he congratulated all the winners and motivated the students to pursue their interests

This cultural extravaganza portrayed a cultural blend, as students from many institutes showcased their talents along with the Apeejay students.

This highly charged and fun-filled festival provided students a platform to express their opinions, interact with other young minds and exchange ideas through a series of thought provoking and stimulating activities.

Prof Saklani, summing up the experience of the cultural extravaganza, said, “It was great to see our students in various colors – immersed in celebrations, through singing, dancing, showcasing creativity, sports etc. And to top it all, when they let their hair down during the JAM Session, it was a sight to see.”

Like every year students worked enthusiastically for the fest and thereby learned the art of time management, planning and teamwork. This also stimulated confidence and leadership skills among students. The event was well supported and represented by both academia and industry.