A part of the innovation week. Amity Business School organized "World Tourism Day” to the birthday of our Hon'ble C- VI sir. The purpose of celebrating this day was to raise awareness of the role of tourism within the international community and to demonstrate the cultural heritage of various countries and also the states of India. On this occasion students of Amity Business School presented the cultural and economic importance of various states and countries.
For the event, each class was allocated one state of India and a country to represent. The start of the event included two ramp walks - the first one where in the students represented the attire of the states allocated to them and the second round wherein the students represented the attires of the countries allocated to them.
These rounds of ramp walk were followed by the students of all the classes representing their allocated states and countries in the predefined orders. Each class had 15 minutes for representing one county/state. Dance performances, songs, skits and a lot of other ways were used by students to represent their state or country.
A total of 18 performances were given which included the states of Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, West Bengal, North East, Himachal Pradesh and the countries represented were France, Spain, Egypt, Scotland, Japan, Mexico, Italy, Saudi Arabia and Spain.
Hon'ble Vice Chance, Lt Gen V K Sharma graced the event with his benign presence. Hon'ble Pro-Vice Chancellor, Prof. (Dr.) M P Kaushik, Registrar, Mr. Rajesh Jain and Dean Research, Dr. S. P. Bajpai also marked their presence on the occasion. The winner among the states was Maharastra which was represented by students of BBA 5th Semester. The winner among the countries was Spain which was represented by the students of B.Com 3rd Semester. The prizes were given by Hon'ble Vice Chancellor and Pro-Vice Chancellor and Director Amity Business School.