Rotaract Club


Slogan Writing Competition on Removal of Single-Use Plastic

A slogan writing competition was organized at JIMS Kalkaji on the theme ‘Removal of Single-Use Plastic’ on 16th October 2019. The students created inspirational slogans to discourage the use of plastic. The slogans were presented creatively on chart papers with the help of drawings and calligraphy.

Rangoli Making Competition on Swachh Bharat

The NSS Wing of JIMS Kalkaji organized a Rangoli making Competition on 14th October 2019 for the students on the theme of Swachh Bharat. The students made beautiful rangoli to promote the idea of Clean India. Through their creativity the students successfully promoted the campaign of Swachh Bharat. They participated enthusiastically to make the event successful


Launching the Poshan Maah (nutrition month) 2019, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said that the 'Eat Right India' movement takes a holistic approach towards food habits to promote health and sustainability. The minister added “The 'Green Good Deeds', a campaign to protect environment and promote healthy living, has found global acceptance, and the 'Eat Right India' movement is also set to become a global best practice with the support of national and international stakeholders,"
The Poshan Abhiyaan was launched on 8 March 2018 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to affirm the government’s commitment towards eradicating all forms of malnutrition. This ambitious program, architected by Niti Aayog, was woven together using 7 key components: convergence, technology, grievance redressal, training and capacity building, behavioural change and communication (BCC), innovations, incentives.
The NSS Wing of JIMS Kalkaji also contributed to this noble campaign by conducting a street play to create awareness about healthy eating habits and physical fitness. This activity was carried out in the Kalkaji locality on 3rd of October. The event came out to be a great success and even the audience supported and encouraged their enthusiasm.


Street Play Conducted on Gandhi Ji’s Life

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was an eminent freedom activist and an influential political leader who played a dominant role in India's struggle for independence. Gandhi is known by different names, such as Mahatma (a great soul), Bapuji (endearment for father in Gujarati) and Father of the Nation. Every year, his birthday is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti, a national holiday in India, and also observed as the International Day of Nonviolence.
Mahatma Gandhi, as he is most commonly referred to, was instrumental in liberating India from the clutches of the British. With his unusual yet powerful political tools of Satyagraha and non-violence, he inspired several other political leaders all over the world including the likes of Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr and Aung San Suu Kyi. Gandhi, apart from helping India triumph in its fight for independence against the English, also led a simple and righteous life, for which he is often revered. Gandhi's early life was pretty much ordinary, and he became a great man during the course of his life. This is one of the main reasons why Gandhi is followed by millions, for he proved that one can become a great soul during the course of one’s life, should they possess the will to do so. 

To mark the celebration of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the NSS Wing of JIMS Kalkaji presented a street play in the Kalkaji locality on 11th October 2019 depicting Gandhiji’s life. A group of 24 students were involved in play. They were able to gather substantial audience for the play and it was quite a success.



Pad Yatra is a journey undertaken by politicians or prominent citizens to interact more closely with different parts of society, educate about issues concerning them, and galvanize his or her supporters. Pada Yatras or 'Foot pilgrimages' are also Hindu religious pilgrimages undertaken towards sacred shrines or pilgrimage sites. Mahatma Gandhi originated the pad yatra with his famous Salt March to Dandi in 1930. In the winter of 1933-34, Gandhi went on a countrywide pad yatra against untouchability Later, Gandhian Vinoba Bhave also started a pad yatra, which was part of his Bhoodan Movement in 1951. Starting from Telangana region, Bhave concluded his Pad yatra at >Bodh Gaya.On 6 January 1983. Chandra Shekhar started his pad yatra from Kanyakumariand continued his 4260 km journey to Raj Ghatin Delhi till 25 June1983 to understand the problems of masses. The purpose of doing the Pad Yatra journey is that it sets up an example for the rest of the world to build our relationship to nature as well as with different sections of the society. With this objective in mind, the NSS wing of JIMS Kalkaji organized a Pad Yatra in Kalkaji Locality on 9th October 2019 to create awareness about Gandhian Ideologies of truth, non-violence, swaraj, etc. Students participated enthusiastically and made the event a success


No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another
Humanity is the treasure of a happy society. In a society peace shall not prevail unless we are humane to one another. Donation is an act of humanity. A donation is a gift for charity, humanitarian aid, or to benefit a cause. A donation may take various forms, including money, alms, services, or goods such as clothing, toys, food, or vehicles.

The Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji dedicated an entire week to this noble cause starting from 3th of October to 7th of October. The items included for the contribution were books, clothes, stationery, blankets etc. All the students came forward and generously contributed to make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate. All the items contributed by the students were directly donated to the people living in slum area on 10th of October.

There are millions of people in the world who are worse of than we are at any one time. Many of these folk have problems that are not their fault or are beyond their ability to prevent or change. Humans are a social animal and the best way for mankind to advance is by helping those who are unable to help themselves. We have a responsibility to care for other people, to help those less fortunate than ourselves. When we have some spare cash, time or goods, it is an opportunity to help out.



The International Day of Older Persons is observed on October 1. Each year. The day is a special one for older people and senior citizens around the world. You may find officials and politicians making speeches that focus on this growing section of the population, at this time of the year. The media will also take this as an opportunity to publish interviews. Many of which will be with older persons who have had an impact on society. Schools, public institutions and office buildings will also use the day for announcing activities that promote older persons.
To mark his day the students of NSS committee visited Guru Vishram Vridh Ashram, Badarpur and interacted with the people living there. The students performed on old songs, played musical instruments and also conducted games for the elderly. The students also engaged in interesting conversations with the elders and learnt about some of their life stories. All in all, the visit was fruitful for both the students and the elderly.


