Youngsters vow to influence voting pattern


Youngsters vow to influence voting pattern. They were fresh, vivacious and brimming with confidence. They displayed their competencies of various hues...

They were fresh, vivacious and brimming with confidence. They displayed their competencies of various hues in a spectacular manner. Crescentia Samarthya-2014, the annual management festival organised by Aristha Students Club of Department of Bachelor of Management Studies of St Francis College for Women in Hyderabad concluded on Friday.
The festival, being conducted at the college for the third consecutive year has become a forum to the multi-dimensional skills of management students. Students from 13 city colleges participated in the event and Bhavan’s College has emerged as overall champion by grabbing maximum number of prizes in several streams.
The HMTV and The Hans India were the media partners for the two-day event.
Interestingly, many students have evinced keen interest on the changes being taken on political front both at the national and regional level. As many of them have become voters, they vowed to participate in voting in the ensuing elections and influence voting pattern. “Yes, we will participate in the polling and vote to a person with clean image who can do well to the society” Pragna, a student said.
“We will make a campaign to advise the people to exercise their franchise. Samarthya-2014 is the beginning of that campaign,” Tejaswini Suri, a BMS student stated. From selling products in market, handling man-power at HR to overcoming stress in best manager round and keeping your cool in PR, the fest covered it all. “The experience was amazing and also taught us team work. The efforts we had put in has achieved the results we desired,” Tejaswini averred.
Several other participants were also made to participate in a Group Discussion on politics called “Nirvachana”. After the conclusion of Nirvachana, students voted and selected their choice group.
The event covered the portfolios of Human Resource, Marketing, Finance, Public Relations, B-Quiz and Best Manager. The event had brought together students of Badruka, Loyola Academy, Aurora College, Kasturba Gandhi Colleges.
Events like survival of the fittest, Rajnithi Kaushal were conducted by students specialising in HR. Tollywood actor Arvind Krishna, Park Hotels HR Managers Namrata Sharma and Suchitra Naidu have acted as judges for several programmes.
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