“True Heroes not only read, sing and dance but also play sports, so it is your turn to be a sport star at Imperial College”.
This was the essence behind four days of mind-boggling, mettlesome and exciting sports event organized at Imperial College of Business Studies campus at Bangalore. Having commenced on 5th of March, this event witnessed a lot of energy pouring out from the enthusiastic student participants in various categories of sports.
On 4th of March, the student managers nominated their team members and competitors through card-drawing process. The essence behind this card drawing effort was to ensure an equal to equity based transparent participation in the various sports event.
The different sports categories included the following games:
Caroms ,Table Tennis, Chess, Badminton, On 5th of March, the sports league event was kick-started by the league matches for Carom competition. After a daylong mind-blowing competition, two teams got through the finals of Carom.
Team 1: Anurag Sharma and Siddharth Chauhan
Team 2: Surya and Subham
On 6th of March, Chess competition was held and a total of 9 teams competed under this sports category. Four students entered into the semi-final: Mr. Swaroop, Mr. Nasir, Mr. Praveen and Mr. Sukumar.
In the table tennis tournament, an intense competition prevailed in the league matches and finally Mr. Varun and Mr. Siddarth Chauhan entered into the Finals of Table Tennis.
On 9th of March, the grand finals of all the indoor games took place. After much expected tough and invigorating competition, the following student managers came out with flying colors as the final winners. The final winners are:
Chess Final Winner: Swaroop
Caroms Final Winner: Subham and Surya
Table Tennis Final Winner: Siddhartha
Badminton Final Winner: Subham (Boys) and Seetha (Girls Category)
The four days of this sports event were quite a delightful experience for the student managers. They participated, competed and supported their fellow participants which created a very resonating and rejuvenating atmosphere in the campus. The nitty-gritty of this sports event was creations of a healthy competition and participation with a good team spirit. It was a good lesson in terms of team management and group dynamics. The token of appreciation also goes to the organizers who did a wonderful job by carrying out the event without much hassle. Overall, it was a much delightful, unforgettable and good learning lesson for the student managers at Imperial College of Business Studies. The happiness and the fun element that was insinuated from this event will linger in the minds of the students and the whole Imperial College fraternity for quite a long time.