Cultural – KIMDS

Kejriwal Institute of Management always encourages its students to display their hidden talent through various co-curricular activities. All the participants spent the next hour using old newspapers, magazines, other materials / waste materials, scissors and glue to create interesting displays as per their theme for the collage Making competition.

As a part of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav towards the celebration and commemoration of 75 years of independence, KIMDS organized a patriotic cultural events. The event was presided over by honorable Director Dr. Ajit Kumar Singh and coordinated by Prof. Trisha. The cultural event was conducted on 16th March 2022 from 10:30am to 12:30 pm. Students of PGDM and BBA participated and shown their talents. They performed patriotic song, dance, skit and recited poems to shown their patriotism. The event ended with Holi Milan where students played holi and enjoyed the day. The faculty members and staffs of KIMDS helped to make the event grand success.

KIMDS celebrated International women’s day with love, pride and enthusiasm . We salute all the women who have built a society worth living and pledge to always support you. Thank you for everything, here is a glimpse of celebration at KIMDS campus.

Christmas was celebrated at Kejriwal Institute of Management and Development Studies, Ranchi on 24th December, 2021 with great pomp and show. The event was presided by our honorable Director Dr.A.K Singh and was well co-ordinated by Prof Trisha. Students were divided into three teams where each team were supposed to decorate a Christmas tree within a time limit of 2 hours. Each team performed brilliantly and decorated their tree very innovatively. On completion of this event, all the faculty members and staffs including the Director Sir and Principal Sir visited each team and congratulated them for successfully completing the task. After the tree decoration, Cake cutting ceremony took place in the garden area wherein high tea was also served to all. At the latter half of the day, there was an event called 'Secret Santa' where students gave each other gifts secretly without mentioning by whom it is from. The gifts were distributed by Santa Clause which was played by Kumar Priyam, student of PGDM 2nd year. Chocolates and candies were distributed to the students at the end of the event.

Kejriwal Institute of Management & Development Studies, Ranchi. 06th December 2021, 01.55 PM: A management game was organized by KIMDS on 04th December 2021 (Saturday). There were total four rounds – The first round was blowing balloons and balancing it from downstairs to Sevanjali Hall. In this round the judges were Prof. Trisha, Prof. Sushant, Prof Ritu Sinha and Ms. Aradhana Mishra. The second round was to write management words and the judges were Prof. Abhishek Kumar and Prof. Amit Kumar. The third round was: Waste to Best” where every student made something innovate with waste materials. The judges in this round were Prof. Amit Kumar and Ms. Aradhana Mishra. The fourth round was Ad-mad show where students sold the products (“Selling Black beauty cream” and selling begging apps to beggars”) in the craziest way. The judges were Prof. Abhishek Kumar and Prof. Ritu Sinha in this round. The four teams those who participated in “Biz Frolic Management Games” were Drucker, Kotler, Porter and Prahlad. The first three rounds were tie and thus depending on the fourth round, the result of the management game was declared. The winner was “ Team Kotler” and the first runner up was “Team Prahlad”. Certificate of appreciation was distributed. The whole event was presided over by honorable Director (Dr. A. K. Singh) of KIMDS and coordinated by Prof. Trisha. At last, vote of thanks was proposed. According to data collected, these games were fun activity for PGDM students where students participated enthusiastically.

A college Picnic was organized on 27th Nov. 2021 for the students of IVth Trimester (2020-22) and 1st Trimester (2021-23). Altogether 36 students, 04 Faculties and 12 non-teaching staff participated in the Picnic. It was for 6 hours programme. Veg and Non-veg food items were prepared for the lunch readymade breakfast was served to everyone (Idli and Kachouri). One bus and one winger was used for transportation from KIMDS to Panchghagh and back.

This is to report to you that 20 students (10 Boys + 10 Girls) including PGDM 2020-22 and 2021-23 have participated in the Organising of the 2nd T20 international match at the Jharkhand State Cricket Association Stadium led by myself. We left the campus at 11:30 am. Reaching there at JSCA students were offered lunch and were briefed about the work to be done. Our students were in the COVID check Team. They were divided into groups and assigned the different entrance gates. I am pleased to inform you that I found them to be very disciplined in their conduct and diligent in their work. After the close of Entry, they went to the Premier Tier 6 of the North Pavilion to enjoy the match. There they have been offered the dinner packets as well. For the branding of our Institute, they have fixed an I-Card on their blazer's packet so that our Brand would be visible. We left the stadium around 10:30 pm. I ensured that each one of them reach back home safely. I have personally dropped the students at their homes. The hostellers also reached safely. It was a good experience and our students enjoyed it a lot. They have thanked the KIMDS for providing them with this opportunity.

The Rangoli Competition was held on Wednesday 3rd November 2021 at Kejriwal Institute of Management and Development Studies (KIMDS), Namkum on the occasion of Deepawali.The event was presided by the honourable Director Dr. A. K. Singh and was coordinated by Prof. J. P. Verma and Prof. Trisha. The judges were from the college itself Prof. Ritu Sinha, Ms. Aradhna Mishra and Ms. Meena Dwivedi. On the day of competition every studentwas full of excitement and enthusiastic towards the event. The students were divided into four groups. Each group was eager to do their best. Material for the event were organized by the student. Before the commencement of the event the theme and rules were instructed to the students. The theme was ‘National Integration and the rules were – only 6 colours to be used, 2 materials along with colours and time duration was 75 min.As soon as the topic and rules were instructed each student rushed for the group discussion for 5minutes which was allowed. Each group was assigned a designated place such as two teams on the ground floor and other two on the 1st floor. The groups were formed of both juniors and senior students which gave the event more room for interaction between juniors and seniors. The students were so much involved in the event that no one realized how fast 75 minutes passed by. The time limit came to an end and the judges went by all the groups. The judges were accompanied by the honourable Director Sir and Prof. J. P. Verma. The judges were pleased seeing the effort and creativity of each group.Finally came the moment for which all of us were waiting that is the announcement of winner team. The winner team was Kotler and the runner up team was Prahalad. Both the teams were given certificates. The certificate was handed by Director Dr. A. K. Singh.Last but not the least some students shared their experience of the Rangoli event and the event came to an end on the last thoughtful message shared by the Director A. K. Singh.

The World Teachers’ Day under the theme Teachers at the Heart of Education Recovery was celebrated in Kejriwal Institute of Management and Development Studies on 5thOctober 2021. The event was held in the college premises at Sevanjali Hall. The day is marked to thank teachers around the globe. Honourable Director of KIMDS Dr. Ajit Kr. Singh, presided over the whole function and overwhelmingly said in his speech that we are very proud to have a day like this and highlighted the important role teachers play in the education system of any country and the need to cater for their needs in terms of professional development and welfare of students. The event was also attended by Faculty members, students and staff members. The program began with the opening ceremony of lighting of lamp and chorus song of Saraswati Vandana. Students organized many programs like dance, song and play that made a mesmerising impact on everyone present. The ceremony came to an end with vote of thanks and everyone proceeded for lunch followed by preparation of another event i.e. Freshers’ party in the second half.