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submitted on March 3, 2013
Martha Graham, the mother of modern dance, once said “Dance is the hidden language of the soul”. What cannot be expressed through words, can be expressed through movement. And thus, at Samakraman, words were put aside and movement and expression became the means of communication. The stage presented an opportunity to the kids who haven’t been blessed with a life of privilege.
submitted on February 4, 2013
‘We Care Civic Internship’, was a program intended to involve students in the development sector. The program was started with the vision of creating socially inclined and empathetic future leaders. It exposed them to the social realities and provided them with an opportunity to use their technical & management knowledge to address a social issue with the support of an organizational mentor.
submitted on November 27, 2012
‘Blood Donation’ is a gift of Life that any healthy individual can give to a patient in his critical need of the hour. This deed of kindness can go a long way in saving someone’s life.
submitted on October 2, 2012
Mother Teresa said, “It's not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” It is with this belief that the SRF volunteers celebrated the ‘Joy of Giving Week’-the festival of philanthropy by involving people into various philanthropic initiatives.
submitted on July 24, 2012
SRF is a body of socially inclined students that has been partnering with NGOs to create awareness and to sensitize the student community about the social issues. To take yet another step in this direction, SRF organized NGO Carnival on 31st July 2012.
submitted on January 1, 2004
Since 2004, The Leaders of Tomorrow is an ongoing initiative conducted by the Social Responsibility Forum, SBM, NMIMS. As a part of this initiative, SRF Volunteers conduct weekly interactive sessions on personality development, soft skills and capacity building with class IX students of Gokalibai High School. This school nurtures the children of less privileged members of society. The basic objective of this initiative is to help the young impressionable minds develop their personalities and make them aware of the different opportunities that lie ahead of them and to instil the confidence to believe that they have it in them to be the Leaders of Tomorrow.