Declamation Competition

Declamation is an artistic form of public speaking. It is a dramatic oration designed to express through articulation, emphasis and gesture the full sense of the text being conveyed.

It is basically re- delivering an already popular speech or it can be a speech on any important topic as well which is inspired from a popular speech. It is inspired by the original speech but the orator may include his unique thoughts, as well.

The NSS Club of JIMS Kalkaji conducted Declamation Competition Gandhian Ideologies on 30th September, 2019 . The purpose is to have the student directly experience the power of masterfully crafted language through their interpretation of the techniques and skills . The main focus is   to inculcate in our students the skill of public speaking and the ability to address the audience with confidence and enthusiasm.


Awareness Rally on Gandhian Ideologies

In a gentle way, u can shake the world- Mahatma Gandhi
Mahatma Gandhi is revered the world over as one of history’s most transformative and inspirational figures. Throughout his life in South Africa and India, Gandhi was a fearless campaigner for the rights and dignity of all people, whose constant and unwavering promotion of non-violence as a tool to win over hearts and minds has forever left its mark on the world. However, the man known today for his calm, courage and compassion in the face of oppression was not always comfortable before the crowds.
Over time, Gandhi managed not only to overcome his fears, but to turn them to his advantage. His unease at speaking made him an excellent listener, whose humility and empathy allowed him to channel the dreams and aspirations of the masses. His hesitancy with words taught him the power of saying more with less — and today, these words, inflected with the heart and wisdom that have made him an international icon, continue to inspire countless millions across the globe.
Though he is not around us anymore, yet his thoughts and ideologies inspire many around the globe as they continue to be as relevant today as they were around a century ago. Keeping the relevance of his ideologies in mind, the NSS club of JIMS Kalkaji conducted an awareness rally on 30th Sept 2019in the Kalkaji locality to awaken the people to Gandhian thoughts. The students shouted slogans and displayed posters exhibit Gandhian philosophies and ideas. The event turned out to be a great success and all the members contributed their best.

Slogan Writing Competition

This year, we as proud citizen of India, are celebrating Gandhiji’s 150th birth anniversary. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, (2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was an Indian lawyer, anti-colonial nationalist, and political ethicist who employed nonviolent resistance to lead the successful campaign for India's independence from British Rule, and in turn inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. He was the man who with his values and principles got all the citizens of India freed from the British rule. It is indeed a great honour for all of us to be celebrating this auspicious occasion.
To mark this event, the NSS Club of JIMS Kalkaji organized a slogan writing competition. The theme for the event was ‘Gandhian Ideologies and Philosophies’. The activity was conducted on 27th September 2019 in all the classes of the campus. Students participated enthusiastically in the competition. It turned out to be a great success.

Competition on Gandhian Ideologies

Gandhian philosophy is certainly a universal and timeless philosophy, despite the fact that on the more superficial level it is set in the Indian social contexts. It is also compatible with the view that human kind is undergoing gradual moral evolution. It is a double-edged weapon whose objective is to transform the individual and society simultaneously, in accordance with the principles of truth and non-violence. Gandhi's philosophy also has much in common with several western philosophies which uphold the ideal of a more just and equitable society.

For Gandhi, the process of change was very important which must be ethical, nonviolent and democratic giving rights to all minorities. Once we realize this, we realize the essence of Gandhism and realize that it would be wrong to premise that Gandhism is dead in the world. Gandhism today is alive and active. In fact, today there is hardly any country in the world where some activities are not going on along Gandhian lines. There are very few countries in the world where something or the other is not being done, achieved or organized in the name of Gandhi. In short, there is a global non-violent awakening and awareness after Gandhi. The name of Mahatma Gandhi transcends the bounds of race, religion and nation-states, and has emerged as the prophetic voice of the twenty-first century.
Given the relevance of Gandhian ideology in the present day and age, it is important that we teach our generation about his thought and philosophies. Therefore, as part of an NSS activity, JIMS Kalkaji organized classroom lectures on Gandhian ideologies. These lectures focused on philosophies like Non-violence, Satyagraha, Trusteeship, Sarvodaya and Swadeshi. The lectures were conducted on 27th September 2019 in all classes. Students actively participated and learnt substantially through these lectures. 

Competition on Gandhian Ideologies

Gandhism is a body of ideas that describes the inspiration, vision and the life work of Mohandas Gandhi. It is particularly associated with his contributions to the idea of nonviolent resistance, sometimes also called civil resistance. Gandhian philosophy is a double-edged weapon. Its objective is to transform the individual and society simultaneously, in accordance with the principles of truth and nonviolence. Thus, truth and non-violence are the two pillars of Gandhism.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, also known as the Father of Nation, played a stellar role in India's freedom struggle. Thinker, statesman and nationalist leader, Mahatma Gandhi not only led his own country to independence but also influenced political activists of many persuasions throughout the world with his methods and philosophy of nonviolent confrontation, or civil disobedience. If he had wanted, Gandhi could have lived a very comfortable life as a lawyer. Instead he devoted it to prayer, fasting and meditation.
The Gandhian philosophies of truth, non-violence, swadeshi, sarvodaya and trusteeship are completely relevant and applicable in the present-day dog-eat-dog world. With this view in mind, the NSS Club of JIMS Kalkaji organized a competition on Gandhian Ideologies on 26th Sept 2019 wherein the students shared their views on the present-day applicability of the Gandhian Ideologies through an article. The competition was a great success as students participated enthusiastically.


