Mumbai based Dalmia Lions College of Commerce and Economics is all set to host its popular annual fest “Dalmia Lions Utsav 18” (DLU) on December 20-21, 2018. This year, the theme of the mesmerising fest is ‘Yugen’ – Engage with Nature’s exhilaration. Yugen is an original Jap?anese word that means “mystery and deep awareness of nature”.
Over the decades, Dalmians have taken up several initiatives to save and protect nature. If we really care about our environment and nature, then we can definitely protect it. Keeping this in mind, cyclathon has been organised on December 15, 2018 under Road to D. L .U. The cyclathon will cover a stretch between Dalmia College and Chota Kashmir Aarey Colony, with the finishing point being the college campus. After this, the students of Dalmia College will give paper bags to local retailers in Malad, Kandivali and Borivali areas. That is exactly why walkathon has been organised on December 16. The event will witness media veterans including Karl Gomes – who was a creative director in top notch companies like DDB Worldwide, Mudra advertising, Arc Worldwide and is currently a creative director at Rediffusion Y&R, and Miss India Tourism 2014 & 2015 Rasshmi Rajput. Vala Tourism has extended support to this initiative.
“Every year, Dalmia College is trying to give some new themes and some new social messages as well as this year. This year this theme has been kept in mind, and this year’s theme is based on nature’s thinking. Our students organised Cyclathon and Walkathon to create awareness among the masses. Use plastic bags at least and use more of paper bags,” says principal Dr. N. N. Pandey.
The DLU has seven major departments, including Kabbadi, Kho-Kho, Lagori, Face Paintings, Henna, VJ Hunt, Short Film, and several other competitions. 850 students from 85 colleges in Mumbai have already been enrolled for DLU 2K18.Posted in Campus