Name of Activity:  Beach cleaning post Ganesh Visarjan

Date of Activity:  14th September 2019

No. Of Participants: 49

Activity Area:  Juhu Beach

Description:

Everyone goes to the beaches to get peace, enjoy and soothe themselves by getting close to the Nature as ‘Nature is the Art created by God’. But these days’ people seem to litter and spoil that art. Hence We the NSS Unit of SLRTCE went to Juhu Beach for a cleanup drive. Post Ganpati Visarjan, it was heartbreaking to see the Idols of God there on the beaches in that condition with all the litter like plastic bottles, plastic caps, wrappers, bags, flowers, prasad, etc.

We all reached there in the morning at 7am sharp. Divided ourselves into small groups and divided the work and areas for the work to happen in a systematic way. We all collected and segregated the waste and then the beach cleaning staff collected the idols and all the other waste and disposed them in proper manner.

The beach was looking clean and fresh as it is meant to look always.

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Name of Activity: Ganpati immersion traffic control duty

Date of Activity: 3 September 2019, 6 September 2019, 8 September 2019, 12 September 2019

No. of Participants: 23, 36, 35, 18

Activity Area: Vardhaman fantasy, Beverly Park, Mira road.

Description:

As usual this year also the NSS volunteers from our college had important role in shouldering the Traffic control project during the 4 auspicious day of Ganpati ideal immersion. The main aim of this activity was to prevent the artificial lake from getting contaminated from waste material. Some volunteers were assigned duty at the gates where they made sure that no garland or any other waste material should go with ganpati immersion that can cause water pollution. Where else few volunteers were alongside the road for Ganpati procession with police to guide the crowd and prevent unwanted chaos disrupting the route, and to make sure there are ‘No Parking’ restrictions at certain places.

All in all this activity was successful and we were even appreciated by the traffic police.

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Name of Activity: Fit India Movement.

Date of activity: 29th August, 2019

No. of participants: 59

No. of Hours: 2 hours

Activity Area: Shree L. R. Tiwari College of Engineering (Seminar Hall)

Description:

We the NSS unit attended a live seminar that was based on fit India Movement. It was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Indira Gandhi Stadium in New Delhi. This campaign is initiated to encourage people to remain healthy and fit by including physical activities and sports in their daily lives. Moreover, different sports like badminton, carom, chess, etc. were organized for the students of our college.

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Name of Activity: Advisory meeting and Street play session

Date of activity: 22nd August, 2019

No. of participants: 55

Activity Area: Shree L. R. Tiwari College of Engineering Campus

Description:

Street play is a form of theatrical performance and presentation in outdoor public spaces without a specific paying audience. These spaces can be anywhere, including shopping centers, college or university campus and street corners. The District Coordinator of Palghar, Mr. Jagdish Sansare came to our college, to conduct a session regarding the same. Firstly, our Program Officer, few volunteers along with our Principal Sir had a meet and discussed some important points for future activities with him, which included activities like vaccination (malnourishment) and water conservation.

Later the session was organized to enhance the skit ability of the NSS Volunteers. We warmly welcomed the Professor and he took over the session. The session included many games, activities, spontaneous demo-skit lessons, speech and lectures regarding some important topics. The session was entertaining, interesting, and a lot helpful and the professor was just flawlessly amazing. The volunteers enjoyed the whole session as well as learnt a lot of things.

We ended the session learning that an artist has no limits and must always inspire people with his work. We thanked Mr. Jagdish Sansare for such an amazing session had a picture for the memory and would utilize the values in our skit plays.

NAME OF ACTIVITY   : Maharashtra flood donation drive

Date of activity          : 13th August – 14th August

No. of participants   :  

Hours                           : 6 hours

Activity area              : SLRTCE campus

Description                

As we all know Sangli village in Maharashtra has been struggling very hard because of the devastating floods of all time and many steps have been taken all across India to provide help in various forms. Hence, we organized a donation drive in college. The list of required items was circulated in the form of a message; also volunteers went in each class to increase the participation. All the collected material was first segregated and packed accordingly.

Donated Material list-

  1. Bedsheets
  2. Biscuits
  3. Sanitary napkins
  4. First aid- (Tablets, antiseptics, balm packs, move)
  5. Sugar, tea, salt
  6. Dal
  7. Oil packets
  8. Rice
  9. Kids wear
  10. Snacks
  11. Soaps, toothbrush, Colgate etc.

 The donated material was then taken by some of our volunteers to Viva college from where it was donated to the affected village.

All the task was successfully handled by the NSS volunteers and Ms. Menka Singh (PO). Response of all students was appreciable. Good amount of donation was collected.

NAME OF ACTIVITY: INDEPENDENCE DAY

Date of activity        :  15th august

No. of participants: 50

Activity area            : SLRTCE Campus

Description              :

On the occasion of Independence day, we the NSS unit celebrated our 73rd Independence in tribute of our martyred leaders and soldiers for their sacrifices in college campus together with Principal Sir and the whole staff. Around 8:30 am all the teachers and volunteers were present in the college with the tri-color attire.

The Flag Hoisting Ceremony was done by our Principal Sir Dr. S. Ram Reddy and flag was soared high up in the sky. To make it more unique and unusual, we first time attempted to make biodegradable flags. As we can’t throw, tear or burn the flag but we can bury it so on burying those flags, here we fulfilled the motto of one person one plant. We made those flags using flags, papers, tiny seeds which included seeds of chilies, tomatoes, etc. gum made by mixing flour and water instead of fevicol. We made around 200 flags and distributed it among the staff and volunteers before flag hoisting.

And here we ended the Flag Hoisting ceremony by concluding “भारत हमको जान से भी प्यारा है, हिन्दूस्तनी नाम हमारा है, इसके कन कन हमारे लिए परस है, भारत भूमि में जन्म लेना ये गौरव हमारा है…… जय हिन्द !! जय भारत !!”

