Krishna Janmashtami is also known as Janmashtami or Gokulashtami. It is an annual festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna. The same was celebrated by the Kamal Institute of Higher Education and Advance Technology on 23rd August 2019 (Friday) with great pomp and show. The institute organized various events and competitions to celebrate the occasion such as:
Cooking without flame competition
Rangoli competition
Poster Making competition
Poetry and Bhajan Samaroh
1. Cooking without Flame – It is an art, technology and craft of preparing food without fire. The students of BBA, BCA, B.COM and BA(JMC) participated in it. The event started at 11:30 AM and it was judged by Mrs. Archana Mam from Kamal Model Sr. Sec. School, Mohan Garden. The students made very delicious and mouth watering dishes such as pudding, petha laddo, coconut laddo, sandwich, milkmaid with crushed marielite laddos, etc. The winners of the competition were: 
1st Position- Leena Aggarwal & Nishtha Tyagi (Pudding & Petha Laddo)
2nd Position- Pawan Arora & Ankit Kumar Singh (Milkmaid & Marielite Laddos)
                      Nancy & Pooja (Coconut Laddo)
3rd Position – Anamika Kashyap & Saumya Girdhar (Sandwich & Chaats )
2. Rangoli Competition – Rangoli is an art form which originated in Indian sub-continentin which patterns are created on the floor or the ground using colors, sand, colored rice, flower petals etc. The event started at 12:00 PM and was judged by Mr. Shravan Sir from Kamal Model Sr. Sec. School. The students from various courses participated to showcase their art. The winners of the competition were:
1st Position – Shruti and Sonam
2nd Position – Leena Aggarwal and Ritika Raj
3rd Position – Aryan and group 
3. Poster Making Competition – A Poster is a temporary promotion of an idea, product or event put up in a public space for mass appeal.  The event started at 1:00 PM and was judged by Mr. Shravan Sir. The topic for poster making was “Janmashtami” and the students made beautiful posters of Lord Krishna. The winners of the competition were:
1st Position – Sujata (BBA, 3rd year)
2nd Position – Ritika
3rd Position – Divya (BBA, 3rd year ) and Muskan
4. Poetry and Bhajan Samaroh – Poetry is a form of literature that uses aesthetic and rhythmic quality of languages to evoke meanings in addition to the prosaic ostensible meaning. The event started at 12:30 PM and was judged by Mrs. Sanju Mishra Mam and Mrs. Dolly Mendiratta Mam from Kamal Model Sr. Sec. School. The students from various courses participated and presented beautiful poems and bhajans which mesmerized the audience. The winners of the competition were:
1st Position – Sarthak Bansal (B.COM, 2nd year)
2nd Position – Pragati Upadhyay (B.COM, 2nd year)
3rd Position – Nishtha Tyagi (BBA, 2nd year)
All the winners were awarded with certificates. Novels were given to first position holders. To encourage and motivate the students, certificates were awarded to all the participants also. 
At 2:00 PM, all the students and faculties gathered to celebrate the birth of ‘Lord Krishna’. The students made a beautiful Mandir and decorated the idol of Krishna with flowers and colors. Everyone joined for aarti and bhajans. Radha-Krishna dance was performed by the students and faculties also joined them. The Prasad was distributed to each and everyone after the pooja. All the students, teachers and other staff members enjoyed a lot and it was a memorable day for everyone.


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“Role of Probiotics in Maintaining Good Health” by Yakult

Kamal Institute of Higher Education And Advanced Technology organized a seminar to highlight the “Role of Probiotics in Maintaining Good Health” on 21st September 2019 at Vandana Internatiol School, Dwarka.

Mr. Anudeep Arora, Director presented a floral welcome to the guest Ms. Jyoti Vohra, Senior Executive of Science Department.
Ms. Jyoti Vohra started the seminar by introducing herself to the students and she made the students aware of intestinal health and role of Probiotics. She presented the reports of WHO and the explained that World Health Organization (WHO) and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has defined the term “Probio” as “Pro” means “For” and “Bio” means “Life” thus, Probiotic means “For Life”. She also discussed about basic digestive system which includes the process of food intake and excretion of waste. She also put light on intestinal flora. She focused on  effective communication with the students in order to answer all their problems and provide solutions to their issues. She also explained the role of antibiotics in maintaining the balance of digestive system and maintaining good health.

