Monday, December 19, 2016
Friday, December 16, 2016
Pictures from the Campus Walking Tour Organized by NSS Units of Unity College. 70 Students & 5 staffs of G.L.P school Pulpatta visited our College on 13th December 2016. Special Thanks to Computer Science dept., Vineetha madam, Azeez Sir, Library Staff and Zakir sir for conducting various activities to them. It was truly a memorable one to all.......
With this year’s theme as “Hands up for HIV prevention”, NSS & NCC Units of K.A.H.M Unity Women’s College Manjeri observed World AIDS Day on Thursday 1st December 2016, conducting Blood Donation & Awareness Rally. In collaboration with Blood Bank of Government Medical College Manjeri, a Voluntary Blood Donation Camp was organized at College auditorium wherein 93 students and staff members donated blood. Later in the evening NSS & NCC volunteers took out an awareness rally that aimed at bringing better awareness on the subject. Rally was flagged off by Sri. Biju, Sub inspector of Manjeri police station. Displaying banners and placards, the procession, led by NCC & NSS officers and unit secretaries, began from Pandikad road Bus stand to Government Medical College Manjeri. Dr. Sajjain of Govt. Medical College has shared few thoughts on the World Aids day Observation at the concluding session of the Rally.
The National Service Scheme volunteers from K.A.H.M Unity Women’s College Manjeri celebrated Children's Day at Government L.P School Pulpatta on Monday 14th Novemeber 2016. Inaugurating the Children’s Day Celebrations, Sri. Abdussalam. k, Head Master , has called upon the NSS Volunteers and people to respect children’s rights and work for their all round development. He appreciated the National Service scheme for organizing the event at GLP school Pulpatta. Ward Member Ibrahim Cheladan, who presided over the function, gave a brief description on the measures and initiatives to be taken for the growth of Children. At the Inauguration ceremony Kavya, 3rd standard student delivered a fabulous short speech on the contribution of Nehru to the country. PTA & MTA Presidents, Union Chairperson Henna. K P, School Staff Secretary Jisha K V and NSS Programme officers of Unity College also spoke at the inauguration ceremony.
On reaching the School NSS Volunteers decorated the stage and a few class rooms with balloons. Sweets were also distributed at the opening ceremony. Volunteers interacted with the children, sang and danced with them thus making Children's Day a memorable occasion.Eight NSS Volunteers dressed up as the former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, known for his love for children, and entertained the gathering. Prizes were presented to the winners of several competitions for children especially Coloring competition, Singing competition and dancing competition.