‘Session based on blood cancer ':

On Session based on blood cancer and disorder by DKMS BMST, To raise awareness about the importance of stem cell donation in combating blood cancer. To encourage individuals to register as stem cell donors.

‘Grassroots Innovation ':

On September 2023, Grassroots Innovation and Skill Development Conclave for Rural Development. To showcase CSIR rural technologies for the benefit of stakeholders.


On 11st Sep 2023, To raise awareness about Suicide Prevention Day through a unique and impactful approach—volunteers offering free hugs to strangers..

‘International Yoga Day ':

On 21st June 2023, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji marks the occasion of INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY organized by National Service Scheme (NSS) CELL of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. The event provided a platform for the volunteers to experience thetransformative power of yoga, fostering physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.The inclusive nature of the event along with the engaging activities promoted a sense of unity and celebration, leaving a lasting impression on all participants.......

‘Menstrual Hygiene Day ':

On 28th May 2023, On the occasion of World Menstrual Hygiene Day, Prayaas- The NSS amd Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji in association with Prajna NGO organised a session on “Menstrual Hygiene Day” near Kalkaji Market. The session focused on educating girls about proper usage, disposal, and hygiene maintenance of pads during their menstrual cycle, as well as providing information on the normal menstrual cycle. After the session, we donated around 150-170 pads amongst the women. The session was successful and the volunteers learned about the importance of Menstrual Hygiene......

‘Mental Health Awareness Week ':

On 18th May 2023, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji organised a fun activity on the occasion of Mental Health Awareness Week wherein every student was given a sticky note to pen down their emotions, stress, anxiety, wishes or whatever they felt they wanted to let go off. Later students, stuck those notes on the balloons and flew them away as a sign of letting go off their emotional burdens.....

‘World Malaria Day':

On 24th April 2023, Prayaas-The NSS And Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji organised an awareness session on the occasion of World Malaria Day at Gandhi SmaarakVidhyalaya, Noida Sector-16. Volunteers educated the children about the causes, symptoms, treatments and home remedies related to Malaria. Volunteers also educated the students on how to dispose of stagnant water in water coolers which is the primary attraction for mosquitoes. Overall the session concluded with students asking their doubts....

‘Plantation Drive':

On 22nd April 2023, On the occasion of World Earth Day, Prayaas- The NSS amd Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji in association with Little Seeds NGO organised a Plantation Drive near Samaachaar Market, Mayur Vihar-Extension. The drive involved plantation of over 30 saplings and more than 120 seeds throughout the venue. The drive was successful and the volunteers learned about the importance of celebrating Earth Day..

‘Blood Donation Camp':

On 10th April 2023, Prayaas-The NSS and Rotaract Society of JIMS Kalkaji Organized a Blood Donation Camp in Association with Rotary Regalia in college premises through which more than 59 units of blood was donated by both students and the staff members of our college.While addressing people at the camp our NSS volunteers brought awareness to them about shortage of blood and why we must donate blood every year, to help the persons requiring blood. ...

‘Self Defense Workshop':

From 17th March 2023 to 3 rd April 2023, Prayaas-The NSS and Rotaract Society of JIMS Kalkaji in association with Special Police Unit for Women and Children(SPUWAC) conducted a Self Defense Workshop held by ASI Bharti Singh & Const. Pooja Sharma in college premises to provide knowledge about the different tips of self-protection to keep in mind in different situations. The workshop showcased and gave a demo on different self-defense techniques...

‘Rang Maahotsav':

On 6th March 2023, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji along with Paalan foundation organised ’Rang Maahotsav’ with East sons Goodwork Trust to celebrate the festival of Holi with the underprivileged children. The children were each given gujiya, samosa, frooti along with packet of gulaal and water gun as part of the celebrations. The children danced with the volunteers and overall the activity brought a lot of smiles on the faces of the children...

‘Cycle Relay':

On 27th February 2023, NSS Cell organised *CYCLE RELAY* at Cannaught Place on 27th February 23 *to spread awareness of G-20 India’s Presidency* with theme Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam # G20 Summit..

‘Clothes Donation Drive':

On 30th NOVEMBER 2022, Prayaas-The NSS and Roataract Society of JIMS Kalkaji conducted a clothes donation drive along with the well-renowned NGO, GOONJ located in Sarita Vihar, near Madanpur Khadar in order to provide the weaker strata of our society with necessary and adequate clothing for the upcoming winter season. A total of 6-7 cartons were donated to the NGO which comprised of primarily warm clothes. The clothes were donated by the students of the college. Overall the drive was an extremely enriching experience for all the volunteers.
Learning Outcome:
● Learnt about the struggles and hardships of certain stratus of the society.
• Learnt about the importance of warm and appropriate clothing during the winter season.

‘Orphanage Visit':

On 11th NOVEMBER 2022, On the occasion of Children’s Day, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Society of JIMS Kalkaji, visited the Salaam Balak Trust DMRC Children’s Home located near the Defence Colony Market (near Tis Hazaari Metro Station) to arrange and sponsor a lunch for 125 children living in the children’s home. The food was prepared by the orphanage staff and the donations were made by students and volunteers from the college. The identity of the children was kept hidden throughout the visit. The children enjoyed the lunch and overall the visit was extremely rewarding.
Learning Outcome:
● To learn about the hardships the children had to go through. • To make this Children’s Day a lot more special for the children of the orphanage.

‘Swacchta Drive':

On 19th OCTOBER 2022, under Clean India 2.0, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Club observed a Swacchta Drive organized by GGSIPU in order to collect plastic and other kinds of waste in the allocated and surrounding areas. The drive was conducted outside the Dwarka Sector-12 metro station. At the end of the drive, the collected waste was weighed.
Learning Outcome:
● To eliminate the use of single waste plastic, thereby ensuring a cleaner and sanitized India.

