KUSOM fest ends in style
The last day of the Kathmandu University School of Management Annual Fest (KAF) ended with much gusto, with business students flaunting their talents that seemingly lie concealed in a hardheaded business minds.
Apart from the entertaining music, dance and skit performances, what stole the show
was definitely the electrifying audience cheers. Both the performers and crowd went hand in hand throughout the performances.
The dance and skit performances followed a spell of musical mesmerising by bands from various business colleges from around the Capital vying for the top position. The students played one song each, mostly rock. The dance began with a performance by Knowledge (what a name!) who appeared like traditional apsaras shaking to ultra-modern tunes. Another dance group Intensive had the crowd ‘intensely’ rocking with a good dose of nationalism.
The day also saw the notable presence of business bastions. Managing Director of Surya Nepal, Harsh Madhav Dar, was the chief guest. Short movies made by the ex-students of
the college were also screened and prizes were distributed to the competition winners and deserving students later in the evening. Springwood was the main sponsor of the three-day KAF.
Rocking Day 2
The day two (October 12) of KAF had the music concert as its major attraction. Crowds of people had gathered, both inside and outside the college, to enjoy the numbers warbled out by leading professional artistes.
Rocktika led by singer Lochan Rijal kicked off the major part of the concert playing, among others, their hits like Manish and Bato. 1974 AD followed and played their evergreen songs like — Guras Fulyo and Pahilo Junima — accompanied by incessant screaming and dancing.
Students were also seen enjoying the gastronomic delights, both hot and cold, at the food stalls. Free Springwood shirts were also given to lucky visitors through lottery.