Social Initiatives

At DIMR we believe and we have experienced, that “when someone do something for someone, without a reason, what he gets back in return is joy and satisfaction”.

The social initiatives at DIMR are not just the part of our traditions but rather we will say that, it is now a part of the thought process of individuals associated with DIMR, wherein if someone feels like doing something for someone, everyone else joins automatically.

Thus it’s not something extraordinary for us to share with you that how each one of us at DIMR is contributing his part in various social initiatives.


Ravet Tree Plantation Drive 5th July 2017

Why seek blessings of our forefathers only? Let us save ourselves from the curse of our descendants, for not keeping this planet ‘Green’.
DIMR & DACC joined hands to be a part of Govt. of Maharashtra’s ‘Green Army’, with a ‘Native Tree Plantation Drive ‘at Ravet.
We pledged to keep this planet ‘greener’ for the generations to come.


World Sparrow Day 20th March 2016

On the occasion of this World Sparrow Day, students of DIMR took a pledge to make this planet a better place for sparrows; plant native plants, provide water for them, feed them regularly, put up nest boxes and spread the message of conservation.

We will chirp for the sparrows and tweet for the sparrows because we love them very much!


Visit to Nachiket Balgram

“There is no more noble occupation in the world than to assist another human being to help someone succeed.”
On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti Team DIMR had organised “Daan Utsav” where each one donated either in cash or kind. This donation was then given to an orphanage, Nachiket Balgram located in Akurdi, Pune. This visit was a memorable one where everyone was deeply touched by the resilience of the young kids living over there. The visit to the orphanage was a fulfilling experience for all of us as we came back with not only memories but also some valuable lessons.


Visit to PrernaBhavan

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
With a view to develop social values in our students we visited Prerna Bhavan on 27th Jan 2014. It is a home for under-privileged, mentally challenged children and women. But walking around, it was a pleasant surprise to see how our expectations of a dusty and sad place were replaced by the reality of a vibrant, heart-warming, and welcoming environment.
We gathered the kids and the women for interactive games and dance to help us get to know them and encourage their trust. We spend time with the kids and gave our company to make them feel good which is most important to them. We did our bit to support the cause by donating stationary, Nutritious food items, Board Games etc.
The time spent their made us realize that there is lot to learn from them, including experiences about life such as being grateful and being genuinely happy with what we have.


Navakshitij