Poster Making Competition on the topic “Impact of Fast Food and Packaged Food Items on Health”
“Let food be thy medicine, the medicine shall be thy food.”

Good eating habits are the key in maintaining and improving our health regardless of age, gender, occupation, or location. Of course, staying active plays an important role in our life, but eating the wrong kind or quantity of food could jeopardize our health. Therefore, having good eating habits are far more important than just staying active to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The best eating habits that you can develop are the ones that allow you to enjoy what you eat, and at the same time provide you with a balanced diet and good variety of wholesome food.
Nowadays, people are suffering from many serious health problems such as heart attack, obesity, anorexia and so on. All these diseases are a result of imbalance in diet. However, the rapid rise of health problems has made the public more concerned about their health. As a result, the government and private sectors have come up with multiple ways to create awareness on the importance of proper eating habits to overcome health problems.
In the view of all these problem NSS Wing of JIMS Kalkaji organised a poster making competition on the topic ‘Impact of Fast Food and Packaged Food Items on Health’ on 25th September 2019. The activity was a part of POSHAN MAAH ABHIYAN initiated by the Prime Minister on 8th March, 2019. The students actively participated in the competition and helped make it a success.


World Literacy Day

The NSS Club of Jims Kalkaji celebrated the World Literacy Day on 9 of September 2019. Education is the most powerful weapon with which one can change the world. All the members of the club went to the Uday Foundation in Adchini village, Haus Khas. 
Uday Foundation is most trusted nonprofit and non government organization in India working on health, care for homeless and disaster relief.
All the members of NSS club distributed around 1203 books to the foundation. The event came out be a great success. The management staff also contributed and made this a successful event and they appreciated the efforts. The students received the receipt of the same and the Letter of Appreciation.

Blood Donation

A blood donation camp was organised by the Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji on 4th Sept 2019 in association with Rotary Nirvana. The students donated blood. They also received certificates and gifts.

National Sports Day-Fit India Movement

On 29th August 2019 the students of NSS Wing on the occasion of National Sports Day viewed the live coverage of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modis'S Fit India Movement and also took pledge to remain healthy.

Tree Plantation

The NSS Club of JIMS Kalkaji organised a plantation drive at RWA East of Kailash on 28th August 2019 to create awareness about the environment . The students planted 51 trees. The Event was attended by Ms Shikha Rai-Leader BJP, Mr K K Khanna -President RWA and DR Rashmi Bhatia -Programme Director.

Food Distribution

On the occasion of Janmashtmi ,the Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji oraganised a food distribution on 23rd August 2019. The studentsdistributed Food at Sudhar Camp, a slum at kaljai locality.

There is a Chinese saying that goes: “If you want happiness for an hour, take a nap. If you want happiness for a day, go fishing. If you want happiness for a year, inherit a fortune. If you want happiness for a lifetime, help somebody.” For centuries, the greatest thinkers have suggested the same thing: Happiness is found in helping others.
We, at JIMS, Kalkaji firmly believe in the idea of serving the community we live in. Therefore, the NSS wing of JIMS Kalkaji organized a food distribution camp on the auspicious occasion of Janamashtmi, the birth of Lord Krishna.
Janamashtmi is a very widely celebrated festival of India. The idea behind distributing food on this occasion was to celebrate the auspicious day with the most needy section of the society and to bring a smile on everyone’s faces. As Leo Tolstoy once said- The sole meaning of life is to serve humanity.
The event was organized on 24th of August in the Sudhar Camp, Kalkaji. Members of the NSS club enthusiastically participated in making the event a success.


Swachhata Activity’ Conducted to Celebrate 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi

“A clean India would be the best tribute India could pay to Mahatma Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary in 2019,” said Shri Narendra Modi as he launched the Swachh Bharat Mission at Rajpath in New Delhi. On 2nd October 2014, Swachh Bharat Mission was launched throughout length and breadth of the country as a national movement. The campaign aims to achieve the vision of a ‘Clean India’ by 2nd October 2019.
On the behalf of this campaign the NSS wing of JIMS kalkaji took a great initiative to perform a cleanliness drive in one of the village areas adopted by them on 21st of august 2019. All the members of NSS club joined their hands together and wholeheartedly participated in this drive and contributed in the most significant cleanliness drive started by our government. Swatch movement has turned into a national movement. With citizens now becoming active participants in cleanliness activities across the nation, the dream of a ‘Clean India’ once seen by Mahatma Gandhi has begun to take a shape. With great enthusiasm and encouragement all the NSS members of JIMS kalkaji were able to make this event a great success.


Sadbhawna Diwas / Harmony Day

On 20th August 2019 a poetry competition was organised on the Occasion of Sadhbhawna Diwas. Students recited poems on the topic Harmony.Sadbhawna Diwas/ Harmony day is observed on August 20 every year in remembrance of the youngest Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi.
Paying homage to his memory and legacy, on 20th August 2019, a Poem Recitation on the Topic - Harmony, took place in each and every class.The event started with one representative quoting a great quote on Harmony: "He who lives in harmony with himself lives in harmony with the universe".  Pranshu Gupta-B Com III M bagged the best poem reciter award.

