Unitedworld Youth Lives Up To The Challenge
Unitedworld School of Business students shine not only in Academics but even in other activities. Students have proved that if given an opportunity they can outshine among the others.
- (1888PressRelease) November 20, 2010 - An event organized by the Divyabhaskar, The Airtel Campus Jung was a big hit than expected. The school was filled with more than 600 students as audience, in the final round to cheer the participants. The grand finale was held at Prakash Higher Secondary School on the 9th August 2010.
In the final round the contestants were fighting out in four main categories- singing, solo & group Dancing, Airtel Dude & Diva Contest and the Ad Mad Show.
We had winners from different colleges named Ganpat University, HK Commerce College, L J College of Business Aid, New L J College, R J Tibrewal, etc.
It takes us great pride to let you know that Nisarg Shah a 1st year student in post graduation program in management at Unitedworld School of Business who is a bright in academics and loves to sing. He has always proved in the campus that he is a good singer now has proved it to all. He has become the latest, singing sensation of the most reputed B-School Unitedworld School of Business and has won the hearts of all the audience and the judges by winning the title of Airtel Dude.
Not like all B-Schools concentrating only on assignments and academics, Unitedworld School of Business (UWSB) believes in bringing out the talents of the students and out shine them among the others. UWSB believes that "All work and no Play makes Jack a dull boy". Besides these contests that are conducted outside the college there are many internal contest that make the students confident in whatever they do. No wonder students from UWSB have much higher talents in both academics and extracurricular activities than students of other B-Schools.
Today this boy would feel what George MacDonald once said "To be trusted is a greater compliment than being loved." He trusted his talent and found a way to prove it. This trust gave him the confidence to be there and outshine among the 40 students.
Well-known personalities from different professions were judging the contests.
Sanjay Chakravorty, owner of Triton Communication, Hiren Patel, director of In Style Dance Group, Supriya Shah, director of Manch Dance Academy and Meghna Desai, CSD Head of Airtel and a professional dancer herself, Sugam Vora, Kedar Upadhyay and Samir raval all music directors where Jumana Samkit, chief reporter with DNA was judging the Airtel dude and Diva contest.
Auditions for this jung were held in 4 different cities of Gujarat - Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat and Rajkot, and there were more than 3000 students as participants out of which only 40 students paved their way to the final, and gave their performances on Monday.
Monday the night of Jung between the participants proved to a memorable one. Students were shouting and cheering for their college representatives and encouraging them to give their best. Judges had a hard time making selection and giving the result of the finalist - the winners of the contest.