The DLLE Unit of the college organized a Poster Making Competition for student members of the DLLE Unit on Thursday, 30 November, 2023.The topics for the competition addressed concerns like pollution, saving trees, cleanliness, and the need for mankind to go green and plastic free. The competition witnessed the participants, DLLE registered members, unleash their creativity to the hilt as they conceptualized, drew, shaded and painted the topics chosen by them. Ms. Medha Satpalkar, a contemporary Indian artist Visual Arts with over 20 years of experience in diverse fields of painting, sketching, art and more, was the judge of the competition. She appreciated all the participants, 12 in all, for their effort and gave feedback to each one. She encouraged them to hone their skills in artistic pursuits further, and explore career options in the field of painting.
Following students were adjudged winners:
I Prize - Riya Rupji FYBMS/ A Roll No. 32
II Prize - Navin Mali F.Y.B.Com./ A Roll No. 76
III Prize- Ashwin Sekaran SYB.Com./ B Roll No. 64
The winners were awarded certificates and medals, and all the other participants were felicitated
with digital certificates.
It was an enriching and fulfilling experience for all the participants. It was evident that they enjoyed
expressing thoughtful messages through their creativity and art.
The DLLE Unit of the college undertook a beach cleanup activity organized by
Child Help Foundation under ISL 2.0 (Indian Swachhata League 2.0) at Uttan
Beach on Sunday, 01 October, 2023. The beach cleanup initiative, titled Swacchata Hi Seva, was the perfectly solution for cleaning the beach after the final day of bidding farewell to Lord
Ganesha.15 DLLE members participated in the activity. Armed with gloves, baskets, and
gunny bags provided by the organizers, they went about the noble task of cleaning the beach enthusiastically. They collected the debris diligently and deposited it as per the instructions
issued to them. It was an enriching and satisfying experience for all the participants, especially
for those who engaged in beach cleaning with the motive of protecting the
environment.Day and Date: Sunday, 01st October, 2023Timing: From 9.00 a.m.Beneficiaries: DLLE registered members. of attendees: 15
The DLLE Unit organized a seminar on Strategies for Sustainable Waste Management on Tuesday, 12th September, 2023 at 11.30 a.m. in collaboration with Making the Difference Charitable Trust.
Ms. Jagruti Gupta, a social worker, public speaker, psychologist and workshop facilitator from Making the Difference Charitable Trust, was the Guest Speaker.
Ms. Gupta shared detailed glimpses into a broad range of areas related to sustainable Waste management that comprised:
Common faulty practices that citizens indulge in while
Segregation of waste
Extent of harm that plastic, hazardous material, e-waste and used sanitary pads cause
Tips for efficient waste management
The guest also highlighted the concerns that need to be addressed urgently and measures being taken by the government and civic bodies to promote eco-friendly practices.
The aim of the seminar was to create awareness about concrete measures that can be adopted to manage waste efficiently for a sustainable and safer future.
She got the students to commit to a better, environmentally sustainable lifestyle and be considerate towards the future generation.
89 learners, belonging to all programs, were present in the seminar held in Block 710, eagerly absorbing interesting as well as surprising facts and information given by the Speaker.
“Transforming Ideas into Empires and Building the Future, Today.”
The DLLE Unit hosted the very first event for the Academic Year 2023-24 on Thursday, 10th August 2023 from 08.30 am to 02.00 pm. Six DLLE members set up their stalls in the college premises to sell their unique handmade products like snacks, cold drinks, artificial flowers, chocolates, cupcakes, traditional sweet dishes like Puran Poli, etc. During this event, students got the opportunity to show their entrepreneurship skills and unique strategies to sell handmade products.
Date: Thursday, 10th August, 2023
Timing: 08.30 am to 02.00 pm
Venue: College Entrance Lobby
Beneficiaries: DLLE registered members
No. of Stalls Installed: 06
The DLLE Department and the NSS Unit, along with the sister concerns of the college, held the tricolour and love for the country aloft for Independence Day celebrations on Tuesday, 15th August, 2023 in the college.
Members of both DLLE and NSS assembled in the college premises early in the morning to mark the glorious occasion of India’s 76th Independence Day.
The programme commenced with the March Past followed by the unfurling of the national flag by college authorities.
A host of cultural programmes comprisingSkitsPatriotic songs dance performancesSpeeches
depicting India’s freedom struggle, sacrifices and patriotism were held on the occasion.
The DLLE and NSS members rendered active support in the organisation of the celebration.
The DLLE department held a beach cleaning activity with the “Beach Warrior “on Friday, 12th March 2022 from 8.00 am till 10. am
There was a total of 37 volunteers who volunteered for the great cause of beach cleaning this activity helped them create their belongingness towards mother nature and how cautious one should be towards mother nature. Even they learned how to work together as a group, which will help them to know their hidden qualities like leadership, management, presentation skills, etc. All the volunteers were overwhelmed by being a part of a noble cause.
The DLLE department holds a Poster Making on the topic ‘‘Social Causes” on Wednesday,9th February 2022.
The main moto of poster making was to make awareness among students about the social evils that happen all around. And to abolish such evil practices.
There were a total 35 numbers of students who made the poster and showcased their creativity.
The DLLE department holds a Debate on the topic ‘‘Online versus offline mode of education” on Friday, 18th February 2022 at 12.00 noon.
For the debate competition, there were around 75 students, the main reason for the debate was to make the students know about the merits and the demerits of both the mode of education. Whereby students expressed their own views so graciously, the main reason for doing debate competition was to make them bold in speaking and to overcome their stage fear so that they can be great leaders and managers.
At last, all the students gave their insight about what challenges they are facing in both the modes of education and as we decided as to how can we overcome it.
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