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26th July 2010

What began as carefree get-togethers for auditions, long practices, and competition, ended as one of the better experiences ! Aagman for the batch SS/ 2010-12 was conducted on 26th July 2010 at Kamani Auditorium. The journey  of aagman preperations was almost for a month. It seemed no less than a scene fresh out of a bollywood movie. There was action, drama, comedy (very sad one at that ), dance, music, forgetfull fights, fresh couples (Err… Best friends) and a lot more.

After the traditional lighting of the lamp by Prof  A. Sandeep (Dean, All India, IIPM) the night proceeded with an enthralling performance by the IIPM band, comprising of Samuel David Dennis and Gurusharan Randhawa.

IIPM choreography teams set the stage ablaze as they performed on the latest chartbusters. There was a live bull fight, beautifully depicted in the form of a choreography act presented by Nishita Mahajan and Allen Robertson.  Students from IIPM Noida went the balle balle way and the crowd cheered on.  Simranjeet singh and Akhilesh Rana got all the applause as they performed their comic acts to whet the crowds appetite.

Then came the most awaited event for the evening. The fashion show! This year, the fashion police at IIPM went beyond the usual as they took us to the streets of Chicago where men paid the price of disloyalty , took us to the glitz and glamour of bollywood and had us rejoice in a FIFA carnival.

Aagman 2010 had all the ingredients of a perfect show.  Flawless emcees, terrific performances viewed by a wonderful audience.

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 21st July '10, Delhi

After long hours of practice, many sleepless nights, those forgettable fights and some unforgettable moments, Aagman for the batch of SS/ 2010-12 was conducted on 21st July 2010 at Airforce auditorium. What began as carefree get-togethers for auditions, long practices, and competition, ended as one of the better experiences !

After the traditional lightning of the lamp by Prof Rohit Manchanda (Dean HRD, IIPM), the night proceeded with an enthralling performance by the IIPM band, comprising of Samuel David Dennis and Gurusharan Randhawa.

IIPM choreography teams set the stage ablaze as they performed on the latest chartbusters. There was a live bull fight, beautifully depicted in the form of a choreography act presented by Nishita Mahajan and Allen Robertson.  Students from IIPM Gurgaon also performed on a medley which they called – Monsoon Delight and the crowd cheered on.  Simranjeet singh and Akhilesh Rana got all the applause as they performed their comic acts to whet the crowds appetite.

Then came the most awaited event for the evening. The fashion show! This year, the fashion police at IIPM went beyond the usual as they depicted a fashion war between aliens and robots, took us to the glitz and glamor of bollywood and had us rejoice in a FIFA carnival.

Aagman 2010 had all the ingredients of a perfect show.  Flawless emcees, terrific performances viewed by a wonderful audience.

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Date: June 12th, 2010
Event: Guest Lecture
Speaker: Mr. Dhiraj K Sinha
Topic: The market potential of Microinsurance in India

Mr. Dhiraj K Sinha, Senior Project Manager, Larive India, visited IIPM Delhi campus to deliver a lecture on “Microinsurance”. He explained the basic concept of Microinsurance and its potential in the low income group segment. He explained the various products that are covered in micro insurance. The biggest challenge according to him, is the delivery of microinsurance to the clients. Mr. Dhiraj focused on the four basic models that are followed for the delivery purpose and also explained the students about the advantages and disadvantages attached to each model. As the session ended each student had a better understanding of the subject and recognized the importance of microinsurance as a useful tool in economic development.

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Date: June 23rd, 2010
Event: Guest Lecture
Speaker: Mr. Azzar Abbas Abidi
Topic: Resource Retention

Mr. Abbas Abidi who has worked with prestigious organizations like Hewitt associates, WNS Global Services, Wipro, visited IIPM Delhi campus to deliver a lecture on Resource Retention. Retaining the right talent has always been a challenge for most companies. The investment that goes into recruiting, training and honing on-the-job skills can cause both tangible and intangible loss when a productive resource leaves the organization. Mr Abidi explained the various strategies used by the industries these days to retain its employees. After the lecture, the session was opened for Q&A, which he answered with  great interest.

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