Everything from hospitality and bakery stations to pottery farms to digital artwork and educational companies have all come together to interest today's youth
After a week full of events, presentations, and many activities on the Skill Week 2022, the Skill Fest was held on the premises of the Ace Institute of Management. The Skill Week was held for the purpose of being a platform for youths to boost their insights, creativity and learn through a reality check world. 7 days were devoted to Skill Week to showcase to the young and bright about the accomplishment in the various sectors flourishing in the country.
Now, the Skill Fest is an opportunity for all those skills and activities of the week taught in the previous week to be put into action with stalls from many upcoming and already established companies looking for people with vigorous and new ideas and innovations as part of their workforce. Everything from hospitality and bakery stations to pottery farms to digital artwork and educational companies have all come together to interest today's youth in their endeavours and visions.
To complement it there were many exhibitions, talks, competitions, case study presentations of situations. There were also two human library sessions with skill learnings from two renowned individuals from Mr Nakkim Udin and Mr Gagan Pradhan coming at the topic through the lens of technology and tourism respectively. There were art competitions, cyber security skills, graphic design and much more.
In addition to this, there were a variety of fun games and other activities to immerse oneself in this Skill Fest. With games like Japanese hooker, Jenga, darts, there is much to enjoy in this event. There are also other activities like sungazing, biking, open mic and many other activities that complemented the Skill Fest with life and vigour.
All in all, this was an event that was fun and also served its function. With many students considering all the options of employment and additional training that were present in the stalls in Ace Institute of Management, even if they didn't find their calling in these events, had their skills refined or were made more aware about the aspects of finding a job or running a business through this event.
Text and Photos by: Samyak Dhar Tuladhar