Imperium, MDI’s annual-inter B-school management and cultural fest which was inaugurated on Friday concluded on October 28th, 2012, Sunday. 72 hours of nonstop fun and academics come to a close after a rollercoaster ride of events, games and entertainment.
Every year, MDI Imperium brings excitement and thrill to the campus. Solely organized by the students of the institute, the annual flagship festival with cartload of activities and games provides the perfect opportunity to form networks, test managerial skills and put their knowledge to practice. More than that, the stimulating event garners the attention of talent from all over the nation and brings them together to celebrate everything from academics to management to music and arts.
Imperium 2012 was bigger and better due to improvements over last year as well as introduction of more invigorating events. Using social media as comrade, Imperium created a buzz in the academic circle and received an overwhelming response.
The fest was not all work and no play. Keeping in mind the stress and pressure that students go through these days, the organizing committee initiated many fun-filled and exciting programs to help them unwind and loosen up. It was a perfect blend of management activities like case studies, simulation games and presentations and cultural activities like fashion parade, war of bands, comedy night and music performances.
Making sure that students get their fair share of fun and entertainment, Imperium organizing committee devoted a lot of time to music, comedy and entertainment. To bring freshness and leisure to the campus, Amit Tandon and his troupe gave participants a time to chill out and relax. Well directed humor ranging from management college life to Delhi Traffic left the participants in peals of laughter.
Focusing on the fun element some more, the organizing committee also made arrangements to support Paintball and Zorbing which was another gem on the MDI campus. Moreover, a Fashion Parade was planned by the students for the fashion enthusiasts so as to bring out the fashioniastas in them.
Music was a major part of the event and it made lasting impressions on the students all three days. From DJ night on day one to War of Bands on Day two and performance by a rock band, evenings at Imperium were all about amusement and recreation. War of Bands invited music bands from different management colleges to chip in the ultimate battle. Playing their tunes genres on guitars and drums, eight rocking bands from across various institutes pulled the crowd with their energy. As amazing as each of the performance was, the judges had a tough time deciding the winner of the title. ‘The Uncertainty Principle’ from New Delhi won the hearts and appreciation of the crowd and thus, was named the champion.
The students, weary and drained out from the activities of three days, danced to the music of Fields of Shades and let themselves loose on the last day of Imperium. The metal and rock band, especially popular with youngsters, contributed to the stimulating environment and gave the smartly dressed participants a reason to get out off their ties and coats. It was yet another proof that even insightful, perceptive management students find the invigorating music amusing and even they enjoy a good performance as much as the next guy.