Societies

  • Environment Awareness Society

    Environmental awareness proves important for several reasons; it fosters a sense of connection to the natural world, promotes sustainable development and encourages conservation of irreplaceable natural resources and vulnerable plant and animal species

  • Traffic Awareness and Road Safety Society

    Traffic Awareness and Road safety refers to the methods and measures used to prevent road users from being killed or seriously injured. Typical road users include: pedestrians, cyclists, motorists, vehicle passengers, horse riders, and passengers of on-road public transport

  • Best Out of Waste Society

    Recycling and reusing the valuable waste material can result in development of fantastic and usable products. Rather than putting these waste materials into the landfills, various innovative and creative ideas can be put together to being something new and useful.

  • Community Hygiene and Sanitation Society

    Hygiene is a vital link between water, sanitation and health . Community hygiene can prevent diseases as-well-as can lower down the death rates. If the surroundings are kept clean by each and every individual, it ensures a healthy community and more prominent life

  • Gender Equity Society

    A "gender-equal society" is a "society in which both men and women, as equal members, have the opportunity to participate in all kinds of social activities at will, equally enjoy political, economical and cultural benefits, and share responsibilities." In such a society, the human rights of men and women are equally respected. Women who desire an active role in society may participate in activities of their own choosing, while men could enjoy a fulfilling home and community life. A gender-equal society is a society built by men and women as equal partners.

  • Society for Creating Awareness Against Drug Abuse

    The objectives of the Scheme for Prevention of Alcoholism and Substance (Drug) Abuse are: To create awareness and educate people about the ill-effects of alcoholism and substance abuse on the individual, the family, the workplace and society at large.

  • AIDS Awareness and Public Health Society

    People with HIV and AIDS are nothing to be afraid of. They are people just like every single one of us, and each has a story to tell. These people should be helped, embraced, and not dismissed. We need to open our hearts and our minds to them, and we just may learn we're pretty much all the same.