Independence Day Celebration at JIMS, Kalkaji (NSS CLUB,BBA/B.COM(H))

Thousands laid down their lives so that our country can celebrate this day. Never forget their sacrifices.     Happy Independence Day.
15th August is celebrated as the Independence Day in India to commemorate its freedom from the 200-year-old British government. To celebrate this auspicious occasion of 73rd Independence Day, NSS Club of JIMS Kalkaji conducted a workshop on 14th August, 2019 at Govt Boys Sr Sec School, Kalkaji
A skit was performed by the students of NSS Club of JIMS, Kalkaji where they addressed the audience about the real meaning of Independence and what Independence meant to our great freedom fighters.  
The audience included students, their teachers and the management staff. The event started with the parade followed by the ceremony of flag hoisting by the Principal of the school, followed by the skit performed by the students of NSS Club. The skit was all about our great freedom fighters Mahatma Gandhi, Mangal Pandey and Rani Lakshmi Bai about their life, their sacrifices for our country and how much freedom meant for them. The skit showcased the struggles of these freedom fighters for the independence of their motherland. In the skit they highlighted the important events in the lives of these freedom fighters.  
The event was a great success as all the participants put in a great effort to make the skit a success. The purpose of the skit was to make these young minds aware of the sacrifices behind the freedom they are currently enjoying. 
The event came to a conclusion through a small quiz section conducted by the NSS Club members on our freedom fighters where kids were awarded with chocolates on every right answer. 
The kids and the school management thoroughly enjoyed the event. The students of NSS Club of JIMS Kalkaji were awarded with a  Letter of Appreciation for their efforts .


On 9th August 2019, the NSS club of JIMS Kalkaji conducted an awareness march in Kalkaji area in order to celebrate Quit India Movement (Bharat Chhodo Andolan).The Quit India Movement, also known as August Movement, was a movement launched at the Bombay session of the All-India Congress Committee by Mahatma Gandhi on 8 August 1942, during World War II, demanding an end to British Rule of India.
An awareness march was conducted in remembrance of this day on 9th August 2019 focusing on all the social evils that exists in our nation and took the step to address the people to kill these evils and to lead a safe life. Social evils are unspiritual social practices in the society which ruin the country’s development. A special focus was made to promote make in India which happens to solve many of the social issues brimming in India.

 “Ignorance is the mother of all evils.”
So, there is a need to create awareness among the people of India and only this could end all the evil practices in the society. Therefore the members of the NSS/Rotract club prepared banners of corruption, harassment, child labour, malnutrition, poverty, women empowerment, right to education, and make in india and shouted slogans on the streets of kalkaji colony. Even after getting freedom 73 years back India specifically Delhi, being the capital of the country, is not at all safe for its women even in the daylight.Quit India Movement was a movement which demanded the end of British rule, and the march was conducted by the members of the club demanded an end to all these social evils

Painting Competition on 6th August 2019

In a condolence message sent by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose to Mahatma Gandhi on the sad demise of Kasturba Gandhi he wrote “...........Nobody would be happier than ourselves if by any chance our countrymen at home should succeed in liberating themselves through their own efforts or by any chance, the British Government accepts your `Quit India' resolution and gives effect to it. We are, however proceeding on the assumption that neither of the above is possible and that a struggle is inevitable. Father of our Nation, in this holy war for India's liberation, we ask for your blessings and good wishes.” The above message proves Netaji’s reverence and warm feelings towards Gandhiji whom he addressed as ‘The Father of the Nation'. Gandhiji is indeed the Father of this proud nation. 
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, (2nd October, 1869  - 30th January, 1948) was an Indian lawyer, anti-colonial nationalist, and political ethicist who employed nonviolent resistance to lead a successful campaign for India's independence from British Rule, and in turn inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. His principles and values lead the countrymen till date. This year marks the 150th birth anniversary of the great leader. It is a matter of great pride for all Indians to be celebrating this auspicious occasion.
To mark this occasion, the NSS club of JIMS Kalkaji, organized a painting competition on 6th August, 2019. The theme of the competition was ‘Gandhi Ji’s Life’. A number of students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm in the competition. Some selected paintings are shown below:

Quiz on Gandhi

August is the month for patriotism. Patriotism or national pride, the feeling of love, devotion and sense of attachment to a homeland and alliance with other citizens who share the same sentiment. 

The NSS Wing of JIMS Kalkaji started the month by conducting a quiz on 2nd August, 2019 on the topic Gandhian Philosophy. 

Gandhian ideology is a double edged weapon. It is not only simultaneously political, moral and religious; it is also traditional and modern, simple and complex. It embodies numerous Western influences to which Gandhiji was exposed, but is rooted in ancient Indian culture harnessing universal moral & religious principles. 
The quiz was conducted in every class where the students were very enthusiastic and took an active participation and made the initiative a huge success. 



On 26 July 2019, the Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji along with Ladies Circle India, a non-political and non-sectarian organization conducted a workshop on the topic Hair For Hope at JIMS Kalkaji.It is an initiative which aims at encouraging the community at large to come together and unite in the fight against cancer by donating a part of their hair and which can actually bring a smile to a chemo patient. 
The session was started by a welcoming speech by the Director General, Dr. Satish Seth. Further the volunteers of Ladies Circle India addressed the students about their organization and the purpose behind the initiative. 
The event saw a massive enthusiasm from the volunteers, who came forward and donated their hair for about 12 inches. This came as a great support and concern for the cancer patients as hair loss is often one of the most distressing side effects and lowers the self esteem of sufferers, making them withdraw into a shell!.The donors also narrated their motivation behind donating their hairs. One of the donors also offered to bear the cost of 5 wigs for the cancer patients. Donating our hairs is not much a task for us but rather it is going to bring the lost confidence of some cancer patient. The volunteers also shared about the points one needs to keep in mind in case if they want to donate their hairs. 
The session was concluded by the speech of the ACP of Ladies Club of India wherein they thanked the Rotaractors & students for their active participation. Lastly, the event coverage was by DD News. 

