Rajagiri Centre for Business studies organised it's 12th edition of Inflore, on 28th and 29th October 2016. It was one of the most awaited and anticipated inter college fest across India. Together the winners took home prizes worth 4.7 lakh spreading over 7 management and 10 non-management events. The crowd pulling events of Inflore 2016 were 3’s football, Carnival, Voice of Inflore and spot dance competition. The theme of Inflore16 'that 90s magic' was very popular among all participants who themselves were 90s kids.
The valedictorian address was delivered by Hon. Collector of Ernakulam District Mr. Mohammed Y Safirulla. He added that Rajagiri Inflore 2016 was the best management fest Kerala has ever witnessed and it culminated the best management students from over 100’s of colleges all over the country. The director of the hit Malayalam movie Mr. Vaishak delivered the key note address for the valedictory function. Presiding over the ceremony with them were the Executive Director of Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies Dr. Joseph I Injodey and Principal Dr. Binoy Joseph. The faculty and student coordinators of Inflore 2016 and shared the stage with other dignitaries.
Mr. Nirmal Abraham, representing DCMAT, took the honour of bagging the title of Best Manager and the team from NIT Trichy claimed the Best Management team award. The overall champions of the fest, now two-year running were, SCMS Cochin. The prizes were distributed by the Hon. District Collector. Inflore 2016 reached new heights in the sense it saw over students representing several other colleges participated and bagged the prizes for all the other events.
In a whole, Inflore 2016 ended on a bright note, by making the brand name Rajagiri fly high and proud and by choosing the right choices for all the competitions that it conducted. The effort of the students in Rajagiri was well appreciated by all including the participants, guests, judges and faculty.
Next year Inflore would be back with a new theme, new members and new events, but the spirit of Inflore would still remain the same.