“Never regard your study as a duty, but as the enviable opportunity to learn to know the liberating influence of beauty in the realm of the spirit for your own personal joy and to the profit of the community to which your later work belongs.” –Albert Einstein
Mithibai Alumni Assoication (MAA) welcomes you all to join our great community which endeavours to impart, share and collaborate our collective experience among ourselves, the society and the future alumni.
Feeling a duty to give back to our beloved institution the leanings that we acquired from it; with renewed and fruitful learning we experienced in life enriching it further.
Its time we act together, now and in synchrony to make our society and environment a better place to be in.
Alumni of Mithibai College - MAA has always been a source of support and inspiration for the students and the staff of this college. With a long list of famous personalities in the field of films, drama, literature, beauty pagents, music, dance, journalism, sports and even entrepreneurship, who have become an alumni of this college have made the institution proud for years.
The alumni always come back to the institution to contribute in various ways. They often guide the current students and share their experiences in the academics (by orienting and teaching them or donating their books and other materials), cultural and sports events (by training them for their performances), or even employment ( by training them for their recruitment in corporate world or making them aware about the career options in their own field).
A free workshop on “Healthy Eating for Healthy Living: The Aharveda Way” by Mr. Harish Shetty was organized by the Mithibai Alumni Association (MAA) on 12th August, 2017 from 10.30 am and was followed by lunch.
Mr. Harish Shetty is an alumnus of the college and was keen to share his tenets of Aharveda with the faculty with a view to promoting a healthy lifestyle. It is a known but not widely acknowledged fact that the job of a university teacher is highly stressful. This coupled with the erratic eating habits of the faculty is a perfect recipe for lifestyle related ailments. It is to address these issues and also how one can heal oneself without recourse to medication that this workshop was organized by MAA as a token of their gratitude to the teachers in view of the imminent Teachers’ Day.
Large numbers of the teaching faculty including some who had superannuated attended the workshop. Mr. Kirit Mehta, one of the trustees of Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal (SVKM), himself an alumnus of the college, attended the workshop professing a keen interest in the topic. Mr. Ashok Bapat, Chief Financial Officer, SVKM, and an ardent follower of the Aharveda way of life, also took a personal interest in the workshop by attending it.
The audience was initially introduced to the tenets of Aharveda by Mr. Shetty, who explained very lucidly, quoting everyday examples, the changes that need to be brought about in one’s eating habits to ensure better health. He elaborated on the various food groups that one should include in abundance in one’s regular diet and the ones that should be shunned. The many testimonials that were shown in the video were proof of the success of the Aharveda way of life.
An enthralled and eager audience had several questions to pose to Mr. Shetty, who answered them very patiently. The principles of Aharveda piqued the interest of the faculty who were enthusiastic to learn more about it.
The workshop was followed by a sumptuous and delicious lunch that was enjoyed by all.
Mithibai Alumi Association (MAA) sponsored
the mementos for student achievers at the felicitation function organized by
Mithibai College. (Rank Holders/Achievers at the Mumbai University)
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