Social Outreach Programmes

Social Outreach Programme
Date: 23rd AUGUST 2019
Department: Computer Science [UG]
Class and No of Beneficiaries attended: III- Sem BCA [ANL] D (58 students)
Venue: HOLY FAMILY OF FAITH, Bengaluru
Time: 1:45 PM to 4:30PM
Faculty In Charge: Dr. G. Jasmine Beulah and Dr.A. Dalvin Vinoth Kumar
Introduction
“Family isn’t about blood it’s about who is willing to hold your hand when you need it is the most”
As we know the most terrible poverty is loneliness, and the feeling of being unloved, our visit to HOLY FAMILY OF FAITH was to reduce this loneliness and bring some happiness and joy in the faces and forget sorrows of not having their loved ones around them, at least for time being. There were about 70 inmates in the home. All of them were in the age group of 50 and above. They are all financially and physically dependent on their family or on charity. Not only they are deprived of love but also simple basic amenities of life such as food, healthcare, soaps, other groceries etc. They need empathy more than sympathy. Not everyone’s physical condition was good. They need action and also require help from people like us. It has been few years since the institution has taken the great responsibility, elderly women of different age groups and different places are living in the home.

Our Experience
It was an opportunity for us the students to share the joy and peace with the old people. The students were able to learn more about true life, sharing and loneliness and the feeling of helpless. We started off at 1:40 pm and reached the home by 2.00 pm. They had just completed with their regular small nap. The place was very hygienic and comfortable. However, all of them were lonely and carving for love and affections. In the beginning we interacted with the people personally over there, shared our love and thoughts. Some of them even broke into tears. They seemed to be very happy when people talked to them and showed care and affection towards them. We started off with the welcome speech carried on with the group song to cheer them up. They were all motivated and happier to see us performing. Meanwhile, other students spoke to the gentle women who were physically unable to come down stairs and involve themselves in the program. Later there was a small balloon activity lined up for them. This rejuvenated their drooping spirit and filled the old hearts with joy and content. Soon later there was dazzling dance performance made up for them by the girls. Next there was a game lined up for them called dumb charades, that we played opened the invaluable treasure of old evergreen movies, and songs treasured by the grannies. A grandma of age 68-70 with lots of enthusiasm sang a kannada song and entertained the whole crowd. At the end of this irreplaceable journey everyone danced to their full potential, and captured few pictures, making the get-together a magnificent memory.

Overview
This experience was definitely an eye opener for each one of us as college students. The BCA analytics students are so blessed and lucky to be a part of this wonderful programme and would be extremely glad for more opportunities like this. The experience helped the students learn about the life of people, and the difficulties of old age.


Social Outreach Programme
Date: 19/08/2019
Department: Computer Science [UG]
Class and No of Beneficiaries attended: III- Sem BCA – C (54 students)
Venue: Holy Family Home for the Aged, Bengaluru
Time: 1:45PM to 4:30PM
Faculty In Charge: Dr. Anthony Vincent. B and Prof. Sowmya
Introduction
“The most terrible poverty is loneliness, and the feeling of being unloved.”
Holy Family Home for the Aged is a place for the poor and the homeless. Amongst the people were those abandoned by families, those with irreconcilable and intractable family problems, those brought in by families for professional care and others picked up around the town. Presently, 60 elderly women who were taken care by St. Anne’s nuns. Department of Computer Science, III BCA – C visited the place and provided them the basic amenities like groceries, food and healthcare. Some of them including the elderly and physically or mentally challenging have been abandoned families and society.

Our Experience
We started off at 1:45 pm and reached there by 2.30 pm. The place had people of elderly aged women’s. Students performed the dance and signing to the people in home and interacted with the people over there especially with the women who were not able to walk. They seemed to be very happy when people talked to them and showed care and affection towards them.

St. Anne’s sister were very happy for the institution and the students who came interact and entertain the home. Sister also conveyed that appreciation to the institute for taking the initiation. She went on to say that the place was facing a shortage of things because the number of people there had outnumbered the maximum limit.

Sorrow & pity was filled in our minds, seeing their disabilities made us feel ever so grateful about the lives we had & also how we shouldn’t take any moments for granted. We engaged them in activities such as singing & dancing. Though we were strangers to them, but we made sure we give love as a family. The experience for us was humbling, as we have seen people who have nothing, still able to smile and on the other hand we students always seem to find things to complain in our lives.

