Students across the three disciplines of hotel and hospital management and fashion designing showcased what they have learnt at their colleges at a programme on Friday.
Vivartana-2023, an initiative by Subhas Bose Institute of Hotel Management, Subhas Bose Institute of Hospital Management, Subhas Bose Institute of Fashion Designing and SBIHM School of Management made a comeback after a break of two years.
A food festival was part of the programme and the students prepared and served delicacies from countries like France, Italy and China.
For the fashion show, they walked the ramp in clothes that have made a comeback from the past.
During a healthcare seminar on Friday, the students were told about the future of healthcare studies.
“There are many students who take up science but cannot pursue medicine but there are other alternatives in the healthcare sector like hospital management or healthcare management that they can take up as a career,” said Bidisha Sarkar, group director, SBIHM.
The show was organised by third-year students with help from their juniors and teachers.
“The students devoted their time and energy to research every element of the festival,” said chef Mrinmoy Pal, culinary mentor of Subhas Bose Institute of Hotel Management.
About 2,000 parents attended the event.
“Every student joins college with a dream and every day they go through some sort of change and learn something new,” said Sarkar.