Vijayadashami, also known as Dussehra, Dasara, or Dashain, is a major Hindu festival celebrated at the end of Navaratri every year. Presidians virtually celebrated Dussehra with full gaiety and enthusiasm, the students gave spectacuSHAILar performances on the occasion. They described its meaning and how to control these emotions and to imbibe them in our lives to become better human beings. Presidians also observed the good qualities pursued by Ravana. The primary objective of the celebration was to inform the students that everyone must be able to defeat their inner evils. Young children presented speeches, melodious bhajans, and Navratri Dandiya and aarti with ardour. Students made crafts of Ravana and posters wishing Dussehra under the teacher’s guidance creatively. Besides the story of In Ramayana, the students were also made aware of the story of Goddess Durga killing demon Mahishasur for his evil deeds.