NSS Unit organized Swachha Bharat Pakwada from 02ndAugust to 16th August 2018 in this week our NSS Volunteers make the posters, slogan, Rally, & Door to Door awareness to aware about cleanliness among the students and society. NSS volunteers also clean the college premises, as well as our adopted area wadala gate no. 4, King Circle Railway Station & Mamnoli Village. Beside thisour NSS PO's and volunteer has took Swachhta Shapath (Oath).
Sapling distribution to the residents of Wadala gate no.4 under Save the Environment campaign.
Department of Psychology provides free Psychological services to Andhra Education Society’s High School Wadala, Mumbai through Samvedana Counselling Centre. The counsellor provides personal counseling for students for academic and emotional problems. Students are given free Vocational Assessment and Career Counselling. Counsellor, along with the student interns, also conducts workshops on emotional and social skills training, as well as for academic enhancement. This helps our department reach out to the underprivileged within our vicinity and gives us an opportunity to extend our services for betterment of society.
Department has also conducted free Vocational Assessment and Counselling for students of M P BhutaSionSarvajanik School. Students attempted aptitude and interests tests which were later evaluated by the faculty members and MA students. Each student received personal reports for their assessment and counseling was conducted for them.
Department of Psychology regularly conducts workshops for children of the orphanage managed by ManavSevaSangh, Sion. These workshops are conducted by faculty members and MA students. These workshops focus on enhancing emotional and social skills of children through interactive play and discussions.
The F.C. papers attempt to inculcate among students’, skills to understand and analyze social structure, develop critical understanding about personality development, understand contemporary social concerns. To appreciate the role of social work in dealing with contemporary concerns and to develop an understanding in dealing with social concerns, 123 B.A II students English and Gujarati Medium were divided into groups and sent to different NGOs for the Internship for a fortnight from January to March 2017.
List of NGOs are as under: