Event On : 04 Mar 2016
College fests are a great platform to hone one’s latent skills. From building team spirit to enhancing one’s presentation skills, working under strict deadlines to taking on responsibilities, pupils are exposed to a different type of learning while they attend fests. Organizing and executing a college fest requires tremendous effort and that reflects in the excitement levels of students. Not only do such occasions spark things up in the college schedule, but there are perks and bonuses too. In fact, the way a fest is organized speaks volumes about how an institute likes to present itself before the outside world.
Opening Video : https://youtu.be/7HAIsWg83IQ
Closing Video : https://www.facebook.com/Managedia/videos/1027527123967272/
Participants at Managedia : https://www.facebook.com/Managedia/videos/1028901643829820/
Guests at Managedia : https://www.facebook.com/Managedia/videos/1026549287398389/
The Institute of Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Development (iLEAD) held its annual fest, Managedia 2016 last week in its campus on the 4th and 5th of March. In its third year, the event not only lived up to the hype but this time it was phenomenal. A brilliant trailer had already set the countdown for the show, which was followed by a plethora of nail biting rounds for this year’s theme ‘Battle of the Think Tanks’. With an emphasis on innovation, ‘Managedia 2016’, iLEAD’s Management and Media fest garnered rave reviews from many. This year, the Guest of Honour was Kolkata’s most popular Radio Jockey (91.9 Friends FM), Mr. Jimmy Tangree who said, “I am very happy that the keyword called innovation is used, because in our business everything is innovation.” He was accompanied by the Chief Guest, Mr. Shibaji Sen, Head of all the Kolkata editions of The Times of India. Together with Mr. Pradip Chopra, the Chairperson of iLEAD, they lit the inaugural lamp and thus began the competition.