Name Of Activity: Book Donation Drive (Visit to adopted Village)

Date of activity: 14th August, 2019

No. of participants: 19

Activity Area: ZP School, Rajawali

Description:

When you give someone a book you don’t just give him/her a paper ink and glue, you give that person a possibility of a whole new world. And hence we, the NSS unit of Shree L R Tiwari of Engineering conducted a Book Donation Drive in our College to setup a library in our adopted village’s ZP School, Rajawali. We circulated messages and made sure that everyone’s aware of the donation. We had an amazing response, many students and faculty members donated books and some donated few indoor games as well. We then went to the village, all the students of the school sat in proper queues and our volunteers first gave them biscuits to eat and then we gave them all the books and games to setup their school library. The smile on the faces of the students and teachers of the school made all our efforts worthy.

NAME OF ACTIVITY   : Bamboo Rakhi Sale  

Date of activity          : 6th August – 9th August

No. of participants   :  40

Activity area               : SLRTCE campus (stall near Xerox center)

Description                 

In India, Raksha Bandhan is celebration about strengthening the bond of love between brothers and sisters and fostering brotherhood. This festival is not a ritual, custom and tradition that can change over time but its style of celebration has become contemporary. Since ages, all the traditions are followed with the same enthusiasm. To continue this tradition in an eco-friendly way, along with the happiness of tribal women, we decided to keep an exhibition of Bamboo Rakhis and spread awareness of the same.

From 6th August to 9th August, we had an exhibition and sale of Bamboo Rakhi. As fancy and designer Rakhis are made up of polymers and plastic which are non-biodegradable which initiates pollution whereas bamboo is highly biodegradable. Not only focusing for less pollution but also helping the needy tribal women by being the cause of their happiness. Each volunteer co-operated excellently and we successfully sold all 150 rakhis. Not only girls but boys for their sisters and teachers also purchased them. We collected good amount of money i.e. around Rs.4500 and this money will be given to the women who crafted this rakhis. We were pleased to see the great response on all three days.

All rakhis are eco-friendly and made in India.

NAME OF ACTIVITY:  TREE PLANTATION DRIVE

Date of activity:         31st July 2019

No. of participants:  57

Activity area:             SLRTCE Campus

Total hours:               2

Description:

On 31st July 2019, we had organized “Tree Plantation Drive” in the college campus. Our NSS volunteers actively participated and co-operated for glorious tree planting event.

Trees are not only the source of fodder but also the essential source of oxygen which reduces the level of CO2. As we all are aware that the whole world is facing problems like increase in global warming and pollution, which can be reduced by planting more and more trees. In addition to this, trees give us the beautiful landscape and helps in the ecological balance of the nature.

We started our work with allotting the spots for the saplings to plant. While digging spots for saplings, we ensured there is no excess water accumulation which will help to encourage their growth. In-spite of heavy rains, volunteers sustained and planted all the saplings with care within 2 hours. We successfully planted 50 saplings that included species of tulsi etc.  Our PO (Prof. Menka Singh) guided us and encouraged the volunteers. We will make sure we take care of the saplings, until they are self-dependent for the growth.

With this we conclude “The more love we offer a plant while planting, is the more love it returns after it matures.”

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: FRESHER’S ORIENTATION

Date of activity:       22nd July 2019

No. of participants:  7

Activity area:           SLRTCE campus (Seminar Hall)

Guest Speaker:        Mrs. Neela Soans (Nagarsevika of MBMC)

Description: 

On 22nd July 2019, we the NSS unit had organized our annual orientation program, where we recruited new volunteers for this academic year. This session began with the felicitation of the guest, Mrs. Neela Soans, who is the Nagarsevika of Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Corporation and Kamla Chaudhary Ma’am, a respected social worker. This was followed by a presentation on NSS by our Program Officer (Prof. Menka Singh). This enlightened the fresher’s about the principles, ethics, attitude and discipline needed and they will be developing in NSS.

Our Program Officer and Neela Ma’am shared their experiences which helped the candidates to gain the overall idea of the stuffs they will be doing in the coming time in NSS. The work hours, special camp and other mandatory activities to attend were elaborately explained by them. Their words were definitely encouraging and their experience will definitely guide all the volunteers of NSS in the right direction.

Indeed, the orientation was successfully completed and the best 53 volunteers were selected on the basis of their skills.

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Name of Activity     : – Beach cleaning at Gorai Beach 

Date of Activity        : – 24 September 2018

No. Of Participants :-  46

Activity Area : –    Gorai Beach

Description: –

Under Swachhta Abhiyan Mission, we decided to take a step ahead and clean our beaches. Our NSS unit reached the beach at 7 am. Each volunteer carried gloves with them. We collected plastic bags, paper articles, etc from the sand and put it in the garbage bag. We also went into the water to collect small and big Plastic articles which were floating on the shore.  All the collected garbage from the water were brought away so that they don’t go back to the sea. we have collected the garbages and all the other waste and disposed them in proper manner.

The beach was looking clean and fresh at the end, as it is supposed to look always.

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Name of Activity     :  Compost Pit making and Awareness on waste segregation              

Date of Activity        : – 18th January, 19th January and 23rd February 2019

No. Of Participants:-  47

Activity Area : –    College Campus

Description: –

Under Swachhta Abhiyan Mission, we decided to take a step ahead and make our college campus no biodegradable waste release college. Our NSS unit discussed this with Principal Sir and He granted the permission to construct a compost pit in College Premises. The Pit was dig in two days and the work was allotted to all turn by turn. Once we are ready with pit with started its usage awareness to housekeeping and canteen staff on wet and dry waste segregation and dump the wet waste in compost pit.

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Name of Activity     :  Blood Donation Camp                

Date of Activity        : – 13th February 2019

No. Of Participants:-  44

Activity Area : –    College Campus

Description: –

Blood Donation Drive was conducted by NSS unit of SLRTCE in association with Nair Hospital Blood bank as provided by university of Mumbai in mini orientation. The donation was organized in campus lobby and the response was very good and we helped collecting 189 units of blood bottles. The donors were majorly students, NSS volunteers, teaching and Non-teaching staff of the college.

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Like every year this year also Shree L.R. Tiwari college of engineering had arranged a seven day camp for N.S.S Volunteers in  Zambulpada  Village, Vaitarna ,District Palghar from 20th December,2018  to  26th December 2018 for the AY 2018-19  with 20 Volunteers participated in this camp.

