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Students Yearly Participants
Youth and Community Members
Important Days Yearly Celebrated

01. Why the project is?

• Observance days raise awareness, educate students and community members, and promote positive behavior change.
• They help preserve cultural heritage and honor inspiring role models, motivating individuals to strive for excellence.
• Observance days provide platforms for advocacy and action, raising public awareness, mobilizing support, and inspiring individuals.
• They foster community participation and engagement, bringing people together and fostering social connections.

02. What the project is?

• A wide range of observance days related to health, education, agriculture, livelihood, awareness, and environment are celebrated to encourage and empower students, youth, and the rural community.
• Special ceremonies or rituals, such as lighting lamps, offering prayers, or conducting symbolic gestures, are performed to mark these occasions.
• Educational observance days include Independence Day, International Yoga Day, SwachtaPakhwada, Youth Day, Republic Day, Netaji’s birth anniversary, Rabindranath Tagore’s birth anniversary, Teachers’ Day, Children’s Day, Women’s day, World Environment Day, Mangrove Days etc.
•The establishment day of Mukti is celebrated as ‘SankalpaDiwas’ throughout Purbashridharpur.

03. How the project is?

• Respective Program team prepares a calendar of activities at the start of the year and share the same with the team on ground
• A gentle reminder was sent to all the respective Project Coordinator before the event to prepare accordingly.
• Team at ground oversee the planning, execution, and coordination of project activities, ensuring that the project stays on track and meets its objectives.

04. Where the project is?

South 24 Pgs, East Medinipur, West Medinipur and Howrah district of West Bengal.

05. What is the impact?

• By learning about their culture and tradition, students and villagers gain a deeper understanding of their roots, heritage, and customs.
• Exploring cultural and traditional values can contribute to the moral and ethical development of students
• Community engagement activities provide students and youth with opportunities to interact with different community members, exchange knowledge, and contribute to community development.
• By actively involving communities, observance days we create unity and encourage collective efforts towards common goals.

Impact Stories

Activity Stream


Mukti Celebrates International Yoga Day 2024 with 21-Day Workshop


Planting Hope: Mukti’s Celebration on World Environment Day 2024


Celebrating Tagore’s Birth Anniversary: Mukti Launches Library at Muktangan Campus


Commencement of Mukti’s 20th Foundation Day


Secretary’s Welcome Speech on 20th Foundation Day


Mukti’s Project Presentations and Launch of Muktakash


Charting Paths of Progress: AID’s Message for Mukti’s Journey


Cultural Splendor: Highlights from Mukti’s Foundation Day Event

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