World Youth Skill Day

On the occasion of World Youth Skill Day on 15th July 2019, the NSS Wing of JIMS Kalkaji organised an article writing competition for bthe students on the topic Learning to learn and work

World Population Day

On the occssion of World Population Day on 11th July 2019, an Article writing session was kept for the Faculty and Staff to discuss the problem of Overpopulation in countries like India

International Yoga Day

The NSS Club of JIMS Kalkaji conducted a session on Yoga and Mediatation on 21-06-2019. The session comprised of trainers from Ministry of Ayush.(New Delhi)

World Day Against Child Labour 2019

BBA/BCom (H) NSS wing of JIMS Kalkaji, observed “World Day Against Child Labour” and conducted an Article Writing Competition on Wednesday, 12th June 2019 for Faculty & Staff.
This year’s theme is 'Children shouldn’t work in fields, but on dreams'.

World Environment Day

BBA/BCom (H) NSS wing of JIMS Kalkaji celebrated World Environment Day. 
Beat Air Pollution is this year’s theme and has been chosen by the host country in a bid to take on the global crisis of Air Pollution. UN Environment states that approximately 7 million people worldwide die prematurely each year from air pollution, with about 4 million of these deaths occurring in the Asia-Pacific region.
Air pollution is a huge problem every country is facing today. The silent killer, both outside and inside the home, is responsible for the premature death of 7 million people each year globally, including 600,000 children, according to a UN expert on the environment and human rights.
Therefore in tune with Ministry of Environment  recently launching a song ‘Hawa Aane De”, at JIMS Kalkaji BBA/BCom (H) department, Prof.(Dr.) Rashmi Bhatia, Programme Director, and Ms Aditi Joshi have initiated an “ADOPT  A PLANT”  activity on 6th June 2019 for faculty and Staff. All BBA/BCom (H) faculty & staff had to adopt a plant and kept it on their desk and take good care of it thereafter.

Poster Making Competition

BBA/BCom (H) NSS wing of  JIMS Kalkaji observed “World No Tobacco Day” on 31st May 2019. A poster making competition was organized on the topic “Ill Effects of Tobacco”. Students, Faculty and staff participated in the event wholeheartedly and made the event triumphant.

“Anti-litter, Don’t be bitter, Stop this litter”

A cleanliness drive was organized by the Rotaract Club of JIMS, Kalkaji on 12th April’ 2019 i.e. Friday. The drive was conducted in the college premises.Rotaract cleanliness ambassadors took rounds of the campus picking up the trash so as to spread awareness about the importance of cleanliness in our daily lives.The Rotaract Club students believe that a clean campus is a healthy campus.Following are the glimpses of the drive:

Earth Day

The Rotarct Club of JIMS Kalkaji celebrated Earth Day to save the planet and make it abetter place to live. The students conducted a poster making competition and an undertaking was also signed to ban plastics in the campus

          Guest Lecture on the Climate Change             

A Guest Lecture on the topic Climate Change: Science Impact and Solutions was held in the auditorium of JIMS, Kalkaji on 12th April, 2019 by Mr.A B Rakesh Kamal. He started the lecture by telling us about how The Climate Change Project was started and that there is wide opportunities in green skills and green jobs.

Martyr's Day

The students of Rotaract club of JIMS Kalkaji conducted a class discussion on the scarifices of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev on 22-3-2019.The discussion was done to recollect the sacrifices andsequence of events that lead to India getting Independence

Placard making and discussion on Women's Day

The Rotaract Club Of JIMS Kalkaji organised a placard making and discussion on Women's Day. The activity was done across all classes on 08-03-2019. The Girls were asked to raise placard on the Topic Breaking Steorotypes and the boys were asked to speak on the topic. Students participated with full enthusiasm.

Basant Panchmi Celebration

Students participated at RWA, Govindpuri. The Rotactors staged a play on Social Awareness. Students also took part in Mono Act and singing.Students got the letter of appreciation for the event.

Article writing Competition

An article writing competition was organized by the Rotaract Club on the occasion of the 70 th Republic Day .The topic was 'Constitution as the Supreme Law of Land." The students participated in large numbers. The articles were evaluated by the in house panel.Students got prize as following:

Ist - Yashika Madan (B Com VI M)

II nd - Mansi Agarwal (B Com IV E) &Dhruv Rastogi (BBA IV E)

IIIrd- Laxmi Gupta (B Com IV M)

Blood Donation Campaign

An Annual blood donation camp was organized by the Rotatry Club of Delhi, Nirvana and Rotary Blood Camp at JIMS Kalkaji on 12th November 2018. The students and staff of JIMS Kalkaji participated in large numbers.

Anti Fire Crackers Nukkad Natak

The students organized a Nukkad Natak on the theme Anti Fire Cracker on 01-11-2018 at Nehru Place Market , New Delhi. The students educated the ill effects of burning crackers and also advocated the idea of celebrating Diwali with diyas, love, mirth and sweets.

Eco Club Activity- Nukkad Natak at MTNL, Perfect Health Mela

The students of the Eco Club of JIMS Kalkaji  participated in the Nukkad Natak at 25th MTNL Perfect Health Mela 2018,  which was held at Talkatora Indoor Stadium, New Delhi. The event was a 5 day event from 23 October 2018 to 27 October 2018 and is hosted by Heart Care Foundation of India wherein  free health check up stalls were also put up for the general public.   The event started at 11 am .  The students participated enthusiastically in the Nukkad Natak and showcased the various environmental issues. Our students won the 3 rd prize and  were awarded with certificate of participation.  