As per the schedule all selected volunteers reported N.S.S Program Officer Prof .Menka Singh at Bhayander station at 7:50 am on 20th December 2018. We boarded Dahanu train from bhayander station at 8:05 am and reached the venue of camp – Zambulpada Village, Vaitarna, District Palghar, at 9:15 am. The necessary items for the camp were transported via tempo. We had a great welcome over there. They even allotted a house for our stay whole heartedly. We came to our allotted house cleaned the whole house and the setup of the whole camp was done.  After having lunch all the volunteers sat and started discussing about the work need to be done. The nss volunteers were divided into 4 groups according to the work (kitchen team, compost pit team, cleaning team, and water team). We planned to work in rotation so that every volunteer contributes to work. After communicating we came to know that there is an open pipe in the way coming to the village which has 24/7 flowing water. The villagers were facing a lot of problems due to this and also the water provision was improper. They allowed us to us the water from the well and also allowed to use their toilets, they gave us the permission to stay in the temple also and invited in the aarti at 7:30pm. In the evening Mr Kishan Patil a social worker came to meet us and he gave us a brilliant idea to perform a skit on water conservation since the village faces lots of problems due to water and the villagers also waste water he told us to prepare a good play with a good message .he insisted us to keep the skit in Marathi only and we planned that accordingly so that the villagers get to know about conserving water.

The core work of the camp was the Cleanliness drive, compost pit, ZP school wall Painting, and Sapling plantation and mahitidoot survey. The day ended and all the volunteers went to sleep at 10pm. Second day onwards as schedule started the wakeup call was set at 6:30am for all days at 7am after getting fresh we started the morning jogging followed by the exercises and yoga . After breakfast all volunteers gather near the school for the flag hoisting followed by the nss song, here we finished our first session of the day. Second session of every day was “SHRAMADAM”. Young volunteers strength, energy, enthusiasm along with their brains were invested in different activities to benefit the villagers .this year the main work was of the compost pit so the team went at the selected area and asked the people that if they can work there and dig. After the permission of the villagers the work was started.

The Shramadan activities:

  1. Day 1: 20th December Cleaning the resident house which was provided by head of village and finding the venue for construction of the compost pit (started from day 2)
  2. Day 2: 21st December awareness of the compost pit and its benefit and started digging the pit & arranging water for our daily need
  3. Day 3 :22nd December cleanliness drive in village
  4. Day 4: 23rd December ZP school painting, planting saplings in school Premises.
  5. Day 5: 24th December Drawing completion for children & compost pit work.
  6. Day 6:25th December layered the compost pit with wet, dry waste and cow dung with demonstration to fellow villagers. , ‘how well do u Know Bappu’ in order to celebrate 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi for NSS volunteers.
  7. Day 7: 26th December Mahitidoot and deep survey of village on various issues of the fellow villagers.

The third session of every day was as follows:

  1. Day 2:21st December “tribal and modern India” -Prof. Durgesh kumar Pal from SLRTCE. Skit planning on “water conservation” which was to be performed on 25th of December
  2. Day 3: 22nd December “leadership skills”- Prof.Aruna Gujar PO of Abhinav College of science and commerce.
  3. Day 4: Inviting children and women for the fun activites organized by NSS unit
  4. Day 5:24th December “personality development”-Prof. Pravin Jangid Sir from SLRTCE computer department and the teams took mahitidoot survey and covered as many possible houses.
  5. Day 6: 25th December “Street play session” by -Prof. Jagdish Sansare Sir from St.Goesheph College who is Area coordinator of Palghar district NSS unit.

 

The fourth session was an interactive session and practicing skit in thatand other activities such as

  1. Day 3: 22nd December outdoor games for the volunteers.
  2. Day 4: 23rd December games were organized for children and women of village as interactive session and NSS volunteers near the temple area

(Games were dabbagul, musical chair, spoon and marble).

  1. Day6: 25th December Street play on importance of water “Jal he Jivan hai”, and we took signature of the villagers for Writing the complaint to authorities regarding the improvement of water facilities in the village.

 

The fifth session was tea and snacks time in the evening.

 

The sixth session was discussing work for the next day and attending Aarti at 7:30pm.

As we used to work in rotations a day before in the evening everyone use to know next day what they have to do accordingly work was always done on time.

After having dinner by 9:30pm all the volunteers went to bed at 10pm for a good sleep with great experience and effective learning throughout the day.

On Day 6: 25th December when the area coordinator visited we performed skit in front of him after that he gave us a good session about how to perform a Street play. His ideas and way of teaching made us learn a lot it was fun session with him and his student they both took the session in a sporting way with lots of workout. The small workshop gave a good experience.

On Day 7: 26th December we fill the compost pit then talk to the villagers packed the bags and then after the lunch we all came back with lots of great experience and taught.

collage_nss_2018To promote awareness among common people regarding the pitfalls of using plastic in our daily life NSS Volunteers of Viva college took a step ahead to support the initiative by going on road on their cycle. Their message was clear – Live Eco-friendly and let live Eco-friendly. 
50 volunteers on peddle and 4 staff members from Viva College will be carrying this journey for 5 days (5th September to 8th September). Right from  virar- satpala–vasai-mira road-uttan-Virar,  the voice of concern for the environment will be motivating the spectators! 
NSS unit of Shree L R Tiwari College of engineering was playing host for them on 6th September. NSS SLRTCE  volunteers guided the cycle rally from Royal college till our college. Volunteers of SLRTCE were well prepared to play the perfect host by serving glucon-d drinks,  water and biscuits. All the guest volunteers were made comfortable, also had an influential talk and with the photographic session the Cyclists volunteers resumed their noble journey. The thought itself of going on cycle to promote the “ANTI PLASTIC CAMPAIGN” is very inspiring.
 
 

 

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NAME OF ACTIVITY: Bamboo Rakhi Sale

Date of activity       : 21st August 2018, 22nd August 2018

No. of participants: 16

Activity area          : SLRTCE campus (stall near Xerox center)

Total hours             : 16

Description  :

“Rakhi is a perfect time to tell your brother and sister how special they are and how much they mean to you.” So this time we would like to express the same feeling towards our Mother Nature by introducing the Bamboo Rakhi made by the Tribal Women this Rakshabandhan.

