The Delhi-based premier management institution for international business, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade(IIFT), recently organised its annual cultural and management festival Quo Vadis 2020 with ceremonious and vigorous ambience. Participants from all top business schools in India attended the 3-day event, which saw the digital footfall of 20K+ people and on-ground footfall of 2000+ people. While the cultural events kept the college abuzz, the management events provided a meeting ground for the business schools and corporate as the case studies from the companies asked the top minds in the country to come up with their best. ‘Shastra: The flagship management event of IIFT’ tested the best students and tomorrow’s managers from the top b-schools to the fullest.
The management events ‘Samahva: National Technology-based case study challenge’, ‘Arbitrage: National Commodity Trading Challenge’ and ‘Markician: National Marketing Case Study Competition’ were held on Day 1 along with the cultural events ‘Raaga: The Solo Singing Competition’ and ‘India Hip Hop Dance Championship’. The day ended on a high with When Chai Met Toast, the newest band from the land of coconuts rocking the campus.
Day 2 started with some drama with the commencement of ‘Nukkad Natak: The Street Play Competition’ and crowd were enthralled by ‘Campus Princess 2020’ organized by Miss India Organization and ‘Ramp Burn: Inter-College Fashion Show’. The management events ‘Vridhan: National Finance Case Challenge’, ‘Eternity Call: National Consulting Case Challenge’, and ‘Cognoscentia: The Annual Quiz’ were held. ‘Comedy Cafe: Stand-up comedy competition’ in the morning and stand-up comedy events from Nishant Suri and Anubhav Singh Bassi in the evening produced laugh riot.
The third and final day of Quo Vadis 2020 saw the conclusion of Nukkad Natak and was followed by ‘Battle of Bands’ and ‘Jharokha: Photography Competition’. The management events ‘Inphiniti: National Pharma Case Challenge’ and ‘Kratos: The Operations Challenge’ were held. The day and the festival ended on a tremendous high with a musical feast from ever-energetic Benny Dayal.