Rashtriya Ekta Diwas

Rashtriya Ekta Diwas was celebrated in JIMS Kalkaji on 31 October 2018. The students held discussions on the topic United we stand and Divided we fall.Discussions were held in each class and studentswere enlightened about the importance of unity and how it can be upheld in current times.

Class Skit on “Importance of cleanliness”

During the observance of Swachhta Pakhwada, class skits were performed by students on 07th September, 2018 to make their fellow classmates aware of the importance of cleanliness and hygiene. Real life incidents and appropriate dramatization was used to spread the message that was sought to be delivered- cleanliness is the most important virtue everyone of us should inculcate as a habit and a way of life.

Following is the class wise list of students who presented the class skit:



Name of the student



Rohan Sharma, Udai Arora, Tarun Kumar, Ishan Mehta


B.Com. I M

Kirat Dhawan, M. Benison Abraham, Anon G. Binu



Samriddh, Rashi Singla, Haaris Shah, Rithika Anand



Himanshu Sharma, Abhishek Shankar, Akshay Kumar, Laxmi Gupta



Danny Kapur, Gouri Sahni, Divya Malik


B.Com V M

Shubham Sharma, Akhil Prasad, Rajan Singh Latwal



Karuna Singh, Deeksha Walecha, Aayush, Muskaan


B.Com I E

Kunal chaudhary, Vasu Nagpal, Mridhanshu Nayar



Rohan Kandari, Shubham Singla, Atishaya Khanna, Kshitija Kaushik



Sourabh Kumar, Akash Dhyani, DIvyanshu Sahai



Aman Rashmi, Adhish Anand, Arpit Gupta


B.Com V E

Arpit Pradhan, Rohit Shrivastava



While observing Swachhta Pakhwada, Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji conducted a litter free campus campaign on 4th September, 2018. The cleanliness ambassadors took rounds to clean the campus to make it litter free and clean.
A team of 14 Rotaractors were appointed as cleanliness ambassadors. Following are their names:

  1. Atishaya Khanna (BBA III E)
  2. Kshitija Kaushik (BBA III E)
  3. Surabhhi Sen Gupta (B.Com. V M)
  4. Ameen Ahmad (B.Com. V M)
  5. Tarushi (BBA V E)
  6. Dipesh Tuteja (BBA V E)
  7. Shivil Mullick (BBA V E)
  8. Siddharth Yadav (B.Com. V E)
  9. Naveen Kumar Tiwari (B.Com. V E)
  10. Avichal Saini (B.Com. V E)
  11. Raman Singh Chauhan (B.Com. V E)
  12. Naman Papreja (B.Com. V E)
  13. Prateek Joshi (B.Com. V E)
  14. Aayush Dhamija (BBA I M)

Papers and wrappers were picked up from the classrooms and thrown into the dustbin. Canteen was found as the most littered area but it was considerably clean as compared to past drives, it was cleaned with the help of the house-keeping staff. In addition to this, computer labs, faculty rooms and library were also checker for littering.

Inaugration of Sanitary Napkin Machine at KV Badarpur

Rotaract club of JIMS Kalkaji in collaboration with Rotary Club of Delhi Nirvana conducted a workshop on 27th August 2018 at Kendriya Vidyalaya, Badarpur with full enthusiasm.
Mr. Manpreet Singh, Advisory member Aam Admi Party &
Former President Deshbandhu College and
RJ at 91.1 FM - Ginnie were the Chief Guests for the day. Mrs. Manvi Gupta, better half of the Hon'ble Chairman of JIMS Kalkaji Dr. Amit Gupta, graced the occasion with her benign presence. Together all the guests inaugurated the sanitary napkins vending machine installed in the school. Also as a part of the ongoing green initiative by JIMS, Kalkaji 100 saplings were planted in total.
JIMS Kalkaji Rotaractors were appreciated for their hardwork and dedication by creating awareness about the hygiene issues faced by most of the women in the country.


Poshan Maah

The Poshan Abhiyaan was launched on 8 March 2018 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to affirm the government’s commitment towards eradicating all forms of malnutrition. This ambitious program,    architected by Niti Aayog, was woven together using 7 key components: convergence, technology, grievance redressal, training and capacity building, behavioural change and communication, innovations, incentives.
The entire month of September is celebrated as the 'Rashtriya Poshan Maah' and the theme for this year is Complimentary Feeding. It is a multi- ministerial convergence mission with the vision to address malnutrition with a targeted approach by 2022.
The NSS Wing of JIMS Kalkaji took an initiative to educate the young talents about the Importance of staying fit, as they will be the ones shaping the future of our nation. As part of observing Poshan Mah , the NSS Wing started the event by conducting a classroom discussion on the topic “Eating Disorders, Lack of physical exercise and Importance of balanced diet “.
 Your food choices each day affect your health — how you feel today, tomorrow, and in the future.
Good nutrition is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle.
The event was observed by having a discussion in each and every class about the eating disorders, importance of physical activity, and the need for staying health. Students came up and gave ideas on leading a healthy lifestyle through balanced diet and physical activity. After the discussion the faculty counseled them about the adverse effect of fast food, Soft Drinks and packaged products.
All the students wholeheartedly took an active participation and made this event a great success.

