School of Management seeks blessings from Lord Satyanarayana
Like every year, the Management, Staff & Students of DYPUSM performed the Satyanarayan Pooja, at the Dnyanpushpa Niketan Campus at CBD-Belapur. On Friday, 18th December 2015 morning, all members of DYPUSM – The Management, Staff & Students, came dressed in an beautiful traditional attires to perform the Satyanarayan Pooja.
On the same day, DYPUSM celebrated traditional day. The female staff members celebrated this day with much enthusiasm, wearing the traditional nine yard saree – Nauvari, while men came dressed in kurtas.
The event started on the morning of Friday, 18th December 2015. After performing the Satyanarayan Pooja, all staff members of DYPUSM were called in to feast on the Maha Prasad arranged by the Management. A Traditional Day Competition followed next.
All students dressed in authentic traditional attire were appreciated. Eighteen students in all participated in this competition, wherein they had to walk the ramp and answer a few questions, asked by our panel of judges, based on the tradition that they were promoting. The panel of judges consisted faculty members – Ms. Amina Momin, Ms. Alfa Lokhande & Ms. Darinka Souza.
Most girl students walked in dressed in sarees, be it a beautiful white and red Bengali saree or an elegant golden and white Kerela saree. Some girls chose to go fashionable while keeping traditions in place, by wearing designer Lehengas. Out of these 18 participants, three pairs were awarded based on their attire and the ability to come up with a witty answer to the judge’s questions. Mentioned below are the names of the winners.
Winners: Sanket (dress as Bajirao) & Neha Goojar (dressed as a modern girl with traditional values)
1st Runner Up: Justin (dressed in a Kerela Lungi) & Sejal (dressed in a Bengali saree)
2nd Runner Up: Mohit (dressed in a Kurta) & Neha Walunj (dressed in a Nauvari)
The response of students towards this event was over whelming. Justin Abraham from BBA spoke on behalf of the BBA students, saying, “It’s fun to be dressed in a traditional attire to college. It reminds us of our roots. I, on behalf of all students, would like to convey a big thanks to our college Management for successfully organizing exciting events for us, month after month.”
Dr. R. Gopal, Director – DYPUSM said, “Taking admission in a Management School shouldn’t be only about theoretical studying and project submissions. Students must also enjoy this phase of their lives. We celebrate Traditional Day every year with an intention to remind the students of the various traditions around us. The vision behind celebrating this day is to promote Unity in Diversity.”
The event ended on a good note, with all members of DYPUSM walking out with a big smile, and many pleasant memories. DYPUSM Management thanks all its members, students & staff, for making this event – Satyanarayan Pooja & Traditional Day, a huge success.