LLOYD GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS organised its Annual Cultural Fest, “LLOYD CARNIVAL-2019” on 29th March, 2019. It was a daylong event held in the Institute's campus. The Carnival was declared open by the Group Chairman, Shri Manohar Thairani, who welcomed teams from different colleges and stressed upon the importance of such activities for the holistic development of the students.

The Carnival saw a wide range of activities like Ad-Mad show, rangoli, T-Shirt painting, mimicry, PUBG War, poster making, solo singing, mehndi, fashion show, solo dancing and group dancing.

Welcome speech was delivered by Shri Manohar Thairani, President, Lloyd Group of Institutions. In his speech he gave much importance to the need for arranging such a programme. He encouraged the students for their laudable performances. He also expressed that it is his dream to see events like this take place more often, at the campus.

About 1050 students from 42 universities, B-colleges and technical institutes of Delhi-NCR gathered on the Lloyd Campus to exhibit their talent and skills in various art forms. Some of the participating institutes were:

• Ramjas College, (University of Delhi),

• Lady Irwin College, (University of Delhi),

• Rajdhani College, (University of Delhi),

• Maharaja Agersen College, (University of Delhi),

• Aryabhatta College, (University of Delhi),

• Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, (University of Delhi),

• Galgotias University, Greater Noida

• Sharda University, Greater Noida,

• Jamia Hamdard University, Delhi,

• M.S. Institute, Bulandshahar,

• Mewar Institute of Management, Sahibabad,

• M.M.H. College, Ghaziabad,

• Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University, Delhi,

• KV Ayurvedic Medical College, Kuberpur

• JSPG College, Sikandarabad

• ITM, Gurugram,

• JIMS, Greater Noida,

• Z. I. Dance Studio, Noida

• G.L. Bajaj Institute of Management

• Kailash Institute,

• Greater Noida Institute of Technology,

• Vishveshwarya Group of Institutes,

• Metro College of Health and Research Centre,

• International Polytechnic for Women,

• KCC, Greater Noida,

• Galgotia College of Engineering and Technology,

• IIMT College of Engineering,

• Harlal Institute of Technology,

• Columbia Convent Institute,

• Noida Institute of Technology, Greater Noida;

• St. Thomas College of Education;

• DAV Institute of Management,

• PIIT, Greater Noida

• Accurate Institute of Technology, Greater Noida;

• Skyline Institute of Pharmacy

• Walson Institute of Management and Technology

Lloyd also invited and felicitated leading faculty members from different institutes like Rameesh, JIMS, Mangalmay, Father Agnel School, Sharda Universityto judge and ensure fairness in the selection of the winners

The event had a soul to it - vibrant, contagiously colourful and exuberant with mesmerising music, finger-licking-good street food and much more!

The carnival began with off stage events, which included poster making, rangoli, T-shirt painting, PUBG-war and off course our traditional, mehendi. The carnival progressed towards on-stage events amongst the hustle-bustle of the cheerful crowd and the events lined-up starting with the Ad-mad show, solo dance, group dance, solo singing and ended with the show stopper event - the fashion show!

Full of energy and dazzle event concluded with a quick award ceremony for all the winners of the day. The top ranking students of previous session were also awarded the annual scholarship cheques.

In the academic awards, Mittal Kumari, Akansha, Sanya Bhateja and Christina Joseph of Pharmacy received cheques of Rs. 10,000/- each for securing 1st position in the classes.

Km. Timple, Priyanka Dua, Nilay Nandi and Poonam received Rs. 5,000/- cheques for securing 2nd position.

Ritik Raj, Priyanka Gola, Saakshi and Naveda were 3rd in their classes, and received Rs. 3,000/- each as reward.

In the cultural events, Team from St. Thomas College won the 1st position in the Ad-Mad show, while the team from Lloyd was the runner up.

Neha Anwar & Neha of Lloyd won the Rangoli competition, while Sanam Tomer & Neha Sharma of Lloyd and Saipnali Payal & Deepali of JS(PG) College were joint runners up.

Aman Tiwari of GL Bajaj won the intensely fought PUBG war, while Ashish Pandey of Lloyd was the 1st runner up and Himanshu Singh, also of Lloyd, was the 2nd runner up.