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XLRI Ensemble-Valhalla: Idea Summit urges to break stereotypes

Local Train mesmerises Jamshedpur

Jamshedpur, Nov. 2: It was another action filled day at the XLRI campus on the Day
2 of Ensemble Valhalla. The day started with various sports contingents from different institutes across the country contesting in Table Tennis, Basketball, and Athletics. On the management side, it was a
test of diplomacy of students as the Model United Nations (MUN) was held with students donning the hats of diplomats from various countries.

Also, the flagship operations event Helios tested the optimisation skills of the participants who tried to outwit each other. The cultural events started with the solo dance event, where the participants enthralled the audience with their performances.

Also, Kavishaala was conducted with the poignant poetry of the participants. �Meri Gully Mein�, the rap battle was also very well received by the crowd. The Future Leaders Program is being conducted for
school and college students from all over Jamshedpur to build their communication and leadership skills, with today�s session being conducted by Rajan Singh, former IPS officer and now entrepreneur.

The highlight of the day was the Idea Summit which saw a distinguished panel of eminent personalities like Dr Akash Khurana, Distinguished XLRI alumnus, actor, writer, management consultant, and
academician; Virali Modi, a motivational speaker and disability rights activist, Shishir Sharma, a veteran Bollywood, theatre, and Internet personality, and Varun Mahana, XLRI alumnus and founder
of Poker Dangal, addressing the students.

In line with the theme of this year�s edition of Ensemble-Valhalla �BREAK FREE�, they spoke about how to break stereotypes and emerge victorious in different fields. Their words resonated well with the audience who interacted well with them, thereby making it a highly engaging session.

Many more sports, cultural, and management events were held during the day.

The highly awaited performance of the rock band �The Local Train� mesmerised the audience at the Tata Auditorium. The day also saw a Poker Tournament, hosted by, from 10 PM to 4 AM.

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