Christmas Party Celebration Start in Students
To Welcome the New Year in style and to celebrate the spirit of Christmas, the students of Inter National Institute of Fashion Design (INIFD), Sector-8, Chandigarh organized theme based Christmas party today.
After having a great time at Xmas celebrations with the students of Blind School and people of Orphanage, its time to pull up socks for INIFD Chandigarh Students to celebrate their fun – filled Christmas Party. INIFD students were dressed up in self designed attires as per the MERRY theme – ‘CHRISTMAS’. Students of INIFD enthusiastically participated in the X-MAS celebration and decorated the venue in the eternal colours of Christmas - White ‘n’ Red with dashes of green. INIFD, sector-8 students made handmade cutouts of beautiful Santa Caps, golden and silver bells, vibrant stars, pretty mistletoes, golden lights and innovative stockings to create the true Christmas Eve atmosphere by using their imagination and creative talent. The highlight was a huge backdrop showing the arrival of Santa on his famous sledge at midnight. All these truly helped in creating the ambience for the Christmas bash. The entire hall was ornamented with a huge Christmas tree, beautifully decorated with vibrant knick-knacks and gifts.
The arrival of Santa Claus and distribution of gifts added to the festive spirits. The students of INIFD Sector 8 danced to festive tunes rendered by DJ. Dressed in ‘Red n White’ (the colors of Christmas) with bits of green thrown in to compliment the matching accessories, students celebrated Christmas in its true spirit. INIFD Students gave a wonderful dance performance on popular Bollywood numbers to further add on to the gusto of celebration. The Party witnessed games and contests. Prizes were given to the winners of best Dancer- Male & Female, Best dressed- Male & Female, Best dressed Faculty, Winners of Musical Chairs Game.
Everyone enjoyed the XMAS bash to the utmost and wanted it to continue forever, but all the good things have to end sometime, therefore, they all hugged and wished each other a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, as the institute would be re-opening on 2nd January, 2014.