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Indradhanush Scheme awareness

On 18/04/2019, a street play, was organized by the members of BBA/Bcom (H)Rotaract Club of JIMS, Kalkaji for the awareness of “Indradhanush Scheme” launched by the government of India. Students from BBA and B. Com(H)Rotaract Club took part and contributed towards educating the society, by staging a play on the streets of Kalakji.
Main purpose of  “Indradhanush Scheme” was widely conveyed in the play which was  launched on 25th December, 2014, and seeks to drive towards 90% full immunization coverage of India and sustain the same by year 2020. The ultimate goal of Mission Indradhanush is to ensure full immunization with all available vaccines for children up to two years of age and pregnant women.
The students also took the initiative of taking the underprivileged children to the doctor and getting the vaccination done for them. The doctor shared the information regarding the vaccination and immunization with the children and hence motivated them to complete the course of vaccinations.
The activity was successful as the scheme was made widely aware and people got to know various benefits about the scheme.

 

LITTER FREE CAMPUS
“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:

 

Workshop on Disaster Management and Desertification

A workshop was conducted on 08/04/2019 at Govt Boys Sr Sec School ,Kalkaji on the topic Disaster Management and Desertification. The students performed a skit about Disaster management and Desertification which was followed by a quiz.There was a huge audience which included the school children, teachers and its management and the kids  also were awarded with  chocolates on the correct answers. The Rotaract members asked the students questions like what should be done in case of earthquake and the instruments used to measure it etc.
The members of the Rotaract Club  also told  the students about the various Do and Dont's to be followed in case of various calamities. 
The kids and the school management thoroughly enjoyed the event and also gave a Letter of Appreciation to the Rotaract Club for their work.
Overall the workshop was a vital step towards awareness of disaster management among the youth of our country, the future torch bearers.

 

Workshop on “Gender Sensitization and Equity”

The stooping status of women in the society is majorly attributed to gender differential mindsets based on socio-cultural construct. It is imperative to render scriptural clarity, on the basis of which customary cultures take their form.To bridge these mindets , JIMS Kalkaji organised a workshop on “Gender Sensitization and Equity” for BBA and BCOM students on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM in College auditorium.This workshop was conducted by  Dr. Monica Chaudhary, Assistant Professor,Faculty of Law,University of Delhi.

The workshop was divided into 2 sessions.The details of each session are as follows:

Session 1 :- “Introduction to unfair treatment towards women and violent acts” from 1100-1230 hrs

Dr. Monica Chaudhary started the workshop by stating that Gender Sensitivity and equity is a very sensitive issue and it prevails in many countries including India. Despite all progress in art, literature, governance and science & technology the world has not been able to remove the gender discrimination. Men still dominate over women. Gender inequality fuels violence against women and results in power imbalances.
She stated that one cannot deny that the crimes against women are of deep concern in India. For every severe crime, there should be quick punishment with transparency of true investigation.
The need of the hour is to take such severe actions that render an equal space and independence in the society.
She also elucidated the recent crimes and amendments that have been made in criminal laws in this direction.

The session was followed by tea/coffee break of half an hour from 1230-1300 hrs.

Session 2 – Loopholes in laws to address Gender Issues - 1300-1400 hrs

The second session comprised of a detailed discussion on the loopholes that prevail in laws to address gender issues.She stated that while some laws are openly discriminated against women other laws create gender inequalities in indirect ways and thus there is a need to identify them and amend them for ensuring equality in law.She stated that once the laws are strong the speed of change in this direction will increase.
She then elaborated on the procedure of filing of FIRs and details of approaching authorities that women can contact in times of distress and unfair treatment.She encouraged the youth to extend their help to victims they identify and encourage them to fight for justice and the right.
She ended the session by highlighting the relevance of gender sensitization in education. Gender awareness pertains to one’s effort to show how gender shapes the role of women and men in society including their role in development and how it affects relations between them and thus she urged that the education system needs to be gender sensitive and gender friendly.She said that one of the best possible strategies to minimise gender discrimination in society is to promote gender awareness at all levels of society.

