New Delhi, March 8, 2019: ASM organised its 3rd Workshop on ‘Making Elders Tech-Smart’ under Apeejay Community Circle on the occasion of International Women’s Day. This Workshop brought together more than 35 women participants retired from different domains mostly residing in various parts of Delhi. This initiative was taken to make elders’ tech savvy in the world of digitalization, and served as an interactive platform for learning about use of technology in Smartphone, WhatsApp and Facebook. Mr O.P. Khanduja, Executive Director, ASM Campus Dwarka, welcomed the participants and expressed his views on International Women’s Day. The Workshop was conducted by and the technical session was handled by Ms Monika Arora and Ms Preeti Suryawanshi, faculty at ASM and supported by the Organizing Committee members - Ms Jitender Kaur, Ms Manpreet Kaur and student volunteers who assisted allocated groups of women during the Workshop. A cultural programme dedicated to women was also organised by the students of ASM in the auditorium to celebrate International Women’s Day with the guest participants.
New Delhi, Feb. 8, 2019: The Institute organised a Workshop on ‘Making Elders Tech-Smart’ under the Apeejay Community Circle on 8th February 2019. This initiation was taken to make elders tech savvy in the world of digitalization. The Workshop served as an interactive platform for learning about use of technology in a smart phone, including use of Whatsapp and Facebook. This Workshop brought together more than 30 diversified participants retired from different domains mostly residing in various societies of Dwarka, new Delhi. This was the second workshop conducted for the elderly people (more than 55 years of age).
New Delhi, Dec. 7 2018: Under the aegis of the Gender Championship Cell, PGDM students accompanied by Dr Ishita Adhikari and Prof. Geetika Gahlot engaged with the underprivileged children of ‘Choti Si Pathshala’ Project of SETU, an NGO located in Dwarka. Students performed some skits and also delivered a talk which conveyed messages on issues such as female health and hygiene. The children of SETU enjoyed the songs and dance performances by ASM students. They participated with a lot of enthusiasm in a quiz on ‘Women Achievers’ conducted by ASM students.
New Delhi, October 28, 2018: Over 350 participants braved the hazy Sunday morning and ran to support the Apeejay Dwarka Campus’ initiative themed ‘Hum Veer Hain’ in the 12th Annual Mini Marathon. Residents of Delhi, varying from senior citizens to college students to school children, ran on the roads of Dwarka to show solidarity for the cause. The awareness run aimed at instilling the spirit of going beyond the call of duty and investing oneself for the growth & advancement of our nation.
Chief Guest, Mr Anto Alphonse, Dy. Commissioner of Police, Dwarka District, flagged the race open. Speaking on the occasion, he said, ''Achieving inclusive growth and development is a major initiative taken up by the Indian Government in a country as diverse as ours. It is the duty of every citizen to work towards societal transformation and it can only occur when all its citizens engage at equal levels with their ideas & abilities in a political & social environment that is all inclusive and cohesive.'
“We have been organising the Mini Marathon for the past 11 years. In its 12th edition, the theme is 'Hum Hain Veer', emphasising the need for citizens to respond to our call of duty towards our society, the people & our country – at all times will help in evolving India to a society that is just and progressive. I would like to thank all the participants of the marathon for making this a highly successful event”, said Prof. O.P. Khanduja, Executive Director, Apeejay School of Management, Dwarka Campus.
New Delhi, October 4, 2018: Apeejay School of Management, Dwarka campus, organised a Blood Donation Camp in collaboration with the Rotary Blood Bank on the occasion of the 99th birth anniversary of Dr Stya Paul, Founder Chairman of the Apeejay Education Society. Dr Amit Kumar Singh gave a motivational talk to the students, faculty and staff on the occasion. A brief documentary film on the need to donate blood was also screened. Eighty units of blood were donated by the faculty, staff and students for this noble cause.