“Coming together is a beginning,
Keeping together is a progress,
Working together is a success,
& that’s what the world call as a Team.
But, nurturing this togetherness for a lifetime,
Is what we, the BKites believe…!”
So, every year to celebrate this spirit of cohesiveness and harmony, we the BKites organize our special event called “Milap”, wherein the current students from various programs of B.K School Of Business Management, namely Full Time MBA, Port Management as well as Part Time Evening Program joins their hands together to make it a rendezvous to be cherished for a lifetime.
Prabhav, reciting his Poem on “MILAP”
As the name suggests it works as a perfect ice-breaker to shun our shyness and to interlace our emotional being into an ever flourishing pool of a BKites family. “Milap” is usually organized in the month of January, just after the completion of our end-semester exams. It works as a magical pill to revitalize our souls and lays down a platform to express one’s extra-ordinary talent.
The hazy light, the chilly breeze and the frosty eve had set a flawless environment for this imminent event to begin. “If I cannot fly, let me sing “– on this same note our event was opened by Prabhav Majumdar’s- “Poem Recitation” that very aptly lead to a proper start of “Milap”.
Our Present Director, Dr. Prateek Kanchan and our Former Director, Dr. Sarla Achuthan
The event was graced by the presence of our former director Dr. Sarla Achuthan, the present director Dr. Prateek Kanchan and our faculty members.
Juniors singing ” Yaroon Dosti Badi hi haseen he…!!”
Now, it was time for the audience to stop murmuring and to start singing. Nirav Kotak & Varsha Gurnani entertained the audience with their romantic song “ Keh Doon Tumhe Ya Chup Rahun”. Then “Nirav Baghatharia” sang the melodious song in its own musical way. While the party song “Deewangi Deewangi” enthralled the audience to dance , the Juniors Group Singing also instantly connected with the audience with their “Yaaron, dosti badi hi haseen hai…“ , to value these days of college and friendship.
The smart juniors didn’t left even the controversial social figures to amuse the audience by hitting the sarcasm. “Sachin & group” relished laughter among the crowd with their “Skit” on Aaloknath. It was a hilarious, stomach-aching performance.
Seniors performing ” Ramji Ki Chal Dekho…”
The dance performances by the juniors and the seniors awakened the true dancers with in the audience and set the mood of real party-time. The people were compelled to shake their legs with the dance performance of the “Our Seniors boys “on the Bollywood medley.
Juniors and Seniors moving in Sync
Shy Girl, Bhavisha, Posing for “Kai Ghatte Nai” Style
Milap- 2014, also unveiled a new tradition of B.K., by introducing “The Nariyal Awards” to complement the “Our Antique B.K Ratnas.”, like Bhukkhad award, Crying Baby award, Shy Girl award, Drama Queen award, Devilish laughter award and so on. Lastly, we students were addressed by our former Director Dr. Sarla Achuthan and Prof. J.M Bhatt, who acclaimed the students for their efforts and perseverance.
Then came the much awaited moment of the eve, it’s the DJ time, “Char baj gaye lekin party abhi baaki he…” The most interesting part of the DJ party was our disco dance to the tunes of the garba song.
The “Lords of Last Benches” enjoying performances in their own way
“Picture is worth a thousand words”– with the same note students started posing with their dear one’s to lock these golden moments into their transient memory for a life-time. Later, everyone exhausted yet contented with the happiness went ahead for the dinner.
Seniors trying to capture these golden moments
Milap- 2014 very successfully had brought within its purview, a mood of flawless festivities & exciting enjoyments and had turned out to be a magnanimous gala event. It showcased a perfect synchronization of fun, frolic & talent.
Alum Com Member
M.B.A. (FT) 2013-15
Nimmy, a member of the Alum Committee of B.K. School of Business Management, is a simple and fun-loving person. Her hobbies include watching movies, listening music and playing badminton.