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Inflore is not a fest, it’s a feeling
Asst. Professor | Department of Business Administration
It is indeed a matter of pride and pleasure to see how the Rajagiri management fest, Inflore has grown in to an event of this scale and size as we see it today. Rajagiri really witnessed 14 editions of this cultural and management extravaganza. Being part of the team for the last 7 years I am so happy to have hosted thousands of participants from different states of India. What makes this event tremendously successful is the hard work, dedication and sincere efforts of many people associated with this event.
I acknowledge very specially the hard work and commitment and support of many who made it in this way as it is. No words can express my feelings, or my thanks for what they have done to cause.
It is not just a fest, it’s a feeling.
A big salute to all the FORMS Executive committees throughout these years, by being a wonderful team and being proactive, and working days and nights, burning the midnight oil. All the teams have done a remarkable and wonderful job by taking up the given responsibility to its best. They really understood that gardens are not made by sitting in the shade.
Each year the themes are well developed with lot of ideas and it is depicted on the stage with a beautiful theme dance team that shows the true spirit of Rajagiri in learning and by putting up a great show in this short span of time.
Indeed each time it is new history that gets created here in Rajagiri. A tradition that gets settled and a culture that we always cherish. It is Inflore a fest with a feeling. All of Rajagiri rock during these days. I am so proud to be part of this excellent team. Team Inflore leaves nothing by half. They eat, sleep and breathe Inflore that it is not a fest for all of them, as I have mentioned earlier, ‘it is a feeling’.
“If we did all we were capable of doing, we would literally astonish ourselves."
~ Thomas Edison
Thanking The God Almighty and thanking all who are part of the team although these years.