BMIT Fiesta 2009
BMIT FIESTA is an yearly ritual held at BMIT. It is one of the most anxiously awaited function wherein the students wait yearlong to showcase their talents in this highly charged, publicized and glittering function. The students of BMIT and other technical colleges of Rajasthan look forward to this event. This two day long carnival is full of joy, fun, excitement and above all a feeling of ‘Lets do it’, A feeling of doing and getting into something different, something extra-ordinary, something beyond excellence.
This year, the event was held on 22nd February & 25th February and was made memorable by the presence of towering personalities like Hon'ble Minister of Industries, Government of Rajsthan, Dr. Digambar Singh. Eminent personalities like Hon’ble Shri Surendra Goyal - Minister for Urban Development and Housing & Local Self Government, Government of Rajasthan, Shri Prem Singh Choudhary, President & Patron, Grameen Vidyapeeth, Didwana.
BMIT FIESTA provides an ideal environment to the budding technocrats to show case their skills, their talent of make extra-ordinary out of something ordinary. The electrifying environment of the festival help students identify their hidden potentials and capabilities and at the same time teaches them some of the most important lessons of their life - working in team and achieving with team, respecting the capabilities of their peers, fighting and winning in the most healthy and fair way in a competition and above all accepting and learning from achievements and follies of their own and others.
The two day fun-packed event comprised of the technical inter-college events 'POSTER DESIGNING', 'AD MAKING' on the first day, wherein the students displayed their CREATIVE skills & their thinking abilities. Other events of the day includes ' COMMUNION' - inter college Group discussion event , QUIZzing - inter college technical quiz competition, Watch Word - an interesting JAM competition, Creative Writing and Solving Riddles/Puzzles competitions, Dance competition, Singing – Western & Indian & Instrumental. The other day displayed that the technocrats are good not only when it comes to showing off their technical skills but also are the best when it comes to enjoyment - dance and party. This amazing side of the technocrats was best displayed at the cultural program ' ABHIVANDANA'.
For the event of 'POSTER WRITING', Ms. Rachna Gupta., Door Darshan Jaipur was the chief judge. Topics like the next millennium were approached. Rahul Makkar of BMIT stood 1st while the second position was achieved by Nazeem Ansari again from BMIT, Jaipur.
The very interesting and innovative products for 'AD MAKING ' included ‘Laptop’ 'Generators' , & ‘Visiting cards’. The chief judge for the event was Mr. D.P.Singh, HR Head, Genus. The event was hugely popular and attracted technocrats from various colleges. The team from FMS, IIRM Jaipur stood first and was represented by Prateek Arora & Anurag Saini while the second prize was won by BMIT team comprising of Anshul Varshney and Ronak Nanavati.
In the event QUIZzing, , the team from MNIT comprising of Anshul Agarwal & Sohit Sharma stood first while the team of Sambhav Jain and Nikhil Nivatia of Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering College were the runner up for the event.
Communion - the ultimate GD competition was hugely applauded and eagerly participated by the contestants. A total of 23 inter college team participated, the chief arbitrator for the event was Mr. Sanjeev Pareek, Senior Manager HR, Mico Bosch. The topic for the group discussion was Jittering Share market & the worries of Investors. Mr. Ajay Chaturvedi of BMIT secured the top position while Rajat Gupta of Maharishi Arvind Institute stood second in the event.
The anxiously awaited dance and singing competition were attended by huge crowds and participated by competitors from far off colleges in an extremely well fought manner. The judges for the event included eminent personality Prof. Maya Rani Tak – Head of Fine Arts Department, University of Rajasthan and Mr Shivdarshan Dubey – Professor Fine Arts Department.
The winners of the group dance were the team from Jaipuria Institute of Management and the runner ups were the team from BMIT called ‘Phoenix” comprising of Amit Joshi, Nikita Sorankhiya, Shekhar Mehta, Anurag Saxena etc. The group singing competition was won by the team from Global Institute of Technology and the second prize was won by Manoj Singh Rana and Robin Bhattacharya of BMIT.
An interesting and a new competition in then form of Watchword (JAM) was also held and the array of topics included Youth-satisfied or disgruntled, Movies-Educator or Moral Destructor, Impact of media on privacy of common man etc. Mr Naresh Motwani, Head – Kotak Securities, Rajasthan was the chief arbitrator for the event. Neha Sharma of BMIT stood first and second prized was won by Dilnawaz of GIT.
Another addition to this years events was Kreative - an inter college creative writing competition. The topic, Eternity of love, was aptly chosen to ignite the minds of the participants and live their craziest fantasies. Steve Khanna of BMIT stood first while Kunal Bhardwaj of BMIT again, won the second prize.
A befitting end to the two day long carnival was the glittering & gracious cultural eve 'ABHIVANDANA' - a perfect platform for the technocrats to showcase their hidden potential in the field way beyond academic curriculum. The highlight of the evening was the towering presence of the Hon’ble Minister of Industries, Government of Rajasthan, Dr. Digambar Singh, who through his magical words inspired the BMITians to achieve excellence in their respective fields. Other eminent personalities present on the dias during the closing ceremony were Hon’ble Shri Surendra Goyal, Minister of Urban Delelopment and Housing & Local Self Government and Mr. Prem Singh, President and Patron, Grameen Vidyapeeth, Didwana. Academicians, beurocrats and media in large number were present during the course of this function.
The vibrant evening comprised of
prize distribution by Hon'ble Dr. Digambar Singh & Hon’ble Shri
Surendra Goyal to the achievers, mesmerizing classical Indian
folk dances, melodious singing performances, laughter skits,
trendy ramp walk and as an icing to the cake a highly charged DJ
party with mind blowing music and lights.
But as they say 'All good things come to an end' so the two day long event ended with great cheers and laughter. The event left an everlasting image and memories in the hearts and minds of all those who were a part of this lively festival.