Due to lack of education facilities and opportunities in the tribal areas, women’s have already been lacking in their social growth. Here we made an initiative to help empowering women’s who are lacking with the opportunities. So we purchased handmade bamboo rakhi’s made by tribal women’s (contact person was provided in the circular from MU) and resold in the college campus. We requested everyone to buy these Rakhi’s from our stalls and help us in supporting the tribal women to earn their livelihood.

Also these are complete eco-friendly and Made in India. 

 

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NAME OF ACTIVITY:  Kerala Flood relief donation drive

Date 20th August 21st August
No. of participants 44 26
Hours 8 8

 

Activity area: SLRTCE campus

Description:  

As we all know Kerala has been struggling very hard because of the devastating floods of all time and many steps have been taken all across India to provide help in various forms.  Henceforth we organized a Donation Drive in college.  The list of required items was circulated in the form of a message; also volunteers went in each class to increase the participation. All the collected material was first segregated and packed properly in their individual boxes. All the clothes collected were distinguished by the volunteers as shirts/t-shirts/pants/maxi/sarees/kids etc. so it would be easy to identify the material in the box before opening it. We also made provision for those who wanted to donate in terms of money. The amount collected was 22,980/- which was used to buy Groceries of 7080/- INR, Undergarments of 4800/-INR and the remaining amount was spent on Tarpaulins, Maxi and Lungi’s.

Donated Material list with quantity:

  1. Men's T-shirt & shirt – 5 big boxes+6 sacks
  2. Blankets & sweaters, bedsheets & towels-7sacks+1box
  3. Biscuits -5 boxes
  4. Sanitary napkins -2 boxes
  5. Toiletries & Soaps [2Box] ( Soap-60pcs, Toothpaste-5 packs, Toothbrush-22,shampoo-50,air freshner-2,moisturising lotion-4,sanitisers-1,1 hair oil, 1-hand wash, mosquito repellent, comb kits, tissue paper, Scott brite- 2 big packets,harpic-4,floor cleaner-2)
  6. First aid -1 box(Savlon, Tablets, Cotton band-aid, antiseptics, cotton, mask, hand wipes), 1 bag(tablets,band-aid,7balm packs)
  7. Sugar-9kg
  8. Dal-30kg
  9. Oil-1pkt,1 bottle,10 ltr oil can
  10. 1 bag – flammable stuffs ( candles, matchboxes, torches)
  11. Rice – 184 kg
  12. Women’s wear-19
  13. Kids wear- 5
  14. Men's jeans -8
  15. Mineral water bottles-480 (40packs)
  16. Men & women undergarments-1 sack ( New 36 men and women

panties , 30 women lingeries

  1. Salt-6 kg
  2. Red chilli powder-1 kg
  3. Rava-4kg
  4. Tea-1kg
  5. Turmeric-400g
  6. Coffee-42 pkts
  7. New cooker- 2(5 liter each )
  8. Poha-3kg
  9. Groundnut -1kg
  10. Utensils-1sack
  11. umbrellas-6, 1-raincoats
  12. Total 2 box of groceries

(Dal, rava, Poha, chilli, turmeric, tea, salt, sugar, coffee)

The donated material was transported to Kerala with the help of a NGO –  Goonj

All the task was successfully handled by the N.S.S volunteers and Ms.Menka Singh (PO). Response of all students was appreciable. Good amount of donation was collected.

“No one is useless in this world who, lightens the burden of another”

 

 

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Name of Activity   : –          Swachhata Pakhawara (Clean Institution Agenda and Rally)

Date of Activity.    : –          15 August 2018

No. Of Participants :-        46 and 43

Activity Area          : –          College campus and Beverley Park (Mira road)

Total Hours.            : –          3 hours

Description.           : –   “Cleanliness is a part of faith”, this quote is so true. On 15th August , Our principal Dr. S Ram Reddy conducted an interactive session on Clean Campus with the NSS volunteers. He told us about the importance of not only outer cleanliness but also inner cleanliness of mind and body, that is youth should not indulge in habits such as drug abuse, drinking and driving, etc.
When we were cleaning the college in our swachh pakhawara activity we observed that there was no proper segregation of wet and dry waste so we discussed about this with the Principal sir and he agreed and assured us that he will make sure that this thing is implemented as soon as possible..Meeting agenda:

  1. Also we observed that there were no dustbins in some of the classroom so we even raised this issue and it was assured from principal sir to make it work as soon as possible.
  2. Also,the housekeeping staff do not have proper detergents and cleaning stuff for cleaning .So Principal sir made sure to provide the same.

This session was concluded on a note of working towards this cause and we commensed with the ‘Swachha Bharat Pakhwara Rally”.

 The rally was from the college to McDonald (Laxmi Park). There was a short session  before the rally for deciding the slogans to be cheered. We held the banners in our hands and marched towards the destination .As we started marching, we grabbed people attention by cheering the slogans such as, “Hum sab ka ek naara hai, Bharat swachha banana hai “ and “Swachha Bharat ek bada abhiyaan,Aao mil kar kare yogdhan”. People stopped their own conversation and listened to our rally. Even the residents came out through their windows to watch our rally.

We made a great impact on people’s  point of view on cleanliness and it was a great rally indeed!

54321NAME OF ACTIVITY: Swaccha pakhawara (visit to adopted village)

Date of activity: 11th August, 2018

No. of participants: 43

Activity area: Zampulpada, Vaitarna

Total hours: 6 HOUR

Description:

We visited the adopted village in Vaitarna, where we carried various activities on Swacchata. The last time we visited the village, open garbage disposal was practiced in the village so at that time we made them aware about the disadvantages and effects of this practiced. Our volunteers cleaned the village wherever we found it to be cleaned. Also the accumulation of mud in the middle of road was cleared with a temporary solution with the available material. Posters showcasing slogans and ways of cleanliness were circulated among villagers.

