Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College Of Engineering, Bandra West, Mumbai
Climate Change Seminar
Climate change is having serious impacts on the world’s water systems through more flooding and droughts. Warmer air can hold a higher water content, which makes rainfall patterns more extreme. Rivers and lakes supply drinking water for people and animals and are a vital resource for farming and
industry. Freshwater environments around the world are already under excessive pressure from drainage, dredging, damming, pollution, extraction, silting and invasive species. Climate change only exacerbates the problem and makes this worse.
Kolhapur Flood Relief Donation
“You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you. ― John Bunyan” With the help of NSS unit of Fr.CRCE the students and professors of Fr.CRCE came together to Contribute for flood affected victims of Kolhapur.Together the college collected and donated essentials likeclothes, dal, pulses, rice, sanitary pads, soaps, stationery for students such as books crayons , etc. The donation campaign was conducted for around a week .
Blood Donation 1
“Your little effort can give others second chance to live life.” As Donating a part of ourselves for the betterment of the society is our motto, NSS CRCE along with the staff of renowned TATA Memorial Hospital were successful in organizing a Blood Donation Campaing on 28th August ,2019 . The Drive received an overwhelming response from the students as well as the staff of our college.
Blood Donation 2
As Donating a part of ourselves for the betterment of the society is our motto, NSS CRCE along with the staff of renowned Holy Family Hospital (Bandra West) were successful in organizing a Blood Donation Campaing on 28th January ,2020 . The Drive received an overwhelming response from the students as well as the staff of our college. Donors of all blood groups donated their blood. Each donor was given snacks post donation. Certificates were provided to all the donors by the hospital. Donors with rare blood group were given a special gift. Enough amount of blood was collected and the hospital staff as well as the donors went home happy faces!
Terrace Garden Project
Plantations of trees is important as they improve the life and fulfil essential needs of mankind. During photosynthesis, the trees breakdown food materials and consume carbon dioxide. Resultantly with the help of sunlight, the trees produce carbohydrates. Moreover, trees support life by providing habitat to different species such as squirrels, bees and birds. Trees cleanse the climate by absorbing carbon dioxide from the environment and releasing oxygen. The trees cool the environment through their leaves by absorbing the sun heat. Thus, there occurs cooling in the atmosphere. The trees provide shades to houses and streets
Happy Hours Stall
NSS CRCE organized a workshop “HAPPY HOURS” in collaboration with CEREBRAL PALSY ASSOCIATION OF INDIA(CPAI) in the college premises of Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering, Mumbai. Cerebral Palsy Association of India and it’s unit Happy Hours Workshop for P.D.A’s(People with Different Abilities) was initiated in the Year 1968, by a set of dedicated parents of individuals with special needs. The aim was SERVING COMMUNITY, ENRICHING LIFE. Housed in bright and airy premises with large comfortable classrooms and activity areas, the workshop is student’s delight. A
No Smoking Pledge
NSS unit of Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering took this initiative to make all students pledge for no smoking and made posters and slogans to be showcased on corridors. Pledge which is I xyz promise to not smoke or use any tobacco products now and forever. In addition, I will always try to stay away from secondhand smoke, which is a danger to my health. I will do my best to encourage people who do smoke or use tobacco products, and will do my best to support them as they try to quit.
Misson Blue Seminar
United way mumbai is a renowned organization which started mission blue project in which awareness about ocean and marine life was given and how we can contribute for well beingMost life forms evolved initially in marine habitats. By volume, oceans provide about 90 percent of the living space on the planet. The earliest vertebrates appeared in the form of fish, which live exclusively in water. Some of these evolved into amphibians which spend portions of their lives in water and portions on land. Other fish evolved into land mammals and subsequently returned to the ocean as seals, dolphins or whales.
Self Defence Workshop
Fr Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering conducted self defence workshop organized by the NSS council in college. The event took place at the college auditorium, 1:00 pm onwards. The event started with welcoming the guest by the president of NSS council and the workshop started with instructor showing several videos and explaining the importance of self defence. After watching several videos, the actual workshop started with giving them hand on experience of the defence techniques. The instructor explained about the basics of self defence and when to use them.
As this novel corona virus was just in news nss unit of Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College took an initative of making people aware about it symptoms, how to prevent from it and what is it . We spread this awareness by making posters creating message and posting on social media platforms.
Walk For Freedom
The Walk for Freedom is a silent walk where participants pledge to help end human trafficking in their lifetimes, and walk single file in a public place holding placards about the reality of human trafficking that raises awareness among the watching public. Globally, the Walk is organised by A21, an international NGO which is engaged in the fight against modern-day slavery. Here in India, a volunteer mobilisation platform based in Mumbai called The Movement India has collaborated with A21, who have together partnered with 47 colleges, corporates and NGOs across the country to organise the silent Walk at public spaces in Chennai and nine other cities.8.