Gaurs Group recognizes the power of women
Author(s): City Air NewsOn the occasion of International Women’s Day, Gaurs Group; a leading player in Indian realty organised unique activities involving the women residents of its township project, Gaur City at Greater Noida West. The...
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Gaurs Group; a leading player in Indian realty organised unique activities involving the women residents of its township project, Gaur City at Greater Noida West. The activities included cricket match, plantation drive, cooking and motivational talk.
International women’s day is a global phenomenon which is being celebrated across majority of countries, recognising the women of our society who is an equal contributor in all spheres of life. Following a similar trend, Gaurs Group, a realty major organised multiple activities which involved the female residents of its township project, Gaur City at Greater Noida West. Celebrating womenhood the realty firm organised cricket match which was followed by plantation drive by all the team players along with cooking session and finally the day culminated with motivational speech from a renowned speaker. The fun filled day saw hundreds of female participants who enjoyed the activities and celebrated the day dedicated to them. The township project which comprises of multiple towers and has over 16,000 families residing has been quite proactive in organising such activities which helps in not just recognising such important days but also creating a better rapport amongst the residents.
Manju Gaur, Director, Gaurs Group said, “ It is nice to see so many women who might be home makers or working, to take out time and enjoy the day. This day is dedicated to all the women across the globe for being the most important part of one’s life by either being a mother, sister or wife. Today’s woman is a go-getter hence we have seen an upsurge in women work force globally. On International women’s day, we congratulate each and every woman and commemorate their achievements in social, political, economic and cultural spheres”