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Institutional Community Social Responsibility

Main objective of our department is to inculcate the social and moral values among the students. So that where ever our students go, they have a feel of social responsibility in their mind. College life is the most important period of every student, where he/she experiences N number of things. This is the time when we can develop a sense of social work and their responsibilities towards the society. Good society or environment can be created by sapling a root of ethical values among students, so that the upcoming generation can be grown in a good manner. At this stage students are of full energy and we try to utilize their energy in the welfare of society.


The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do.

-Kobe Bryant

By the Students, For the Students, From the Students.

Mrs. Neha Sharma
Department of ICSR/NSS
IPS Academy
Contact- 07314014553
Email- neha.sharma@ipsacademy.org

 

Furniture Distribution to Government school

ICSR/NSS Department of the academy has donated furniture to a Government school located near the campus. Our objective behind this donation is, If the government school students get such facilities that are in the private school then they too can move forward without any obstacle. Slowly we are going to adopt the school and help them in the upliftment of the students. It is the duty of every private institution to cooperate with the government organizations around it, the government helps us in many ways, so why not help their organizations. In government schools we can see that there are also N number of talented students, if private institutes come forward to help, they can make their career and become the face of society. We are working for the upliftment of society, our small efforts are bringing changes in the lives of such students.

 

Nukkad Natak

A Nukkad Natak was organized in a village nearby Sanwer by ICSR/NSS Department of IPS Academy on the occasion of World Day of Social Justice. In which it was told that at a young age, the studies of a girl are rescued and the burden of household chores is put on her. The main purpose of the Nukkad was to remove inequality, we support social inequalities, but people face gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture or disability when we try to remove those barriers. Even today, gender inequality is seen in many places which has an impact on the progress of the country. Inequalities in our country are weakening social cohesion. It is time to reduce inequalities globally. Along with this, the girls of Saraswati school were informed about the “Kill the Taboo” campaign related to menstruation.
 

Project Niswarth

Niswarth means “Selfless” – a moment of selflessness in a life full of selfishness. Goods that are not in use in the homes were collected by volunteers and distribution of these items in old age, helpless, disabled, disabled people ashrams and slums were being done.

For social work, we go to many places where the status of people is very pathetic, they are spending their lives in absence and there are many items in our house which are of no use but by collecting them At the end of the year, we decide which item is useful and which is unusable because your useless things can become useful to someone.

 

Birthday celebration with Visually Impaired kids

ICSR/NSS department celebrates 12th December, the Birthday of our Honorable President Ar. Achal Choudhary. We celebrated the Birthday with Visually Impaired Children. The theme of the program was “Man ki Ankho se”. The main motto to invite these children was to connect Ipsian with them and feel the inner beauty and see the world through the eyes of our hearts. Cake cutting ceremony was done with all the children. All the children enjoyed the program and some of them sang a song in joy and danced too. We wish all the best to all these children for their future.

 

Group discussion competition

ICSR/NSS department has organized Inter college group discussion competition, on the topic Role of Youth in Nation Building. Under which students from different colleges participated and discussed the nation whose youth has the pride of the past on its forehead, worries about the present and dreams of the future in the eyes, the nation definitely progresses. India is a country of youth, the need is just to give them the right direction. Students of other colleges of the city also expressed their views in this discussion and pledged to cooperate with the whole heart in the development of the nation. The first place in the competition was won by Maharaja Ranjit Singh College, second place was won by IPS Academy ISLE Department and third place was by St. Paul College students. The contestants were guided by Dr. Rushina Natu as the judge.

 

Children's Day Celebration

Children’s Day is celebrated in India to increase awareness of the rights, care, and education of children. It is held on 14 November every year as a tribute to India’s First Prime Minister, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, fondly known as ‘Chacha Nehru’ among children, he advocated for children to have fulfilled education. This year we celebrated Children’s day with villagers and oriented students about, good touch-bad touch, some basic Rights, Menstrual Hygiene (for girls), Non- violence, the importance of education, etc. to spread awareness.

