Thank you bash ‘Panache-2017’ at the IIS University

Seniors sway with the groove at Panache 2017

Juniors hold Thank You bash ‘Panache-2017’ for their seniors

Divisha Agarwal and Yasha Singh appointed as Head Girls of The IIS University

01st September 2017: Jaipur: A diamond doesn’t sparkle till the time it is not exposed to light. Similarly, for juniors this luminous light is their seniors. In order to thank the seniors for the enthusiastic and overwhelming fresher’s party, the new entrants of The IIS University organized a thank you bash – Panache 2017 on Friday.

Since the Ganesh Chaturthi fervor is not over yet, the program commenced with Ganesh Stuti. Rajasthan is the land of vibrant colour, mesmerizing aesthetics and a rich, glorious heritage. Juniors showcased an alluring performance showcasing our very own ‘Rang-Rangilo-Mharo Rajasthan. The atmosphere turned Sufiana with the performance on sufi songs Maula….Lagan Lagi tujhse mann ki lagan…and Rangreza…

The solo performance on Teri Deewani….by Niharika Joshi left everyone spellbound and stole the show.

The nightingales of the university refreshed and energized the seniors with their performance on songs including Chookar Mere Mann Ko…Mileya…Mileyaa…Ilahi, Love You Zindagi and Shalalala…. that mesmerized the audience. Belle Dancing on Rashq-E-Kamar has certainly raised the bar of this cultural event.

Give your thoughts a ride and imagine what would happen if a mobile parlour enters a backward village with a promise to transform every women of the village into Kareena, Katrina, Deepika and so on…How the ladies of the village would react to this parlour is somewhat shown by the students of the IISU Theatrical Society in a comic skit.

Finally the time had come when the investiture ceremony was solemnized to appoint office bearers of the university for the session 2017-18. The office bearers selected for coveted posts promised to uphold the prestige of their institution and shoulder their responsibilities earnestly.

Divisha Agarwal (UG) and Yasha Singh (PG) were appointed as Head Girls of the university.