Overall the workshop was an eye opener to severity of the need of gender sensitization and equity and urged students to rethink and motivate others to transform their mindsets.

Workshop on “Intellectual Property (IP) an accelerated pathway to be an Unicorn”

JIMS Kalkaji organised a workshop on “Intellectual Property (IP) an accelerated pathway to be an Unicorn” for BBA and BCOM students on Tuesday, April 2nd 2019 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM in College auditorium This workshop was conducted by  Mr. Vivek Dahiya and Saurabh Trivedi, directors of Boudhik Ventures Private Limited.
Boudhik Ventures (BV) came into existence to develop an ecosystem
facilitating ideas sailing through industry for public benefits.The firm aims at teaming up with innovators, entrepreneurs & organizations to assist them by developing strategies revolving around business growth, in domestic as well as global market, on the basis of innovative concepts.

The workshop was divided into 3 sessions.The details of each session are as follows:

Session 1 :- “Importance of Intellectual Property Rights in business” from 10am-11am

The first session was conducted by Mr. Saurabh trivedi who highlighted the “Importance of Intellectual Property Rights in business”.
He elucidated that in today's competitive environment, innovation is the mainstay for every business that leads to development of intellectual property. Identifying, developing, and leveraging innovation provides competitive edge and aids in long term success of the company. Intellectual property is not limited to technology companies, but is valuable for every business which invests huge sums in research and development for creating indigenous products and services. He explained that Intellectual Property are important to businesses as they are intangible assets that can be financially exploited because like physical property, they can be sold or licensed. Every business possesses such assets whether they are aware of it or not.He concluded by saying that when a business is establishing its presence in the marketplace, protecting and managing its intellectual property is critical as it can mean the difference between success or failure. That is why it is important for businesses to understand the different forms of intellectual property because some involve a formal application and examination process before a right can be registered while others come into play without the need for a registration process.

The session was followed by tea/coffee break of half an hour from 11-11.30.

Session 2 – Interaction with students - 11.30am-12.30pm

The second session comprised of an open discussion and interaction with students wherein Mr. Saurabh Trivedi encouraged them to innovate and create and capitalize on that creation/innovation through patents and copyrights.Students asked him various questions related to filing of patents and copyrights along with the basis on which each is granted.    

The second session was followed by a lunch from 12.30pm – 1pm.

Session 3 – Relevance of Intellectual Property Rights for Management students – 1pm-2pm.

Mr. Vivek Dahiya conducted the final session on “Relevance of Intellectual Property Rights for Management students”. He explained them the different types of Intellectual Property Rights. He also explained the relation between Law and Marketing and, through different examples, he explained the relevance and importance of the proper use of branding. During the session,the students had the chance to discuss different concepts such as patents and the relation between technology and ethics. He explained the relevance of IPR  for the students by explaining them the ways by which they can copyright/patent their self-created content and research work.

Overall the session was great learning experience which comprehensively elucidated the world of Intellectual Property rights to both students and teachers.

Poster Making Competition on “Ill effects of Tobacco”


To highlight the health risks associated with Tobacco use, a poster making competition was organised by the Rotaract Club Of JIMS Kalkaji with the theme “Ill effects of Tobacco” .The competition was held on 29th March 2019.The best painting was to be accorded with publish on the college website.
BBA/BCOM Students participated in full enthuciasm and zest and created innovative posters highlighting the dark future that tobacco consumption creates for an individual.
Muskan Hasija of BCOM IV morning won the first prize followed by Indrani Sen of BCOM VI Morning bagged the second position.

