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Co-Educational Institution, Affiliated to SPU Mandi and HPU Shimla,
Accredited by NAAC, Ministry of HRD Govt. of India

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav

Best Practices

Best Practice I - Eco-friendly Campus : Go Green, Keep Clean

Objectives of the Practice :

  • To inculcate the awareness about the environment.
  • To develop the respect and love for Nature.
  • To make the campus eco-friendly, green and clean campus.
  • To make students the ambassadors of environment so that they can bring a change in the society they live in.

The Context :

As goes the saying—“Nature never did betray the heart that loveth her,” it is of paramount significance that we need to love and respect nature. Nestled in the lap of Karsog valley, the institution looks glorious. But the trees are quite less in number in the surroundings and so much construction is on rampage. Being hilly terrain, the conservation of nature has become quite important in modern life. The college focuses on encouraging students to respect nature and to keep the campus and their surroundings clean and green. The idea is to inculcate in them the adoration for nature which would be carried forward into their future lives so that they become catalytic agents in bringing a change in their immediate society.

The Practice :

The institution follows the slogan- Go Green, Keep Clean and the main thrust is laid upon the environment-friendly practices combined with education to promote sustainable and eco-friendly practices. The college Botanical Garden has diverse medicinal plants like Aegle marmelos (bel), Tinospora cordifolia (gaduchi), Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha), Rauwolfiaserpentina (sarpagandha), Valerianajatamansi (jatamansi), etc. The college campus is tobacco-free zone and also maintains precautions in making disposal of laboratory wastes. No chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or weedicides are used in nourishment and maintenance of plants on campus; instead bio-fertilizers are preferred. Triveni—NCC, NSS and R & R carries out one day camps, plantation drives, cleanliness drives to build the eco-friendly campus and extends its help to the community through extension activities, thus, sensitizing the people about the awareness about the environment.

Since 2011, the college has been carrying out plantation drives every year in the adopted Mahadev Ki Banauni Forest in Mumail of Karsog block.

Evidence of Success :

  • The Department of Forest has acknowledged and appreciated the contribution of the institution for its activism in various environmental activities. The department has especially acknowledged the remarkable service of the institution in the tremendous increase of green cover of Mahadev- Ki- Banauni Forest in Mamail of Karsog block.
  • The NSS, NCC and R&R units of the institution were given a Letter of appreciation by the Sub-Divisional Legal Services Committee, Karsog, Mandi, for Plantation Drive-cum-Awareness Camp.
  • The Nagar Panchayat, Karsog and Mamail panchayat have acknowledged the selfless work done by Rover a

Best Practice II - Grooming of Personality through Community Interface

Objectives of the Practice :

  • To inculcate the sense of purpose and social responsibility among students.
  • To groom the wholesome personality of the students.
  • To make the students more participative in their immediate society.
  • To develop a spirit of belongingness and togetherness.

The Context :

The college not only provides a better perspective about life and career but also creates a space for seeking a higher purpose in life. The academic and co-curricular activities are combined to give preference for the overall growth of a student. It is believed that the sense of selfless service provides motivation for students to do something worthwhile for the society. It boosts their morale and motivates them to have a better purpose in life.

The Practice : Triveni-NCC, NSS and R & R

Triveni organizes the awareness–cum-plantation drives every year. It renders its help in Sanarali Temple during Navratri, assisting the local community and helps in keeping the fair neat and clean and motivates people to do so during the Nalwar Mela also. Apart from the participation in social services, the institution is always ready to provide financial help to the needy and it continues to do so whenever required. NSS volunteers donated Rs. 11,000 to the CM Relief Fund during COVID-19 Pandemic. During the pandemic, the students took initiative to inform the people about COVID-19 SOPs/protocol to be followed for safety measures, prepared and distributed masks, started online campaigns, assisted in hospitals, roads, etc. The NSS started campaigns ‘Meri Pathshala’ and ‘Mission Gyanodaya’ in which volunteers taught the children in their home and donated books to the needy. The social service done by students extends outside the state also. The R & R Unit rendered services in Kumbh Mela of Nasik on February 12-21, 2019.
Constant grooming of students by different clubs and societies brings laurels to the institution by bagging positions in Himachal Pradesh University Youth Festivals and Inter-College Championships.
The young actors of the Dramatic Club of the institution regularly perform Mimes, Nukkad Natak based on social issues to spread awareness. Stories like Sadgati, Kafan and Idgaah were enacted by the actors.

Evidence of Success

  • The institution received the Award of Eminence for being the ‘Best Performing College’ at state level virtual project Scout Fight against Corona 2.0. Rover and Ranger Unit was felicitated by His Highness Governor of Himachal Pradesh for exemplary social service during COVID-19 Pandemic.
  • NCC, NSS, R & R act in unison and the concerted effort translates into achievements which are acknowledged by the local administration and the community.
  • The NSS Unit of the college was conferred with the ‘Best Performance Award’ by CMO, Mandi for arranging a Blood Donation Camp where 105 units of blood was donated.
  • NSS and R & R were given a Letter of Appreciation by the local administration for their hard work and dedication during the election process of Panchayati Raj in Karsog Block, held in January, 2021.
  • Fifty scouts rendered their invaluable services in the ‘Anorectal Screening and Ksharsutra Camp’ held in Civil Hospital, Karsog on November 14-19, 2019.
  • During the Annual Prize Distribution Function, all students who excel in the extension activities are given due recognition and they are awarded for their contribution towards society as well.
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