COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CLUB
Student’s holistic development is the principle of Community Development Club. The club inculcates the spirit of service among young minds thereby serving the deserving lives within the reach of the members.
- To inculcate the spirit of service among students
- To overhaul value system
- To motivate students to perceive the unrelenting life styles
The Community Development Club organized an "Awareness programme on Organ Donation" in association with MOHAN Foundation for the second year students on 14th February 2018.
The Community Development Club students of SDC visited the Panchayat Union Primary School at Otteri and conducted drawing competition, elocution and recitation as part of the 69th Republic Day celebration
CDC students visited Panchayat Union Middle school at Nallambakkam on 21st August 2017 and spent time with the kids talking about the Luxury of freedom. Later they distributed sweets to the kids.
The CDC students created Road Safety awareness by using posters on 28th July 2017.
The CDC students of Student Development Cell carried out campus clean activity on 26th July 2017.
On 13th February Dr.Kishore and Mr.Kamalesh gave an orientation programme to the first year CDC students on "How to be service minded?"
Community Development Club students visited the schools in Nallambakkam, Asthinapuram and Karapakkam on 9th Feb 2017 . An awareness programme about the harmful effects of junk food was given to the school children.
Dental camp in Semmenchery on 26th September 2016
Canvassing programme for the dental camp on 23rd September 2016
Independence Day 2016 Celebration at our adopted school in Asthinapuram
Rural women were enlightened with a talk on “Personal Hygiene and Child Care” on 8th March 2016
Personal Hygiene and Child Care Programme
Yaadhum Oorae - A painting initiative by the Agaram Foundation to beautify the public places. Our students participated in this initiative.
Awareness Programme at our adopted schools
My Saturday University- Students from these schools visit our University and utilize lab facilities to develop and hone their computer skills
My Saturday University
Independence day activities of Club Members
On 16th March 2015 the club members took an initiative to conduct a program for the drivers of our University on safe driving.
Safe driving program conducted for the drivers of the University
Our Founder Chancellor inaugurated the Tree Plantation Programme in 2014
Once in 2 months students from our adopted schools visit the University for accessing the Lab facilities to develop their computer skills.
Activities in 2013
Zero wastage, an initiative made by the club students to create an awareness of the wastage of food in the mess.
Awareness on disaster management
Christmas gifts donated to CMCT children