Fest for management students

BANGALORE: CMR Center for Business Studies recently hosted the Intercollegiate Management and Cultural Fest Concorrenza ‘12 on their college premises recently. More than 20 management institut

Published: 13th March 2012 08:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:34 PM   |  A+A-

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Students of CMR Centre for Business Studies participating in culture activities held in the city | Express photo

BANGALORE: CMR Center for Business Studies recently hosted the Intercollegiate Management and Cultural Fest Concorrenza ‘12 on their college premises recently. More than 20 management institutions from across the city took part in this management fest.

K S Narahari, director of Corporate Communications, Texas Instruments was the chief guest for the occasion. Dr KC Sabitha Ramamurthy, president of CMR Jnanadhara Trust was present at the event.

Concorrenza ‘12 witnessed events including management and cultural events like best manager competition in the field of marketing, finance and HR, treasure hunt, mad ads competition, dancing, photography and rangoli amongst others. Also as part of the festival were events that ranged from workshops, exhibitions, guest lectures from almost all spheres of science and technology. Concorreza ’12 ended with a fashion Show based on the theme, ’celebration’ which was a huge hit amongst the audience.

Dr K C Sabitha Ramamurthy, president of CMR Jnanadhara Trust said, “If you pick the right people and give them the opportunity to spread their wings, there is a great combination of talent and intellect.”

He added, “For several years CMR has attracted students and parents

because of its reputation for having guided events and a host of institutions catering to the education needs

of all students.”

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