New Delhi, July 5, 2012: In an exemplary achievement, two students, namely Sakshi Narang and Sapna Chaudhary from Apeejay Stya University, Gurgaon represented India and showcased their creative design collections at a fashion show titled "Indian Fashion through the Ages". The fashion show was held at Atlanta, USA and was a part of the third USA-India Business Summit (UIBS) which organised the fashion show in partnership with Apeejay Stya University and Georgia College and State University, USA.

The two students showcased the three eras of fashion trends in India – ancient, medieval and contemporary, with a wide range of 54 garments astonishing Americans with their talent and startled the crowd with the Indian supremacy in fashion and style. The fashion show provided a platform to showcase various fashion genres of India where garments were designed by these students of Apeejay Stya University (ASU). ASU entered into a Bilateral Academic Exchange Programme with the Georgia College and State University, in Milledgeville, USA to undertake the collaborative effort.

"It is a matter of great pride and honour for not only Apeejay Stya University but the educationists all over the world to represent Indian culture and style at the largest business conference in South-East USA," said Mrs. Sushma Berlia, Co-founder and Chancellor, Apeejay Stya University.

"To match the standards of global market and establishment, it is important to liaison the gap among the global counterparts which is important for any market and so is for education. Apeejay understands the role of global participation and encourages its students to upgrade themselves as per the international norms while providing them platforms and motivation to stand ahead in the competitive world," she further added.

Third USA-India Business Summit (UIBS), the largest conference in the South-East USA that promotes business relations between USA and India, took place at June 21, 2012 at Atlanta, USA.