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Visit to Brail Bhavan- for Diwali Celebration

On 30th October, 2013 a group of 30 students accompanied by a MAIMS fraternity, visited the Brail Bhavan-Rohini (Blinds Institute) to celebrate DIWALI with them. There our students organized cultural activities and tried to involve blind students that makes them feel good. It was very well organized function , Blind students participated with great zeal and that smile on their face is a real joy for us. At the end a group of students distributed sweet boxes to them as a token of love.

Visit to Old age home- for Diwali Celebration

On 31st October,2013 again a group of 35 students accompanied by MAIMS fraternity, visited the Old-age home to celebrate Diwali with them. There our students were moved to see the pain on the faces of old people because of young generation and decided not to give such pains to their elders. Students performed dance on old songs and sang old songs which take them to their old days memories. This small gesture of students gave them a lots of happiness. Then students burst few crackers with them and distributed sweet boxes over there and at the end we all had tea together.

Social Initiative on Diwali in MAIMS

At MAIMS we take initiatives to celebrate every festival with great enthusiasm. On this Diwali MAIMS organized stalls from ANTERDRISHTI (organization of blind people) and ANTERKRANTI (organization of Tihar jail prisoners). They displayed the products made by blind people and prisoners on these stalls for sale. These stalls were displayed in the campus for two days dated 24th October and 25th October.
An overwhelming response came from teachers and students. They purchased lots of gift items from both the stalls. Items available on these stalls were decorated diyas, candles, incense sticks, soaps, face packs, heena and some eatables like biscuits and namkeens etc. This way it served both the purpose – celebration of the festival and helping the society, at large.
At MAIMS we try to give society best of human being and entrepreneurs, so students also put stalls of pasta salad , Nail Art and purses in the campus on those two days which motivated other students also to think out of box.
The Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management Studies has a socio-cultural society called MACS. Nav-Chetna club of MACS endeavors to contribute to the socio-cultural development process. This group arranges old clothes donation drive, stage street plays, visits to slum areas, orphanage and blind schools etc.

Rangoli Competition at MAIMS on Diwali

MAIMS organized a series of activities and this gave the right feel of festivity and excitement in the campus on the occasion of Diwali .
On 24th October, 2013 Rangoli and Diya decoration competition was held for students to give them an opportunity to display their creative and artistic talent. An overwhelming response was received from the students and there was participation from 34 teams in Rangoli competition and 8 in Diya decoration.

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