 

WORKSHOP ON HUMAN VALUE AND ETHICS IN THE LIFE OF YOUTH

On 25th March 2019, Ms. Priyanka Bagaria, Trainer of Art of Living Foundation conducted a workshop on Human Values and Ethics in the life of Youth along with 8 volunteers from the Foundation.
Ms. Priyanka Bagaria is a Life Skills Trainer and a Certified Yoga and Meditation Trainer. She has also worked in marketing profile of various companies such as Future Group,HPCL,ICICI Prudential and ICRA.
The workshop of three hours was divided into two sessions of one and half hours each. The first session focused on the need for self-awareness.Ms. Priyanka pointed out that she was not meant to give any solutions to problems, but only to show a better way to peaceful and happy life.
She comprehensively presented and discussed the concept of values, types of values and strategies to nurture those values. She elucidated her talk by narrating daily life examples. She also explained the importance and implication of values in education.Ms. Priyanka then talked to students about ethics and the synchronization between human values and ethics in the life of youth.
She further elaborated and urged the students to inculcate meditation in their life for mastering the art of looking inside and discovering their own inner being. She highlighted that meditation leads us not only to totally new inner experiences, but also helps to transform our day-to-day life into a better, more meaningful and more fulfilling existence.
After the end of the first session the students interacted with the volunteers discussing their personal experiences and doubts with respect to their own conflicts regarding value and ethics in their own lives as well as on their own ways of meditation.
The second session comprised of mediation exercises which students may easily practice and create self-awareness. The activity started with simple student engaging exercises which lit up the mood of the students followed by a deep mediation exercise based on self-reflection.
Ms. Priyanka then discussed the effect of such exercises on the minds of students.
The students felt relaxed and motivated at the end of the session and reciprocated in positive ways to continue practicing the same.Ms. Priyanka along with her volunteers also introduced them to Happiness Programs that students could join for relieving stress and create better lives through self-introspection.
Overall it was a great experience for the students to understand the value of ethics, human values and imbibe meditation to deal with situations more efficiently and calmly.

 

OLD AGE HOME VISIT – 13TH MARCH 2019
“Happiness doesn’t result from what we get but from what we give.”


With an aim to sensitize with the elderly of the society residing in old age homes The Rotary Club students of JIMS Kalkaji went to Guru Vishram Vridh Ashram (Old Age Home) at Badarpur on 13th march 2019.
Guru Vishram Vridh Ashram (Old Age Home)- The brain Child of SHEOWS. SHEOWS (Saint Hardyal Educational and Orphan Welfare Society) believes in the notion of “Vasudeva Kutumbakam” meaning the whole word is our family which inspires us to serve every needy old aged as our own family member.
The entire experience of the old age home visit was a complete package of many emotions felt on the part of the students as well as the people residing there. A small act was put together by the students to uplift the mood of the elderly which involved singing songs, dancing and playing the guitar for them. The students heard their stories, spend time with them and also received worldly wisdom.The old age home habitants felt ecstatic and joyful with the students around. The entire visit left both the students and the elderly teary eyed. The entire experience was heart touching and provoked the need of greater sensitization towards the elderly of our society.

International Women’s Day – 8th March 2019

International Women's Day is an occasion not only to celebrate the progress made towards achieving gender equality and women's empowerment but also to critically reflect on those accomplishments and strive for a greater momentum towards gender equality. It is a day to recognize the extraordinary acts of women and to stand together, as a united force, to advance gender equality.

On the occasion of the same on 8th March 2019, JIMS Kalkaji BBA & B.COM(H) department organized a thought provoking event questioning the stereotypes associated with the female tribe of our country. All students of first, second and third year of BBA & B.COM(H) department participated in full vigour.

The girl students made placards of the women stereotypes associated to their confined roles and ideal behavior in the society. A placard rightly stated “Gender equity not only liberates women but also men from prescribed gender stereotypes”.

After the placard making session a discussion was then held among the male students about the stereotypes and how thinking and mindsets need to change for “thinking more equal about women”.
We have seen a lot of women speak about their own issues but it was a breath of fresh air to see our male students speak so enthusiastically about women empowerment and their indispensible roles in their lives be it be their mother or sisters or teachers.

