ISBR Day 2017

ISBR Business School celebrated its Annual function on the evening of 7th September 2017 with a tremendous celebration including a series of cultural programs prepared with exceptional efforts and perfection. The cultural program was held in auditorium on the occasion of founders day of ISBR to celebrate the institute’s another meticulous year. The day was celebrated amidst great fervour, zest and enthusiasm in the college.

With the arrival of the guests of honour, other dignitaries and students in the arena, the series of wonderful events began unfolding which left the audience awestruck. The items included plays, dance dramas, musical representations, stand up comedy and dance performances.

The program started with a scintillating welcome song followed by felicitating all the staffs and faculty members for their years of dedicated service to the institute. The students of batch 2016-2018 were then awarded for their significant contribution and performance in the field of studies and many other co-curricular activities like singing, dancing, and student of the year, best media person, best sportsperson and many more which acts as an impetus for the stellar performance by the students.  The heart-warming performances included many outstanding pieces out of which one was a skit staged by the ebullient students of the institute spreading awareness about negative impact of social media on the present generation, ways to overcome it and the viral and life threatening Blue Whale game. This entailed the orchestra where the students played and sang a mash up which was followed by western and Bollywood dance performances performed by students with exuberance and unmatched zeal and rhythm. The stand-up comedy by the MBA student-Vikram Bhosale was the comedy spark of the evening.

At last the vote of thanks was proposed by the emcees and with this the program was concluded.


– Contributed by:

Ganesh Babu, Mba(2017-2019) and

Deepika Singh, PGDM (2017-2019)

Member of ISBR writer’s & Media Club

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