Jashn 2019 - Let’s Live it Together, is an event organized by Department of Management Technology (DMT) and NSS Unit, Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management, Nagpur on 9th February 2019, for specially-abled children and children from orphanages. A full day event was conducted for these children to participate and enjoy. 65 students participated in drawing competition and 82 in dance competition. The program was graced by the presence of–Shri Govind Lalji Agrawal,General Secretary, RCOEM, Dr. Amit Anurag, Head NSS, Dr. Chandan Vichoray - Head, DMT, Dr. Neeta V. Shah, Professor, DMT, Dr. Vishal Mehta, JASHN Coordinator and the judges, during early morning hours. The drawing competition was judged by Dr. Shilpa Arya and Mr. Dipak Pachang. The age groups for Drawing competition, held in the morning were - 5-8 years, 9-11 years, 12 years and above. The Cultural Program, including Dance Competition, Drama and Fashion Show was held in the evening.
The dignitaries present during the evening function were Dr. Amit Anurag, Head NSS, Dr. Chandan Vichoray - Head, DMT, Dr. Neeta V. Shah, Professor, DMT, Dr. Vishal Mehta, Program Coordinator and Judges of the competition and other faculty members of the DMT. This competition was judged by Smt. Vandana Vyas and Smt. Renu Mahajan. The event was compered by Mr. Ashay Lanjewar, Mr. Ayush Mate, Ms. Milee Pillai, and Ms. Richa Sharma for the Cultural Event. Children from Bal Sadan, Katol Square, won Drama Special Prize. The Children from Shri Kisan Muk Badhir gave Special Performance and won the hearts and applause from the audience. This was followed by a Fashion Show. The theme was to bring different Cultures, within India, on the stage and their Togetherness. The Children from Jeevan Ashray Ashram, Bal Sadan, Shri Kisan Muk Badhir, Yuvajyoti and Sunshine participated in the event. As the evening unraveled, there was a special performance by the Music Group of Department of Management Technology, for these children.
For this Event, the organizing team executed a successful scrap collection campaign collecting approximately 8 tons of scrap. JASHN aims to provide these children with life-enhancing skills by the medium of workshops which will be conducted in the forthcoming months. A team of about 40 students was involved in making the event successful. The students visited different orphanages/ schools and conducted dance workshops for these children.