About 400 students took part in Ybrations-2017, a cultural Fest conducted by the student of Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital Management (PGDHM) of ASCI at its College Park Campus and enjoyed it to the core on February 18, 2017.
Mr.C.V. Anand, I.P.S., Commissioner and ex-officio Principal Secretary to Govt. of Telangana State Civil Supplies Corporation, inaugurated the Fest and called upon hospital administrators and support staff to accord priority to integrity and ethics while discharging their duties.
Mr.Anand said: "We got a precious opportunity of serving people. All other things will be in place, if we stick on to integrity and ethics in our professional life. With the advent of new technologies, there are new developments in every field. We should update ourselves by making use of technologies judiciously."
The Director General of ASCI, Mr RH Khwaja, Dean of Training Programmes Dr.Usha Ramachandra, the Director of Centre for Health Care Management, Dr.Subodh Kandamuthan, faculty member Dr.Bhawna Gulati also spoke.
Later, students had fun and frolic with a day-long competitions in various cultural events.
Aurora Degree College, consisting S Rahul, Saikiran and Mahesh, won the first prize in the group dance category while Hyderabad Central University's Healthcare management team (Bhavana, Alekhya and Sneha) won the second prize.
St Mary's Lucky enthralled audience with her stunning performance and bagged the first prize in solo dance category. While NIMS' Akhila got second place, Aurora Degree College's S Rahul got a special prize and special mention from judges.
St Mary students dominated singing section. Rohit of St Mary's won Solo prize, Naveena of NIMS received second prize. Belssan and Nasar of St Mary's got the gold in duet singing. The team from St Mary's (Akshat, Supreeth and Yashwanth) won Quiz title as well.
Sneha, Vijay and Sanjeev of HUC got second place while Sri Venkateswara College of Pharmacy (Chandrasekhar, Akhila and Sree vidya) bagged the third place.
"It is fun unlimited. We enjoyed it thoroughly. Ybrations gave us a great opportunity to interact with many youngsters from various colleges from the city," Rahul, one of the jubilant participants, said.