“To care for those who cared for us is one of the highest honours and caring of our seniors is perhaps the greatest responsibility we have” This is something which we realized when we visited an old age home,” Shelter of Elders” at Sellur with students of QMIS-KG department on 02.11.19,Saturday. The inmates were very hospitable and friendly and they welcomed us with their beautiful smiles. To break the monotony of their lives, children presented few songs and stories. The children then presented the residents, whom they addressed as Thatha, Paati with sweets, sarees, sweaters & bedspreads etc. Mr.Raja, who runs the home, was overwhelmed and said that the children had come with lot of preparation, enthusiasm and with good intentions. Though we spent only an hour with them, they made us realize the value of our grandparents and the tenderness with which we need to take care of them. The children realized that love for their family, particularly their grandparents has grown stronger and deeper. They also gifted us a rose plant as their token of love and gesture of gratitude.
Article contributed by Director Academics, Ms.Sujatha Guptan on the topic "Why Plagiarism in education is an ethical issue" published in the Mentor megazine in July month issue.
ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN 'TIMES OF INDIA' ON JULY 09-QMIS ALONG WITH TIE UPP ACADEMY AND GRACE KENNET FOUNDATION ORGANIZED AN INTERNATIONAL TENNIS COACHING CLINIC FROM JUNE 17 TO 22