Respons
At first, it wasn’t so easy to get them to interact with all of us. We also had a small entertainment programme presented to them. And towards the end, we were surprised to see many of them dancing with us even calling out our students to dance with them. Later they sang songs and got comfortable with everyone. All of them were happy and excited to see the students visiting them and helping them in every way we could. We asked them to share some of their experience with us and they spoke very emotionally to it. Before we left, we gifted them and took many pictures. As we left, they asked us to visit them once again. They all were very happy about the visit made by us.

Overview
This experience was definitely an eye opener for each one of us as college students. We the BCA students are so blessed and lucky to have been a part of this wonderful programme. And would be extremely glad for more opportunities like this. This experience helped us learn so much about the life of those people, and the difficulties they face in such an age.


Social Outreach Programme
Date: 19/08/2019
Department: Computer Science[UG]
Class: III-Sem BCA B
No. of Beneficiaries attended: 48 students
Venue: HOME OF FAITH CHARITABLE TRUST, Kothanur, Bengaluru
Time: 1:45PM to 4:30PM
Faculty In-Charge: Prof. Ayshwarya Baburan & Prof. Shivakumar
Introduction
“The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread.”
Home of Faith Charitable Trust is a non-governmental organization found in 2007. They have 54 students and 6 staff members. It is a charitable trust mainly for abandoned children. It is a committee which focuses on rescuing especially children who are under privileged, downtrend, orphans, socially mislead and are suffering due to forced child labor.

Our Experience
We started off at 1:45 pm and reached there by 2:15 pm. The place had children of all age groups. We started off by explaining to them our purpose of visit.

Overview
The session in total was very productive. The thought of having made someone happy, made the day for us. We feel happy about having given this opportunity. We look forward to many more opportunities like these in the future.


Social Outreach Programme
Date: 16/08/2019
Department: Computer Science[UG]
Class: III BCA [A]
Venue: Alamba Charitable Trust, Byrathi, Bengaluru -560077
Time: 1:45 p.m to 4:30 p.m
Faculty In Charge: Prof. Sandhya Soman & Dr.VS Prakash
Introduction
Alamba Charitable Trust was established in the year 2004 and Kristu Jayanti College has been working with them for past seven years. Alamba Trust took up a challenging venture to give an orientation, relief from abandoned, hope for a better future for the youth who are physically challenged & Speech and Hearing impaired.

Our Experience
We the students from bca [A] went there at 2 p.m. headed by Prof. Sandhya Soman and Prof. Prakash. Firstly we all were welcomed by them and it was followed by a felicitation from the volunteer of the trust.We had prepared some activities and some fun events for them which included dancing and singing. Even it was really overwhelming to see them performing for us. We were further divided into groups and were able to interact with them in person which was a great learning experience .It was not just an NGO visit, it was more of great new beautiful learning experience for we students, which helped us to grow and know that despite all the challenges they have in them, they never stopped but then face the challenges and overcome it. At last as a token of love from us, we handed over the items bought for them

The visit was a great experience and we got to know that inspite of all the challenges faced by them, they still know how to turn their weaknesses into their biggest strengths.

Overview
This experience was definitely an eye opener for each one of us as college pupils. We the BCA students are so blessed and lucky to have been a part of this wonderful programme. This experience helped us learn so much about the life of those people, and the difficulties they face in their life.

Social Outreach Programme
Date: 18/09/2018
Class & No. of Beneficiaries: III BCA ‘A’ & Beneficiaries: 183
Places/Industry Visited: Association of People with Disabilities 6th cross, Hutchins Road, Off Hennur Road, Lingarajapuram, St. Thomas Town Post,Bangalore-560084
Name and details of any external agencies/contacts involved: N/A
• The main objective of SOP is to understand the various intervention levels and the ostracized undergoing fundamental development of them within the abilities of students in their physical or psychological needs.
• To sensitize students about the realities of the society and to develop people oriented attitudes and concern for others.
The students visited “Association of People with Disabilities” which is in Hutchins road, Bangalore. The program started with the brief explanation from Mr. Mansoor & Mrs. Manjula, which helped us to know more about the activities and the working of the organization. This made the students to understand their purpose and all the work they do Students also visited students got a chance to interact with the various intervention level of people. Student got the chance to visit manufacturing unit of various artificial legs and hands are made, which was done by the disability people who are living and working in the same organization. Students also signed and provided there details to their organization for helping the blind students and physically challenged during their exams.


