National Farmers' Day, or Kisan Diwas, is celebrated in GL BAJAJ, MATHURA to honour India's farmers and mark the birth anniversary of the nation's fifth prime minister, Choudhary Charan Singh. The awareness campaigns and drives are organized to educate people on the role of farmers and their contribution to the economy.
National Mathematics Day
National Mathematics Day is celebrated in GL BAJAJ, MATHURA to commemorate the birth anniversary of India's mathematical genius Srinivasa Ramanujan.
Vijay Diwas is celebrated on December 16th every year to recall the victory of India over Pakistan in 1971. This day led to the liberation of East Pakistan and the creation of the new state of Bangladesh. It was celebrated in campus with full of patriotism and enthusiasm.
We Share, We Care
A great noble and social initiative "We Share We Care" has been started under the leadership of our director, GL Bajaj Group of Institutions, Mathura. Under this initiative, a week long program was started to help the others by expressing the note of love and kindness. The program concept was attached with 'Giving'; and it was mandatory for everyone to pick up something from there to remove the ego. This program included to give the things which may be trash to us but treasure for others. The event became a great success as many people participated and were benefited by this program and the institute has decided to organize more such events in coming future. The students learned the concept of throwing away their ego and sharing of things and ideas.
The architect of the Gods or the divine architect, Lord Vishwakarma is worshiped on the last day of Bhadra, also known as Bhadra Sankranti or Kanya Sankranti.
The Engineering Community across India celebrates Engineers Day on 15 September every year as a tribute to the greatest Indian Engineer Bharat Ratna Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya.
The 74th independence day was celebrated in institute campus with the sense of patriotism. Independence Day, in India, is a national holiday and is celebrated annually on August 15. This day marks the end of British rule in India on 1947 and the establishment of a free and independent nation. It also marks the anniversary of the partition of the subcontinent into two countries, India and Pakistan, which occurred at midnight on August 14–15, 1947.