On January 23, 2024, the Institute for the Handicapped and Backward People marked the birth anniversary of the iconic freedom fighter, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, with a heartwarming celebration. The event aimed not only to honor Netaji’s contributions to India’s independence but also to inspire and empower individuals facing challenges.
The institute’s premises resonated with patriotic fervor as students, staff, special teachers paid homage to the charismatic leader. Special tributes and speeches highlighted Netaji’s unwavering commitment to justice, equality, and inclusivity, values that deeply resonate with the institute’s mission. The event also saw the distribution of educational materials (school bags, note books, pen , pencil etc.) to the students in their academic journey.
The day concluded with a pledge to carry forward Netaji’s legacy by promoting social inclusivity and uplifting the marginalized. The celebration at the Institute for the Handicapped and Backward People not only honored Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose but also became a catalyst for fostering a more compassionate and equitable society.