Rotaract Club of H R College organises Manoranjan Mela for special kids

The event was organised by the group on March 12, where the kids enjoyed fun filled activities throughout the day with some delicacies.

  • Rotaract Club of H R College organises Manoranjan Mela for special kids
  • Rotaract Club of H R College organises Manoranjan Mela for special kids
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In a recently held event, Mumbai witnessed one of the unique carnivals organised especially for the disabled, handicapped and mentally challenged students of various municipal schools and NGO's. This event was organised by the Rotaract Club of H R College at Jawahar Bal Bhavan.

This event titled 'Manoranjan Mela', saw the presence of schools and institutions across the city and 500 such kids for the same, on March 12, who enjoyed the day with fun-filled activities and delicacies. The Rotary Club of Bombay sponsors the 'Manoranjan Mela' every year and it remains close to their hearts. The individuals should not be considered the weak among the sections of the society as they are equally strong if not more. Why can't we see the world through rose coloured glasses and paint the town red?

On the other hand, the club firmly believes that hard work and dedication never go unnoticed and this was truly evident from the recent events organised by the members. 

A dream to see a day when no child is deprived of their right to quality education and an acknowledgment of the vast gap between the education systems of the public and private sector schools in India, were the seeds of determination to make a change and start Project Echo.

Echo is a programme which was started 4 years back with an aim to bridge the educational gap. In these past years. This year Echo will be happening from the 4th to the 8th of April, 2018. This is an initiative of the Rotary Club of Bombay along with the constant support of The Rotaract Club Of H.R. College and 9 other Clubs.

The initiative is a team effort and its success wouldn't have been possible without the constant support of like-minded individuals who shared a vision for an equally educated India.

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