“Only a Life Lived for Others is a Life Worthwhile.”
The life of the individuals and the nation cannot be uplifted without reaching out to community at large. With this aspect in mind and provide holistic input towards community DME has dedicated extension Activities based Cells. Extension activities in the neighbourhood community in terms of impact and sensitizing students to social issues and holistic development. The purpose of education is not just preparing the students to earn a living but more so to make them good citizens and above all good human beings. Values of caring and sharing with the under privileged are one of the important elements to be inculcated through education. It is our shared responsibility to empower the underprivileged to become self-reliant so that they can live with respect and dignity. DME encourages a lifelong journey of community service.
- To create opportunities for students and faculty and staff to connect with community and work for the welfare of the society at large.
- To collaborate for supporting various organizations through donation of time and resources and facilitating volunteer opportunities.
- To make efforts for establishing a better society and environment.
- To develop a social work temperament among students, faculty, and staff members.
“This country will not be a good place for any of us to live in unless we make it a good place for all of us to live in.”
Community Connect Team :
- Ms Neha Sharma (Coordinator)
- Ms Shrishti Balam (Co-Coordinator)
- Mr Swaraj Manchanda
- Ms Piyusha Sharma
- Ms Rimsi Sood
- Ms Navya Jain
- Ms Surbhi Arora
The Community Connect Cell of DME collaborates with various government/government-recognized agencies time and again to work for the welfare of the community/society. The objective of community connect has been to work for social cause for the welfare of society at large and for bringing a change in lives of people who are belonging to disadvantaged communities.
Community Connect has collaborated with Governmental agencies like National Commission for Protection Child Rights (NCPCR), Delhi Commission of Women (DCW), United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), United Nations Millennium Fellowship program, Regional Mountaineering Institutive, McLeodganj, Government School, Nawada, Noida etc. Community Connect society has also been dealing with non-governmental associations in its endeavor of social service.
We have received acknowledgement from various governmental agencies. Delhi Commission of Women has recognized our students’ efforts in contribution of law and order. National Commission for Protection Child Rights has encouraged our students’ efforts in taking up initiatives to uplift these children and spread awareness for child rights. Students have done month long work with the Delhi Commission of Women with the motive work for the welfare of women. Students have collaborated with United Nations Millennium Fellowship Program as well and working together for social impact. Students have also worked as an inquisitive learner and how they can return to society as well by working such places.
Students have worked with UNESCO and contributed in the field of educational social impact. NCPCR - National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has been one agency working in the field of protection of Child Rights, our students have steered for the work of making the awareness of Child Rights and contributing in the society by making it a better place for disadvantageous children to live in. Community Connect has collaborated with National Thalassemia Welfare Society and Lady Hardinge Medical College in organizing Blood Donation Camp in the college campus. Every year college organizes blood donation drive and donates it to national Thalassemia society, blood donated here is used for children who suffer from Thalassemia and require blood almost every week. Society has been working for the welfare of the people and those who don’t have anyone for their own. Students have also worked with The Menaka Gandhi Foundation for the welfare of animals. PAWS is one such association which has been working for the welfare of animals and students have volunteered in working with them. With Government School, Rasoolpura, Nawada, an awareness session on ‘Women Rights and Child Rights’ have been organized on the women’s day. Session was with the objective to make all aware about the government initiatives of helplines and other agencies incase of any issue which are raised in day-to-day life. On continuous basis community connect has been organizing sessions on cleanliness, menstrual hygiene etc.
Motive of the students is always for the welfare of the society. Among these few are Naari shakti women empowerment, Nirbhed Foundation, Goonj, Pyare Foundation, Antardrishti, Apna Ghar Social welfare society, Deepalaya, warrior without cause, Shakti Shalini etc. Community Connect has organized programs like ‘Joy of giving’, community fair, donation drives with these non-governmental organizations.
|1||Beti Bachao Beti Padhao|
|3||Sarva Siksha Abhiyan (SSA)|
|4||Raktdaan Amrit Mahotsav|
Poshan Abhiyan – National Nutrition Mission
Scheme for Adolescent Girls (SAG)
PM Cares Fund
Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav
Society for Child Development
Nav Prerna Vikas Samiti
People’s Union for Legal Rights
Jan Sandesh(Vocational Training Youth Program)
Apna Ghar Social Welfare Society
Nari Shakti Women Empower
Warriors Without Cause
|1||CC Reports Jan-Dec 2017|
|2||CC Reports Jan-Dec 2018|
|3||CC Reports Jan-Dec 2019|
|4||CC Reports Jan-Dec 2020|
|5||CC Reports Jan-Dec 2021|
|6||CC Reports Jan-Dec 2022|