Secondly we also made paper bags and explained the way it was made to the local shopkeepers and around 200 bags were distributed in the near-by shops. Practicing the plastic use is bad for environment and for future generation. Together we can create a good future for all! Was the thought we wanted to seed in the villager’s mind.

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NAME OF ACTIVITY: Seminar on Importance of Cleanliness

Date of activity: 7th August, 2018

No. of participants: 36

Activity area: SLRTCE campus

Total hours: 1 HOUR

Guest speaker: Dr. Vinayak Shinde

Description:     

On 7th August,2018, we organised  a seminar on “Importance of cleanliness”  in the college. The purpose of the seminar was to understand various ways in which we can make our surroundings more clean in a efficient way.

The seminar was conducted by Dr. Vinayak Shinde (HOD of computer department). Seminar started with telling us all the problems that are caused due to uncleanliness and measures take by government. We were made aware of “Swachhta App” designed by government by which common people can directly inform responsible officials about any problems in their locality regarding cleanliness. We as a responsible citizen should make use of this app and aware people about the various initiatives undertaken by Government in order to make India cleaner.

“Being green and clean is not just aspiration but an action.”

 

 

Name of Activity   : –        Cleaning Activity in college premises.

Date of Activity.    : –        6 August 2018

No. Of Participants:-        43

Activity Area          : –        Mira Road

Total Hours.            : –                   4

Description.: – It is very important to have a clean environment and keeping our surroundings clean will only help in the betterment of society. Every household generates waste or garbage. Handling the garbage is a very serious issue in our country and it should be addressed with that serious manner.

That’s the reason on 6th August 2018; we organized a Cleaning Activity in our college premises. We were divided in 4 groups. Each group was given a specific area to clean in a given time and the groups were in repetitions for the allotted area.  All the groups worked hard to do the task properly. 

Areas –

  1. Library
  2. Canteen
  3. Classrooms (all floors)
  4. Washrooms (all floors)
  5. College gate and campus area

 

With this we conclude that, “Keep yourself Clean and bright, you are the window through which you must see the world “.

2nd august 18

Particulars Description
Activity: Fresher’s Orientation
Activity level: College
Title: Fresher’s Orientation’
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: SLRTCE, Mira Road
Date: 2nd August, 2018
Time: 2 Hr
Description The Orientation was attended and inaugurated by Dr. S Ram Reddy (Principal -SLRTCE) and the session was hosted by Dr. S B Singh, director of SLRTCE. He enlightened the freshers about the principles, ethics, attitude and discipline needed and they will be developing in NSS. He himself has been a Program Officer for different colleges and has a vast experience of 18 years in it. He shared his experiences which helped the candidates to gain the overall idea of the stuffs they will be doing in the coming time in NSS. The work hours, special camps and other mandatory activities to attend were elaborately explained by him. He also asked the candidates to work and explore on the latest trending topics and use technology to find the solutions to the problems. His words were definitely encouraging and his experience will definitely guide all the volunteers of NSS in the right direction.

Personal Interview was conducted by the Student Leaders and Program Officer and the best 9 were selected on the basis of their skills.

 

   

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Particulars Description
Activity: Seminar on ‘Eradication of human trafficking’
Activity level: College
Title: ‘Eradication of Human Trafficking’
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: SLRTCE, Mira Road
Date: 30th July, 2018
Time: 2 Hr
Description Human trafficking has become a global threat to women, children and vulnerable citizens worldwide.

To address this sensitive issue, the NSS unit of SLRTCE organized a seminar to aware, to display the current scenario and the steps to be taken to eradicate human trafficking globally.

This seminar was conducted by Mr.Nishant Jha, who has been doing research and working on this cause since last 9years. Mr.Nishant Jha gave us the unfiltered scenario that human trafficking is highly organized and lucrative business and that the statistics of sex trafficking from prostitution industry has increased exponentially in these last few years. He explained that people working in the prostitution industry are none other than the victims who are trafficked for sexual exploitation.

Also, these enslaved victims are withheld and it is extremely dangerous and difficult to escape from this slavery.

He gave us the right direction to approach people in need and the correct method to handle sensitive situations. He also shared a helpline which can be reached in any case of emergency and distress. This seminar was concluded by an interactive session were Mr.Nishant Jha answered and tried to give practical solutions to our queries.

 

   

nss2nss3nss4

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: Paper Bag Making & Distribution
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: SLRTCE, Mira Road
Date: 21st Jully, 2018
Time: 5 pm onwards
Description Plastic or Polythene is a major chemical hazard which is corroding the environment gradually. Hence the government has imposed a plastic ban as an initiative to restrict the amount of plastic in the environment . But every rule has a setback, in this ban the major setback was the cost of commercially obtained paper bags. These paper bags were costly and hence mediocre vendors and shopkeepers found paper bags costly.  Therefore on 21 July 2018 we organized a paper making and distribution event where paper bags were made in large quantities and then distributed among the vendors and shopkeepers. These handmade paper bags were crafted without any usage of staplers, scissors or any kind of harmful or non biodegradable substances. Newspapers were the only ingredient required to make paper bag. During this activity we not only promoted the use of homemade paper bags but also taught them to craft paper bag on their own. The vendors were happy as, they found an alternative to costly paper bags which was homemade newspaper bags.

                                  With this we concludePlastics are a helping hand, but they are polluting our land.”

 

Achievement Around 900 handmade paper bags were distributed in different areas in Mira Road – East .Some shopkeepers assured us to use paper bags only.

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Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: VANMAHOTSAV
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: SLRTCE campus
Date: 21st Jully, 2018
Time: 3 hrs
Description On 14th July,2018, we performed  “Vanmahotsav” event in the college campus. Trees are the foremost source for producing the oxygen in environment, by reducing the level of CO2. As we all are aware that the whole world is facing the problem of global warming and the only way to reduce its effect is by planting trees.

With 20 tree saplings that included trees like neem, we started with our work with assigning the spots for the saplings to plant. During planting, we took care for the proper growth like avoiding excess water accumulation. In-spite heavy rains, volunteers continued planting and all the saplings were planted with care within 3 hours. The tree plantation was attended by our Principal Dr. S Ram Reddy sir and PO (Prof.Menka Singh & Prof.Vikas Somankar). Just planting saplings is not enough; we will be taking care of them until they are self-sufficient for the growth.