Social Outreach Programme
Date: 14/09/2018
Class & No. of Beneficiaries: III BCA ‘C’ & Beneficiaries: 55
Places/Industry Visited: Association of People with Disabilities 6th cross, Hutchins Road, Off Hennur Road, Lingarajapuram, St. Thomas Town Post, Bangalore-560084
Name and details of any external agencies/contacts involved: N/A
• The main objective of SOP is to understand the various intervention levels and the ostracized undergoing fundamental development of them within the abilities of students in their physical or psychological needs.
• To sensitize students about the realities of the society and to develop people oriented attitudes and concern for others.
The students visited “Association of People with Disabilities” which is in Hutchins road, Bangalore. The program started with the brief explanation from Mr. Mansoor & Mrs. Manjula, which helped us to know more about the activities and the working of the organization. This made the students to understand their purpose and all the work they do Students also visited students got a chance to interact with the various intervention level of people. Student got the chance to visit manufacturing unit of various artificial legs and hands are made, which was done by the disability people who are living and working in the same organization. Students also signed and provided there details to their organization for helping the blind students and physically challenged during their exams.

We had lot of activities which was led by Mrs. Usha (who was also a proud mentor of Mr. Mansoor). The game which we played was almost similar to Chinese Whisper which made us enjoy thoroughly after which we left the place around 4:00 p.m. reached back to our college by 4:30 pm with lot of unforgettable memories.


Social Outreach Programme
Date: 11-09-2018
Class & No. of students: 57
Place Visited: Home of faith charitable trust Kuvempu Layout, Bengaluru
Name and details of any external agencies/contacts involved:-
The students have expressed gratitude to the College and thanked the Management, Principal and the Professor-in-Charge for having conducted such a programme for them. The students were touched by the plight of the orphans, underprivileged and people belongs to the marginalized sections of the society. Through the programme students have realized how fortunate they are with the necessities and comforts of life.
Learning Outcome:
The awareness and realization of the students from the outreach programme is evident from their report in which some of them said:
• “I learned to have patience, be open minded, be loving & caring and a good listener”
• “ The happiness and self- satisfaction which I gained in this outreach programme was
• much more than my own real success’
• “ I have realized not to take education for granted and that there are many children in
• the world who are deprived of it”
• “I have realized the worth and importance of preserving and saving our environment”
• I realized how much our parents do for us in every walk of life. I came home and
• asked for forgiveness from my parents for all the wrongs that I have done against them”


Social Outreach Programme
Date: 04-09-2018
Class & No. of students: 57
No.Of.Beneficaries: 30
Place Visited:
Home of Faith Charitable Trust. Kuvembu Layout, Bangalore
Name and details of any external agencies/contacts involved: NIL
It was a very good experience to visit the people present who are orphaned. It was a pleasure spending time with them and understanding their situations. Each student had an opportunity to interact with the people present in the home. We conducted some entertaining programs. The children present at the home began to interact with us in all the activities. Finally we assembled at the lobby, one of the In-charge person present at the home expressed his views about the people lives in the home and he said how they built the home .He spoke about their personal experiences with them and their difficulties that they face in their day to day life. The people in the home felt happy regarding to our visit. The social outreach program gives us good experience and made us a social responsible person.
Learning Outcome:
 The social outreach program gives good experience and made the students as a social responsible person.
 Broad Integrative Knowledge
 To inspire hope and action and encourage networking among youth and the larger community.
 To promote the participation of young People.
 To provide life planning skills to young people.

Visit to the Home of Hope
The students of III semester B.Sc. (CsME/CsMS), department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College visited the Home of Hope on August 16, 2017. Students visited the home of hopes with few snacks and refreshments and had a video briefing session related to the home and its activities. Students had an interaction with the physically/mentally challenged people of the home and a few entertainment programs were arranged by the students.

Visit to the Holy Family Home
The students of III semester BCA - D, department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College visited the Holy Family Home, Veerannapalya, Nagavara on September 14, 2017.

To enrich the interactions, student volunteers had a few fun-filled performances and various activities to entertain the elderly and establish a sense of joy among them. The activities and performances included singing in various languages, dance performance, skits meant for the purpose of recreation among few others.

