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Diwali Celebrations at IMS Ghaziabad

The auspicious festival of Lights, started with a wish that the glow of joy, prosperity and happiness illuminates the days in the year ahead and many more years to come in lives of all the family members of IMS fraternity.

The celebrations started at 11:00 am on 1st  November, 2013 in the administrative block by offering prayers to Lord Ganesha, Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati. Lamps were lit to illuminate one and all with knowledge, wealth and health and everyone was inspired to collectively join hands in making IMS achieve great height.

Shri Rakesh Chharia, Management Trustee, IMS Society and Dr Urvashi Makkar, Director, IMS offered prayers to Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi. They personally wished each and every member of IMS family. Havan was organised. All faculty and staff members participated in prayers in unison.

Faculty and Staff members were presented with gifts and were wished endless joy, health and wealth for ever. Thereafter everyone enjoyed a delicious lunch. After the exchange of warm wishes for Diwali on the eve of Dhantiras, Faculty and staff members left for their homes in the afternoon.

The institute was declared closed for 4 days from 2nd to 5th Nov, 2013 for the faculty and staff members  to enjoy the festival of lights with their near and dear ones, rejuvenate their energies and start afresh with lot of zeal and enthusiasm from 6th Nov, 2013.

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