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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
The institution has initiated an outreach program called ‘Share a Meal’ with an aim to fulfill the vision of the Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) through its strategic goals and objectives. The program is directed towards supporting the well being of the underprivileged students by providing meals once a month to 24 girl students, at Divya Disha Orphanage in Boduppal, Hyderabad.To uphold the functioning of this program throughout the year, each department whole heartedly come forward to render services towards the achievement of this goal by taking support from the students and faculty of the department to provide a day’s meal to the orphanage.
Under Social work activity faculty of department of Mathematics and Statistics along with 15 students from B.Sc went to Murukula Basti which is located at IDA Mallapur, Hyderabad on 9th September, 2018. The concerned lecturers and students distributed
The Department of Social Sciences has taken up share a meal programme, as a part of Institutional social responsibility for which fund was raised up to five thousand seven hundred rupees and the amount was used to purchase provision - 1. Tin of Refined Oil, 20 Kg Tur Dal, 5KG. Chana Dal, 5kg Tamarind 10Salt Packets and 5 kg. Of Red Chilli Powder and were given in the orphanage. The students from B.A PPML, EPP & MPML along with the faculty members visited the orphanage and spent time with the children they also entertained them with music and stories and also encouraged them to study hard and achieve their goals in their life.
On 8th July 2017 the department of botany and bio technology organized share a meal activity for Divya Disha 0rphanage for Girls at Boduppal, Hyderabad.
Department of Second Language organised Share a meal programme at Divya Disha Orphanage on 8th of July 2017.Faculty visited along with the students of B.Com computer science, Bt.BC and MBC to share a meal and distribute rice, oil packets, biscuits, shampoos, soaps and clothes.
Department involved in share a meal program with Divya Disha Orphanage, Boduppal. They interacted with 25 inmates conducting games and antakshari. The students also shared about health consciousness and environmental awareness. They distributed snacks, fruits and shared a meal with them.
Department of Statistics involved in share a meal program with DIVYA DISHA Orphanage, Boduppal. Miss.Sreevani along with 10 students of B.Sc went to the orphanage on 12.08.2017. There are 25 children in the orphanage. They distributed fruits and snacks to the children and also interacted with the children conducting games.
As a part of Social responsibility the Department has organized Share a Meal Programme at Mettuguda orphanage and Divya Disha Boduppal. The students had interacted with the inmates and entertained them with Musical instruments, dance, songs they also highlighted about healthy habits and motivated them for higher studies. We distributed rice, dal, oil, sweets, snacks, and fruits.
The Department of Computer Science and Physics visited Divya Disha organisation on 21st December 2017. Students and staff of the Departments collected contribution in the form of food pulses, grains, eatables and cash before the visit to share them with the under privileged children. During their visit the students of the departments had shared everything that was collected and had participated in Christmas celebrations arranged for them. Many game activities were conducted to the children and gifts were presented to encourage them in every talent they own. The children exchanged their future plans and goals they have set for their future and the department helped them in guiding them the correct path to reach their goals. The departments also contributed an amount of Rs. 2523 to help the needy and promised to extend the help whenever necessary.
On 13/01/2018 Saturday, 5 faculty members and 25 students of Departments of the Chemistry, Zoology & Genetics went to Divya Disha an Orphanage located in Boduppal. Sponsored the meal for the inmates and distributed blankets, Tiffin boxes, eatables, stationary, clothes and groceries to the girls at the orphanage.
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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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