Old items donation

Old items collection drive was started in JIMS, Kalkaji on 27th September, 2017. All the students were called in to donate old clothes, stationery, books, toys etc. Rotaractors also motivated their fellow classmates to contribute to the noble cause and they were successful in collecting four cartons full of items. The items were donated in Sudhar Camp area (a slum area in Kalkaji locality) on 3rd October, 2017 where a team of ten students were sent to spread smiles and happiness. Students were accompanied by Ms. Arushee Grover.

Sapling plantation

Sapling plantation was done by students of BBA and Bcom Students on 7th April 2017. Students also prepared stuff like jewellery box, pen stand, paper weight and decorative items from waste material.


Road safety pledge and poster making

Road safety pledge and poster making activity was conducted in all the classes on 12th and 13th April, 2017. Students of BBA and Bcom (H) participated enthusiastically in this activity.


Winter Clothes distribution

Winter Clothes distribution activity was organised by the JIMS Rotaract Club on 27th February, 2017. BBA/BCOM students visited Sudhar Camp, Slum area in Kalkaji and distributed winter clothes.

Swachhta and Rashtriya Ekta Week

Swachhta and Rashtriya Ekta Week ("Swachhta Paghwada") was conducted in the institute from 7th-10th November, 2016 as per the directions of GGSIP University and UGC.

On 7th November Swachhta Pledge and Rashtriya Ekta Pledge were taken by the students of both BBA and Bcom programme.

A group discussion on "Importance of cleanliness" was conducted by the students on 8th Novermber, 2016

A cleanliness drive was done by the students of BBA and Bcom by taking rounds in and around the institute and ensuring that the campus is litter-free.

Guest Lecture by Dr. Karuna

A guest lecture was conducted on 27th Sep,16 for BBA(I)(M), BBA(III)(E) ,B.COM(I)(M) and the members of the JIMS rotaract committee.

Dr. Karuna was the guest speaker.She is MBBS, DNB(ENT) specialist and currently working with Hindu Rao Hospital.She talked about the importance of Health, Nutrition and Fitness.

Her lecture also provided recommendations that need to be implemented in our daily diet.he students thoroughly enjoyed the interactive session that lasted for an hour.


Visit to the Institution for Blind at Amar colony, New Delhi

JIMS Kalkaji Rotaract Club in association with Rotary Nirvana organised a visit to the Institution for Blind at Amar colony, Lajpat Nagar on 28th September, 2016. The Chairman of JIMS, Dr. Amit Gupta visited the school along with students from BBA and Bcom and two faculties of the Rotaract Committee Ms. Jasleen Rana and Ms. Deeksha Suneja.

Blood Donation Camp

"The Blood You Donate Gives Someone Another Chance At Life. One Day That Someone May Be A Close Relative, A Friend, A Loved One—Or Even"

Like every year JIMS Kalkaji organised a blood donation camp as a social activity on 9th September, 2016. It was a huge success as many students came forward to donate blood and help people save lives. 


Cleanliness Drive

Cleanliness drive was conducted by Rotaract Club, JIMS Kalkaji under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan on 24th August,16.

There were 30 students from BBA and B.COM(H). The drive was started from the college. Students cleaned the road which is outside the college and then the road in front of morning choice; then we took a right turn and cleaned the whole area in front of the park covering 3 roads.
Students participated with great enthusiasm and did a great work.

The drive was for an hour started at 12:00 p.m and ended at 1:00 p.m.

This activity was done under the supervision of Ms. Deeksha Suneja and Ms. Jasleen Rana.

A visit to an Orphanage!

As a part of Rotoract club acivity. Our BBA & BCOM students paid visit to an orphanage on 17th August. That orphanage is run by Asha Foundation under the name “Ashran”, which was established in the year 1998. There were around 25 orphaned kids who were aged below 15 years of age and majority of them were infants. Few of the kids were handicapped, hearing impaired and mentally challenged as well. There were few kids who were hospitalized too for being anemic and due to other medical problems. Ms. Anu was the coordinator over there and she told us about the kids, their life, how they had been rescued, from where they are getting donations etc. As a part of social activity, we spared worthwhile time with the kids and they soon mingled with us. Our students helped them to make drawings. We also celebrated Rakhi with them and taught them the relevance of celebrating it. To these kids we managed to donate notebooks, lunch boxes, pencil kits and accessories, drawing books, clothes, cookies and many other eatables. Unfortunately, although our donation helps, it really is just the tip of the iceberg. These kids have a huge uphill struggle ahead of them. But, yes our such small contributions can just help these kids in a bigger way.

Cleanliness drive by Rotaract Club

Cleanliness drive was conducted in Kalkaji locality by Rotaract club of JIMS Kalkaji on 25th August, 2015

Fair of Recycled Products

A display fair of Recycled products prepared by BBA VI semester students was organized on 23rd April, 2015. Various products like baskets, photo frames, jewellery boxes, greeting cards were put on display in this fair.


Cleanliness Drive by BBA IInd Semester Students

A cleanliness drive was organized on 21st April, 2015 under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan by JIMS, Kalkaji, by BBA students during which the road outside college was cleaned by students with full enthusiasm.


Tree Plantation by BBA Students

A tree plantation drive was organized on 20th April, 2015 by BBA students, under the supervision of HOD  BBA Prof.(Dr.) Rashmi Bhatia and BBA Faculty Ms Shradha Goyal. Students of BBA IInd & IVth Semester participated enthusiastically and around 20 saplings were planted in garden of JIMS.

