Tree Plantation at DES

On July 11, 2024, the Deccan Education Society (DES) reaffirmed its commitment to sustainability by organizing a successful coconut tree plantation drive. This significant event was graced by the presence of our esteemed leadership team, including Shri. Pramod Rawat Chairman, Council & Governing Body DES, Shri. Dhananjay Kulkarni Secretary, DES, CA Vivek Mathkari Governing Body Member, DES, Shri. Khemraj Ranpise Council Member, DES, and Shri. Milind Kamble Council Member, DES.Together with our dedicated DES staff, we planted new life and took a significant step towards a greener future.

By integrating sustainable practices, DES aims to create a lasting impact on the environment and inspire others to contribute to a greener, healthier planet. The coconut trees planted during this drive will play a crucial role in reducing carbon footprints, enhancing biodiversity, and providing long-term ecological benefits.

Free Medical Check-up and Aid for Warkaris

The DES's Brijlal Jindal College of Physiotherapy and Smt. Subhadra K. Jindal College of Nursing conducted a free medical check-up for the warkaris at Gupte Mangal Hall. The event included checks for muscle disorders, joint pain, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels. Chairperson of DES's Nursing College Dr. Preeti Abhyankar led an eye exam and distributed glasses. Chairman of DES's Physiotherapy Dr. Sharad Agarkhedkar and Trustee of Alandi Devasthan Dr. Bhavarth Dehane attended the event, wishing the initiative well. Additionally, the Nursing college students distributed medicines, fruits, and essential kits to the pilgrims on June 30, 2024.

International Yaga Day Celebration

International Yoga Day was celebrated with enthusiasm on June 21, 2024, at all institutes of the Deccan Education Society. Students, faculty, and staff came together for a series of invigorating yoga sessions and workshops, promoting physical and mental well-being. The event highlighted the importance of yoga in fostering a healthy lifestyle and unity across the community. Participants of all ages experienced the transformative power of yoga, reinforcing the Society's commitment to holistic education.

Women's Day Celebration

Hindustan Antibiotics School's International Women's Day celebration honored the strength and resilience of women. The event's heart was volunteer Lata Bhalerao, who exemplified dedication despite personal challenges.For 18 years, Lata has volunteered at the school, even while raising her four children after her husband's passing.  The event recognized her sacrifices and the success of her children, a testament to her unwavering commitment.Students Shraddha Tiwari and Sanskriti Gore presented poems, while Samiksha Iswe spoke about social worker Sevika Lata Mawasi. Cultural performances added a vibrant touch.Hindustan Antibiotics School's Women's Day transcended celebration, becoming a powerful reflection of the enduring female spirit.

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