- Jan. 16, 2014
-- What are MBA programs without college fests? Yes! College fests are an integral part of every student’s life. Some of you might think that college fests are all about fun and frolic. But, the journey at business schools is about a lot more than mere fun and frolic. After all, you have a serious academic pursuit at hand when you decide to learn the nuances of business management especially if you are in to top IT B schools like SCIT. However, being a pioneer of IT education does not dissuade you from hosting college fests, does it? Life and times of participants of the MBA programs at Symbiosis Institutes is about a balance of academics and co curricular initiatives which also includes technical and managerial fests. Managerial fests by IT B Schools like SCIT are an excellent platform for students to showcase their expertise and talent in a relatively fun filled environment. In fact, such fests bring the big names of the industry to the SCIT campus making it a perfect platform for the exchange of knowledge, ideas and insights.
The two years that students spend at SCIT are a journey of transformation. Yes! The students are taught and the managerial expertise is inculcated. The result is a well trained lot of professionals ready to take on the challenges of managerial profile in the IT sector. But, the two years are also one of the most memorable phases of a student’s life. Everything from the struggle to meet deadlines, finishing assignments to celebrating occasions as a team is indeed a special memory. The year that has gone by has seen SCIT achieve new heights in terms of recognition of its students across national and international platforms. But, these are not the only reasons to ring the celebrations bell at SCIT. Yes! The institution is all geared up to host Graffiti-its annual managerial tech fest.
The two day festival happening in the first week of February ( 1st
Feb) will see several events that test the skill and expertise of students aspiring to make it big in the IT sector. Participants of the event will also include students from other B schools like the IIM’s, XLRI’s, etc who will come to test their mettle against the challenges put up in Graffiti. There are several interesting competitions lined up as part of the event to test the business management skills of the participants. In fact, there are also cultural events planned in the final phases for the entertainment of the participants.
Previous editions of Graffiti have been equally successful in terms of raising the reputation of SCIT as one of the best IT B schools in the country. Such fests give students a chance to enhance their learning and also de-stress themselves in a fun filled environment. After all, the best way to do good business and great management is to make your work fun so that you enjoy doing it.