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IMI gears-up for its cultural Fest Kritva

Our Bureau New Delhi | Updated on October 12, 2014 Published on October 12, 2014

Delhi-based International Management Institute is all geared-up for its annual management and cultural fest Kritva to be held from October 17 to October 19. Kritva celebrates the theme of ‘Redefining India’ focusing on the rebirth of the nation to bring in economic stability, cultural equality and higher standard of living.

A footfall of 3,500 to 4,000 is expected during the fest with students from top business schools, colleges and individuals showcasing their talents in various cultural and management events. Kritva has witnessed an annual participation of more than 3,000 students for the past few years now. Corporates including Google, Amazon and Makemytrip are also expected to attend the fest.

The three-day-long festival includes various events ranging from fashion shows, hard core management quiz, talent competitions, management events, nukkad natak, and parliamentary debate to IPL bidding where one can step in the shoes of IPL bidders.

A performance by an NGO on the very first day of the fest and the individual performance by Spic Macay artists will also take place during the festival.

Kritva also incorporates Sangam – Mini Marathon that will be organised on October 19. Sangam is the confluence of people who come together for a cause and is organised by the Sports Club and Social Awareness Cell of IMI.

Published on October 12, 2014
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