‘Telecast and Pledge ':

On 16th OCTOBER 2022, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Club watched the live telecast of ‘Mission LiFE’ an initiative launched by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi which is a step ahead in the fight of protecting the environment. The telecast was also followed with a pledge which stated to adapt to a more eco-friendly lifestyle to support this cause.
Learning Outcome:
● To practice and adapt to an eco-friendly lifestyle which will help in sustainable development..

‘Rally + Pledge on ‘Child Marriage Free India’':

On 16th OCTOBER 2022, as part of an initiative started by Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Club conducted a rally to stand united against the crime of child marriage and to ensure that legal action is taken against people responsible for child marriage.
Learning Outcome:
● To ensure that every child gets to live in a society free of child marriage and ensure access to quality education for every child.

‘Walk For Freedom':

On 15th OCTOBER 2022, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Club in collaboration with The Movement India organised a ‘Walk for Freedom’ which involved raising awareness towards the increasing slavery throughout the world. The walk was organized in different cities throughout the world. The walk was held in the Silver Oak Park, Jangpura wherein more than 500 people walked in silence to show solidarity with the victims of slavery.
Learning Outcome:
● To stand up against increasing human trafficking throughout the world.
● To support the victims of slavery

‘Tricolor Thali':

On 27th SEPTEMBER 2022, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Club organised an activity named ‘Tricolor Thali’ which involved assembling the food in the thaalis in such a manner so as to depict our Tricolor. Later on, the thaalis were distributed amongst the underprivileged people near the Prachin Bhairav Mandir.
Learning Outcome:
● To inculcate a sense of patriotism along with promotion of healthy and nutritious food.
● To help the underprivileged section of our society.


On 26th SEPTEMBER 2022, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Club organized a fun activity, ‘Toyathon’ wherein the volunteers visited a nearby situated Anganwadi where they interacted with young kids and taught them using fun means like clay modelling. The kids were rewarded with notebooks and pens and ended the day with recitation of various poems. Overall the visit was very interactive and fun.
Learning Outcome:
● To inculcate the importance of learning amongst kids through fun and interactive ways.

‘Pre Republic Day Parade Camp':

On 25th SEPTEMBER 2022, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Club, selected 4 volunteer for the PRE RDC Camp selection at GGSIPU. The volunteers are imparted training in leadership development and (March-Past) parade apart from organizing various socio-cultural programmes and trained them to sent to state level for further selection. It is also treated as a recognition of the selfless community service rendered by the NSS volunteers throughout the country.
Learning Outcome:
● Cadets trained for RDC parade get an opportunity to march in front of the honorable Prime Minister and other respected dignitaries at rajpath.
● Being a participant in cultural events refines the cultural skill soft of volunteer.

‘Amma Ki Rasoi':

On 21st SEPTEMBER 2022, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Club organized the activity ‘Amma ki rasoi’, wherein we visited one of the grandmother’s kitchens to unravel healthy cooking methods and to learn the art of cooking healthy and nutritious food..
Learning Outcome:
● To learn the importance of healthy and nutritious cooking
● To learn the benefits of a balanced diet

‘Poshan Maah Pledge':

On 16th SEPTEMBER 2022, Prayaas- The NSS and Rotaract Club organised a ‘Poshan Maah’ pledge wherein the students assembled and took a pledge to restrain themselves from eating junk food and promoting the importance of a healthy and balanced diet. They pledged to intake a proper meal which will help them in their healthy development.
Learning Outcome:
● To instill the importance of a healthy and nutritious diet
● To eliminate the intake of junk food.

‘Menstrual Hygiene Distribution Drive':

On 15th AUGUST 2022, Prayaas-The NSS and Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji in association with ‘A Sanitary Gift’ conducted a sanitary pad distribution drive in the Malikpur Slums of Model Town. A total of 295 pads were distributed. The volunteers interacted with the women to understand the hardships they go through during periods. Overall, the drive was interactive, encouraging and educating.
Learning Outcome:
● TThe aim was to provide and educate the women about period products and spread awareness about this taboo topic.

‘Independence Day Rally and Flag Hoisting ':

On 14th AUGUST 2022, On the occasion of India’s 75th Independence Day, Prayaas-The NSS and Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji hoisted the National Flag in Connaught Place’s Central Park. Afterwards, a rally was conducted where in the students chanted patriotic slogans in order to participate in the nationwide movement of ‘Azaadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’.
Learning Outcome:
● The aim was to celebrate India’s 75th Independence Day along with celebrating the liberation of the country from colonial oppression..

‘Yuva Samvaad ':

On 12th AUGUST 2022, Prayaas-The NSS and Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji attended a ‘Yuva Samvaad’ organized by the The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports at the Akashwani Bhawan, New Delhi , on the occasion of International Youth Day to make youth understand that future of the country is dependent on the constructive, collective, and collaborative capacities of the youth to shape the new world . The dignitaries present at the event were Mr.Anurag Thakur, Minister of State for Youth Affairs Nishith Pramanik , Union Education and Skill Development Minister Dharmendra Pradhan
Learning Outcome:
● The aim was to discuss how the Youth can contribute to building India in the coming years along with discussing the government’s vision of India@2047.

‘Chalo Padho’ Project :

On 29th JULY 2022, Prayaas - The NSS and Rotaract club of JIMS Kalkaji in collaboration with Society of Working Life and University of Dublin Volunteers overseas successfully implemented one month project ‘Chalo Padho’ from 13 June 2022 to 13 July 2022. UCDVO and Irish volunteer came together to teach girls from unprivileged area through online mode. Workbooks were prepared by Irish and Indian Volunteers. There were 12 live sessions and 8 recorded classes. Total 4 Workbooks were prepared for each week and 22 recorded videos was prepared and shared with students. 20 girls were mentored during the project Chalo Pado.
Learning Outcome:
● Helped NSS volunteers to have an exposure for working with foreign volunteers.
● Kids also learnt about many new and different topics.

