|Name of Event||Government of Maharashtra CASI MAHA MUN - MODEL UNITED NATIONS|
|Date & Time of Program||6th and 7th December, 2019|
|Venue||National Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, University of Mumbai, Kalina Campus, Mumbai|
|No. of Participants||1 student from T.Y.B.Com. Ms. Priya Vishwakarma and 2 teachers, Librarian Ms. Parveen Arif and Associate Professor Dr. Lata Krishnan|
|Objective||To participate in the Government of Maharashtra CASI MAHA MUN – Model United Nations.
The theme given to us was environment and the nation, India
|Brief Report of Program||A T.Y.B.Com. student Ms. Priya Vishwakarma enrolled for the Model United Nations event organised by the Government of Maharashtra CASI MAHA MUN on 6th and 7th Deceember, 2019. It was the first time the college was participating in the Model United Nations event. After a glittering opening ceremony the participants were invited to the venue centre which was divided according to the themes of the MUN. It was fascinating to see how students from standard 9, 10, 11, 12 and degree college students all blended in together to recreate the united nations floor. It was simulation of the UN where committees representing different United Nations members participated on several themes such as Environment, Women Empowerment and Leadership, Road Safety, Education, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene etc.
The event ended with students passing resolutions on important issues discussed in the MUN. The participants got a first-hand experience of the proceedings of the UN. It was role play and simulation method of learning for all. Schools and colleges from all over Maharashtra had participated in this prestigious event.
|No. of Beneficiary||3 from the college. 200 from all over Maharashtra|
|Name of Event||MAHA Walkathon 2019|
|Date & Time of Program||30th November, 2019|
|Venue||The MAHA Walkathon 2019 was flagged off from the MNDC college campus, 2019 at 8.30 a.m.|
|No. of Participants||32 NSS Volunteers of the college|
|Objective||The objective of MAHA Walkathon 2019 was to spread awareness on Road Safety|
|Brief Report of Program||32 NSS volunteers and one NSS Programme Officer Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lata Krishnan and one teacher Dr. Anaya Markandeya were flagged off from the college campus at 8.30 a.m. They were accompanied by the Chembur Police who travelled with them throughout the route of the walkathon. The NSS volunteers had prepared placards on Road Safety. Slogans were created. Helmet Pehno, Jaan Bachao! Safe Roads, Save Lives! Etc. The NSS Volunteers along with the teachers walked from the college campus to Shivaji Putala, R. K. Studio road and back to the college. They halted in three stops near the Diamond Garden Signal, the Shivaji Putala and at the Chembur Naka signal and shouted out slogans. The walkathon was brisk and the sloganeering energetic. The message of safe roads and safe driving was effectively communicated.
This event was a part of the Government of Maharashtra CASI MAHA MUN event which was scheduled on 6th and 7th December, 2019.
|No. of Beneficiary||32 students and 2 teachers.
Colleges from all over Maharashtra joined in the Walkathon on 30th November, 2019 to spread awareness on Road Safety.
MNDC participating in the MAHA Walkathon 2019-20 on 30th November, 2019 at 8.45 a.m. spreading the awareness of the importance of observing traffic rules in the community.
Students of MNDC taking the Test for the TISS NUSSD Program on Saturday 23rd November, 2019.
Being the first in the Workshop series of Campus Yuva, after a brief introduction, students were made aware of the consequences of spreading news through a Role play and the dangers of fake news. They were made to think critically and analyse through tests if any piece of information was received or even when connecting to everyday life.
That it is our fundamental duty to develop social scientific temper and a spirit of inquiry and reform formed the conclusion of the workshop.
Mahatma Night Degree College of Commerce, Chembur participated in the programme ‘Yoga by the Bay’ to celebrate International Day of Yoga 2019.
Yoga by the Bay
It is the second time in a row that our college is participating in this mega Yoga event, a joint initiative of the NGO ‘I Love Mumbai’ and holistic health guru Mickey Mehta, supported by the Times of India.
Mahatma Night College students got an opportunity to decorate the Marine Drive of Mumbai with a necklace of people doing Yoga and Meditation. All roads led to Marine Drive to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Yoga bythe Bay. The event gave us an opportunity to practice yoga in the rejuvenating breeze of the waterfront at Marine Drive. The session was open to all. Participants needed to carry their own yoga mats and rainwear. There were no entry tickets for this programme.
MNDC students set off for ‘Yoga by the Bay’…
The young yoga enthusiasts, 73 students of Mahatma Night Junior and Degree College of Arts and Commerce particularly standard XI, NSS National Service Scheme volunteers and non-volunteers of S.Y.B.Com. and T.Y.B.Com. were picked up by special buses arranged for them from the Chembur college campus in the wee hours of the morning of 21st June, 2019. Attendance was taken at 5.00 a.m. and the students reached Marine Drive, Veer Nariman road promenade at 6.00 a.m. Dr. Lata Krishnan the yoga teacher of the college, H.O.D. Commerce and Associate Professor was joined by Dr. Nivedita Shreyans, PRO Public Relations Officer of Pillai Group of Institutions to accompany the students to the event. The event started at 6.00 after a brief introduction by host and yoga instructor followed by prayer and yogasanas till 8.00 a.m. The CYP Common Yoga Protocol was followed and the students performed the yogasanas confidently and cheerfully. The participants for the programme Yoga by the Bay were students from schools and colleges in and around Mumbai, the Police force, the Indian Navy, and Yoga enthusiasts from the neighbourhood.
Tasty breakfast boxes were distributed among the students post the event and they were dropped back to the college by 9.00 a.m.