As vibrant as Bhopal, RISE – Annual Fest organized by highly energetic students to showcase their talents is formally marked as complete for the year. Undoubtedly, the most effective way of bringing the best out of youth, encourage their creativity, enhance social interaction and facilitate exchange of ideas and thoughts.
Over 1000 students from 30 prominent management Institution across the state participated & showcased their talents & managerial skills through dance, music, literary work, sports and various categories of events
Participate. Rise. Shine.
It is these three words that explains RISE, a 2-day creative-cultural extravaganza, held this year and the years to come.
RISE 2015 included sports, cultural and literary events as the three core events categories. Each category was further divided into 22 sub-categories. Events highlights included photography contest, quiz, dance, singing, saaz, presentation contest etc. to name a few. Creativity contests like rangoli and face painting along with group events like: Tug of war, Hum-Tum, step-up were some other events that calls for special reference.
In his inaugural speech, Dr. Tiwari, Vice Chancellor, Barkatullah emphasized on quality of education and holistic development of students. He appreciated IPER’s efforts towards maintaining academic excellence and its academic focus in research and development.
Speaking on the occasion, Shri. R.K.Sadhwani, Secretary – Chaitanya Shiksha Samiti , parent body of IPER, explained importance of time management and advised exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities.
Dr. Amarjeet Singh Khalsa, Group Director, IPER , speaking on the occasion, stressed on the academic learning and the importance of 3Ts i.e Task, Team, Talent in professional life.
Entertainment was the core of this fest but also blended with adaptive learning. On one hand, SURR allowed singing talents to enthrall the audience. And on the other MINUTE MOVE was more of a learning based event that tested contestants concentration & ability to take logical steps.
Quiz competitions often encourage young minds to the pursuit of trivial knowledge. Rise & Shine was such a event where contestants had to demonstrate their trivial knowledge. AISA DESH HAI MERA was story telling highlighting our glorious country with fact files, heritage & specialty. This event themed ‘Incredible India’ had contestants showcasing their creativity and presentation skills.
Moving on, MERI SOCH allowed undergraduates with tremendous gift of speech to display their well-formulated thought, understanding of language, strength of voice, and confidence of idea.
Sport events remained one of the most popular events for contestants who have a flair for sports like Table Tennis. The three-legged race was another sports event that inculcated the importance cooperation between partners and the speed.
Short documentary contest called “IPER Film Festival” along with Ad-O-Maniz (the ad mad Show), Pradarshan (skit competition), Rangoli / Face painting , singing and dance were the most enjoyed moments.
“We are delighted to honor all the students who participated in the event,” said Dr. Upasna Sharma, Head IPERUG . “From beginning to end, students were engaged in every aspect of the event right from concepts to hoisting. This event was more of an interactive learning that remains the hallmark of IPER Business School’s pedagogy.”
Shared below are some glimpses from the event –
RISE 2015 Winners:
Day 1:Excellence college & Sant Hirdaram College excelled in the events Aisa Desh He Mera, Minute to win , Spell be(A.B.C.D), I say, Ping Pong, Striker, & Chess
Day 2: Students from IEHE (Excellence college) , Nutan College,BSSS College, Sant Hirdaram Girls College, Chitransh College & Anand Vihar Girls are the few colleges to name who displayed exhilarating performance in the events like solo and group dance, photography competition, rangoli, face competition, singing competition,, instrumental competition(SAAZ) and skit competition were organised .
IPER thanks all the students who participated in these events, and wishes them the very best for all their future endeavors.
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