On 21st January 2017, PCER Panvel invited Panchdeep Sankul’s Balgram, children’ home from Khanda Colony to the Community Service Day celebration. The children were treated to a sumptuous meal followed by a session on best out of waste.
Community Service Programme from October to December 2016 was conducted by the First year B.Ed. student teacher in slums near Trifed Tower, Khanda Colony to teach basic Language skills and Mathematics. The children belonged to different age groups from 4 to 14 years and were a mix of school going and non-school going children.
PCERP along with Jyothi’s Care Centre, Kalamboli performed Flash Mob at CBD Belapur Railway Station on 13th February, 2016 to create awareness on use of condoms.
As per the tradition every year, this year too MES family celebrated its community service day along with talent show – Uber Rang 2016 on 23rd January, 2016 with full zest and fevour.
On Account of World Aids Day, a flash mob was conducted by the students of B.Ed. and M.Ed. on 4th December, 2015 at Panvel ST Bus Depot in collaboration with Jyothis Care Centre, Kamothe.
A well being initiative is taken by our college by conducting continuous sessions of Meditation for the student teachers, teachers and the non teaching staff. It aims to increase the concentration on work and to deliver quality work by zeroing the stress factor. The sessions are conducted by meditation experts from Sri Chandra Mission Ashram, New Panvel.
Community Service was conducted by the B.Ed. student teacher in slums near Trifed Tower, Kamothe to teach basic English and Mathematics. The children belonged to different age groups from 4 to 14 years. These children were a mix of school going and non-school going children. Session on health and hygiene and Sanitation were also conducted.
On 12th October 2015 we celebrated the Joy of Giving week and donated utility items like books, stationery, clothes, perishable items at ‘Immanuel Mercy Home’ near Chiple, New Panvel.
On the occasion of World AIDS Day on 1st December, 2015 student teachers of MES’ Pillai College of Education and Research, New Panvel presented a skit, “Chalo Karen Sachh ka Saamna” at AHF Jyoti’s Care Center, Kalamboli. Dressed in red and white the students put forth the message that a person who is HIV positive should not hide it from his family, should be regular in taking the Anti-Retrovirus treatment and should avoid transmitting the disease to other. The skit was well appreciated by the audience which comprised of patients and their families.
Community Service Day at Pillai campus which was held on 24th January, 2015.