Shail Group of Institutions Encourage Specially Abled Students (View All News)
Shail Group of Institutions (SGI) comprising of IIST, IIST (II), IIMR, IIP and IICA believes not only in self-regulating mechanism within the spirit of the law and ethical standards but goes beyond and engages in actions that support social welfare, especially for differently abled students. Corporate Social Responsibility is a mission for SGI and is evident by the theme "We Care, We Share" which Shail Group implements and propagates.
Towards this end, SGI had organized a function on 4th Oct 2013 to give away computers to specially abled students. 35 such students from four organizations namely Sanskrit Vidhayalaya, Helen Keller Institute for the Blind (run by MP Welfare Association for the Blind), Viklaang Kalyaan Sangh (Welfare Association for the Disabled) and Samarpan Care (Awareness & Rehabilitation Center for the Mentally Challenged Women) participated in the functions. Floral welcome was accorded to by Dr. B. B. Patil, Principal IIMR and Prof. Umesh Pareekh, Principal IIP.
These talented students gave a scintillating dance and musical performance and proved beyond any doubt about their expertise at par with best in the society. Master Ajay of Sanskrit Vidyalaya recited slokas from our ancient scriptures. Visually challenged students of Viklaang Kalyaan Sangh and Antardrishti sang melodious tunes and enthralled the spectators. Specially challenged students of Hellen Keller Institute also gave scintillating dance performance.
Message of our Chairman was read by Mr. Jay John. Dr. Shilpa Tripathy, Deputy Director of School of Engineering spoke on the occasion and commended the thrilling performance of the specially gifted students. On behalf of SGI, she extended support to these students for any future endeavor. She then gave away the mementos to Dr. G. D. Singhal, Secretary Hellen Kellar Institute, Mr. Nitesh Pandey, Principal Sanskrit Vidyalay, Mr. R. K. Sharma, EO of Prayas and Ms. Varuna Joshi of Antardrishti.
The function was elegantly coordinated by student coordinators Priyanka Vyas, Adaa Khan, Omeza Khan and Abhisekh Baldua.