Social Awareness And Contribution
Individual Contribution to Society / Nation
Computer Society Of India (CSI) Gurgaon chapter in collaboration with KIIT College of Engineering has organized a one day workshop on computing and Internet Technology on October 12.2014 at 10.30 a.m at Dr. Homi Bhabha Auditorium , KIIT college of engineering, Sohna.
The workshop was meant for under- privileged students. A convenient batch of around 50 students were formed among which most hailed form prem puri, Jharsa. Dr S.S Agrawal Director General of KIIT Group of Colleges gave the welcome address and a warm gratitude towards Mr. Anang Mohapatra, Chairman- CSI, Guragaon Chapter, Mr. Rajiv Nandwani, Vice- Chairman- CSI, Mr Amit Garg from Eklavya NGO and Mr. Geetesh Mishra. Mr Sahil Chauhan , Btech CSE viith semester student gave a very beautiful lecture on basics of computer by giving very simple and apt example which was immediately grasped by the little young minds. There was a quiz competition too to check the level of understanding of the students, and the first three winners were given prizes also.
A summer camp of one week duration was organized at KIIT for CRPF Jawaans on computer literacy. Valedictory session for the camp was held on 25 May 2012 which was attended by many dignitaries. On this occasion Shri Mahesh Dayma, Councilor, Municipal Corporation, Gurgaon distributed the certificates to successful participants.
Dr. S. S. Agrawal, Director General, KIIT congratulated the participants for their successful completion of the course. Chairman, KIIT Shri B. R. Kamrah expressed his desire to conduct many such programmes in future for diverse community clientele who show their interest for the same.
KIIT closely works with local schools particularly with a view to improving their infrastructural and academic resources in quality as well as in quantity. KIIT donated funds to the tune of about 2 Lakhs for building of toilet block in Government Girls’ school, Bhondsi. This year KIIT donated 10 Green Boards, 30 Fans, 40 Lights and 100 Dual Desks for classrooms to the Govt. school at GwalPahari, Gurgaon.
Founder & Chairman KIIT Sh. B.R. Kamrah ji strongly supports to save the precious lives of many in need. He considers it a nobel cause and a color, caste,creed or sex. Voluntary blood donation camps are organized in KIIT in coordination with Indian Red Cross Society & Thalassemia Society of India every year in which students, faculty and Managements participate wholeheartedly. More than 100 units of blood is donated every year starts from 2007.
In Blood Donation Camp in which around 100 students participated. A total of 136 units of blood were collected at the camp conducted by Red Cross society.
KIIT fraternity organized in collaboration with Red cross society of India a ‘Blood Donation Camp’ in the campus on 27th August . The chief Executive Dr. Harsh Vardhan and the Registrar Mrs. Neelima V. Kamrah were the first to donate Blood. 108 units of blood was donated at this year.
KIIT College of Engineering organized a visit to a national level NGO- All India Citizens’ Alliance for Progress & Development (AICAPD) on 24 Jan 2013 in one of its centre located on Jail Road (Sohna Road). The NGO has been working towards the upliftment of children of migrant construction labourers and field workers.
Students of the KIIT College of Engineering visited the local Blind School on 18 Jan. 2013. It is run under the aegis of All India Confederation of Blinds. The visit was aimed at acquainting them about the special education facilities available in the locality. They extensively interacted with the students, faculty and the equipment to understand the learning process and the challenges that they face. Students after the visit had lot to share about their unique experiences.
As a part of community service, KIIT college organized tutorials to address the difficulties of the students in chemistry and mathematics subjects, and one day workshop on computer education. Maths and Chemistry classes were arranged for 30 students of 10th standard from “Indian Convent School-Bhondsi”, and 50 students of 12th standard of “Government Senior Secondary School-Bhondsi “. The workshop on Computer Education were arranged for 25 students of “Government Girls’ High School – Bhondsi”, all associated to KIIT for practice Teaching. In Mathematics the teacher stressed on the importance of Mathematics by illustrating through real life examples and motivated the students to come up with their doubts and queries.