1. UBA- Village Development Plan for Adopted Villages
UBA village development project was conducted on Saturday 10th October 2020; Faculty members from various departments participated and conducted survey on the Socio Economic need assessment Survey. The survey was conducted in order to understand the issues in the villages and to plan the development activities post the village survey.
The below are the villages where the survey was conducted:
2. UBA- Uniform Distribution to Adopted Villages
Date: 10th October 2020
The UBA team visited the adopted villages for distributing uniforms to government schools in the villages. The faculty members from various departments participated in this noble activity. As part of the UBA to develop the villages, an initiative was taken by providing the higher and primary students of Government schools with the uniforms. The students were overwhelmed to receive the amenities.
The villages visited are given below:
1. UBA- Campaign on Promoting the usage of Jute bags for waste disposal
In connection with UBA activity, an awareness campaign was conducted about the usage of jute bags for waste disposal in various villages like Kannamangala, Purushanahalli, Nagenahalli, Genjanahalli, Vadagere, Badhrapura on 9/10/19 at 8.30am. The main objective of this activity was to create awareness among people on the hazards of using plastic bags and to motivate them towards the use of fabric (cotton or jute) bags. In this regard, our NSS volunteers distributed jute bags to the village and encouraged them to use those bags for waste disposal. This programme benefitted about 850 families.
2. UBA- Baseline Household Survey in Adopted villages
Our college students conducted a survey in various adopted villages like Kannamangala, Purushanahalli, Nagenahalli, Genjanahalli, Vadagere, Badhrapura on 16/7/2019 at 9.00 am. A survey form was used to collect various details from the villagers like respondent details, their household infromation, their status of migration, awareness about various government schemes that would benefit them, availability and accessibility of resources and problems they are facing. Social mapping was also carried out where the volunteers figured out the various resources avaliable to the village residents and also made it available for the villagers to have a glance at it.Apart from these activities, our students prepared a case depicting the demographic factors of the villagers.