JIMS hosted a craft mela in collaboration with different NGOs.
Diwali is the most awaited festival of India. Everybody has its own style of celebrating this festival of lights. One such new method was explored by Jaganath Institute of Management Sciences (JIMS) Rohini on October 26, 2016.
An initiative which not only motivated students to do some good deeds this Diwali but also fuelled the aspirations of the NGOs who work for the betterment of society and take huge steps towards humanity.
By setting a crafts mela, Jims Rohini has set an example of instilling enthusiasms into the hearts and minds of the underprivileged considered under the respective NGOs.
Young students from different streams came forward and supported this initiative by buying handmade creative stuff from these stalls. There were 6 stalls in total each representing different section of society being supported by the respective NGOs. To name a few these were-
Society for participation integrated development:
- Astitva Foundation
- Samvedna Society for Special Children
- GRC Suvidha Kendra
- Bhart Natri Kalyan Perishat
- Action for Autism
Source: Chitrakshi Suneja, HTCampus Specialist
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