1. Azaadi (Independence Day celebration): on 15th of August, is celebrated with zeal and patriotism to inculcate the spirit among the young students about the pride and passion towards the country and its freedom fighters. The program includes, flag hoisting, and several programmes like quiz, skit, drama, and patriotic song competitions.
2. International Yoga day: NBS celebrates International Yoga day to let students and the community know the importance of maintaining good health and healthy lifestyle to enjoy the highest standard of physical health and also to link protection of health and sustainable health development for the wellbeing of all.
3. Keraleeyam/Malayalam day: NBS celebrates world Malayalam day on the occasion of Kerala Piravi on November 1st. On this day, festivities and competitions in Malayalam will happen and the department head will administer the official language pledge.
4. Republic day: NBS celebrates the Republic day on 26th January and students take oath to protect the sovereignty of the country.
5. Gandhi Jayanthi: NBS celebrates Gandhi Jayanthi to honor Mahatma Gandhi’s contributions towards the Indian Independence movement, and his non-violent way of life.
6. World food day: is celebrated to promote food and preserve food resources. Seminars and workshops are held to understand the importance of good food and availability without wasting it.
7. Workers day: Being a business institute, NBS also celebrity’s workers day on 1st May where our budding student managers do “role reversal” by working on the campus with the supporting staff and organizing games for them.
8. World Entrepreneurs’ Day: is celebrated on 21st August, by conducting business plan competitions, and workshops on entrepreneurship by the clubs as well as honoring entrepreneurs in the campus.
9. National Unity Day or Rashtriya Ekta Diwas: is celebrated on October 31st to foster the spirit of ‘Unity in Diversity’ and come out with a pledge against discrimination of individuals on the basis of caste, gender, creed or color.
10. Sadbhavana Diwas: observed on 20th August, birth anniversary of former PM Rajiv Gandhi, is observed to encourage national integration, peace, affection, and communal harmony among the Indian people of all religions.
11. Good Governance day: is celebrated on 25th December the birth anniversary of former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee to make students aware of the role of good governance practices like accountability, transparency, ethical conduct, and rule of law. Students are to write essays on the subject. Workshops on governance are also conducted on the day.
12. Human Rights day: celebrated on 10th December, the day is celebrated with discussions and debates on the role of corporate responsibility to respect human rights.
13. World Managers Day (Young Turks): Naipunnya Business School organizes the World manager’s day (Young Turks) to challenge the budding managers to aspire and mentor them to participate in the various activities undertaken by NBS during the course of their study at Naipunnya Business School in creating managers for tomorrow.
14. Ananya: Women’s day celebration is conducted in the campus with awareness on women rights and the role of women in society as well as empowering them. Students also are made to create projects on equipment relating to women safety.
15. Constitution Day (National Law Day): NBS celebrates Samvidhan Divas, on 26th November every year to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution. Quiz programs are conducted to create awareness about the Indian constitution among the students.
16. Road safety week: NBS organizes road safety week every January to spread the awareness of maintaining road safety as well as to tell the public about the rules and regulations that have been laid down by the Government. It will not only focus on the precautionary measures but also educate the masses via banners, pamphlets, and hand-outs.
17. Martyr’s day and remembering the freedom fighters: NBS organizes martyrs day to remember the freedom fighters who laid their lives for the country. This is celebrated on 23rd March. The program includes videos and presentations to remember and thank the