PU IBIT spring festival brings fun


LAHORE – Punjab University Institute of Business & Information Technology (IBIT) on organized a colourful spring festival full of festivities and cheers at the Institute lawn. The students staged various types of stalls, which charmed Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran, IBIT Director Dr Mansoor Sarwar, RO-I Javed Sami and other faculty members on their visits to the gala. Participants were captivated by the performances and gestures of the students, who set up the carnival after long preparations.
A “Ride and Play” game, in which a dump trolley carried students and took a round of the lawn, attracted a huge audience. There was a stall for “aggrieved married couples” to decide separation if they were married “forcibly”. A group of students presented the cave men’s story, with odd dresses and strange vocals. Some stall setters took out a bicycle rally in support of Pakistani cricket team.
An IBT “police station” was also established where Vice-Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran was interrogated on why had he had promoted a research culture in the varsity, prompting students to stick to libraries? There were also the Love Guru and Secret Emotions to serve the “wanders”. Punjabi culture was also reflected in a corner as “Punjabi Nukar” and “Punjabi Panja”.
Some stalls of various food items were also established with distinction of traditional and vanishing “GOLA”.