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Abhilakshya 2013

The enthusiasm in the auditorium said it all as the MBA batch 2013-15 gave a scintillating performance at Abhilakshya 2013 – Kindle the creative spark. Every year, the Cultural Committee at Institute of Management, Nirma University organizes a Talent Night where the first year MBA students showcase their talents in various performing arts.IMG_5717

True to tradition, the function started with a prayer. Thereafter, the audience was treated to one mesmerizing performance after another. The auditorium exploded with cheers, shouts with group dances from Fiesta- The Music and Dance Club, students of MBA (Family Business) and fantastic individual dance performances. Chehre- The Dramatics Club staged a modern interpretation of Sholay. Music seemed to fill the air with performance of classical, Bollywood and English songs. There were two separate fashion shows – one themed on Angels and Demons while the other showcased the various facets of the present youth. But, if there was one item that took the cake, it was the poetry recitation which had the entire audience in splits followed by a standing ovation to the master poet. The poem talked about the rejection of a boy by a girl but in the terms of Human Resources, Economics, Finance and Accounting.IMG_5749

But, the main highlight of the event was the fashion show by kids of construction workers trained by SARAL Foundation, the in-house NGO of Nirma University. The event was sponsored by Ink Addict, Sun Glow Saloon (Bopal), IRISA Wellness Spa, Bloomzbury Café and US Pizza.

 (Content Courtesy: Media Committee, IMNU)

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