Social and Community Services

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others”. – Mahatma Gandhi

Engaging in Social and Community Services provide students with the opportunity to become active members of their community and has a lasting, positive impact on society at large. Social and Community Service or Volunteerism enables students to acquire life skills and knowledge, as well as provide a service to those who need it most. Also, it gives a good exposure to students to interact with the local community and to be aware of social issues. Volunteering helps students enhance their personal knowledge, grow from new experiences, and develop better interpersonal communication skills. Volunteering engages students with the community, creates special bonds with the population being served, and increases social awareness and responsibility. Keeping in this view, Sri Krishna College of Technology has instituted the Centre for Social and Community Services to serve the needy and the underprivileged as part of outreach activities.

center for social and community service

The following five villages have been adopted

  • Mavuthampathi (Tribal Village - Madukkarai)
  • Sundakkamuthur
  • Kulathupalayam
  • Arumuga Goundanur
  • Theethipalayam (Thondamuthur Taluk)

  • Sinking Soak Pits for drainage system in villages
  • Removal of invasive aquatic plants in water bodies in Coimbatore
  • Building a community food garden at Old Age Homes, Orphanages, Schools, etc. Agenda: Plantation, de-weeding, starting new seeds, and basic maintenance.
  • Sapling plantation / preparation of seed balls
  • Creating Miyawaki Forests in schools premises
  • Regulating the road traffic, creating awareness on Road Safety and Traffic Management
  • Joy of Giving: Collecting unused clothes, materials, books, etc. and donating it to the needy.
  • Go Green Walk for picking recyclable plastic in and around our college.
  • Go Green Wall Painting in important places, schools, etc.
  • Spending time with Special Children
  • Spending time with elderly persons in old age homes.
  • Health screening camps in villages (General Heath Checkup, Eye Relief Camps, Blood Donation Camps, Dengue Awareness, Aids Awareness, Cancer Awareness)
  • Participating in survey on Menstrual Practices followed by women from marginalized communities. Only female volunteers are required for this event.
  • Anti -smoke, Anti-drug addiction drives and prohibition propaganda
  • Teaching school children on Public Speaking Skills
  • Conducting Special Classes for the students who are appearing for Public Examinations like 10th, 11th and 12th.
  • Training the children in basics of English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, GK, etc. from Class 6th to Class 9th in Govt. Schools.
  • Teaching Basic Physical Exercises to the students to stay healthy and fit and conducting sports and games for the school children
  • Preparing Paper Bags with Kids to Curb Single Use Plastic
  • Preparing and giving teaching – learning aids for the school children
  • Conduct of Education Career Guidance Sessions at Schools
  • Training the school students for National Means Cum-Merit Scholarship (NMMS) Exam. Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) or other competitive exams like TNPSC, Banking Services, Railways, LIC, etc.
  • Teaching Basic Physical Exercises to the students to stay healthy and fit and conducting sports and games for the school children.
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