IIFT Delhi’s Annual cultural festival – Quo Vadis 2019 Reached Greater Heights This Year

On the 24th, 25th and 26th of January, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade hosted its annual management and cultural festival, Quo Vadis 2019. With the theme, ‘Stronger Than Yesterday’, the event kicked off with its flagship competition, Shastra- The Ultimate Warrior, that saw participation from 11 top B schools from all over the nation.

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IIFT Delhi's Annual cultural festival - Quo Vadis 2019 Reached Greater Heights This Year

Other competitions that were held include Battle of Bands, Nukkad Natak, FBB Femina Campus Princess, Comedy Cafe (stand up comedy), Raaga (solo singing), Jharokha (movie making) and Hip Hop International Delhi Auditions. With audience from B schools and undergrad colleges from all over Delhi and food stalls offering some lip smacking treats, IIFT hosted the famous band, The Local Train on the first night of the festival. The event was sold out and even the rain couldn’t stop IIFT from grooving to the hit tunes of the band. For the second star night, IIFT laughed till everyone’s stomach hurt when the famous comedian, Rahul Subramaniam took the stage and entertained everyone with his MBA themed jokes.

IIFT Delhi's Annual cultural festival - Quo Vadis 2019 Reached Greater Heights This Year

Finally, Quo Vadis ended on a high note when on the third night IIFT hosted the super talented Bollywood singer, Jubin Nautiyal who made the crowd sway to songs like ‘Humma Humma’, ‘Ankh Lad Jave’ and more.

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