Infusion’19, the annual cultural, sports, and management fest of Indian Institute of Management at Rohtak, ended on a high note as singer Harrdy Sandhu enthralled the audience with a power-packed performance on Sunday.
The fest witnessed participation from more than 250 institutes from across the country.
Speaking about the event, Prof. Dheeraj Sharma, Director IIM Rohtak said, “The future managers need to have cognitive intelligence, emotional intelligence, spiritual intelligence, and somatic intelligence to excel.”
IIM Rohtak’s Infusion allows the student to work on all four types of intelligence by managing the event within the budget, managing people in the event, and working with diverse stakeholders, running the marathon, and making a contribution to the community, he said.
The third day of Infusion’19 on Sunday began in the wee hours of the day as thousands of individuals gathered to run for health and nutrition. The run started from the Jat college ground in Rohtak. Huge number of people had turned up for marathon despite the cold weather.
Anukreethy Vas (Miss India world 2018), Amit Panghal (Boxer, Asian Games 2018 Gold Medallist), Rakesh Jain (Director, LPS Bossard) and Hardeep Singh (Wrestler, Commonwealth games medallist) were present to flag this event off.
The day also witnessed the culmination of the most awaited event of Infusion’19, live concert by Harrdy Sandhu. True to the spirit of Infusion, Harrdy Sandhu took the audience by storm as he performed some of his greatest hits and pumped up the audience.
The day also hosted events like business case study competitions organized by Team Conspectus and solo singing competition where students from all around the nation participated. Mr. & Miss Infusion was also one of the major attractions of the day
Infusion’19 enjoyed many firsts like the beat-boxing competition that took place for the first time in any business school in India, Femina Miss India Campus Princess which took place for the first time in Rohtak, Anukreethy Vas judged the event and selected two talented beauty queens as campus princesses.
Among the numerous events that engaged the audience, Comedy Night with Pratyush Chaubey and Kishore Dayani, and Rock night by renowned Hindi rock band Char Hazaari was a major success.