Activities & Events
LBIIHM begins the Academic Session with a Saraswati Puja. We wish goddess Saraswati, the embodiment of Art and Education to bless the students with immense knowledge and guide them towards the right path with a bright future
Teachers Day Celebration
Though we all know that 5th September is celebrated as the National Teacher's Day throughout our country because it is the birthday of a timeless teacher and the former President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Very few would know another basic reason behind the chosen date. When some of the students and friends approached him and requested him to allow them to celebrate his birthday, he said," instead of celebrating my birthday separately, it would be my proud privilege, if September 5th is celebrated as Teacher's Day. Teachers are the beacons of light, guiding a learner in the formative years of his/her life. To imbibe its true values, we allow the students to enact as Teachers. The students offer flowers, greeting cards and Gifts as a Token of affection to the teachers.
Deepawali is celebrated in our institute with fun and frolic; however the celebration is blended with the age old tradition of the Ramayana i.e. to commemorate the return of Ram, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu from his 14 year exile with Sita and Lakshman after killing the "Ravan, a demon King. The preparation starts in advance. Students decorate their respective classrooms with their own creations and also in their own styles.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate social responsibility (CSR), is defined as the ethical behaviour of a company or Business Establishment towards the society. CSR has become increasingly prominent in the Indian corporate scenario because organizations have realized that besides growing their businesses it is also vital to build trustworthy and sustainable relationships with the community at large. Though India is one of the fastest growing economies, socioeconomic problems like poverty, illiteracy, lack of healthcare etc. are still ubiquitious and the government has limited resources to tackle these challenges. This scenario has opened up several areas for businesses to contribute towards social development. CSR is not a new concept in India. To inculcate a similar sense of responsibility towards the society, our Faculties allocate topics relating to "Social issues” to the students and further assist them in completing the tasks. We further evaluate the work done by the students and workout strategies to make the students more responsible towards the Society.
Oriya Food Festival
It was organized by LBIIHM at Delhi Haat. There were dance performances from Orissa and among them "Ghumura" was the most appreciated dance. Oriya Food Festival attracted visitors like Former Chief Justice of India Shri G.B. Patnaik, AICTE Chairman Sri Damodar Acharya. Justice A. Patnaik, It was organized to promote Oriya Cuisine for people from across India. Specialized Oriya cuisines like Chhena Poda, Rasaabali, Peetha, Singhra, Piaji, Mudhi Mix, Gupchup etc. were showcased.
LBIIHM frequently organizes Seminars on various topics of national importance. Eminent people and top notch professionals are invited as guests.Another Seminar was organized at LBIIHM in association with "LANDMARK EDUCATION" to build confidence & positive attitude among the participants. The participants shared their views & problems with the team members of the Landmark Education. The guest lecturers answered to all the queries raised by the participants. The views of the participants were greatly appreciated.
LBIIHM organizes the Annual Day at the beginning of the Academic Session. At the latest on 24th Dec. 2014, we organized it as "The LBF Day' and hence" The LBF Visionary Award of Excellence-2014" was distributed. The Lakshya Bhartee Foundation (The LBF) is a registered Society since 2002 and has been engaged in leaching, training and a host of CSR activities. Through "The LBF Visionary Award of Excellence", LBIIHM honors people who have selflessly contributed for the welfare of the society. We truly wish to inculcate humanitarian feelings in the minds of our students. To make it a memorable day, various cultural programs were organized too. To name a few, they were Ganesh Vandana, Chhau, Radha Krishna dance and Punjabi Reggae etc.
LBIIHM organizes Sports week every year during November. Various indoor and outdoor games are organized at this time. They are : volley Ball match, Cricket match, Carrom Board Competition and chess competition etc. As a Hotel Management Institute, we inertly check students potentialities whether they could work as a team and how far they are good at facing the stiff compelitions
POLIO – Related Handicap Camp at Kalahandi (ODISHA
On 8th Jan. 2012, the Lakshya Bhartee Foundation (Regd.) Delhi, Organized a "Polio Related Handicap Camp" in association with Narayan Sewa Sansthan, Udaipur at Junagarh in Kalahandi District of Odisha, the most backward region of India. More than 400 patients were examined for "free". Patients were given free Tri-cycles, Wheel chairs, crutches and calipers. 125 patients were identified for further rectification surgery at Udaipur. The entire cost of the surgery, travel, boarding and lodging of the visiting patients shall be borne by the LBF, Governing body of LBIIHM. The LBF is thankful to Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd. and Vedanta Aluminium for their generous support for this noble cause.