Book Donation Drive:

On 23rd JULY 2022, To be able to read is one of the most underrated privileges in the world. With the aim of inculcating a love for reading, in the minds of young children, a book donation drives for the unfortunate, underprivileged children and needy children NSS volunteers of JIMS Kalkaji joined the Jazbaa Foundation to collect and distribute books amongst the weaker section of the society.
Learning Outcome:
● To spread awareness about primary education amongst the lower strata of the society.
● To distribute books amongst the needy and educate them about the importance of education.

VANMEET- Reclaiming Green:

On 16th JULY 2022, NSS volunteers of JIMS Kalkaji along with NSS USME Delhi Technical University and Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) participated in the Yamuna River Cleanup drive. The clean up drive was organized by “There is No Earth B”, a people’s movement. The drive aims to collect non-biodegradable waste like multilayered plastics, tetra packs, milk packets, syringes and bags from the river. 40 college students collected and segregated trash from bank of Yamuna to highlight pollution plight of the river.
Learning Outcome:
● To spread awareness about the decline of natural resources and hazardous impact of the same.
● Step towards conserving environment.

‘Intellectual Conclave’ held at Deshbandhu College:

On 6th JULY 2022, NSS volunteers of JIMS Kalkaji visited the Deshbandhu College to attend an Intellectual conclave on the Nationalist, Academic, political views and contribution of Dr.Shyama Mukherjee for Atmanirbhar and Atmamukhar Bharat. Kashish Chabbra of BBA 2 Evening and Deepak Kumar of BBA 2 Morning actively participated in the student group discussion round held in auditorium, Deshbandhu College. JIMS students was felicited by the event guest of honor.
Learning Outcome:
● To get a deeper insight on the achievements of Dr. Shyama Mukherjee.

‘Empower Your Mind’ Session held at GGSIPU Campus:

On 5th JULY 2022, NSS volunteers of JIMS Kalkaji visited the GGSIPU Campus to attend a session taken by Mr E.V Gireesh. He was from an organization named ‘The Brahma Kumaris’ which aimed to help individual’s mental health despite having a hectic schedule. An eye opener session reinstated the importance of meditation and achieving mental peace.
Learning Outcome:
● To practice meditation to achieve mindfulness.
● The importance of being happy even in the toughest of times.

Menstrual Hygiene Awareness & Distribution Drive:

On 2nd JULY 2022, Prayaas-The NSS and Rotaract club of JIMS Kalkaji, along with NGO ‘A Sanitary Gift’ conducted a Menstrual Hygiene Awareness & Distribution Drive at JEEWAN DEEP KUSTH ASHRAM and the neighboring slum area to increase awareness among adolescent girls and women of weaker section of society on Menstrual Hygiene. Distribution drive include donation of high quality sanitary napkins to adolescent girls and women. Overall the drive was extremely informative as we got to know about the various struggles these women go through during their menstruation.
Learning Outcome:
● To educate the women about healthy sanitation habits important during their menstruation.
• To listen about the hardships they go through during their menstruation cycles.

World Blood Donor Day Pledge:

On 14th June 2022, the students of Prayaas- The NSS And Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji took a pledge on the occasion of World Blood Donor Day to raise awareness on the need for increased investment from government to build a sustainable and resilient national blood system and increase collection from voluntary non-remunerated blood donors. The objectives were to spread awareness about the importance of blood donation and to raise awareness on the need for safe blood and blood products for transfusion
Learning Outcome:
● To donate blood to the needy whenever possible
● To extend gratefulness across the planet towards voluntary blood donors.

Save Soil Movement Event:

on 7th June 2022, NSS volunteers of JIMS Kalkaji visited the Indira Gandhi Stadium to join the mega event by Sadhguru. The event aims to educate the world on the importance of saving soil. Cultural performances were organized in the event along with educational excerpts. The movement aims to get citizens of the world to emphatically express to their leaders the urgent need to Save Soil in their countries.To show governments across the world that their citizens want policies that revitalize ecology and soil.
Learning Outcome:
● To educate the world about the deteriorating effects on soil.
● To learn about the importance of saving soil.

Project Matka:

on 24th May 2022, Prayaas-The NSS and Rotaract club of JIMS Kalkaji in collaboration with Paalan Foundation organized ‘Project Matka’ wherein the main objective was to install new or replace the water pots in the public water spaces in 5 different locations of South Delhi. 23 volunteers participated in the drive.
The earthen pots was installed in following locations:
Team 1 : Gurudwara, Govind Puri
Team 2: Bhairav Baba Mandir
Team 3: DDA Flats Kalkaji
Team 4 : Kalkaji Market/ Nirankari Satsang Bhavan
Team 5 : Mukti Mandir
Learning Outcome:
• To provide access to fresh drinking water in public places
• To assist people facing different issues due to rising temperature

Installation of Bins for E Waste Collection:

on 21st May 2022, Prayaas , The NSS & Rotaract society of JIMS Kalkaji collaborated with the Rotaract club of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies for 'Project Srijan' which aims at creating awareness on public regarding e-waste management and it's eco-friendly treatment to ensure a safer tomorrow. Students installed a bin in front of IT department and canteen for e waste collection.
Learning Outcome:
● The aim of Project SRIJAN is to revolutionize the e-waste industry of India. The project aims to bridge the gap between the underprivileged informal sector and the undiscovered formal sector by connecting them and the unaware masses.