Dr. Rashmi Bhatia, the head of the BBA & B.COM(H) department appreciated the enthusiasm of the students on the day

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Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Painting Competition

Akhil Bhartiya Shivrajyabhishek Mahotsav Samiti organized Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Birth Anniversary function on 19th February, 2019 at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts (IGNCA), Janpath New Delhi. The theme of the event was "Rashtra Gaurav ke Pratik...Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Symbol of National pride".
In order to promote the thoughts of nationalism, universal brotherhood, peace, justice, respect for women and self esteem, a painting competition was organized for the students ,teachers, academicians and staff of JIMS Kalkaji on 11th February 2019 on the theme of the event – “Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’.
The entire JIMS family participated with extreme enthuciasm and zeal and crafted beautiful paintings.Such competition not only ignite creativity but are also a great way to remember our unsung heroes.
The best entries were sent to Lodhi estate for the consideration of awards. The criteria for final selection included relevance of theme depicting the selected topic, execution of concept/theme, overall visual appeal, handling of given space, and appropriate color combination.
It was a proud moment for our campus to have received a total of 10 certificates of appreciation from IGNCA for the final entries sent. One faculty , 5 students and 4 staff members received the certificate for their creative masterpieces.

Basant Panchmi at RWA, Govind Puri

BBA/ BCom (H) students of Rotaract Club, JIMS Kalkaji, celebrated the festival of  “Basant Panchmi” to inculcate the essence of culture and heritage in Society, in the nearby locality at RWA ,Govind puri  on 10th  February,  2019 .

Rotaractors staged a Play on “Social Awareness” to showcase social evils like drug addiction and marital rape and they also took a vow to overcome these. In addition to the play two solo Singing performances and Mono-act was also presented by the students. The programme started by invocation of Goddess Saraswati. The performers were applauded and appreciated by the residents and the Chief Guest.
The students were given  Letter of Appreciation by the Chief Guest Mr. Avtar Singh, MLA Kalkaji and Mr Raghav  Chadha, National Spokesperson AAP. 

BBA/BCom Students in India Book of Records at GGSIPU, Flash Mob

BBA and BCom (H) students of JIMS Kalkaji participated and created a record in  Flash Mob at GGSIPU, organized by  Synergy- Management Society of USMS  on 8th  February 2019, to create awareness about Mental Health amongst youth, as imbalance in mental health is on the rise. More than 20 colleges of IP University participated. Students danced in synergy on the theme and created a record in the India book of Records (IBR). A total of 2259 students danced non-stop for 16 minutes on the soundtrack theme of Mental Health. The event was covered by leading media houses like ETV Bharat, Sach Bharat and Total TV.
44 students of JIMS Kalkaji participated in full vigor to support the cause. The students were awarded with certificates for making the event a success.

CSR QUIZ

“The Mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled .”

Keeping the fire burning, the BBA/BCom Rotaract club of JIMS, Kalkaji conducted an 'Intra-Class Quiz Competition' for BBA and Bcom (H) students. The objective of the event was to enhance the knowledge about Corporate Social Responsibility in India and abroad. Depicting team spirit, students in all classes  participated with great interest and enthusiasm. The quiz was designed to enhance the CSR awareness of the students. Four grilling rounds were conducted, which included the content, knowledge, audio, visual and rapid fire. Every moment was very exciting and nail biting for the students. Each team kept fighting throughout and supported every team member in the best way. The atmosphere was very exciting. At the end, each and every student was applauded for his or her participation and the students felt encouraged to do even better in the future.

BBA II (E)

BBA IV (E)

BBA VI (E)

B COM II (E)

B COM IV (E)

B Com VI E

B Com  II M

BCOMIV(M)

B.Com VI M

BBA II M

BBA IV M

BBA VI M

 

70th Republic Day celebration -Article Writing Competition

 An article writing competition was organized by the BBA/BCom Rotaract Club on  the eve of 70th  Republic Day  on the topic  "Constitution as the Supreme Law of Land".  Winner was  - Yashika Madan (BBA VI M),  Runner Up  - Mansi Agarwal (B Com IV E) & Dhruv Rastogi (BBA IV E), 2nd Runner up - Laxmi Gupta (B Com IV M)

 

Lohri Celebration

To strengthen the commitment to community services, JIMS Kalkaji Rotaract Club, under the guidance of Dr. Rashmi Bhatia, Programme Director, and faculty In charge, Ms Arushi Grover & Ms Aditi Joshi, celebrated Lohri at The Institution for the Blinds, Amar Colony on  14 January 2019 . Our 17 Rotaractors  spent quality time with the visually impaired students and as they distributed Gajak, Revri and Popcorn amongst them, they sang some Bollywood songs and enjoyed the sweets and the celebration.
Later the students played cricket and had loads of fun. Munir, was the star batsman and Abhishek star Bowler. The day was filled with sweet memories and the visit was an inspiration for our Rotaractors.

