Exuberance, an event organised by the E-cell on March 20, was brought to life by students and outsiders putting forward their skills and hobbies to be showcased at stalls. The stall items, ranging from food, clothing, jewellery, art, and others, exhibited the very spirit of E-cell. The event was inaugurated by Prof. Simi Malhotra, HOD, Jamia Millia Islamia. Soon after, competitions began with much anticipation and enthusiasm.
La-Affiche, a poster-making competition, and Bazm-e-Kalam, an essay and poetry competition, gave students a platform to showcase their hobbies in the perfect sense. Participants in Ideathon, a competition for concept presentations, and Sci-Lide Show, a competition for bio presentations, had to have the right knowledge and abilities to enable the judges comprehend their topics as well as possible.
The footballing talents got their game on in the FIFA tournament. It was an intense match between Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich. The score was 4-0, giving a clear win to PSG.
A panel discussion was held between Umair Mohammad (founder of Wizgo and Angel Investor), Mubashshir Naseer (founder of Quilt Comfort), and Reshabh Sharma (founder and CEO of Sparrow), moderated by the business correspondent, Pushpita Dey. The discussion concerned te unique start-up atmosphere and the future of entrepreneurship in the country. Throughout the panel discussion, the three speakers shared experiences and anecdotes from their lives to help them connect better with the audience.
The winners were then felicitated by the esteemed panelists Umair Mohammad, Reshabh Sharma, and Mubashshir Naseer. The awards included vouchers worth ₹15,000 from Legal 24 by 7 for the Ideathon competition. The felicitation ceremony was followed by a vote of thanks.
The team of E-Cell JMI expressed special gratitude to the Entrepreneurship Cell of JMI for their immense support and guidance. The event concluded with a cultural fest, which had thrilling dance performances and melodious singing sessions.
Report by: Ambrisha Zubeen, Sarthak Parashar, and Bushra Faridi for TJR.
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