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The Great Indian Dream

The GID Club has the objective of making India developed in health, education and employment by the year 2025. This will happen only when growth and development is targeted more importantly for the bottom 80% of India's population; thus the club aspires to strengthen the Indian economy from its roots by making the weaker section of the society more educated, aware, healthy and employable.

IIPM celebrates International Women's Day with a difference_1_1

With the growing number of cases related to physical violence against women there is a rise of insecurity amongst them especially after the 16th December incident last year. And the worst part of it is that, we are still not prepared enough to protect ourselves from such ghastly crimes. Therefore GID Club at IIPM Delhi had recently introduced a workshop on self defense for its students just in order to make them more aware and also help them improve their safety. For this we had invited national & international level taekwondo trainers from the South District Taekwondo Association. Mrs. Jyoti Nagpal (4th Dan black belt - a national & international player. She is also the Technical Director of South District & an international referee) and her team who have been conducting numerous such workshops focusing on self defense for women, had come to show us the basic techniques which could be used in case a person faces an unforeseen situation in their day to day life. They started by first demonstrating the ways a girl can use objects that are readily available, such as a hand bag, pen, book or even her mobile phone as a weapon to protect herself if she faces any such situation. Not only that, they also showed techniques of how to protect oneself when we are threatened by a group of people be it a girl or a boy. In the end, they also invited some of the girls to come ahead and demonstrate whatever was taught to them to ensure that they learnt the technique well. At last, Prof. Angshuman Paul gave a vote of thanks to the guests and also presented them the guest of honor trophy.

ACM-GID Club of IIPM Delhi organizes a collage making competition_1

The ACM-GID Club of IIPM Delhi organized a collage making competition for the new batch of students. The students were asked to express their thoughts on the 'Uttarakhand Disaster'. This gave the students a chance to reflect on the tragedy and think of ways in which such future disasters could be avoided.

The Great Indian Dream (GID) Club Delhi , helps students understand the 'Onion Crisis'.

A lecture was organized for the new batch @ IIPM Delhi were Prof Sray Aggarwal explained to the students the reasons and consequences of the onion crisis and encouraged them to think and come out with solutions to the problem. The students participated enthusiastically and even donated onions to the ACM-Great Indian Dream Foundation which were distributed among the people living in the nearby slums.Through this event the students not only learnt about the functioning of the economy but were sensitized to the problems faced by people living below the poverty line. The aim of the GID Club is to nurture more humane entrepreneurs.