 

 

Annual blood donation camp

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. The students BP and Blood group and pulse rate were also checked to ensure their health. The students will also get their Thalessmia report after 15 days on their email id. Post the blood donation the students were given fruits and juices to recover. They were given a certificate and medal on account of blood donation.

 

RASHTRIYA EKTA DIWAS


Rashtriya Ekta Diwas was celebrated in JIMS, Kalkaji on 31st October, 2018 as a part of the efforts to instill feelings of patriotism and unity among the youth as they go on to become the future of our country.
The day was introduced by the Government of India in 2014 and it is being celebrated for annual commemoration of the birthday of the Iron Man of India- Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. The day has been decided to be celebrated as National Unity Day because of the vital role played by Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in unification efforts at the time of independence and his undying commitment for the continued unity of the nation.

Discussions were held in each class and students were enlightened about the importance of unity and how can it be upheld in current times.

Food Donation Drive

As per the statistics, more than 15% of India’s population is deprived of nutritious food and is facing a health crisis. In the face of this grave reality, JIMS, Kalkaji - BBA/BCom Rotary club students have undertaken the initiative of feeding the poor in the Kalkaji locality slum area, Sudhar Camp, Kalkaji.

Food Donation Drive was conducted on 20th October 2018, in Kalkaji slum area to feed the poor.  


The volunteers for this drive were :
1. Prateek Joshi
2. Naveen Kumar Tiwari
3. Siddharth Aggarwal
4. Siddharth Yadav

 

Sapling Planting Program At DDA Park, Kalkaji

 

The care of the Earth is our most ancient and most worthy, and after all, our most pleasing responsibility. ―   Wendell Berry

A sapling planting event was organized by Rotaract Club of JIMS, Kalkaji on 17th October, 2018. DDA park, Kalkaji was selected as the location for conducting the planting program.
The event was graced by Dr. B.C. Sabata, Senior Scientific Officer, Department of Environment, Delhi Secretariat and was declared open at 12.00 p.m.

&B.Com. participated in the event and they learnt how to unpack, plant and secure the saplings in ground. Also, students watered the saplings after properly securing them.
Following plants were taken for the planting program-
1. Cactus
2. ‎Tulsi
3. ‎Bryophyllum
4. Periletus
200 saplings were planted in total in clusters in areas of the park identified to be needing plantation.

Following are some glimpses of the program:

 

Eco Club Activity - Nukkad Natak on Beat Plastic Pollution


The members of Eco Club of JIMS, Kalkaji performed  a  Nukkad Natak (theme play ) on the workshop on Beat Plastic Pollution -Phasing out Single Use Plastic" held at  Delhi Secretariat, on 15th October 2018, The focus was to spread awareness amongst people about the harmful effects of using plastic and persuading them to quit using it .The event started with lighting of lamp by SHRI IMRAN HUSSAIN, MINISTER FOOD SUPPLIES,  ENV. & FOREST AND ELECTIONS,  GOVERNMENT OF NCT  DELHI.The other dignitaries on dias included Spl Secretary Environment Shri SM Ali , Dr Anil Kumar(Director Environment) , Dr GS Sabata (Sr  Scientific Officer) and others. A group of 11 students from JIMS, Kalkaji, performed on the given theme and covered the ill effects of plastic not only on humans but on animals as well.The play was enjoyed by one and all . This initiative of JIMS, Kalkaji was indeed a success as it was also appreciated by Delhi Minister of Environment in his speech. He also encouraged the students to perform more such plays as he said they would be the driving force to change the society and educate them about the disadvantages of plastic.