Drug Abuse Pledge:

on 18th May 2022, Prayaas - The NSS and Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji initiated the students present in the campus to take the Anti - Drug Pledge wherein the main focus was to make the students learn about the harmful consequences of drugs and how it seriously affects millions of lives daily. The pledge was taken by the student at https://pledge.mygov.in/fightagainstdrugabuse. The certificates was granted to the students by Ministry of Home Affairs.
Learning Outcome: By taking the pledge the students learnt about the harmful consequences of drugs and how it seriously affects millions of lives daily.

Visit to IPU Campus for ‘100 days of countdown to international day of yoga-2022’ event:

GGSIPU organized an event for the commencement of the 100 days countdown to the International Day of Yoga 2022 (IDY) CELEBRATING Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav on 14.05.2022 at 7 am in University Playground. Shri Jagilong K, Regional Director, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Regional Directorate of NSS (Govt. of India) were present in the programme.
Students from various IPU colleges had gathered in the university play ground to perform yoga activities. 13 NSS Volunteers from JIMS Kalkaji attended the yoga session organised by the university.
Learning Outcome: ● Helped students learn and practice different yoga poses.
● Taught students the benefits of yoga in leading a healthy lifestyle.

Seminar on Save Soil Movement Seminar:

On 7th May 2022, 24 NSS volunteers join for the seminar organised by GGSIPU in support of ‘Save Soil’. The objective of this program was to help young students become aware of soil crisis and support Save Soil Movement by bringing people from all over the world together to advocate for soil health and to support leaders from all nations in instituting national policies and actions directed towards increasing the organic content of cultivable soil .
Learning Outcome:
● To understand how leaching is eradicating the nutrient from soil.
● To understand importance of healthy soil for healthy food.

Self Defense Workshop :

On 29th April 2022,the need of the hour for the girls and women in the society is to safeguard them against violence committed against them. To strengthen girl students at campus for their self-protection and empowerment, NSS club conducted a workshop on Self Defense. Hands on exposure to tips for self protection were given by resource person. Mr Karan is a Professional MMA fighter and is 2 times State Gold Medalist in Wushu 2018 & 2019, 1 Silver in Delhi state Grappling Championships. Experience of over 50 kickboxing/boxing bouts.
Learning Outcomes:
1) The students learnt about the different kinds of violence that may be faced by girls or by women in any place including at home.
2) The student participants got different self-protection tips on how to avoid/defend by attacking a potential attacker by using objects or by striking on the soft spots of the attacker, when subjected to physical abuse, violence, crime, etc.
3) The students have the chance to see the live demo of the self defense techniques as demonstrated by the trainer and the companion cadets. The workshop concludes with a note on the promise from both the sides that these kind of workshops will be continued in the times to come

Digital Wellness Seminar:

On 28th April 2022 seminar on Digital Wellness was organized in college auditorium. 98 students from BBA and B. Com attended the seminar. The students were sensitized in regards of healthy use of digital media that could eventually increase efficiency and focus of individuals. Technology has an impact on personal wellbeing of individuals. Awareness on maintaining a healthy relationship with technology was created amongst the youth.
Learning Outcome :
1. Awareness on tactics for digital wellness was imparted to students
2. Discussion on methods to improve sense of wellbeing was discussed.
3. Awareness to balance the life with balanced use of digital media .


As a part of Rayonner '22 (Inter institute fest organized by JIMS Kalkaji) PRAYAAS, the NSS and Rotaract club of JIMS Kalkaji (BBA & B.Com Department) conducted an advertisement making competition- Ad-Shala on 20th April 2022. The participants made 2 min advertisement on any social issue of their choice and then presented their advertisements in front of the judges.
A total of 22 teams registered for the event from different colleges Lady Sri Ram College, IITM, IGNOU, GGSIPU and the participants brought to light different topics like soil conversation, rape, suicides etc. The event turned out to be very interesting and engaging.
The Judges of Ad-shala were:
Ms Astha Gupta (President of Prayaas 2020-2021)
Mr Yuv Kucheria (President of Prayaas 2020-2021).
The winners were:
First position:
Kaushal (IITM),
Parth Malhotra (Shaheed Sukhdev College of business studies),
Gautam Chawla (IITM),
Ishika (IITM),
Kanav (IITM)
Second position:
Sakshi Chauhan (JIMS, Kalkaji),
Swarnpriya (Sri Aurobindo College, DU),
Aditya Goyal (JIMS, Kalkaji),
Ayushi Giri (Kamala Nehru College, DU),
Vatsal Mittal (Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College, DU)
The winners were rewarded with Trophy, certificates and cash prizes of Rs 2000 and 1000 respectively.
Learning Outcome:
● Helped the participants to bring light to a social issue
● Helped to bring out the creative side of the participants
● Helped in creating awareness about several social issues.

Pariksha Pe Charcha Session 2022:

On 1st April 2022 Students 47 students of JIMS Kalkaji viewed the live interactive session by Prime Minister Narendra Modi which was broadcasted on Doordarshan 11 am onwards.

Stand Up For Periods- A Comic Assembly :

On 21st March 2022, PRAYAAS, NSS club of JIMS KALKAJI organized a Comic Assembly, ‘STAND UP FOR PERIODS’ in association with NGO Sanitary Gift and media company ‘Days of Lives’.
The event tooked place in college auditorium and 6 comics from Days of Lives Company showcased the event from 4pm to 6 pm.
The event was organized to raise funds for underprivileged menstruators. Active participation was received from prestigious colleges of Delhi University, GGSIPU, University school of Architecture and Planning and private university.
Delhi University colleges like Lady Shri Ram College for women, Hansraj College, Jesus and Mary College, Dyal Singh, Deshbandhu College, Ramanujan College, GGSIPU colleges like IITM, Technia, Surajmal participated in event.
Total 120 students participated in the event. Amount of Rs 12000 was raised from the event.
Learning Outcome:
● NSS Volunteers raised the fund amount to Rs 12000.

