ST. WILFRED COLLEGE FOR GIRLS

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Extension Activities

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Extension Activities

St. Wilfred’s College for Girls has actively engaged in extension activities in the neighbourhood community over the last five years. The College organizes extension activities through Cultural Activity Cell, NSS, NCC and RRC unit. These activities have a significant impact on sensitizing students to social issues, promoting their holistic development and fostering a sense of responsibility towards the community. Through a diverse range of initiatives and activities, the college has successfully created a positive impact on both the students and the neighbourhood community as mentioned below:

  • World Human Rights Day Celebration event aimed to raise awareness about human rights issues and promote equality and justice in society which sensitized them to various social injustices and encouraged them to become advocates for human rights. 
  • The Blood Donation Camp organized by the college played a vital role in addressing the shortage of blood in hospitals. This initiative sensitized the students to the importance of voluntary blood donation and instilled in them a sense of altruism and social responsibility.
  • World AIDS Day Program, where the students actively spread awareness about HIV/AIDS prevention and support for individuals affected by the disease. This initiative helped reduce the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS and promoted compassion and understanding among the students.
  • The Republic Day Celebration at St. Wilfred’s College for Girls fostered a sense of patriotism and respect for the Indian Constitution and democratic values encouraging active citizenship and participation in nation-building.
  • National Unity Day, emphasizing the importance of unity and integrity in a diverse society. Through activities and events, the students actively promoted national integration by celebrating the diversity of India. Anandam Day Celebration focused on spreading joy and happiness among underprivileged individuals. This initiative not only brought smiles to the faces of the less fortunate but also sensitized the students to the challenges faced by marginalized communities and the importance of giving back to society. 
  • The College actively participated in the Gramin Olympic Games, promoting sportsmanship and providing students with opportunities to showcase their talents and represent the institution. These games not only contributed to the physical well-being of the students but also instilled values of discipline, teamwork and healthy competition.
  • Throughout the years, the college organized various activities aligned with important days such as World Mental Health Day, World Environment Day, Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsava, World Food Day, and more.
  • Various cultural festivals like Eid, Basant Panchami, Holi, Diwali, Lohri, Christmas, Raksha Bandhan, Krishna Janmashtami, Teej and Hindi Diwas are celebrated with enthusiasm. These initiatives contributed to the students’ overall development, fostering their talents, knowledge and skills. 

In conclusion, St. Wilfred’s College for Girls has successfully implemented a wide range of extension activities in the neighborhood community over the past five years.