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DMC 2nd year students organised Ramleela at Laxmi Devi auditorium. It was a modern take on age old Ramleela. The script was original to its roots associated with Ramleela yet maintained a quirky feel relevant to the modern times. The script was written by Pragati Chaurasia, Dhairyaa Mehrotra, Priti Kashyap and Srishti Singh under the guidance of faculty members Ashrita Shukla and Lokesh Shukla.

The students enacted five major scenes of the play attaching social messages to each of the scene. The main themes of the play revolved around women empowerment, deforestation and untouchability. These themes were related to different verses of Ramayana. The play was heavy in sarcasm and imbibing current issues like workplace harassment (#metoo ) in script which made quite an impact on the audience.

The play began with Goddess Sita's Swayamvar scene which had references of matrimonial websites. Monal Srivastava inculcated characteristics of Komolika from one of the hit show of TV for her character of Shurpnakha which drew laughter from the crowd. Lord Hanuman's entry was the highlight of the event.

The message was well received by the audience which compriseS of students from JIM, JIDA, and Jagran College. Dialogues received hearty applause and laughs. It was greatly appreciated by faculty and students alike. The main leads of the play were Soumitra Srivastava, Nandita Bajpai and Akshat Lehri who played the role of Lord Rama, Goddess Sita and Raavana respectively. Other cast members were Adarsh Tripathi (Dasratha and Vibhishan), Krishna Bajpai (Laxman) and Jalaj Shukla (Janak and Hanuman).

Spreading happiness on children's day

What's a better way to spend children's day than to celebrate it with underprivileged children. JIMMC took a initiative to make this day a memorable one for the underprivileged kids of B.K. Education Centre, Kalyanpur, Kanpur. Our students apprised children about personal hygiene and good habits and taught children about practicing good habits like brushing your teeth daily, washing your hands, taking bath regularly, time management and respecting elders. Various fun games like race, quiz and talent hunt were conducted in which children actively took part and presented their talents in dancing and singing with great enthusiasm. Prem Srivastava, student of 6th class enacted an energetic bollywood dance and another student Sonam Tiwari narrated her school prayer. The winners were awarded with various prize. Gifts such as notebooks and pencils were distributed among the children. Also the childrens were provided with eatables in the presence of Assistant Professor JIMMC Ms Ashrita Shukla, Manager of B.K. Education Centre Mr. Dinesh Kumar and Principal Ms. Dipti Singh. Overall the event was a successful one and the main motive of spreading happiness among children was attained.

Sweksha Bhagat took Two days workshop on Screenplay writing

Writing skill is the basic structure of any movie. Introduction of its story, set ups, ups and downs and even conclusion of a story all these technical knowledge were given to students in the workshop organized on Screenplay writing by Sweksha Bhagat a Mumbai based Script writer to the students of Jagran Institute of Management and Mass Communication. Sweksha Bhagat has completed her schooling from Kanpur. She has written stories for many shows like Qubul Hain and is currently working for Colors show Asoka. She addressed the students by informing them as to how the character of hero or villain is to be decided from the beginning. Through the highlights of the films like Chak de India, DDLJ, and Rockstar, she explained the intricacies of screenplay writing to the students. The workshop concluded with creating excitement and curiosity in the career of Screenplay.

"INQUIZITIVE" - Annual Quiz Competition

An  quiz competition organized at JIMMC, Kanpur in November, 2016 was divided at three levels for the selection of participants for the grand finale.  This included 30 multiple choice questions, including negative marking for each wrong answer. Eight students from among these qualified for the third and the final round of the quiz competition which had four teams of two participants each. Five rounds testing the participants’ general knowledge, current affairs, knowledge of personalities and celebrities, knowledge of business and finance and an audio-visual round. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the quiz and Sachi Sachan and Rajat Sahni were the winner questions were also thrown open to audience members who walked away with a few goodies.


An inhouse Group discussion competition was organized 30th January, 2015 at JIMMC. The topics of GD were: Do you think the selection of Indian cricket team for ICC World cup 2015 is the appropriate combination of players? Is there a need of censorship board for Indian film industry or they are obstructing freedom of speech. What should be the criteria for selecting our political leaders? Political experience or Administrative Experience Each team presented their views FOR and AGAINST the topic in the most effective manner within the time span of six minutes. The winning team, Anshita Sahu, Aniya Srivastava, ArunKant Pachori and Mankrit Kaur presented their views on Political experience should be the criteria for selecting our political leaders. Komal Mathani was awarded as the Best Speaker of the day. She discussed upon that censorship for Indian film industry is obstructing the freedom of speech. Each team aggressively and confidently answered the questions being asked by them. Audience also actively shown their participation and shared their views. Knowledge sharing always makes a difference and so does this event. .

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