NM College celebrates Raksha Bandhan with police personnel from the Juhu police station
Students of the Narsee Monjee School of Commerce and Economics rose one level to celebrate two important days for the nation this week, Rakshabandhan and Independence Day adopting an ecological approach.
Our students taught how to make three-color rakhis to the children of the Spark-A-Change Foundation and innovatively generated the idea of sustainability, proudly shared by Dr. Parag Ajagaonkar, Director of the Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics. This activity highlighted the feeling of patriotism among disadvantaged children. While the sisters pray for the longevity of their brothers' lives through a sacred thread, similarly, the tricolor rakhis were tied to the true protectors of our city, Mumbai Police . Students of New Mexico University He contacted the police at the Juhu police station and tied these rakhis that were made by the students of the NGO and expressed their gratitude. Mr. Gajanand Pawar of the Juhu Police Station said cheerfully: The tricolor concept was the best and this activity should be implemented at all times. Maharashtra .”
Avani Dalal of the Spark-A-Change Foundation, Juhu praised this initiative of the students of NM College and added: There would have been no better way for the children to thank the police officers who have sworn unconditionally our safety.
The impact of this initiative was doubled by the zeal and enthusiasm shown by the students of NM College and the Spark-A-Change Foundation who hope to organize such events in the future.