Ampersand Group spreads the festive cheer with Christmas celebrations

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Ampersand Group has extended the Online Christmas celebrations to more than 700 Balwadis under
the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai and 25 Anganwadis in Nashik under the PPP with Ministry of Women and Child Development While ringing in the festive season, Christmas celebrations were organised by Ampersand Group which powers state of art education content & delivery platforms to NGOs and Trusts that operates more than 700 balwadis of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) with an outreach of nearly 20,000 child beneficiaries.


Ampersand Group has been spreading the essence of positivity through activities and
celebrations through various online initiatives from time to time as schools has enabled delivery
platforms to be shifted to online learning due to Covid-19 which has led to the physical
shutdown of educational institutions. Ampersand Group launched the Christmas celebrations across to enable students in Balwadis to showcase their creativity and spread cheer through various initiatives such as making Christmas cards, singing Christmas carols, Secret Santa, Santa Says, drawing Christmas trees to list a few. Ampersand Group has been instrumental in organising various such novel initiatives to keep up the spirits high as well as spread cheer among teachers and students alike.

During the months of September and November respectively, students and teachers alike virtually participated in Teacher’s Day and Children’s Day activities respectively with students sharing videos and photographs of the same. Mr. Vinesh Menon, Chief Executive Officer–Education, Skilling & Consultancy Services, Ampersand Group, said, “Students across India and the world have been deeply impacted by the loss of physical learning. Through the influx of digitalization, institutions have done their best in maintaining continuity in education delivery. However, it is unfortunate that our tiny tot children in pre schools have been deprived of the glee and spirit of physical activities and interaction with other students especially during festivals.

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