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Contribution to Chief Minister's fund by Catechist Sisters of St. Ann at the outbreak of COVID - 19
COVID - 19 Pandemic: Organisation provides provisions for needy
Support the Slum
As an Institutional Social Responsibility, St. Pious X Degree college for women has adopted the Nacharam slum. In this slum there are about 160 families and our institution will be working for its betterment. The department of English language and Second Language has taken up the responsibility of providing stationary. There are few boxes placed within the campus for the students to drop in some amount of money. The fund collected for the slum is Rs. 4698.
The amount spent for the stationary item was Rs. 4094. These stationary items were given to the slum on 15 Aug 2017 along with the English And Second Language department. This initiative by the management has taught even the students to be a socially responsible person. The children in the slum were taught a song , moral values and the needs for education by the college student which made the slum children happy. They were excited when the stationary items and chocolates were given
Green trends: Hair donation to cancer patients
Online Water Conservation Campaign
Sewing machines to economically backward Women
Visit to Orphanage
Voice for Girls December Camp
Swachhata Hi Seva 2019
Tea Stall Inauguration 2019
The Cultural and Educational Exchange Program
Inter School Recycling Championship
National Science Day - 28th Feb 2019
Health Camp - 2nd Dec 2018
Department of English organised “Free Medical Camp” in collaboration with Lions club, Banjara Hills. The camp was conducted at Murkula Basti, near Telangana Huts, Nacharam, Hyderabad, Telangana. The aim of this camp was to ensure good health among the slum people. Dr. Basbaiah was a physician from Lions Club, who examined the patients.Nine students volunteered and coordinated with the patients.
They helped in registering the patients and overall discipline and coordination. Most of the people were suffering from cough, cold and skin rashes. They were given medicines according to their problems. Around 80 people were benefited with this camp. Few children followed us with smiling faces, which reflects that there was a good response and satisfaction among the slum dwellers.
Handloom Expo 3-4th Oct 2018
Hazards of e-waste
Departments of Physics and Computer Science, St. Pious X Degree & PG College for Women, Nacharam, Hyderabad in collaboration with Earth Sense Recycle Private Limited have organised an awareness campaign on hazards of e-waste in the campus and neighbourhood from 20-10-2016 to 22-11-2016.The concept of Reuse, Reduce and Recycle was promoted in students and neighborhood.
Students were actively involved and encouraged to collect house hold e- waste from neighboring colonies and campus. 875 kg of e-waste was collected by the students from their households and neighborhood during 2016-17. The name of the college has been entered in 'UNIQUE WORLD RECORDS for collecting e-waste from households and neighborhood by the students.
Paper Recycling Programme
On 28 & 29th July 2017, The Dept. of Zoology organised paper Recycling Programme and collected 4 tons of papers. As a college unit, by recycling more than 3 tons of paper, we saved 66 full grown trees that reduce tonnes of CO2 from the air we breathe in. consequence, 21,000 gallons of fresh water is saved, which is sufficient drinking water for more than 30 years for one human and 12,300 kilowatt-hours (45 GJ) of electricity, which is enough energy to power the average Indian village for eighteen months.
Through paper recycling we saved huge quantity of fuel, which is sufficient for a normal village family for next nine years. Paper industry is creating approximately 3.67 tons of Co2 for producing 1 ton of fresh paper, through waste paper recycling it will reduce the air pollution by 74%.Paper recycling is not only impacting on environment but also generating livelihood for humans, just through recycling of 4 tons paper we were instrumental in generating jobs for 60 man days.
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