Wednesday, 9 November 2011

The students of International Management Institute celebrate annual fest Kritva- 2011-

New Delhi, Delhi, November 7, 2011 /India PRwire/ -- The students of International Management Institute New Delhi celebrated Kritva - a three day annual cultural and management fest at the IMI campus. Kritva is the largest B-school fest in the NCR region. Kritva was held from 2nd - 4th Nov'11. The IMI campus came alive with the event which was centralized around the theme of freedom - Come Break Free. The event was inaugurated by the chief Guest Mr. S.Y. Siddiqui, Managing Executive officer, Maruti Suzuki India Limited) and Mr. Satish K Singh(Editor, Zee News), along with Padma Shri Dr. Pritam Singh, Director General, International Management Institute.

The day one witnessed the heart-warming performance given by the children of Salam Balak Trust, an NGO working with the underprivileged children, followed by the gripping theatre performances by the various colleges such as CVS, LPSIM, MDI and many more and IMI's own theatre club "Goonj" were the corner stone of the fest. The following 2 days were a blur of color, excitement and actions as there was not a minute of calm in the campus. Teams from premium B-schools fought for their lives in the plethora of management events taking place. And why not when it was exciting cash prizes that was up for grabs. With a footfall of 1800-2000, it is one of the most heavily participated B-school events in North India.

The highlight of the fest was the enthralling performance by the famous band "Euphoria" on 3rd Nov. While the audience grooved on the "mai re". Euphoria also launched its new album ITEM on the eve of KRITVA.

Team Cultural Secretary, summarizes the importance of Kritva in a single sentence: "In the process of learning how to manage it all, one must not forget, occasionally to just let go of it all".
Kritva, meaning " to do ", in Sanskrit, came true to its meaning, the 60 hour marathon of a fest left no time for boredom. Kritva consisted of star- studded performances, a plethora of cultural events and management games. An event like Kritva is an experience in itself for both the organizers, as well as the participants.
For most budding managers, a B-school is the last fun stop before they enter the big, bad corporate world. However, the Business schools today leave students gasping for extra-curricular time. This is where B-school fests have a major role to play.
Notes to Editor
About IMI: International Management Institute (IMI) is one of India's few fully integrated Business Schools. Its mission is to develop socially sensitive, ethical, value adding leaders and organizations through relevant teaching, research, training and consulting that serve stakeholders' interests.
IMI Highlights:
  • India's first corporate sponsored Business School with sponsorship from corporate houses like RPG Enterprises, Williamson Magor, Nestle, ITC, Tata Chemicals, BOC, etc.
  • Recognized by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India.
  • Received national level accreditation from NBA (National Board of Accreditation) and international level accreditation from SAQS (South Asia Quality Systems).
  • Empanelled by the Ministry of External Affairs, GOI, for special Technical Cooperation Programme under which the Institute gets executive MBA students on a GOI scholarship from various developing countries across the world for its 15 months Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management.

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