ERA Business School organized a unique run “Tread Million Challenge” to help the underprivileged children at their campus

ERA Business School (EBS) one of the fastest growing B-Schools in the country recently organized a Tread Million Challenge, “Bhaag Delhi Bhaag”, wherein for every kilometre that a person run, EBS decided to donate Rs. 5/- towards welfare of the underprivileged children of an NGO. The event has been organised in association with Radio Mirchi, Borges and Airtel.
The event was organized as a build up to Delhi Half Marathon to be taken place on 15th of December, 2013. There was a tremendous enthusiasm has been witnessed from the students, faculties and other members of the institution. As many as 75 participants took part in this event and in the event and performed their label best to exhibit their support to this royal cause. A total of 38.3 km has been covered by the participants during this unique event. 
During the event, Dr. Sanjiv Marwah, Director of Era Business School said: “Today we reach out to various parts of the city by doing similar kind of activities with a vision, so that every child should get proper kind of Education and Living. We try our label best to help every child living in slums areas of Dwarka and nearby areas through a range of activities. The EBS team comprises of educationists, development professionals, workers, PhDs, MBAs, CAs, corporate professionals, consultants, who all bring their experiences and perspectives to the organsiation and are unified with a common vision of improving the future of Slums children in our country”.

The entire initiative was a grand success and an unforgettable experience has been shared by the participants towards a great cause. EBS is always known for its innovative ideas towards fulfilling its social responsibility and thus creating value for the life of needy people across the society. In the last few years, Era Business School has supported innumerable social and community initiatives across the state through different kind of educational programmes.