 

Gyan Vistaar

Gyan Vyasar is a project under which IPS students provide coaching classes for free to the children of the nearby neighborhoods and the employees of the staff who cannot go to private tuition, this project does not only provide subject classes but also Common classes such as English, Mathematics, Dance, Drawing, and Life Sciences will also be set up. Under project Gyan Vistaar we are planning to open a Book Bank where some books for children will be kept. There is a lot of talent among the children of the township, we just need to provide them a platform. Similarly, many children are very good at reading, but due to many adverse circumstances like financial tightness, lack of information, etc., they are unable to progress further. It is our endeavor to become a foundation and shape the future of these children.

 

Project Ambhas

Ambhas is a Sanskrit word for ‘Water’. Ambhas is an initiative by ICSR/NSS department under which we run campaigns for Water conservation. Nowadays the water crisis is a big problem in society. Without water, none of the society can progress. There is an N number of examples in this world where due to lack of water, the whole society has migrated. Thus, for our community, we have to run such campaigns to spread awareness about water harvesting, water conservation, and to increase the level of groundwater. Project Ambhas was launched with My FM and its team and all the Ipsians have participated in the event. The main purpose behind including My FM was to announce in the city about the initiative we have taken and spread the message of water conservation and related issues.

 

Muskan

ICSR / NSS, IPS Academy, under the Silver Jubilee Year, organized Project Muskan, celebrating the Deepavali Festival with special children. Special children were invited to celebrate the festival. All those innocent children who are not capable  physically or whose financial condition is not right, why should they be deprived of this festival. Our effort is that we could spend a few moments of happiness with these children. God has made us capable, so why not take a few moments out for them.

 
 

Open Mic Session

On 15 October 2019, an Open mic session was organized by ICSR /NSS, IPS Academy. In which the students demonstrated their art in front of elderly people invited from old age homes, and entertained them and made them feel familiar. The theme of Open Mic was global warming and water conservation. The students gave the impression of reciting poetry, magic, old songs and how the legacy given by the elderly is unable to sustain this nature. The elderly present in the program felt joy and forgetting all their sorrows and also sang songs and danced in joy. This program gives a message of how the huge and rich roots of this society that is, our elders is an important part of our life. Department Head Neha Sharma believes that we do not have to go to the temples, our elders are messengers of God, they bless us and gave this beautiful environment to us, just not pollute it.

 

150th Birth Anniversary celebration of Mahatma Gandhi

2nd October is marked as the Birth Anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. On this occasion, ICSR, IPSA has conducted several activities like Awareness Rally, Poem reciting, Poster making, Blog writing, Essay writing, Singing of the song, Oath taking. The purpose behind the celebration of Gandhi Jayanti is to recall all the great movements Gandhi Ji has started, and spread non-violence and peace in society. Gandhi has started a clean India mission and we can see the effects in present India. This day is also known as World Peace Day.

 

Green campus, IPSA

ICSR, IPSA has conducted a green campus drive under which students have planted

Peepal plants. The main objective behind this drive is to make the IPSA campus more beautiful and eco-friendly. Every student has planted a sapling on campus, after a few years when they look back they will feel proud and happy. Because a single tree plays so many roles like it provides Oxygen, maintains the level of groundwater, provides shelter to many people and animals too. A green campus well-planned and well- managed, is more resilient, sustainable in terms of livelihood improvement. Increasing pollution decreases the availability of natural resources and also increases the frequency of climate changes. Urbanization is an invitation to a drastic change in the environment.  Growing large trees on campus will help it be more sustainable in terms of environment. Trees help in reducing carbon emissions by helping to conserve energy. Correct placement of trees around the campus can reduce the need for air conditioning by 30 percent also it will reduce the chances of winter heating bills.

 

NSS Day Celebration

On 24/09/2019, National Service Scheme Establishment Day was celebrated by IPS Academy and its volunteers. In which volunteers participated in various activities. This program was conducted entirely by the students themselves. On this day Blood Donation Camp was organized under which more than 100 Blood Units were donated by the students and staff. The students attended the speech and expressed their views about peace and freedom. Each student had their own opinion.

