Vile Parle West, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) December 31, 2011 -- Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics, known as NM college by Mumbai's Youth has proudly announced its 13th year of Drishti - the biggest management festival of Mumbai.
Drishti is the integration of Management, Fun, Sports, Culture and Business events. Drishti is known for its innovative theme each year. Inspired by the Arabic Civilization, the festival's theme this year is Sands of Arabia.
A total 150 organizing members have been working for 90 days just to create the essence of Arabia throughout the NM college campus. Sky is the limit for these dedicated and committed organizing members.
The organizing members are none other than the students of BMS, BAF and BFM of the same college. With their sheer enthusiasm they have invited participants from 125 colleges from all over the city.
This grand festival will be having its pronite. The pronite is always supported with rocking performances from famous artists.
Drishti's organization firmly believes that Social responsibility is a duty every individual and each organization has to perform to maintain a balance between the economy and the ecosystem.
In accordance with its belief, Drishti fulfils its social responsibility by having its association with Being Human- The Salman Khan Foundation.
Being Human supports two great NGO's Marrow Donor Registry(India) and Assema Foundation. So Drishti, Being Human, MDRI and Assema Foundation have joined hands for to help cancer patients and underprivileged children.
A Mumbai based non-profit organization, is working with underprivileged children to provide them a nurturing and stimulating educational environment. By doing so, it aims to bring these children back into the mainstream of society. It's been over 13 years since Aseema began its first class with only 18 children. Over the years, the scope of our work has grown tremendously.At Aseema, exploration and fun are a part of all learning.
About Marrow Donor Registry
Marrow Donor Registry India is to create a registry of donors for those patients requiring bone marrow transplantation and without an HLA- matched donor within their families.