Seminar on Women Health, Hygiene and Government Policies on International Women Day :

PRAYAAS, NSS club of JIMS KALKAJI organized a Seminar on “Women Health, Hygiene and Government Policies”. The seminar was conducted in collaboration with Delhi State AIDS Control Society, Govt of NCT Delhi and SAATHI NGO (technical partner to NACO). The resource person, Dr Mourvi Chugh, is a Medical Manager at Saathii NGO ( Technical partner to NACO and DSACS)
Learning Outcome:
● Helped students become more aware about women health and hygiene.
● Helped students to understand the importance of hygiene.
● Helped student aware of government policies to promote health of underprivileged women in India.

Visit to Old Age Home : Sawhney Foundation

29 volunteers of PRAYAAS, NSS club of JIMS KALKAJI visited SAATHI VRIDHASHRAM, located in Badarpur, New Delhi with an objective to provide companionship, emotional support to the elderly. Students conducted music and dance performance at the old age home to overcome isolation of the senior citizens. Amount of Rs 5000 was donated to Sawhney foundation to support medication need of senior citizens.
Learning Outcome:
● To spread feeling of love and care for elderly citizens amongst the students.
● To inculcate sense of responsibility and understanding amongst students.
● To sensitize the students about the problems faced by the elderly

Seminar on HIV AIDS: Spread & Prevention :

PRAYAAS , NSS club of JIMS KALKAJI organized a Seminar. The seminar was conducted in collaboration with Delhi State AIDS Control Society, Govt of NCT Delhi. The resource person , Mr. Ravinder Kumar Singh, District Programme Manager East spread awareness on HIV Aids : prevention and cure.
Learning Outcome:
● Helped people become more aware about theHIV AIDS and its cause.
● Helped students to understand the precautions one need to take to avoid HIV AIDS.

Skit on Internet Safety :

On the occasion of Internet Safety Day, PRAYAAS, the NSS and Rotaract club of Jims Kalkaji conducted an E-skit with the motive to spread awareness on internet safety following the theme of 2022, ' Together for a better Internet'. The skit was performed by 10 volunteers. Skit emphasizes on importance of using the internet safely..
Learning Outcome:
● Awareness on internet fraud.
● Spread awareness on protection from an internet scam by not sharing their account number, CVV and OTP with anyone.
● Helped people to be responsible users and use a secured internet connection and other services like VPN, antivirus to minimize the risk of scams.

Webinar on Cancer Awareness :

PRAYAAS , NSS club of JIMS KALKAJI organized a webinar on the account of World Cancer Day. The webinar was conducted in collaboration with Sanjeevani - Life Beyond Cancer. The resource person , Ms. Florina Singh , programme coordinator of gave information about various causes of cancer and its types. She highlighted the precautions that one should take to avoid cancer . Quiz related to cancer awareness was given to the students.
Learning Outcome:
● Helped people become more aware about the cancer and its cause.
● Helped students to understand the precautions one need to take to avoid cancer.

Freedom Quiz :

On 26h January 2022, PRAYAAS, NSS club of JIMS KALKAJI celebrated 75th Republic Day with zeal and enthusiasm. The NSS Volunteers organized a freedom quiz based on constitution of India, freedom and significance.
Learning Outcomes:
● To celebrate 73rd Republic Day as part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav commemorating 75 years of independence
● To promote the spirit of patriotism among students.

National Voters Day :

On 25th January 2022, PRAYAAS, NSS club of JIMS KALKAJI celebrated National Voters day with zeal and enthusiasm. NSS Volunteers took Voter Pledge as circulation by Election Commission of India. The NSS Volunteers prepared a short reel and presentation sharing details in regards of new voters registration. Awareness on voting rights was shared with College students and same was uploaded on various social media handles of JIMS Kalkaji.
Learning Outcomes:
● The main objective behind the celebration is to encourage, facilitate, and maximize enrolment, especially for new voters.
● It encourages youth to participate in the electoral process but also focuses that the Right to vote as the basic right.

National Girl Child Day :

On 24th January 2022, PRAYAAS, NSS club of JIMS KALKAJI celebrated National Girl Child day with zeal and enthusiasm. The NSS Volunteers prepared a short reel sharing emotions for girl child and creating awareness for women empowerment. The reel was uploaded on various social media handles of JIMS Kalkaji.
Learning Outcomes: ● To promote awareness about the rights of a girl child
● To promote the importance of their education, health, and nutrition.

Youth Talk : Solutions to the problems of India:

On 15th January 2022, PRAYAAS, NSS club of JIMS KALKAJI organized a YOUTH TALK’22. The competition held online on Google Meet. The topics were provided to the participants a day prior to the event. The talk session was about questing solutions for the problems being faced by the people of our country.
Learning Outcomes:
● Helped people become more aware about the problems in India
● Helped people as well as students to understand the solutions for the problems being faced by the people of our country.

Digital Poster Making Competition :

On 11th January 2022, PRAYAAS, NSS club of JIMS KALKAJI organized a Poster Making Competition on Satvik Movement to make people understand the importance of fresh food for healthy life. The student made used of various platforms to made digital posters. The competition held online on Google forms. Participants were requested to upload their Digital posters in the form itself.

Blanket Donation Drive :

PRAYAAS, the NSS and Rotaract club of Jims Kalkaji conducted a blanket donation drive 'Uphaar' on 30th December 2021 with the motive to protect homeless people from cold as a gift of the new year.A total of 42 blankets were distributed by around 20 volunteers. The volunteers were divided into 4 groups of 5 members each and they spread in different areas looking for the needy. The donation was received from students and faculty members along with some donatees outside the college.
● Helped provide blankets to the needy.
● The local people were also made aware of the increasing covid cases and were explained the importance of following covid protocols.

