Achiever's Award 2023@ HIMCS
Appraising the Achievement of MBA Students of Last Two Years: Achievers Award ’2023
Hindustan Institute of Management and Computer Studies Farah Mathura organized an achievers award day for its MBA pass out batch. The programme commenced at APJ Kalam auditorium, Hindustan campus, with a welcome note by Dr Naveen Gupta, Director of the Institute. Addressing the students he congratulated them on their placements and wished them success in all future endeavors of life. He said wherever you may go but you will always be ambassadors of the college.
He praised the batch for their leadership, organizing skills, raising funds and bringing laurels to the college in events like sports, business quiz, case studies etc. He said students have taken a wonderful initiative to work with a jail made project Jail Bandhu, where they could prepare potato dry chips. He said "Jail Bandhu" (Prisoner's Friend) is a transformative social project dedicated to providing support, assistance, and companionship to individuals who are incarcerated. With a deep commitment to promoting rehabilitation, successful reintegration, and fostering a sense of empathy within society, Jail Bandhu aims to make a positive impact on the lives of prisoners and contribute to a more compassionate criminal justice system.
The seven MBA second semester students of HIMCS namely Abhishek, Khushi, Siddharth, Prachi, Raveena, Athulya and Divyansh are directly involved in fulfilling the proposed objectives of the project Jail Bandhu wherein they meet on every Tuesday and Friday to conduct the welfare sessions from the prisoners of Central Jail, Agra. The aim of the project is to improve the lives of prisoners, support their rehabilitation and successful reintegration, and contribute to a more just and compassionate criminal justice system. Jail Bandhu firmly believes in the potential for transformation and redemption in every individual, recognizing that everyone deserves a chance to rebuild their lives. Through compassion, understanding, and unwavering support, the project endeavors to be beacons of hope for prisoners, empowering them to overcome adversity, embrace personal growth, and achieve a better future for themselves and their communities.
Dr Naveen Gupta said that students of HIMCs are better than MDI as said by a professor from MDI that students have lots of energy and are willing to take initiative and work for extension projects as well. On this occasion, he shared the actual meaning of BEST which reflects as B- Believe in you, E- Enhance your skills, S- Strive for goal, T- Target for moon.
It’s a very special day as the achievements of students for two years are being recognized by the institute in different fields like academics, curriculum, co-curriculum extension etc. They were awarded for contribution in cultural, webinars, guest lectures, projects, extension, media management and sports. The Awardees from the MBA were awarded for their commendable work in different committees.
The juniors showcase the memories of the batch and gave a performance on retro theme from the 60s to 90s. The batch was quite emotional and tears were in their eyes. The programme was organized by team HIMCS. Aditi Gupta and Amrita Chowdhary were awarded with Achievers Award. The event was organized by the first year students of HIMCS. Malvika, Nitin, Neha, Manish, Lavish and Raveena were the main coordinators. The key coordinators from faculty side were Dr Sheetal Sachdeva and Dr Gunjan Bhatnagar.
Some views of MBA final year students:
Ms. Ayushi Vashistha said that desire is the starting point of all achievement, not a hope, not a wish, but a keen pulsating desire which transcends everything.
Ms. Aditi Gupta said that happiness does not come from doing easy work but from the afterglow of satisfaction that comes after the achievement of a difficult task that demands our best.
Mr. Himanshu Sharma said that the high achievement always takes place in the framework of high expectation.
Mr. Jatin Jain said that there is no shortcut to achievement. Life requires thorough preparation - facing isn't worth anything.
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