With this we conclude “Plant a tree so that next generation can breathe free”.

 

Cancer_day

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: Cancer Day
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: Vardhaman Fantasy, Mira Road
Date: 4th February, 20118
Time: 5 pm onwards
Objective of event: Make people aware about Cancer
Targeted Participants : Common Man
Total Participants(NSS): 25
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar

Prof. Apeksha Naik

Guest : Smt. Geeta B Jain
Student Council : Mr. Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms. Pragati Pandey

Mr. Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma ( Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : Every year 4th of February is known as Cancer Day.

Cancer day is not celebrated as cancer was discovered on this day, it is celebrated to make people aware to take certain precautions, perform certain actions and to fight against this deadly disease.

To celebrate this noble cause, our NSS unit performed a street play under the guidance of Smt. Geeta Jain, ex-mayor of MBMC.

The street play also brought into light social causes like peer pressure and addiction.

People gathered around to watch our drama and listen to the message that was conveyed through this play.

“Nasha naa kare, Nasha naa honede”

 

Methodology : Volunteers performed a street play on Cancer Awareness

one_for_all_nss

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: One for all, all for one
Organized by: Atharva College of Engineering
Venue: NSCI Dome (Worli)
Date: 31st January, 2018
Time: 4 pm onwards
Objective of event: To commemorate 10 untold stories of Bravery and Valour
Targeted Participants : Common Man, College students from various colleges
Total Participants(NSS): 30 (NSS SLRTCE unit)
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar

Prof. Apeksha Naik

Student Council : Mr.Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms.Pragati Pandey

Mr.Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma ( Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : We reached at the NSCI Dome around 4pm.The event started with the felicitation ceremony of Various high profile personalities including honorable CM Shri Devendra Fadnavis, Central minister Shri Nitin Gadkari ,Capt.Bana Singh ,Lt.Gen.Vishwambhar Singh and many more. This was followed by various performances and amazing stories of our Brave soldiers. The event made us understand the true importance of our Indian soldiers and the way they sacrifice their life for our Nation.
Methodology : Stories of our Brave soldiers were recited by the distinguish guests. A video on each brave soldier and also a video of their family interview was projected

 

 

republic_day_26th_2018

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: Republic Day
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: Mira Road Station and Shanti Nagar
Date: 26th January, 2018
Time: 8 am onwards
Objective of event: Importance of handling Indian National Flag
Targeted Participants : Common Man
Total Participants(NSS): 38
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar

Prof. Apeksha Naik

Faculty : Dr. S Ram Reddy (Principal)

Prof. Kajal Thapar

Prof. Darshan Shah

Student Council : Mr. Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms. Pragati Pandey

Mr. Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma ( Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : Our nation celebrated 69th Republic day on 26th January, 2018, Shree L. R. Tiwari college of engineering held a flag hoisting ceremony in the morning. As NSS volunteers, students of the college and citizens of this country, our NSS team proudly attended the flag hoisting ceremony. College principal, Dr. S Ram Reddy hoisted the flag. The tricolour was flourished and the national anthem was sung.

After the ceremony, our NSS unit gathered near Mira road station for the second task of the day. Groups were divided and given areas to cover near station. We were spreading information on what to do with the flag when the day ends, how to reuse it, what is the procedure to respectfully dispose our national flag and not to show any kind of disrespect towards it by throwing it away. Peoples response was affirmative and they also shared their experience of how tricolour was found on the streets the other day. They promised to show respect towards our flag in every way possible, not only on this day but everyday of the year.

Methodology : Volunteers went shop by shop explaining the importance Proper handling of Indian National Flag

 

 

 

 

 

 

youth_day_2018

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: Youth Day
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: Seminar Hall- SLRTCE
Date: 12th January, 2018
Time: 10 am onwards
Objective of event: To spread awareness about current issues in country and make aware about how Indian Parliament works.
Targeted Participants : College students
Total Participants(NSS): 40
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar

Prof. Apeksha Naik

Guest Speaker Smt. Geeta Jain (Ex-Mayor, MBMC)

Dr. S Ram Reddy (Principal)

Faculty : Prof. Kajal Thapar

Prof. Darshan Shah

Student Council : Mr.Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms.Pragati Pandey

Mr.Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma ( Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : On the occasion of Swami Vivekananda Jayanti commonly celebrated as Youth Day, our NSS committee organized a mock meeting on Parliament session. Smt. Geeta Jain, ex-mayor of MBMC, enacted as a speaker of this parliament session. The session started with the Question Hour where various topics regarding agriculture, sports and economic growth were questioned and answered in a flexible manner by the government. The next round was of calling attention motion, here the opposition party accused government’s deeds mercilessly on current affairs such as Bhima-Koregaon roits, Ban on Padmavat movie, Jatt andolan and Ram Rahim case.

In the next and final round, problems such as unemployment, corruption and environment depletion were discussed. The main objective of this activity was to encourage students towards politics following our Prime Minister’s vision and enlightening them on how the parliamentary sessions actually work.

Methodology : A Mock Parliament was enacted by the students and NSS volunteers and Smt. Geeta Jain was the speaker of the parliament.

women_sensitization

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: Women Sensitization
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: SLRTCE premises
Date: 28th November, 2017
Time: 8 am onwards
Objective of event: Creating social awareness on women sensitization
Targeted Participants : Common Man
Total Participants(NSS): 30
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar

Prof. Apeksha Naik

Faculty : Prof. Kajal Thapar
Student Council : Mr. Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms. Pragati Pandey

Mr. Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma ( Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : We still have a society where women and girls fear for their safety and well-being, and are considered ‘burdens’ on their families Hence to eradicate this male chauvinism in our society, N.S.S volunteers conducted a skit  to support feminism.

This skit highlighted some important points such as Educating Women, Treating them equally with men and concerns about safety of women. The play was divided into different scenarios, where each of them highlighted overt gender discrimination and devaluation of women and girls. In the conclusion the play depicted that how an egalitarian society is beneficial for all by questioning gender norms, only then will boys learn to treat women as equals. The play was applauded and praised by the audience.

