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Integralites celebrate Joy of Multiculturism-Nigeria’s Independence Day Celebrations

Thousands of kilometers away from their motherland, Nigerian students seem to have set their amiable abode in their chosen institution.





The Happiness, comfort, and willingness to explore the cultural connections between the two countries made October 1st, the Nigerian Independence Day, an event to remember at the University campus, which radiated the warmth, discipline, and pride amongst the Integralite.
The Nigerian Independence Day was celebrated at the packed Central Auditorium with Head of departments, directors, teachers, and Integralites from various departments coming together for a power-packed infotainment show. Scores of these Nigerian students studying at Integral, pursuing various programs of study indulged in the traditional and cultural presentation entertaining and honoring the diversity, culture and the power of education.

The students treated their teachers and friends with exquisite African dance, traditional songs, poetry and drama performances and featured Parade.

The Nigerian film industry, Nollywood, has grown to become the second largest in the world in terms of the number of movies produced annually. Nigeria has been obsessed with Bollywood for decades, with the Indian films leaving a considerable cultural legacy which reflected at the highpoint of the function where a medley of the bollywood songs was gleefully performed by the ecstatic Nigerian students...

For these scores of International students, studying in Integral University, Lucknow has presented them with quality education, career benefits in their chosen professional fields, getting a wider knowledge regarding the diverse cultures of the human race and learning how the global trade dynamics work.


“Nigeria is not just Africa’s most populous nation, but also the most popular nation. We are known for Oil and our cosmopolitan cities are the melting pot of a variety of African, Asian and European culture, these are the days when we get the passion to bring out the best in our country and as students we get all the encouragement to do our best in study and help Nigeria flourish” expressed Aliyu, Abu Bakar, from Sokoto State, enrolled in B-tech at Integral.
Sagar Prakash, an Integralite, a part of the celebrations, expressed the fun yet informative side of such events. “Nigeria comprises of unique people, culture, and ethnicity with over 500 ethnic groups like Yoruba, Igbo, and Hausa”, I know it now through the skit presented by our fellow Nigerian students”, informed Sagar.

Growing and learning in such a multicultural environment gives these students, a greater understanding of others beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors. With this knowledge of others, Integralites will have a higher level of interpersonal and social skills. With the rich variety of lifestyles and beliefs engaged in the working world, future generations become more liberal in their approach to life, while becoming more united in their society.



More power to Modern Education and the budding Multicultural learning environment!!!