Air Pollution Rally:

On 6th December,2021 JIMS KALKAJI conducted a Rally from College to kalkaji market by alerting people that air pollution is dangerous for our lives . The slogans we had used in the rally :
1. Stop being mean , keep air clean
2. Join revolution ,stop air pollution
3. Be fair ,don’t pollute the air
Rally Helped students understand the importance of wearing masks and planting more trees because this is the only tip to protect yourself from air pollution.

Dog Feeding Drive:

On 26th November,2021 PRAYAAS ,NSS club of JIMS KALKAJI organised a Dog Feeding Drive. The drive started with dividing the members in 3 groups to cover a wide area. Then the members distributed the food which were donated by students and teachers. The event was a success and a lot of dogs were found and fed. The local people were also helped in contacting Dog control NGOs.

Group Discussion :

Group discussion was conducted on 11th November ’21 on account of National Education Day. The event started with the introduction of education day and the changes in education systems during the pandemic. The objectives of the discussion were:
1. To show the capacity of systems to innovate, expanding the frontiers of learning possibilities; the enterprise of teachers to ensure learning.
2. To create awareness about the need to make education systems more resilient to crisis, and more inclusive, flexible and sustainable.
The discussion continued for 2 hours and it turned out to be a really interesting and fruitful session. There were around 20 participants and it took place on google meet.

Education Drive:

Prayaas planned an education drive for the underprivileged children at Sewa Bharti NGO and also for women in collaboration with Ramkrishna Saraswati Vidya Niketan, Kalkaji extension. The drive continued for two months starting October 21' to November 21'. The volunteers went to the locations every weekend and followed a syllabus plan for the students.
The drive was successful and it turned out to be of help for the learners.
Education drive at Sewa bharti NGO

An education drive was conducted for the underprivileged children aged between 3-10 years at Sewa Bharti Ngo for the time period of 2 months. The volunteers followed a systemised plan for each day that had to be taught to the children. From basic alphabets to nouns and pronouns, each topic was covered in respect with the age of the child.

An education drive was conducted for the underprivileged women who had done high school and are pursuing a nursing course. The drive was conducted at Saraswati vidya niketan for the time period of 2 months. The drive was planned on every Sunday starting from 3rd October 21 and it ended on 28th November’21. The main area of focus for these women was the English language and the volunteers helped them in understanding the importance of the English language. The volunteers also tried to change their perspective about studies and motivate them towards a goal in their life and keep studying the language.

Vigilance Week:


Every member of Prayaas was asked to register themselves for the pledge on the portal (https://pledge.cvc.nic.in/) and complete the pledge.
Meanwhile the pledge was also circulated in classes and the teachers and students present there took the pledge.
Event was conducted in Online as well as Offline Mode on 26th October 2021 at 11 a.m. on the portal (https://pledge.cvc.nic.in/).


An e-quiz competition was conducted as the first round of the Group discussion Competition. The quiz was conducted on 26th october 2021 on 'Kahoot'. There were around 20 Participants and only 8 qualified for the second round. The event was conducted in Collaboration with Ace, the placement society of Jims, Kalaji.


The group discussion Competition was conducted on 27th october 2021. Topic for discussion was Can corruption be called a necessity for the developing India ? .
The participants were active and it was indeed a very interactive and brainstorming session. The event was hosted by the president of Ace, the placement society of Jims, Kalkaji.
First position was bagged by two participants: Lavisha Bageja (Hansraj College, DU) and Sanjana Kumar (IIT Madras)
First Runner up was Arnav Goel (SRMIST Ghaziabad)


This competition was conducted in Collaboration with Communicon, the co-curricular society of Jims, Kalkaji. Here Every participant was asked to speak on the theme/topic of Vigilance Week for 1 minute.The participants were judged on the originality of the content, vocabulary , pronunciation and fluency. They were given 15 minutes to prepare their content and they had to submit the word file for the same. Judges asked questions once the participants ended up speaking.
The Event was conducted in Online Mode on 28th October 2021.
The winners were:
First: Shivangini Madaan (Jims, Kalkaji) & Sawan Oberoi (SGGSCC, DU)
Second: Alia Firdos Usmani (Symbiosis Institute of Management)


This competition was conducted in Collaboration with Prachaar, the Social Media Society of Jims, Kalkaji.
The topics were:
1. Together Against Corruption
2. Youth Against Corruption
3. Soch Badlo Corruption Chhodo.
Only digital posters were accepted.
The winners were:
First: Shipra Das (Maharaja Agrasen, DU)
Second: Kritika Maini (Jims, Kalkaji)
Third: Shivani Gupta ( Jims, Kalkaji)

6) Painting Competition

The painting competition was conducted on 30th October 2021. This competition was an Intra-college competition. The topic was the national symbols of India. The participants were asked to upload their painting along with the pictures/videos of the process on the google form. Google form link:
The winners were:
First: Saloni Gupta (BBA 3 Morning)
Second: Shivam Pandey (B.Com 3 Morning)
Third: Simarjot Singh (BBA 3 Morning)

All the events were successfully completed. The winners were rewarded with e-certificates of appreciation and the participants with the certificates of participation

Book Donation Drive:

A book donation drive was organized by NSS club volunteers in collaboration with Uday Foundation (Sarvodaya Enclave, New Delhi) on 21st October 2021. 25 volunteers participated in the event. A generous number of books (approx 400) in the domain of management and allied subjects were donated for those in need and the marginalized children.

Webinar On Women Rights:

WEBINAR ON WOMEN RIGHTS: To mark the occasion, on 14th October 2020, webinar on “Women Rights” was organized for students by NSS Faculty Coordinator, Dr. Preeti Singh with an objective to promote women empowerment, discussing challenges faced by Women in society. The resource person, Ms Isha Singh, Lawyer Bombay High Court, IPS (UPSC CIVIL SERVICES 2020 AIR 191) discussed fundamental rights for women in Indian Constitution and brief of POCSO act. The webinar turned out to be a really interactive and fruitful session.