The play consisted of three  very different stories supporting  the theme . All of the stories were perfectly implemented by our students .Duration of the play was 12 -15 minutes . To appreciate our efforts and motivate the students we were awarded with Khadi bags and pen drives by the  Delhi Minister of Environment.

The event was also very informative as many speakers came up to the dias along with their presentations about eliminating the use of plastic in the society .All of them had a different approach towards making the crowd aware about the ill effects of using plastic.The event was a great learning experience for the students.

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.  


 

SWACHHTA DIWAS- CLEANLINESS DRIVE

A cleanliness drive was organized by Rotaract Club of JIMS, Kalkaji on 4th October, 2018 i.e. Thursday. The drive was conducted in Kalkaji locality as well as some parts of college premises which were found to be littered.
Rotaract Cleanliness ambassadors took rounds in the streets of nearby locality sweeping the littered streets and picking up trash so as to spread awareness about the importance of cleanliness in our daily lives.
Following are some glimpses of the drive:

 

DONATION DRIVE – By Rotaractors

“Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference”

An items donation drive was organized by the Roatarct Club of JIMS, Kalkaji on 1st October, 2018. The collection drive was started on 25th September, 2018 and items like clothes, shoes, stationery, books, sanitary napkins etc were collected.
Students and faculty contributed generously to the drive and soon the club was able to collect 5 cartons full of items to be donated. All the items were donated in Sudhaar Camp, a slum settlement in Kalkaji area. Men, Women of all ages and children were happy to receive the items donated with much love.

Some glimpses of the donation drive:

 

 

SWACHHTA PAKHWADA

 

CLEANLINESS DRIVE IN KALKAJI LOCALITY
“Ek Kadam Swachhta ki ore”

Rotaract Club of JIMS, Kalkaji conducted a cleanliness drive in Kalkaji locality on 14th September, 2018. The drive was conducted as a part of Swachhta Pakhwada fortnight being observed in JIMS, Kalkaji.
Cleanliness ambassadors were appointed from Rotaract Club and they took rounds in the surrounding lanes of Kalkaji cleaning the areas which were littered and collecting all the waste in garbage bags.

Following are some glimpses of the drive:

Elocution Competition

An Intra class Elocution Competition on the topic of “Importance of cleanliness & hygiene”
An intra class elocution competition was held on 11th September 2018. The topic for the competition was “Importance of cleanliness & hygiene”. Three students from each class of B.COM and BBA participated in the competition. All the participants were asked to give speech in front of their classmates on the importance of cleanliness & hygiene. All the concerned class coordinators selected the best speech on the basis of content, presentation style and confidence. The competition was bilingual and participants could either present their ideas in Hindi or in English.
List of Best Speakers from every class-


B. COM I (M)

Durdana Naseer

B. COM I (E)

Divyanshu

B.COM III (M)

Abhishek Shankar

B.COM III (E)

Shubham Mann

B.COM V (M)

Surabhhi Sen Gupta and Khushboo Chahar

B.COM V (E)

Mayank Sharma

BBA I (M)

Rohan Sharma

BBA I (E)

Karuna Singh and Deeksha Walecha

BBA III (M)

Sidhant Bansal

BBA III (E)

Karan Handa

BBA V (M)

Danny Kapur

BBA V (E)

Ronakjeet Singh Wadhera


 

Slogan Writing Contest


A slogan writing contest was organized on 05th September 2017 as a part of the Swachhta Pakhwada. Interested students wrote down the slogans on “Importance of Cleanliness” and it was handed over to the class coordinators.
Following are some glimpses of the slogans submitted:

 

LITTER FREE CAMPUS CAMPAIGN


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.

Following are some glimpses of the campaign:

 

 

Workshop 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.

 

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS

Rotaract Club of JIMS, Kalkaji observed the Independence Day celebrations on its eve (on 14th August, 2018) with full enthusiasm as a poster making competition was held and a comments board was erected in the canteen area for dropping opinion on the meaning of freedom.

The poster making competition saw participation from 1st year and 2nd year B.Com and BBA students. The poster was to submitted on an A3 size sheet, completed in one hour of time limit. Students were asked to bring about an abstraction of the Independence Day which they did beautifully and the entry submitted by Jasveen Kaur from BBA III M was declared as the winning entry.

