ACADEMIC YEAR 2009-2010
BLOOD DONATION CAMP
Blood Costs nothing to you and is priceless to someone else. Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something. The Second Blood Donation Camp of the academic year was done. Medical persons from Indian Medical Association [IMA] came for the event. They conducted the required tests and processed which are required to donate blood. A total of 100 units of Blood was collected on that day and handed over to the Indian Medical Association.
“Preservation of our environment is not a liberal or conservative challenge, it is a common sense. Global warming threatens our health, our economy, our natural resources, and our children's future. It is clear we must act."In order to make the students aware of the effects and causes of Global Warming, we organized a one day Guest Lecture on this topic. Mr. Komagan, Eco-Conservationist, Coimbatore has been the Chief Guest for the function and delivered a speech on the topic. He showed a lot of slide presentations and valuable photographs which represented a silent evidence for the issue. This event made as aware of the dangerous effects of the Global Warming.
Plastic is a polymer, a repeating chain molecule, which is extremely long-lasting in the environment. For this reason, it contributes to a host of pollution problems, causing direct mortality of wildlife, entering the foodchain and leaching toxic chemicals. To avoid these problems, plastic is best limited to uses that require long-lasting materials.
Our college NSS students along with the NCC members had actively participated in the one day Anti- Plastic Campaign which was held in the Bannari forest Area. The District Forest Officer, STF and Sudar NGO presided over the function. A total of 50 sacks of Plastic has been collected by our college students on a single day and processed for eco-recycling. The students advised the villages and residents in the nearby areas that not to use the plastic unnecessarily and created awareness to the local public.
“The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread. So we cannot all do great things, but we can do small things with great love”. Orphanage visit is one of the important activities of NSS. We select one of the orphanages which are really in need of help and get details about the requirements and basic needs of them. A group of 100 students of NSS along with the staff visited the orphanage.
We motivate the children and make them aware of various opportunities around the world. We stress the importance of education to them in a way that they can easily understand and follow. We went to the Annai Illam in Mettupalayam on 13th October. We fulfilled some of their needs and spent couple of hours with them. The event made us to think of the needy people and their day- to-day problems which they face.
02.10.09 to 05.10.09
The Convention of Student’s chapter of Indian Society for Technical Education [ISTE] was held during the month of October in our college .70 Students from NSS helped the public in terms of hospitality.
28.08.09 to 30.08.09
The National level Technical Symposium “FUTURA’09” was held during the date from 28.08.09 to 30.08.09 .We under took the works such as Public Guidance, Helpdesk,School Events and Discipline. Pre Event activities such as inviting the schools for the function, selection process for certain events were done by NSS students. Accommodation and Hospitality for school students were provided by our NSS volunteers. Several committees were formed in order to make the smooth functioning of all the events of FUTURA and work was divided among all volunteers. A total number of 200 NSS members were involved in FUTURA and organized the event.
Keeping our work area clean, helps keep hazards from being unseen make the earth green. With a view to make our college campus clean and neat during FUTURA ’09 we the NSS students planned to make the campus free from Plastics, Garbage and Waste Papers that spread all across the play ground and grass lanes around the campus .A Group of 60 NSS Volunteers cleaned the places such as Playground, Staff Quarters Road, North gate Road. We collected a huge heap of waste on a single day in the campus.
FIRST YEAR INDUCTION PROGRAMME
A better beginning will help the students to be aware of that environment and it will ends in success. As a part of our regular activities a Motivation Seminar had been held for the first years on that day .Our Alumni Mr.Saravanan and Mr.Loganayakan had been invited as Chief Guest for the function. They addressed the first years about the roles and responsibilities of the students in the society. Their speech inspired the young minds of our college in such a great manner. This program made many first years to get enrolled in NSS and show their interest to serve others.
FIRST YEAR PARENTS MEETING
NSS volunteers of our college organized the parents meeting and served the food for parents who attended the meeting on that day.
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
. Long years ago, we made a tryst with destiny and now the time comes when we shall freedom our pledge... At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom. Freedom has its life in the hearts, the actions, the spirit of men. Our college NSS students along with the NCC members had gathered in front of AS block. Our principal Dr A. Shanmugam hoisted the flag and sweets were distributed to the students.
27.7.09, 03.08.09, 10.08.09 to 12.08.09
ADMISSIONS FOR THE FIRST YEAR
The NSS volunteers helped the management during admissions held for the academic year 2009-2010. 40 volunteers from NSS helped the fresh candidates to fill their applications.
BLOOD DONATION CAMP
Blood donation is often referred to giving the gift of life. When a person donates blood, it usually goes into a special blood bank to be used by surgery patients, accident victims, children with leukemia and many other people. A Blood donation camp was conducted on 23.7.09 inside the college premises in collaboration with KG Blood Bank, Coimbatore. 3 Doctors and his crew assisted in the process and 130 units of blood were collected. Our Principal Dr A. Shanmugam presided over the function