Institute of Public Enterprise, being one of the leading B-Schools, offers its students a very homely and holistic atmosphere. It accommodates students from different states, cultures, habitats and nourishes them into a family. Diversity at its best can be seen at IPE in a small scale. The nature and weather at IPE brings the student a heavenly and healthy feeling.
The student family in IPE will be bonded forever and is the only reason why the Alumni of IPE is too good and responsible towards their institute. All the students will make their new extended family in their two years of time spent at the campus and the memories will be cherished by them throughout their life. Experience will help somewhere in everyone’s life and the experience in IPE will make a whole new learning in everyone’s life. The essence of IPE’s education is not only about delivering subject content alone but also to impart the values and morals and thus turning an IPE student into a global professional. The mock test of being a professional is conducted at IPE in the form of organizing various Activities of Clubs and participating in such activities, Celebrating of Countless events where there is no pass or fail but the learning is what that makes a difference.
Independence Day of India, A National Festival celebrated every year on 15th of August this year being no exception. On this day in 1947 India got freedom from British Rule. The celebration is done to develop feeling of togetherness, unity and to understand the importance of freedom and responsibility.
Speeches in different languages bringing the freedom struggle, the growth and development path of India, diverse cultures of the country singing patriotic songs etc were part of the celebrations on 15th August 2019. The celebrations earmarked the unity in diversity philosophy of the institute and so are of our incredible India.
Just as sweetness cannot be separated from honey, just as beauty cannot be separated from a rainbow, Onam cannot be separated from a Keralite’s heart. All the students from the state of Kerala filled the environment with traditional attire in a way the festival vibes flowered into IPE.
As a part of the celebrations a beautiful rangoli was made by the students with the help of different flowers on 1st September 2019. King Mahabali was welcomed on the occasion. Thiruvathira performance by the students initiated the Onam Celebrations. Various games like Vadamvali, Lemon and spoon race, Sack race and Cracking of pots were conducted on this occasion.
This event was celebrated every year during Nine days of Dussehra. As a part of celebrations, the students do Garba dance, the dance which symbolizes that God, represented in feminine form is the only thing that remains unchanging in a constantly changing universe. Garba songs typically revolve around the subjects of the nine goddesses.
This celebration took place in the open place in the campus near the six pillars on 11th October 2021. Both Boys and Girls joined for Garba dance and Dandiya. Both men and women were in colourful costumes while performing garba and dandiya. Garba costumes and Dandiya sticks were available in the campus at a price for the student community. DJ was arranged during Garba night.
“Donate blood and save life”, the best saying ever. The saying has gained its importance in recent days and even people from villages started believing that donating blood is a good practice. This change was mainly observed in today’s young generation because they accept that donating a unit blood will save a human life.
As a part of social club, with responsibility to take the society closer to humanity, a Blood Donation camp was organized on 10th December 2019 and donated the collected units to Thalassemia affected children. We have collected nearly 100 units of blood and the same were transferred to the destination in time. The event was a big hit not due to the registrations and participants but because of the number of Lives saved.
“Reversing deforestation is complicated, planting trees is simple”. To increase the green cover in the state flagship program by the Telangana Government Haritha haram was initiated.
Social club of IPE took up the initiative of organizing this event on 6th March 2022. The event was commenced by Director & Dean, Dr. Srinivas Murthy, by planting a sapling, followed by Student affairs Coordinator Dr. K.V.Anantha Kumar, and other faculty members. The Social Club took oath of planting trees for a better tomorrow.
International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day for celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Internationally, purple is taken as a colour to symbolise women’s day. The theme for Women’s Day 2022 is “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow.”
The event commenced on 8th March 2022. All female faculty, employees and students were invited to the event. The event was commenced by Director & Dean, Dr. Srinivas Murthy, explaining the importance of women in our life, J Kiranmai, Registrar of IPE delivered a speech. Also, student affairs coordinator Dr K V Anantha Kumar and course coordinators, faculty members delivered their views on the importance of women. Various students came forward and spoke about the importance of the day and how they cherish women in their life.
As it is said, Days are not spent, when Memories are created! With a purpose of giving a send-off to seniors and wish them all the luck for their entry to cooperate atmosphere the institute celebrates Farewell party. The other purpose is to encourage the creative impulses to boost their confidence for their career growth. Every farewell party comes with a theme. Dances, Speeches Performances Dramas were part of every farewell party at the institute.
The title for the party was Sayonara’22. It was conducted on 13th May 2022. The theme for this year’s farewell party, Sayonara’22 was “The Red Carpet”. The event was inaugurated by Director & Dean, Dr. Srinivas Murthy, J Kiranmai, Registrar of IPE and Student affairs coordinator Dr K V Anantha Kumar. Dr. Srinivas Murthy, J Kiranmai, Student affairs coordinator Dr K V Anantha Kumar and other faculty members gave valuable suggestions to all the final year students and wishing them all the luck for their career growth and accomplishments. We had dance, singing, special performances on the day of event. Students spoke about “How IPE is important in their life, in creating memories and learning new things.” It was a fun yet emotional day, we cherished our final moments with our seniors.