 

Ozone Day Depletion (International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer)

ICSR/IPSA has celebrated International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer on 16 September 2019. Students got to know about this day and also we showed a documentary.  December 19, 2000, the United Nations General Assembly designated the day in remembrance of the date in 1987 when nations signed the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer. The ozone layer, a delicate layer of gas, shields the Earth from the harmful rays of the sun. Students got to know about their depletion and prevention. 20 Minutes documentary was shown to students and then Quiz was organized. Students enjoyed this day and learned some new things.

 

Seed Bomb-making workshop

On the occasion of Ganesh Visarjan ICSR, IPSA organized a workshop under which students were taught to make seed bombs. The workshop started with Eco-Friendly Ganesh Visarjan, Ganesha idols were also made by the students on 30 August 2019. Basically Seed bombs are little nuggets of clay, compost, and native seeds that you throw at the ground. Seed bombs are an easy and sustainable way to cultivate plants in a way that provides a larger window of time when the sowing can occur. They also are a convenient dispersal mechanism for guerrilla gardeners and people with achy backs.

 

Workshop on Eco-Friendly Ganesha

 

Eco friendly Ganesha Idol making workshop was conducted by ICSR, IPSA, on 30 August 2019. Many students and faculties (various departments) participated in the workshop. Seeds were inserted  in idols. According to Neha Sharma, CSR Officer- The idea behind was to get a ready sapling once the festival is over and the idol is immersed.

It served a dual purpose in environment protection Eco friendly Ganesha doesn’t use chemical, clay is recycled, seeds are planted, river remains clean and the earth will be greener.

Plantation in Janapav Hills and Krapalay Old Age home.

Plantation drive was conducted by ICSR with SOC volunteers. This drive was conducted at Janapav Hills and Krapalay Old Age home Mhow, under which volunteers planted saplings of Paras Peepal. Under the guidance of Neha Shrama CSR Officer, volunteers actively participated and came closer to the nature. IPSA volunteers enjoyed doing this social cause and learnt some new facts about Jungle and old age home.

 

Sadbhavna Diwas

Every year on 20 August, the birth anniversary of our late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi is celebrated as Sadbhavana Day. Paying tribute to his memory and legacy, close family members and all concerned departments pay floral tributes and garlands at the Veer Bhumi where he was cremated. In English, ‘Sadbhavna’ means harmony and real. Shri Rajiv Gandhi, as the youngest Prime Minister of the country, tried to promote communal harmony, peace and national integrity within India and was known as the Goodwill Ambassador of the world. Being young, his thought process was modern and he dreamed of a developed nation through many national and international projects.

 

Collaboration of ICSR, IPSA with Robinhood Army.

 

A drive was conducted by Robinhood Army (NPO) on 11th August 2019 for underprivileged kids of different slums of Indore area. This drive was conducted for the auspicious occasion of “Independence Day”. Vegetable Pulav for 500 kids was sponsored by ICSR team of IPSA. CSR officer, Neha Sharma became One day Robin and contributed in the drive

PCSR – IPS Academy celebrated Deepawali with underprivileged children.

CLEAN IPS, GREEN IPS

3 DAYS ECO FRIENDLY GANESHA WORKSHOP ORGANIZED By ICSR. 236 IPS STUDENTS PARTICIPATED

IPS Academy Joined Vidhya Daan

A delegation headed by Mr. Rajiv Shukla Director-CMG, Mr. Jai Singh Rana-ICSR Head, Mrs. Alka Saxena –Cultural Head , faculties and 30 IPS Academy students were invited & chaired by  Mr. Sanjay Dubey Commissioner Indore Division at Moti Bunglow Indore.  IPS Academy students registered  as volunteers for  educating children in government run schools, up to standard 8th, for a minimum committed time of 2 hours per week, contributing education to the society through imparting education in Project Vidhya Daan by Govt of Madhya Pradesh.

Ar. Achal K Choudhary, President-IPS Group of Institutions has appealed to IPS Academy students to registered themselves as Vidhya Daan volunteer at   ICSR – IPS Academy , Central Placement Cell.

ICSR Bal Mitra 2016

DIWALI CELEBRATION WITH ICSR BAAL MITRA 2015

About Us

By the Students, For the Students, From the Students.

Mrs. Neha Sharma
Department of ICSR/NSS
IPS Academy
Contact- 07314014553
Email- neha.sharma@ipsacademy.org

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