The second season of “Hamro Utsav” successfully organized
The much awaited intercollege event “Hamro Utsav” organized by King’s College, took place at Academy Hall, Kamaladi on 28th February and 1st March. The event saw an overwhelming participation of grad and undergrad students from 17 colleges, including King’s.
In the first day of the program, we were honored to have some special guests with us. We had Hari Bhakta Sharma as our Chief Guest, who is the President of the Confederation of Nepali Industries. We had Mr. Dikesh Malhotra, President and CEO of IMS group—the title sponsor for the event, along with his wife Mrs. Zenisha Moktan, Miss Nepal 2009.
We were also very humbled by the presence of Mr. Santosh Shrestha, President of Advertising Association of Nepal and Prof. Dr. Bishambar Pyakuryal who is a senior economist, a poet and Ambassador to Sri Lanka. Similarly, we had Dr. Som Prasad Pudasaini, Chairman of King’s College along with Mr. Narrotam Aryal, who is the Executive Director of the King’s College. The managing director of New Business Age and Aviyan was also present with us to witness the event.
The guests gave us their insights and wished us best for the event. Ms. Kamala Lama Dong, president of King’s Club, also gave us a brief insight into the event. She spoke about the workshops that were given to the participants regarding the 16 different competitions of the event. She also gave us a glimpse of the preliminary rounds of certain competitions that took place in the college itself. Whereas, the two main days we had panel discussion and competitions like group dance competition, entrepreneurial exhibition, battle of bands, the much wooed college icon and the prize distribution.
SOM TU bagged away three titles: Stock Market Challenge, Social Media Marketing and Mad ads. Uniglobe College won the Business Plan writing competition and the HR Challenge. Nami College shared the HR Challenge winner title with Uniglobe and also won short movie competition. Little Angel’s College won the junk art competition. King’s College won the battle of the bands and the entrepreneurial exhibition.
Similarly V.S. Niketan won several competitions namely, photo Exhibition, dance competition, HR challenge and painting competition whereas Central College won the sketching competition. British College won the event management and the quiz. Ms. College Icon 2017 was won by Ms. Mitali Oli from King’s College whereas Mr. Anish Tamang from Silver Mountain College won the title of Mr. College Icon 2017.
We’re thankful to everyone who made this event possible and successful—King’s Club, sponsors, emcees, guests and volunteers. We’re also thankful to the interactive and cheerful audience for making the program lively. We look forward to make the event grander, livelier and more entertaining next year. Until then stay tuned for more updates from King’s College.
BBA, King’s College