Alongside the poster making competition, a comments board was also erected in the canteen area to ask for opinion on what freedom means to a young individual. The comments board received an overwhelming response and in no matter of time the whole board was filled up with what the students had to say in response to the question asked from them.

Apart from the scheduled events, students and faculties came beautifully attired in tricolor themed clothes and it was a splendid sight to watch the youth being so enthusiastic and patriotic on this occasion.

 

New Wings to Rotaract Club

Rotary club of Delhi Nirvana, sponsoring Rotary club for Rotaract club of Jagannath International Management School, held it's formal installation ceremony on 4th August, 2018 to kickstart the Rotaract year 2018-19 with it's new team of office bearers lead by Rtn. Piyush Jain as the President. The ceremony was held in the fashion of a masquerade ball.
Rotaract club of Jagannath International Management School was also formally installed on the same day with it's team for 2018-19. Presidentship has been taken over by Tarushi from Ruchi Shrivastava, the incumbent who held the office for year 2017-18.

Secretaryship has been awarded to Atishya Khanna as Aman Rashmi has been promoted to become the Vice President for 2018-19 after vacating the secretary's office which he held in the immediately preceding Rotaract year.

 

WORKSHOP ON ROAD SAFETY
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A workshop on road safety was conducted for BBA & B.Com. students on 27th March, 2018 to educate students about road safety and to spread awareness about how accidents can prevented. The workshop was started with a self assessment exercise where students were asked to check the boxes against some statements judging their driving sense and road safety awareness after which Mr. Ashish Beergi (Co-founder & CEO, MASH Project Foundation), principal resource person for the workshop had a video and presentation played to steer an interactive session on road safety for the students.
A facebook competition was also announced, whereby the students had to post a picture of the ongoing session with a creative caption and the hashtag #makeroadssafer. Udisha Chaudhary of B.Com. IV E won the prize at the conclusion for the most creative caption.
Highlights of the workshop were the quiz and also the theme play (performed by Asmita Theatre Group) which left the whole audience struck with the never-seen-before stellar performance. All in all the session was very informative and it served the set objective well.

Following are some glimpses of the workshop:


 

 

RECYCLED PRODUCTS FAIR

Rotaract Club of JIMS, Kalkaji organised a recycled products fair on 19th March, 2018 to spread awareness about the acronym “3Rs”.

The products put up in the exhibition-cum-fair were made by BBA and B.Com. (H) students. The fair saw faculty, students and staff inquiring about the products as to what kind of raw materials and process has been used. On the other hand, students showed exemplary negotiation and entrepreneurial skills as they tried to promote sales.
There were certain products which were specially praised by one and all- Key ring made of pressed useless paper, exquisite chime hanging, pen stands made out of pet bottles etc. It was interesting to see how students had used same raw material and same process to make things so different from each other.
All in all, the fair was an eye pleaser and it gave a chance to the students to showcase their skills and business sense.
Following are some glimpses of the fair:

 

WOMEN’S DAY QUIZ


A quiz was conducted on women’s day on 8th March 2018 in the campus to enlighten the students about contribution of women to the world. Every class was divided into 4, 3 or 2 teams led by one representative each (each team comprised of one row). There were four rounds in all:

  1. General Round- To test general awareness regarding International Women’s Day

Untimed, with no penalty

  1. Timed Round- Guess the personality through their achievements

Time restriction for each team to answer the question

  1. Achievements Round- Narrate the achievements of the given women leading ladies

Passing the question allowed

  1. Guessing the Quote Round- Guessing the personality who said the given quote

Penalty Round
Students participated with great vigour and zeal in the quiz and it was evident that students already had quite a bit of knowledge about the subject being talked about.
Following are the students who coordinated the quiz from each class:

