The Event

GIHE Youth Fest is a mega event organized every year by GEMS Institute of Higher Education (GIHE) with the active involvement of the GIHE Student Council. This year, the event's fourth edition is getting even bigger with an expected audience of over 4000 and more new attractions for everyone. For the past four years, Youth Fest has been the representative event of GIHE where young students as well as people from all walks of life come together to witness the best in music, food and entertainment while making charitable contributions for a number of causes. So far, the....

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Music

Music has always been the main attraction of the event. A wide range of A-list bands and artists have given some unforgettable headline performances at the Youth Fest over the last four years. In addition to the headliner acts, the audience will also get to experience some promising young talents from GIHE's pool of gifted performers.

Food

This pavilion will serve some of the most popular Nepali fast food like Mo:mo, Chowmein, Barbeque, Bakery items, Ice-cream, Chats, Panipuri, Dosa and local Newari cuisines to suit the local taste buds.

Entertainment

Realizing the popularity of the renowned game paint-ball, it will be organized this year as in the previous fests. Bingo is going to be another exciting event, which will enchant the entire audiences as in the past. The increasing demand for field events like futsal, 3 on 3 basketball and many more fun games will add extra excitement to the entertainment pavilion.

Serving the community through GIHE Youth Fest

As a first class educational institution, GIHE is committed to inculcating values of morality and responsibility in its students through acts of social service. GIHE Youth Fest is more than just an entertainment fiesta.

GIHE Visit ‘The Orphan....

A group of eleven students from GEMS lnstitute of Higher Education, accompanied by the Plus Two Coordinator paid a visit to the orphanage called 'The Orphans Homes' located at Saibu-3, Lalitpur on December 25, 2013. The purpose of the visit was to share Christmas mid-day dinner with the orphans and to know about their upkeep in the orphanage. The cost of the special dinner was....

Donations to the Pashupati Elderly....

On April 27, 2014 students of GCE A Level and Plus Two with the team from College Management visited ‘Pashupati Elderly Home’ where two hundred and thirty five old residents were presented with a bed sheet and a pillow cover. The fund for the cause was generated from the GIHE Youth Fest 2014 organized by GIHE Student Council, sponsored by UTS In-search and supported by....

Blankets donated to The Orphan Home,....

Tuesday, 26th August 2014, Bhaisepati – A group of 16 students representing each section of the +2 and A Level departments visited The Orphan Home in Bhaisepati to donate 40 blankets and Rs 20,000 as promised to the orphanage founder Mrs Rita Rai.

The blankets had been purchased with funds collected during the GIHE Youth Fest 2014 under the students'....