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IIM Raipur donates for differently abled children

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The Consultancy and Entrepreneurship Club of IIM Raipur organized the closing ceremony of “Mudit Vriddhi 8.0” and provided NGOs with various essential supplies.The eighth edition of “Mudit Vriddhi” was conducted as a part of the institute’s annual festival, “Equinox” on 10th March 2018.Mudit-Vriddhi – which means ‘Augmenting Happiness’, is an event organized every year by the institute with the aim to maximize the profit earned by selling artifacts and utilize the earnings for uplifting the underprivileged children in Raipur. 


The participants of the event were asked to sell artefacts door to door, made by the tribal population of Chhattisgarh. The agenda of the event was to raise considerable amount of fund for NGOs working for the differently abled children.The event registered a sum of Rs.68000 in its books. The supporting sponsors for “Mudit Vriddhi 8.0” were GK TMT, Bastar Arts and Krishna Public School. The NGOs which were associated with the event were Pratham Open schools, Kopalvani and Aakanksha Lions School for the mentally challenged children.



The guests for the benefaction ceremony were Mr. Gaurav Agarwal, CEO -Real Ispat and Power Ltd., Mr. Sudhakar Singh, Director-Bastar Arts and Mr.Ashutosh Tripathi, Director-Krishna Public School. The event started with the vote of thanks by Dr.Dhananjay Bapat, Chairman-Students Affair,IIM Raipur. In his speech he promised that the institute shall keep on lending a helping hand for the betterment of the society. Dr. Satyasiba Das, Chairman-Corporate Relations,IIM Raipur welcomed all the guests and appreciated all the participants for their fruitful efforts. The highlights of the evening were the cultural performances given by the differently abled children belonging to the associated NGOs.


The ceremony concluded with handing over of water purifiers, chairs with attached table tops, physiotherapy machines worth the sum collected. The items provided were as per the requirement of each NGO.

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