Malnutrition Skit:

PRAYAAS, the NSS and Rotaract club of JIMS Kalkaji organized a Nukkad Natak on 1st October ’21. NSS volunteers performed ‘Nukkad Natak’ to sensitize children, their families and community on the importance of nutrition and emphasized on the importance of nutritious food, leading to better health, education and other opportunities . Nutrition protects our body against many chronic diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer was explained through the act.


Every year, NSS day is observed on September 24 across India. ‘NSS Day’ and 4th Week of Poshan Maah 2021 was celebrated by volunteers by organizing E-Quiz on the theme “Nutrition” . 20 participants participated from UG and PG Departments. Disha Rajput, Divyansh Aggarwal, Ishi Jain were the event coordinators. The quiz included questions related to Nutrition, NSS and welfare schemes provided by the government in our country. The Winners of the E-Quiz are as under: 1. Mitul Kapoor – 2nd year BCom (H) M 2. Pradeep Singh Yadav – 2nd year BBA M 3. Manvendra Pratap Singh – 1st year PGDM M

E-Quiz Competition 2021 :

Every year, NSS day is observed on September 24 across India. ‘NSS Day’ and 4th Week of Poshan Maah 2021 was celebrated by volunteers by organsing E-Quiz on theme “Nutrition” . 20 participants participated from UG and PG Departments. Disha Rajput, Divyansh Aggarwal, Ishi Jain was the event coordinator.The quiz included questions related to Nutrition, NSS and welfare schemes provided by government in our country. The Winners of the E-Quiz are as under:
1. Mitul Kapoor – 2nd year BCom (H) M
2. Pradeep Singh Yadav – 2nd year BBA M
3. Manvendra Pratap Singh – 1st year PGDM M (br>

Food Donation Drive 2021 :

NSS club successfully conducted a food donation drive as part of ‘Poshan Mah’ week 3 activities in collaboration with Bhartitya Sewa Sansthan on 20th September 2021. The food donation drive was conducted especially for the children, taking into consideration their nutritional requirement. Highlight of events is as under:
1) The drive started with an awareness program on ‘Impacts of malnutrition and role of balanced diet in our lives’.
2) Thereby volunteers distributed nutritional kits (Pulses, rice, oats), biscuits, pear, apple and bananas.
3) Competition like lemon race was organized for children’s and cash prize was given to winner

Yoga Session 2021 :

NSS club of JIMS Kalkaji organized a Yoga session on 18th September 2021. Volunteers along with the children (School children & adolescent girls) performed around 15 asanas. Benefits and importance of asanas was communicated.

Installation Ceremony 2021 :

Installation Ceremony 2021 was organized in college auditorium on 08.09.2021 in the gracious presence of Dr. Ashok Sharma (Director) & Dr. Manjula Shastri (Programme Director) and faculty members. All the Presidents and Vice Presidents of NSS & Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji from batch 2017-20 , 2018-21& 2020-23 were present in the ceremony. The event started with lightening of lamp and Saraswati vandana. Former position holders of NSS/Rotaract cell were felicitated with trophy and badges. The following students were appointed as the new office bearers for 2021-22.
President : Ishi Jain
Vice-President : Druv Das
Treasurer : Anurag Sapra
Head Girl : Disha Rajput
Head Boy : Divyansh Aggrawal

Poshan Maah 2021 Launch Rally :

On 6th September 2021, a rally was flagged off as a part of Rashtriya Poshan Maah 2021 celebrations by the NSS Volunteers JIMS Kalkaji. The rally emphasized on the importance of nutritious food. It began from JIMS Kalkaji campus and terminated at Kalkaji Park covering a distance of 1km. The members carried handmade posters and slogans emphasizing on the importance of nutritious food during the rally. Photos and videos of the rally were also shared on the social media handle of JIMS Kalkaji.

Plantation Drive :

As part of “Rashtriya PoshanMaah 2021” celebration, NSS committee of JIMS Kalkaji carried out a plantation drive, „PoshanVatika‟. The drive was carried out in collaboration with Sewa Bharti NGO , Govindpuri Delhi on 6th of September 2021. Volunteers enthusiastically participated in the drive and planted sapling at designated places. The students also took an oath to plant more and more trees and encourage others to do the same. In all 20 saplings were planted by students. The saplings that were planted were of tomatoes, peppers, chillies.

Freedom Run :

As a part of celebration of 'Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav- India@75 , the NSS and Rotaract committee of JIMS Kalkaji conducted a fitness run to reintroduce the importance of fitness in one's life, as after lockdown people most of the people neglected their physical health on 26th August 2021 . Students did a run of 4 K.M. from college to Astha kunj park. During the run students and teachers also made people aware of the importance of fitness in their life. 20 students participated in fitness run campaign

Webinar on “Gender Sensitization :

The NSS and Rotaract committee of JIMS Kalkaji conducted a webinar on “Gender Sensitization” imparts knowledge about topics like - Understanding the concept of gender, Gender Diversity, Gender Discrimination Index, Gender Empowerment Measure and importance of that in sustainable development. Increasing awareness about gender equality. The webinar occurred on 17th August 2021. 12O students from BBA (3 semester) and BCOM (3 semester) participated in the webinar.

Rendering of National Anthem of India :

As a part of the Government of India’s celebration, the NSS and Rotaract committee of JIMS Kalkaji honored ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ , to commemorate 75 years of India’s Independence, Prime Minister during his “Mann Ki Baat” on 11th August 2021 at 10:00 am, had urged citizens to render National Anthem. Students of NSS took the initiative to contribute for Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. 10 NSS volunteers recited National Anthem and recorded their video. Videos were also uploaded on web portal raastragaan.in

Martyr Day of Bhagat Singh :

The NSS and Rotaract committee of JIMS Kalkaji honored the Martyr Day of Bhagat Singh on 23rd March 2021 by organizing a Documentary show on the life of the legend in various classes across the BBA/B.Com department. The students were made aware of the contributions and sacrifices our freedom fighters made for the betterment of our country.