Prestigious award by "ROUND TABLE INDIA" for JIMS CSR Initiatives for contributing generously towards building schools by Freedom through Education

JIMS Kalkaji since its inception has been renowned for the myriads of CSR initiatives it has taken to promote social welfare and health development of the underprivileged and weaker sections of Society. The projects and schemes executed by it in the past two decades in areas of education, healthcare, skills development etc. have contributed significantly in enhancing the quality of life of poor and needy children, women and youth, senior citizens and people with disabilities.

As a result of its collaboration with Round Table India, a number of projects have been executed. These include funding of school construction with Samarth Shiksa Samiti under FTE Scheme, empowerment of women under Project Kamaarth wherein slum women were imparted training in tailoring and computer skills, go-green projects involving planting of thousands of saplings in South Delhi parks, blood donation camps, free healthcare clinics in collaboration with Venu Eye Hospital etc.

Recently on 7th February 2015 JIMS donated sum of Rs. 15 lakh towards construction of new academic blocks of 3 new schools in Delhi, Rajashan and Punjab, these schools will help nearly 2100 students in getting primary education under RTE."

A flagship activity has been the adoption of 08 Ekal Vidyalayas in remote villages of Faizabad, Uttar Pradesh. This project was inspired by principles of Swami Vivekananda – 'One Teacher Schools'. The project was undertaken in partnership with the Bhartiya Lok Parishad Samiti (BLPS).

Commenting on our CSR successes, JIMS Chairman, Dr. Amit Gupta stated:
"JIMS takes its corporate social responsibility very seriously with focus areas as Community Outreach, Education & Skill Development and Sustainability


Blood Donation Camp 2014

Working towards social cause, a blood donation camp was organized on September 1, 2014 by JIMS, Kalkaji in association with Rotary Blood Bank and Rotary Nirvana. The students as well as faculty members actively participated in the event and made it a great success.

JIMS Grand CSR Initiatives

JIMS has over a period of time achieved considerable renown in academic and industry circles for the impressive CSR initiatives it has undertaken to improve the quality of life of thousands of poor, needy and underprivileged members of our Society. These initiatives have largely been taken in areas of Health, Education Employment, Child Nutrition, Skills training to Woman and Youth etc.

A grand initiative recently undertaken by our Chairman, Dr. Amit Gupta, a prominent Social Entrepreneur, was to adopt eight (08) EKAL schools which would provide primary education to hundreds of children in the remote villages of India. An impressive Ceremony to mark the occasion was held in our auditorium on 28 Nov 2013 wherein a cheque of Rs. 16 lakhs was presented to Prof. Meena Srivastava who has spearheaded the EKAL Vidyalaya Programme on behalf of the Bharat Lok Shiksha Parishad.

Our campus has also commenced an important programme regarding adoption of orphanages in the Delhi-NCR region. Cash and material aid will be provided to educate, clothe and nourish these needy children.

 Kudos to JIMS for the very many altruistic initiatives it undertakes as a part of its mission to improve the quality of life of members of our Society!

Rotaract Club of Jagannath International Management School

The Rotaract Club of the Jagannath International Management School was established in 2012. JIMS Rotaract Club is a service club for the young students of our college.

The objective of our Club is to provide our young College students with opportunities to foster leadership and responsible citizenship, and to promote international peace and understanding.

Rotaract stands for Rotary in action.


Vocational classes (free of cost) of beautician training were held to train the females of underprivileged category around Kalkaji area. These classes were held in the basement of the campus in the month of August, 2013. This initiative has been taken in order to equip the females with the basic skills in the respective category to earn a livelihood. 


A Blood donation camp was organized at Kalkaji Campus in association with the Rotary Blood Bank on 23rd October, 2013. The camp was a great success as around 169 students participated in it and each donated 500 ml of blood. On completion of the event, students were given refreshment and were awarded certificates and complimentary gifts by the Rotary Club Management.


The ROTRACT CLUB got a rare opportunity to participate enthusiastically in the 'Run for Children' on the occasion of Children's Day at Chanakya Puri on Thursday, 14th November 2013. The marathon was of 4.5 km starting & ending at Nehru Park, Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri. It was a great success as 101 students participated in this Marathon. Each interactor got caps, refreshments, certificate of participation apart from running with prominent celebrities. This was also a LIMCA BOOK record made on that day for the largest marathon of the children in the world on 14 November 2013.


A Blood donation camp was organized at Kalkaji Campus in association with the Rotary Blood Bank on 5th November, 2012. The camp was a great success as around 150 students participated in it and each donated 500 ml of blood. On completion of the event, students were given refreshment and were awarded certificates by the Rotary Club Management.


The women of EWS category from the slums of Kalkaji and Govindpuri are being provided an opportunity to learn sewing and tailoring in our campus. Women in batches of 12 learn sewing and tailoring during a 3 months course in this ongoing programme.
It is expected that after learning sewing and tailoring, these women would become self sufficient and would be able to supplement their family income by stitching clothes in their respective neighborhoods.


A Cleanliness and Plantation project called”Clean Delhi Green Delhi” pertaining to cleanliness of the  campus adjoining areas and planting of saplings was organized on 21th Nov 2012.

This was to sensitize the young minds about environmental cleanliness and self hygiene.

The members took the initiative to clean areas around the campus. Saplings were planted in and around our campus as well as in the two schools of Mahipalpur and Masoodpur where children were got admitted a few  months back.


JIMS Kalkaji Rotaract club organised Woolen cloths donation camp on 29th and 30th Nov 2012. The generous donation  were collected in the JIMS Kalkaji campus and distributed to the families of weaker section before the onset of winters.

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