Methodology : Street play, strong act was performed in the college premises on women sensitization.

nss_day_22nd_2018

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College (on field)
Title: NSS Special Camp
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: Zambulpada, Vaitarna
Date: 3rd January,2018 – 9th January, 2018
Time: Full day
Objective of event: Doing social service in the form of various activities in adopted area
Targeted Participants : Common Man
Total Participants(NSS): 38
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar

Prof. Apeksha Naik

Faculty : Prof. Kajal Thapar

Prof. Darshan Shah

Prof. Poonam Pangarkar

Prof. Menka Singh

Prof. Viraj Bhagat

Prof. Tushar Pevekar

Prof. Aarti Naik

Prof. Maheshwari Marne

Prof. Prateek Pagare

Prof. Aditya Prabhukhot

Student Council : Mr. Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms. Pragati Pandey

Mr. Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma ( Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : We conducted various activities in our 7 day camp which are as follows:

1.Drawing Competition in school

2.Cleanliness Drive

3.Skit

4.Personal hygiene Awareness

5.Local people’s problem solving

 

HIV_Awareness_2018

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: HIV Awareness
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: Seminar Hall -SLRTCE
Date: 27th November, 2017
Time: 9 am onwards
Objective of event: 1) To create awareness about HIV among young lads.

2) To motivate students to spread the information about HIV to the common man

Targeted Participants : Students
Total Participants(NSS): 33
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar

Prof. Apeksha Naik

Faculty : Prof. Kajal Thapar

Prof. Darshan Shah

Guest Speaker : Dr. Kirti Mutreja (Homeopthic Consultant, Bhaktivedanta Hospital and Research Institute)
Student Council : Mr.Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms.Pragati Pandey

Mr.Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma ( Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : It’s important for each of us to know about the disease called HIV.The topic is neglected by the people due to the society issues,but it’s important for us to know about the disease how we can help each other to know about it.A Seminar was conducted by the NSS in the college by Dr. Kirti Mutreja  who has told us about how we can keep ourselves away from the this dangerous disease which is responsible for more than 40% of abortions in the world  and has serious effect on women health.The NSS volunteers were overwhelmed by this event and feel very responsible about spreading the awareness of the HIV.

It was also very delightful experience for all students.

Methodology : A Homeopathic Consultant from Bhaktivedanta Hospital and Research Institute Dr. Kirti Mutreja delivered a lecture on HIV. Videos, pictures, stats were key point for the awareness

road_safety_drive

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: Road Safety Drive
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: Beverly Park
Date: 25th November, 2017
Time: 3pm onwards
Objective of event: Promotion of “Use of Helmets and seat belts while riding and driving”
Targeted Participants : Common Man
Total Participants(NSS): 34
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar

Prof. Apeksha Naik

Student Council : Mr.Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms.Pragati Pandey

Mr.Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma ( Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : Traffic management is the need of this age of vehicles. Use of helmets and following traffic rules and regulations is mandatory.Our NSS unit conducted a helmet drive on Mira- bhayander highway opposite McDonald’s. We wore helmets, formed a human chain and held up posters written with various road safety quotes.We cheered various slogans for the ongoing traffic to hear. Slogans were on subjects such as regular use of helmets, driving within speed limit, saying no to drinking and driving, etc.We not only grabbed people’s attention but also their response. Many bikers wore helmets after watching our drive and many slowed down to appreciate our efforts.It was a successful helmet drive indeed.
Methodology : All the volunteers wore a helmet and formed a human chain and chanted slogans regarding importance of Helmets and Seat Belts

paper_bag_making

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: Paper Bag Making and Distribution
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: College premises and Beverly Park Road
Date: 16th November, 2017
Time: 9.00 am onwards
Objective of event: 1) Promotion of use of Paper Bags over Polythene Bags

2) Easy way to prepare paper bags using Newspapers

Targeted Participants : Common Man
Total Participants(NSS): 36
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar
Student Council : Mr.Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms.Pragati Pandey

Mr.Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma ( Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : Plastic bags have some unique problems. Because they never break down completely, plasticBags can clog storm drains and other areas which can eventually cause severe flooding. So, as a NSS team we decide to make paper bag and distribute it to sellers and make them aware of the advantages of using it.Our main objective to create awareness on the environmental hazards of plastic carry bags and encourage the use of paper bags, our NSS organized a one-day program in which all volunteers were taught to make paper bag from waste news papers. All the volunteers had done wonderful job and made hundreds of paper bags and we decided to distribute the paper bags in our local area to create awareness about its benefits.

Some of the benefits stated were:

1) 100% reusable, recyclable and biodegradable.

2)Easier to carry than plastic bags.

3)Holds more items than plastic bags

4)Environmentally preferred.

5)A renewable resource – comes from trees.

Many people encouraged us for our work and praised us as well.

They were happy to see our dedication and hardwork.

Methodology : Made paper bags using Newspaper in college premises

Distributed them among vegetable/fruit/flower vendors, shopkeepers etc..with explaining the message to avoid the use of polythene.

 

 

bhajan_sandhaya

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: Bhajan Sandhya
Organized by: NSS Mumbai University
Venue: Gateway of India, Mumbai
Date: 2nd October, 2017
Time: 4 pm onwards
Objective of event: NSS volunteers from all over across Mumbai united in the event Bhajan sandhya on the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti.
Targeted Participants : Common Man and NSS volunteers
Total Participants(NSS): 10
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar

Prof. Apeksha Naik

Faculty : Prf. Menka Singh
Guest Speaker : Distinguished Guest from MU
Student Council : Mr.Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms.Pragati Pandey

Mr.Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma ( Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : We reached at Gateway of India around 4pm and registered our NSS unit name and attended the Bhajan Sandhya.
Methodology : Multiple performance were performed.

