XPPRESSIONS’23 – Annual Fest held at Bharati Vidyapeeth’s IMED


Pune : Policenama onlineBharati Vidyapeeth’s Institute Of Management and Entrepreneurship Development (IMED) | XPPRESSIONS’23 – Annual Fest held at Bharati Vidyapeeth’s Institute Of Management and Entrepreneurship Development( IMED).The inauguration held on 27 March 2023. The theme of the XPPRESSIONS 23 is JAMBOREE which is a GOA driven carnival. The idea of conducting XPPRESSIONS was conceived by Dr. Patangrao Kadam under the guidance of Dr. Sachin S Varnekar,Dean, Management Faculty Of Bharati Vidyapeeth and Director, IMED. (Bharati Vidyapeeth’s Institute Of Management and Entrepreneurship Development (IMED))


Manoj Daniel, DGM at MMI and TP, Maha Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. was chief guest. He promoted. entrepreneurship skills in students to open up the opportunity in the business world. He commended the student participation and an active organizing team.


Dr. Pravin Mane, Chief Coordinator, said ‘Every event requires planning, coordination and discipline. He appreciated the effort of the decoration team, discipline team and event heads who gave their best and made the first day of XPRESSIONS 23 successful.


The first day cherished the life of the campus as it had 15 different stalls of foods, jewelries, games and photo booth via Launchpad and CWTED. The Launchpad has merged with CWTED (community work through entrepreneurship development) this year to support the small vendors. Not only the students but faculties too enjoyed the Inauguration and Launchpad.


The objective of the first day of the XPPRESSIONS’23 is to build managerial qualities, decision making ability, creative and analytical skills in students. The IMED is celebrating 10 years of XPPRESSIONS which is student centered and student driven. The main objective of event is to create a positive and joyful environment where students are also getting exposure to entrepreneurship skills via Launchpad.



Launchpad 2023

IMED’s Launchpad is a unique activity where students of IMED showcase their entrepreneurial skills by exhibiting their products/services for sale.

This exhibit acts as a platform for students to test the feasibility and marketability of their products through which they get insights of starting their own startups.

This time 20 teams participated with a variety of products ranging from food, dry fruits, jewellery, photo booth, games and much more.

IMED has been always giving their students maximum exposure through many events and competitions to hone their entrepreneurial and management skills. This time IMED has also included their CWTED (Community Work through Entrepreneurship Development) vendors in the Launchpad.


CWTED is another unique activity of IMED where students help small street vendors viz; chaiwala, laundry, bike repairing etc, to enhance their business activity.

In this Launchpad, IMED’s five street vendors were given an opportunity to sell their products and earn profits. In the three days event, our students mentored these vendors in promoting, selling, maintaining cleanliness and hygiene while conducting their business activities.

The stalls received a great response wherein more than thousand customers visited them and enjoyed the offerings due to which the stalls were able to earn robust profits.


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