  1. BBA II M- Ishan, Samriddh

  2. BBA II E- Atishya, Kritika

  3. B.Com II M- Abhishek, HImanshu

  4. B.Com. II E- Rabnoor, SHubham Mann

  5. BBA IV M- Gouri, Danny

  6. BBA IV E- Aman, Tarushi

  7. B.Com. IV E- Siddharth Yadav & Prateek Joshi

  8. BBA VI M- Vashundhara, Rishabh Rawat

  9. BBA VI E- Daniyal, Ruchi

  10. B.Com. VI M- Naman, Aditya

  11. B.Com. VI E- Ravneet, Dheer

SOME GLIMPSES OF THE QUIZ:

 

Tree Plantation

A tree plantation drive was organized on 20th Feb, 2018 by Rotaract club, under the supervision of Programme Director BBA Prof.(Dr.) Rashmi Bhatia and Faculty members Ms Ashima Saxena and Ms Arushee Grover. Students of Rotaract club participated enthusiastically and saplings were planted in garden of JIMS Kalkaji. Students also pledged to take care of the saplings planted.
Following are some glimpses of the activity-

 

"Loss of Vision need not be restricted to a term called 'disability', but just a diagnosis"

A Visit to Blind School

BBA/BCom-H Rotaractors celebrated Lohri and Makar Sankranti with visually-impaired students of Blind School,lajpat nagar.

Spending quality time  with them was nothing short of Inspirational.

 


 

Vigilance Awareness Week
 
Vigilance awareness week was observed in JIMS Kalkaji from 30 October, 2017 to 4 November, 2017 with the theme "My Vision-Corruption Free India". The event was organized to instill the value system and to create awareness among the youth about importance of high moral values and strong character.  The week started with “Integrity Pledge” in which all students stood together for aiming at nation’s prosperity.

Also a number of other events such as Group Discussion on “Ill Effects of Corruption” were conducted for inculcating greater awareness on corruption and anti-corruption measures.

A guest lecture was held on 03.11.17 by the team of NBCC.  The students actively participated in this national endeavour against corruption.

A panel discussion was organised in Auditorium of JIMS Kalkaji, on 4th November 2017 on the topic 'Towards a path of   Corruption Free Society' as a part of Vigilance Awareness Week. The students were divided into groups of four students each. The students expressed their views with live examples on political, religion and sports corruption. They suggested various measures to eradicate corruption. The moderator, Mrs Sheila Bhargava from Expo Mart, New Delhi concluded the panel discussion with a message to uproot corruption from the society.

The students also played Nukkad Natak in the Sant Nagar and Kalkaji area to create the awareness for corruption free society.

 

Raising awareness about the ills of alcohol and drugs consumption

A Nukkad Natak under the guidance of Dr. Rashmi Bhatia, Programme Director (BBA) and Faculty Coordinators, Ms Arushi, Ms Jasleen Rana, and Ms Ashima Saxena, was organized by Rotaract Club of JIMS, Kalkaji on 3 rd November, 2017 to raise awareness about the ills of alcohol and drug abuse. The Rotaractors wearing black kurtas and red dupattas spread out in the gullies of Sudhaar Camp calling out people to come and witness the visual representation of what plagues their day to day lives. People of all ages gathered around the Rotaractors who gave a moving performance while interacting with the crowd through rhythmic couplets.

 

 

A Diwali stall was setup by HCRA (Handicapped Children’s Rehabilitation Association) on 13th October, 2017 near the canteen area.This stall was an exhibition of many handmade items like diyas, candles, jute items, show pieces, decorative items, accessories etc. made by handicapped children. This stall was coordinated by BBA/Bcom Rotaract Club.

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 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
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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 blood donation 1  jims blood donation2

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!

Top Management College JIMS Kalkaji Joins hands with Ekal Foundation   Top B.Com(H) College adopts ekal Schools

Best bba College invites ekal foundation   best bba college in delhi presents cheque to exal foundation

 

 

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.


Following are the details of the projects undertaken by the Clubsince inception:

 

BEAUTICIAN CLASSES

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.



 
 

BLOOD DONATION, 2013

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.

MARATHON

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.


BLOOD DONATION CAMPS, 2012

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.

WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMMES

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.

ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION

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.

CARING FOR THE WEAKER SECTION

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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