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Alumnus
IIMA

TIDINGS FROM WIMWI

ALUMNI CELL

VOLUME 4: 08|2016

ISSUE 4 | MONTHLY

T-NITE 2016
Sukriti Bansal & Sneha Kapadia

Inside

POST GRADUATE PROGRAMME - I

T

he beauty of T-Nite is that it is an absolutely unforgettable experience. Tucchas starting stories with “That time
during T-Nite when…” and then refusing to reveal any
more, made T-Nite unquestionably one of the most enigmatic
and sought after events after the new batch has stepped into
the campus.
As is the tradition, the T-Nite began the very night facchas got
free from their first mid-term examination of PGP life. The
rigor, excitement and anticipation surrounding the three days,
5th -7th August, made the weariness of the exams disappear
in a flash. The tempo and enthu that all the students showed

COVER STORY T-Nite 2016………………………………..Pg 1
HTSAS #2 TaxiForSure…………………………..…….……Pg 3
EVENTS ON CAMPUS
Independence Fortnight……...……………………………Pg 5
THE CLUB SPACE
LSD: Faculty Student Debate…………………..………...Pg 7
IIMACTS: Mix Veg in Hot Garlic Sauce………….…...Pg 8
Acads Council: To bid or not to bid?....................Pg 9
FACCHA-TUCCHA SPACE………………………………...Pg 10

TIDINGS FROM WIMWI | Page1

in spite of sleepless nights and FRA
paper, was an assurance of the fact
that they had learnt to “live the IIMA
way”.
The facchas had to prove their mettle
over three nights - Pub-Run, MessNite and RJM-nite. The first day - Pub
Run began with the sections preparing a series of extremely innovative
tempo shouts, with a mix of wit and
volume to prove they had the most
‘enthu’. Elaborate section entries into
RJM set the tone of the T-Nite, kick
starting a memorable 3 days of intense competition. Next, the sections
went to the iconic LKP, where they
faced-off against each other in a series of races along with graffiti and

face painting. PGPX surely made a
mark there, with their cheery enthusiasm all through the long night, bagging the maximum score at the end
of the night.
The second day began with the
‘hogger’ from each of the sections,
taking part in the banana eating competition. As you might have guessed,
the section whose representative
successfully ate the maximum number of bananas in a minute won this
competition (and will remain the butt
of many a joke for the next two
years). The winning ‘hogger’ not only
made his section proud but also
helped it in getting a lead of 30 seconds in the race to the mess where
sections claimed areas to display
their posters.

This was only the beginning of the
long and action-packed night that lay
ahead. Days (and nights) of rigorous
dance and music practices culminated in stellar performances in the
mess-nite. There were also hilarious
section mascot performances and a
high-on- energy faux rock band performance, namely Mock Rock. This
night witnessed a massive shift in
positions of the sections, with Section
- E leading the chart by the end of
this night.

The night was surely a splendid view,
when you saw the tucchas shouting
in full support for their facchas batch,
encouraging throughout the night.

The best was indeed left for the end.
The last and final night of T-nite was
the RJM nite. On this night, the sections showcased a wonderful bonanza of dances, music and drama complemented by a theme based fashion
parade.

There were many more activities conducted in the 3 days, without touching upon which, any excerpt on the Tnite would be incomplete. The creative team worked day and night to
make props for each night, including
musical instruments, placards and
innovative banners. In addition to
this, these teams also worked on
making a section flag and a section
banner. All works of art garnered
many points in the overall tally of the
sections and revealed some hidden
talents in the batch.

As the days passed, the sections only
seemed to be getting better at everything. The feeling of camaraderie that
grew over long nights of painting
posters and coordinating dance performances was also starting to show.
The section bonding clearly echoed,
when the sections showed spectacularly coordinated performances on
stage. Each section came in large
numbers, and displayed its strong
spots, be it music, dance, acting or
fashion, with many acing them all.

TIDINGS FROM WIMWI | Page 2

The newsletter, submitted by the sections at the end of each of the nights,
was a true entertainer. The newsletter team proved that the pen is
mightier than the sword with their

keen observations, ‘subtle’ sarcasm will wake up to respond with a “High
and a whole lot of wit.
Hai!” The much awaited results of
the T-nite were finally announced on
Though the official results of the T- a DJ-nite organized by the Cultural
nite were not announced for many and Social Affairs’ Committee. It had
days, the real purpose behind why it been a talk around for long as to who
was organized was accomplished was going to bag the trophy this
already. The core objective of the T- year. The winners were Section-E,
nite is to increase bonding amongst followed by Section-D and PGPX by
the sections. And someone must very close margins. There were also
have well realized the fact, that to some individual category awards givenhance intra-section unity one en out, including Mr. and Ms. T-nite
needs to introduce a tad bit of inter- and the best male and female dancsection rivalry. Well, the rivalry was ers, among many others. Once again,
soon forgotten, but the strong bonds as happy as the winners were to take
that students got a chance to build the title, T-nite was about a lot more
with their section-mates promise to than just winning. It was a platform
last for a long time to come. If you where each individual got the opporwant to test this out just start a tunity to showcase his/her talent. It
chant of “Section __ ka tempo..” and was a stage where everyone could let
even the president of the sleeper cell go of their inhibitions, and create a

TIDINGS FROM WIMWI | Page 3

comfort level with their sectionmates. And most of all, it was an endeavor to increment student interactions within the section, build bonds
which would last for lifetimes and
create memories which would be
shared with the batches to come. No
matter whosoever won, each section
performed par-excellence, and even
though the winners may be forgotten
after a while, the intra-section bonding will be there forever.


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