After the discussions, she played a video which explained the importance of intestinal bacteria, sources of bacteria, functions as well as merits and demerits of intestinal bacteria. Beneficial bacteria which have positive impact on the body and promotes digestion. Harmful bacteria which causes weakness in the body. She told that the human body has symbolic relation with bacteria which totally depends on our food.

At the end of the session a bottle of Yakult was distributed to all the students and faculty members. The seminar was at great success and was concluded with the vote of thanks given by  Mr. Manu Kohli.


Polythene is a gift of science that has got immense popularity in present time. But now the excessive use of polybags has become a matter of concern for us. Due to its non-porous and non-biodegradable nature, polybag harms us a lot in many ways. It also contains toxic chemicals. Thus, they choke the soil and suffocate the roots of plants. During the rainy season, it may block the drains and that cause artificial flood. Thus the time has arrived to Say no to Polybags. To make students and people aware of the bad effect of polythene bags on environment, human beings and animals, the CSR Committee of Kamal Institute of Higher Education and Advance Technology initiated Say No to Polythene Bag campaign under Swachchta Pakhwada 2019 on 3rd September 2019 (Tuesday).

The students and teachers of the institute visited various localities in Delhi and spread the awareness about hazardous impact of plastic bags. The students made the paper bags and distributed to the shopkeepers and requested them to avoid the plastic bags, the team addressed a lot of people and spread the message to the masses. Posters on plastic ban were also made by students and spread around the streets of Delhi. The team of students and teachers talked to the people and advised various ways to avoid the use of plastic bags, which were: 

• Use a reusable produce bag. A single plastic bag can take 1,000 years to degrade. Purchase or make your own bag made of cloth and be sure to wash them often!
• Ask your local grocer to take your plastic containers (for berries, tomatoes, etc.) back. If you shop at a farmers market they can refill it for you.
• Stop buying bottled water, unless there’s some kind of contamination crisis, plastic water bottles are an easy target for reducing waste. Instead, keep a refillable bottle handy.
• Say no to straws.
• Switch from disposable diapers to cloth.
• Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.

Then the team administered the oath to the people that they would not use poly-bags. People who go to work, people who do not go to work, people who are literate, people who are illiterate, all can come together and do this. The person who sells vegetable, the person who sells branded clothes, everyone can contribute and become a bigger person. We all – the rich, the poor, the careful and the not so careful, we all live in the same environment and we all will have to come together to save this planet. And for once let’s not talk about the country but about the world.

Students took out a rally carrying posters with various slogans in the city. There was enthusiasm among them and the people of the city. We know the initiative will not end the problem in a single day but the end of the problem will begin. Overall, it seemed to be a very successful campaign.


Water is one of the most important substances on earth. All plants and animals need water to survive.  If there is no water there would be no life on earth. Water crisis is a reality. Urgent actions are required to save the water and human existence on the planet. The CSR Committee of Kamal Institute of Higher Education and Advance Technology took an initiative under Swachchta Pakhwada 2019 to spread the awareness about water conservation. The team of students and teachers initiated Jal Shakti Abhiyaan on 4th September 2019 (Wednesday). The activities of the program were supervised by Ms. Puja Arya, Ms. Preeti Yadav and Mrs. Heena Bhalla.

According to the studies, water use has grown at more than twice the rate of population growth in the last century. If this continues, we’ll all face water crisis very shortly. Thus, this increasing population needs to be aware of the water crisis and the sustainable use of water to survive on the planet. The emphasis of the initiative was to aware people about the importance of water and the consequences of scarcity of water and educating them about rain water harvesting, water management and efficient use of the resource.

The students and teachers of the institute visited various localities in Delhi and spread the awareness about water conservation. The students performed Skits in the streets of Delhi thereby addressed a lot of people and spread the message and also distributed posters on water conservation, its efficient use and rain water harvesting. The team of students and teachers talked to the households and advised them the ways to conserve water in day-to-day life, which are:

Washing cars with bucket water instead of using water pipes.
Using bucket for bathing instead of shower. 
Keeping double check on leakage of water taps.
Avoid unnecessary drainage of water while brushing teeth.
Turn off the water while shaving.
If you wash dishes by hand, don't leave the water running for rinsing.
If possible, opt for rain water harvesting, etc.

The Jal Shakti Abhiyaan initiated by the Swachchta Pakhwada 2019 focused on raising awareness in all levels of society about the importance of saving water to cope with its scarcity and ensure sustainability. The aim was to change citizen’s attitude and behavior to improve water use efficiency. This water conservation drive was highly praised by people and we hope that the efforts of the institution will bring out positive results and will motivate the society to save water and life on Earth.


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