 

 

visit_MBMC_2017

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: Visit to MBMC School
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: MBMC School, Bhayandar East
Date: 23rd September, 2017
Time: 7.30 am onwards
Objective of event: 1) Teaching students in a different and interactive ways

2) Personality Development and Moral Values

Targeted Participants : School students
Total Participants(NSS): 38
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar

Prof. Apeksha Naik

Faculty : Prof. Kajal Thapar
Student Council : Mr.Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms.Pragati Pandey

Mr.Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma ( Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : For this activity, our NSS unit decided to interact with the students of MBMC school situated at Bhayandar.Academic classes ranged from 1st to 5th. Our unit was divided to accommodate each classroom.We introduced ourselves to those kids, asked them about their ambitions, built our friendship, played some intellectual and fun games, drew on the black board as the board was theirs to take, sang songs, danced on various tunes, distributed chocolates and laughed on numerous jokes. We didn’t realize as time flew away in those moments spend with them and soon it was lunch hour.We helped the school teachers to serve khichidi to the kids while they were still enjoying themselves.After the lunch hour, we bid farewell to the tiny tots who were ready to leave for home.
Methodology : 1) All volunteers were divided in the classrooms and they conducted the sessions accordingly

2) Also chocolates were distributed among kids to boost their participation in the events

 

 

 

nss_day_22nd_2018

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: NSS DAY
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: Zamburpada, Vaitarna (Adopted Village)
Date: 22nd September, 2017
Time: 8 am onwards
Objective of event: 1) Creating awareness for the “ Importance of Hand Wash”

2) Skit Presentation on “Open Defecation”

3) Drawing competition for Kids

Targeted Participants : Villagers
Total Participants(NSS): 38
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar

Prof. Apeksha Naik

Faculty : Prof. Kajal Thapar

Prof. Menka Singh

Prof. Aditya Prabhukhot

Student Council : Mr.Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms.Pragati Pandey

Mr.Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma ( Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : On the occasion of NSS Day, our NSS unit decided to conduct various activities regarding sanitation and hygiene in our adopted area, i.e. zambudpada, which is approx 3kilometers from Vaitarna station.Our team reached the destination in the morning to commence our activities for the day. Our tasks involved conducting a rally on cleanliness stating the importance of hygiene, a house to house demonstration on proper techniques of handwash and the importance of it, a marathi skit based on hazards of open defecation and health care and a drawing competition arranged in the village school for children.The people of the village responded positively for the rally and demonstration, appreciated the skit and understood the importance of proper sanitation and the children seemed cheerful after receiving presents for their work.A whole day dedicated for the betterment of the village. It was truly a ‘Not me but thou’ day!
Methodology : Volunteers used hand sanitizers and a live demonstration was given on how to wash hands properly

A street play was prepared and performed on Open Defecation

 

 

 

 

 

 

voting_awareness_2018

Particulars Description
Activity: Social
Activity level: College
Title: MBMC Voting Awareness
Organized by: NSS Unit-SLRTCE
Venue: Mira Road Station and Shanti Nagar
Date: 5TH October, 2017
Time: 10 am on awards
Objective of event: 1) To create awareness about “:Importance of Voting”

2) To create awareness about “MBMC Elections”

Targeted Participants : Common Man
Total Participants(NSS): 50
Program Officer Prof. Vikas Somankar
Faculty : Prof. Aditya Prabhukhot
Student Council : Mr.Atik Kadam

Ms. Ayesha Shaikh

Ms.Pragati Pandey

Mr.Shakib Shaikh

Mr. Suraj Vishwakarma (Student Mentor)

Content of the activity : It is important for voters to turnout for voting during elections.  Often, voters do not know where, when and how to vote. Public awareness campaigns can encourage voter participation and make important information ubiquitous, thereby reducing barriers at the ballot box.For the MBMC elections which was on 20 August,2017 .Our Nss volunteers  carried out an activity on Voting Awareness on 5th August 2017 in Shanti Nagar, Mira road(East). NSS volunteers were divided into 4 groups and they were allotted  respective area in Shanti Nagar.Volunteers prepared SLOGANS and Posters with different quotes written  on it to drag public attention and deliver the importance of voting awareness .Many people were delighted to see us doing the rally.  It was a nice experience for all of us.
Methodology : 1)  Posters – Voting Awareness

2)  Rally (conveying message via slogans)

 

 

 

15th

The National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) volunteers of SLRTCE dated 15th Jan 2016 have received special training in facing any difficulties and joy of living, which helped us a lot in showing the correct path to other people.

Report by Shweta R. Sahalot (NSS Student leader)

25th

The National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) volunteers of SLRTCE visited for a 7 day special camp to ZAMBUDPADA (Vaitarna) dated 25th Dec 2015 and performed cleaning and sanitation activities to spread awareness regarding the importance of cleanliness and healthy environment. The Volunteers also went door to door to explain the adverse effects of open dumping and suggested solutions like garbage segregation and making of compost pit.

Report by Shweta R. Sahalot (NSS Student leader)

26th

The National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) volunteers of SLRTCE visited for a 7 day special camp to ZAMBUDPADA (Vaitarna) dated 26th Dec 2015 and organised a special Medical Camp for the residents of 5 neighbouring villages including Dahisar, Zambudpada, Kurkuripada, Patilpada and Muddalpada.

The awareness of this camp being organised was spread by group of NSS volunteers going door to door and communication in their languages and encouraging them for maximum participation. Posters were made for awareness

Report by Shweta R. Sahalot (NSS Student leader)

27th

The National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) volunteers of SLRTCE visited for a 7 day special camp to ZAMBUDPADA (Vaitarna) dated 27th Dec 2015 and organised a special Medical Camp for the residents of 5 neighbouring villages including Dahisar, Zambudpada, Kurkuripada, Patilpada and Muddalpada.

This camp was a free check-up of diabetes and teeth and also prescription of the tablets if needed

Report by Shweta R. Sahalot (NSS Student leader)

28th

The National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) volunteers of SLRTCE visited for a 7 day special camp to ZAMBUDPADA (Vaitarna) dated 28th Dec 2015 and performed various street plays based on adverse effects of alcohol consumption, blind faith, cleanliness importance, etc.

Report by Shweta R. Sahalot (NSS Student leader)

29th

The National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) volunteers of SLRTCE visited for a 7 day special camp to ZAMBUDPADA (Vaitarna) dated 29th Dec 2015 and engaged themselves for the wellbeing of the kids of the village.

Report by Shweta R. Sahalot (NSS Student leader)