In an effort to realise the positivity that exists, Mithibai College’s Inter Collegiate
Cultural festival Kshitij and Life Wins Foundation, organised an interactive program
for the paediatric cancer patients on 11th September, 2018 from 2:00 pm to 4:00
pm at Tata Memorial Hospital, Parel. With a sense of responsibility towards the
society, Kshitij took a step forward which brought smiles on the faces of a lot of
The Principal of Mithibai College, Dr. Rajpal Shripat Hande says “We believe in
fighting the problems with all our might, stomping on them and tackling it altogether.
In order to do this, the effort put up by the Mithibai Kshitij Committee is indeed a
noble task. I wish them all the best for their future plans.”
With around 80 patients from the age group of 4 to 15 including their caretakers,
the event included an origami workshop, an enthralling dance performance, a
magic show to leave them in awe and wonder, a beat boxing and music showcase
for them to rejoice in peace and harmony. After this, the organising committee
played various games with the children, where they got small gifts as prizes. They
were provided with refreshments and little tokens of love in the form of goodie bags.
The Chairperson of Mithibai Kshitij, Pari Sheth speaks, “Every year around this time
on Ganesh Chaturthi we’re celebrating the festival, while these children are in the
hospital. Keeping this thought in mind we decided to make this festival a special
one for them. Our motive behind this activity was to bring the hope for a brighter
and happier future for the cancer patients. We wanted to be a ray of sunshine for
Kshitij is the annual cultural fest of Mithibai College; prospering and superseding
itself since 2007 with a working committee of 700 students and a footfall of 40,000
people. For the twelfth time Kshitij is going to ignite the city with its gentle luminosity
on 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th December with its theme – A Nostalgic Takeover. Kshitij is
a platform for the students of almost 250 colleges to exhibition their talents who
come to participate from all over the country.