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
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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.
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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 and Self Defence 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.
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Stress Management and Drug De-addiction Society
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.
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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.
picture_as_pdfNational Conference on IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON NACP Session 2020-21 picture_as_pdfOn the occasion of 75th Azadi Mahotsav various activities organized Session 2021-22 picture_as_pdfOn the occasion of 75th Azadi Mahotsav an extempore competition was organised Session 2021-22 picture_as_pdfReport of Activities Session 2022-23 picture_as_pdfREPORT ON “NUKKAD NATAK” Session 2022-23
A literary society is a group of people interested in literature. In the modern sense, this refers to a society that wants to promote one genre of writing or a specific author. Modern literary societies typically promote research, publish newsletters, and hold meetings where findings can be presented and discussed.
picture_as_pdfActivities of Literary Society Session 2020-21 picture_as_pdfActivities of Literary Society Session 2017-22 picture_as_pdfActivities of Literary Society 2017-2022 Session 2017-22
Society to Promote Health through Physical Activity (SPHPA)
Obesity, unhealthy life style, poor eating habits and the week psychological state are some of the major problems which are damaging the every section of the society. Be it an old people, youth or children, each one of us is affected by these menace. Therefore, keeping it in mind and to fight against it, the college has formed a society named Society to Promote Health through Physical Activity (SPHPA).
This society aims to design outreach programmes for different categories of people in the community. The faculty members and students of the college are willing to contribute in this noble cause. This initiative will be beneficial for students as well as the community.
picture_as_pdfActivities of Sports Society Session 2020-21 picture_as_pdfActivities of Sports Society from 2019-2022 Session 2019-22
Blood Donation Society
Donated blood helps meet many medical needs. Donors, especially those who donate regularly, keep our nation's blood supply stable. Although many people donate blood after disasters, blood is needed every day of the year. There is no substitute for blood. Donors provide the only supply of life-saving blood for those in need.
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Cultural and Heritage Society
Cultural heritage has the potential to promote access to and enjoyment of cultural diversity. It can also enrich social capital and create a sense of individual and collective belonging, which helps to maintain social and territorial cohesion.
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Government College Dramatic Club has been working in the field of theatre since 2006. It is a ‘Student organisation for the students by the students’ where different teachers come forward to help out students to achieve their goals. The main objective of team is to inspire the students to participate in co-curricular activities. As theatre is a form which develops art of public speaking, a perfect body language, self-confidence, teamwork, management. As well as it helps to highlight and aware students and society about social evils and upcoming problems in a dramatic way. The achievements of GCDC are uncountable. It has been regularly dominating Youth Fest, Inter-Zonal, Inter-Universities and Inter-College competitions. Its various pass outs are now in Indian TV industry as well as running various professional theatre groups such as “Satvik Art Society”, “Alankaar”. In breif it has given a good start to students and helped them to explore themselves with taking along their academic performances. Every year auditions are done and students are enrolled in this team. Presently it is a team of about 26 members.