World Water Conservation Day :

On 22ndMarch 2021 in the wake of World Water Conservation Day, The NSS and Rotaract of JIMS, Kalkaji presented a small play to educate the children of Sewa Bharti Karyalaya about the importance and various uses of water and how to conserve water. After performing the skit, the students had an interactive session with the children in which they shared various methods and tips and tricks for conserve water in their homes.

No Smoking Day :

To spread awareness of ill effects of smoking on the health and to the environment, NSS and Rotaract committee of JIMS Kalkaji organized a rally on the occasion of “No Smoking Day” on 10th March 2021. Many students of the BBA/B.Com department actively participated in the rally. The rally mainly focused on spreading the hazardous effects of smoking to health, environment and the society. The students took out posters, banners and sung attractive slogans to attract the attentions of the people and create awareness for the same.

International Women’s Day :

on 8th march 2021, On the occasion of International Women’s Day, a webinar was organised by JIMS KALKAJI for the students of BBA/B.Com. Ms. Sonia Bakshi, an entrepreneur, was invited to give the students a guest lecture in order to encourage and empower the women of our college by sharing her journey of creating her own gym brand “DTF Fitness Studios”. She also elucidated about the problems of physical and mental stress faced by the young generation and shared tips and exercises to combat the same.

World Wildlife Day :

On 3rd March 2021JIMS Kalkaji celebrated the rich diversity of Flora and Fauna that is possessed by our country on the occasion of World Wildlife Day. The NSS & Rotaract committee of JIMS Kalkaji organized an online photography competition among the students of BBA/B.Com. The competition received an active response and the students shared love for wildlife photography with all. Also, a poster on world wildlife was shared on various handles to create awareness for the same.

Zero Discrimination Day :

On 28th February 2021, in the wake of National Science Day, JIMS Kalkaji shared a poster on all its social media platforms to create awareness and honor the contribution Science has made to the human life.

National Science Day :

On 28th February 2021, in the wake of National Science Day, JIMS Kalkaji shared a poster on all its social media platforms to create awareness and honor the contribution Science has made to the human life.

World’s Sustainable Energy Day :

The pandemic of 2020 has taught us various lessons, one of which is “efficientl and effective utilization of energy. On the occasion of World’s Sustainable Energy Day done in dates of 24th – 26th February 2021, as a responsible institution, JIMS Kalkaji took an initiative to share and spread this message of “Conservation and Sustainable usage of energy” and shared a post on all its social media handles.

Donation Drive:

On the occasions of Lohri and Makar Sankranti on 14th January 2021 the faculty, staff and students of JIMS, Kalkaji had gathered non- perishable food items in order to donate to the less fortunate as a small attempt to showcase the old saying ”Sharing is Caring”. A group of students along with the staff had gone near the temples of Kalkaji to donate the items collected by the College.The students learned about the importance of helping others.It helped the students to connect with the ones who are less privileged than themselves and sense the happiness experienced by the people on receiving the food.

Report on 'Fitness Regime Activity':

The Rotaract club of JIMS Kalkaji organized a ‘Fitness Regime Activity’ wherein students recorded videos of their daily fitness activities like yoga and muscle building exercises. The same wee posted on Facebook on 15 th May 2020.

Report On Elocution Competition:

The NSS wing of JIMS, Kalkaji conducted an Elocution competition on Gandhiji’s life to celebrate his 150 th Birth Anniversary

Visit to Blind School on the occasion of “Lohri”:

The Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji organised a visit to the Institution for Blind at Amar colony, Lajpat Nagar on 13 th January 2020 for the distribution of revari, popcorns, peanuts and gajjaks on the occasion of “Lohri”

Group discussion on National Youth Day :

To increase consciousness about national identities and symbols; Fundamental Duties and Rights of Indian citizens and other constitutional obligations

E-Poster Making Competition on Earth Day 2020 Date: 16.04.2020:

As an Initiative taken to engage with and contribute to local community the Rotaract Club of JIMS Kalkaji ‘is conducting an “E- Poster Making competition” on the occasion of Earth Day 2020.

Quiz on Constitution of India:

The Constitution of India describes the framework for political principles, procedures and powers of the government. To impart more knowledge about our constitution to the young and future generation, the BBA/BCom NSS club of JIMS Kalkaji successfully conducted an insightful quiz on 7th January 2020 on the topic of Constitution Day. The quiz was conducted in every class where the students were zealous and took an active participation in the quiz. It was a baronial sight to witness the immense knowledge the students had and shared about the supreme law of our country.

National Youth Day:

National Youth Day is celebrated to honor the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekanand, one of India’s greatest leaders and believers of youth power. To celebrate his beliefs, thoughts, immense contribution, the BBA/BCom NSS cell of JIMS Kalkaji organized a group discussion for students on the topic “How to channelize youth power for nation-building”. The activity was conducted in all classes on Friday, 10th January 2020.

Free Health Check-up:

A Free Health Checkup was conducted by the NSS Wing of JIMS Kalkaji on 07 th April 2020.

Fitness Pledge With Prime Mimister SHRI NARENDRA MODI:

On 29 th August 2019, the NSS clubof JIMS Kalkaji conducted a fitness movement in Kalkaji campus in order to promote “Fit India Movement”, an initiative launched by our Honourable Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi.

Report On Nukkad Natak:

The NSS club of JIMS, Kalkaji conducted a Nukkad Natak in Nehru Place market to create awareness among the people to Eliminate Violence against Women on 25 th November 2019.

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.