At the same time, many students indulged themselves in conversations with the host audience to imbibe a sense of care and understanding and empathize with them. The conversations gave both the students and the hosts a sense of oneness and belongingness.

Visit to the Home of Hope
The students of III semester BCA - C, department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College visited the Home of Hope on August 24, 2017.

The programme started off with a small video presentation, which helped the students to understand their purpose and all the work they do and then students got a chance to interact with the wonderful people living in ‘Home of Hope’. A gratifying time with nice people that served as an excellent social experience, to meet people whom the students would never get a chance to interact with in the real world. Then students got a chance to serve food to inmates.

Visit to the Alamba Charitable Trust
The students of III semester BCA - A, department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College visited the Alamba Charitable Trust, Byrathi Village, Doddagubbi, Bangalore on August 1, 2017.

Mr. Xavier, Ms. Rita and Mr. Nagesh provided an overview of the activities of Alamba Charitable Trust. The Trust basically empowers the youth with impairment by training them in retail industry, hospitality and BPO.

Students were divided into groups and they were allowed to interact with the beneficiaries and spend time with them. Students entertained the inmates with their musical and dance performances and also conducted few games.

NGO Visit: Morning Star
The students of III semester BCA - B, department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College visited the Morning Star, Chagalatti Village, Bagalur, Bangalore on August 18, 2017.

The students were greeted by children, some physically and mentally challenged people and some of the volunteers. Students brought food, groceries, stationary items, toys, etc., which we distributed amongst the children. The students played music and danced with the inmates and the children in the home.

NGO Visit: Thirumugha Ashram
The students of 3rd semester BCA - C, Kristu Jayanti College on August 19, 2016 visited Thrithva Ashram “Aakashathile Paravakal”, an old age home for women in Thanisandra, Bangalore.

Students of 3rd semester BCA ‘C’ have also extended their support to them by providing grocery items and the daily needs of them. Students conducted games and cultural events like dancing and singing to entertain the inmates of the Ashram.

NGO Visit: Thirumugha Ashram
The students of 3rd semester BCA - A, Kristu Jayanti College visited Thirumugha Ashram on August 17, 2016. The students contributed money and brought grocery items, vegetables, fruits, general medicines and T-Shirts to help the inmates in the ashram. Students conducted games and cultural events like dancing and singing to entertain the inmates of the Ashram.

BCA students Visit old age home for women
Thrithwa Ashram (Birds of the Air) was visited on September 3, 2015 by the students of III BCA A section, Department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore. The students started off with songs and then hosted different activities like passing the pillow and dance to the music etc.

II BCA students Visit old age home for women
Thrithwa Ashram (Birds of the Air) was visited on September 4, 2015 by the students of II BCA B section, Department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore.

The students donated rice bag, cooking oil, Atta, washing powder, tooth brush and biscuits to support their basic needs. Each student had an opportunity to interact with the inmates present in the ashram. The students conducted few entertaining programmes and performed dance and songs were sang in different languages. They also conducted games for the inmates present in the ashram.

III BCA students Visit old age home for women
Thrithwa Ashram (Birds of the Air) was visited on September 7, 2015 by the students of III BCA C section, Department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore.

The students along with the teachers Mr. Jayasheelan and Ms. Kalaiselvi supported the ashram by providing food items and toiletries. The students also took part in cultural programmes and conducted several games for the inmates. The inmates actively participated with the students in all the activities.

Visit to old age home for women
The students of 3rd semester B.Sc. (CSME) along with the faculty members Prof. Ann Mary Joyson and Prof. Rajesh Harikrishna visited Thrithva Ashram “Aakashathile Paravakal”, an old age home for women in Thanisandra, Bangalore on September 9, 2015.

The students contributed money and bought household items like rice, oil, sanitary items, sugar, salt, and other refreshments. The students organized cultural programmes for the students in the way of Songs and Dances. Various games were also organized for the recreation of the inmates.

Social Outreach programme
Students of III BCA from the department of Computer Science, KJC visited the Mission on charity (Mother Theresa) on September 29, 2014.

Students voluntarily sponsored groceries that were needed by the home and these inculcated values of charity and the joy of giving in them. Students conducted various programs to bring out a movement of happiness and joy in desperate lives of these old aged people. Programs conducted include dance performances, singing. This provided an opportunity to interact with the people who have seen the darkest part of life.

Visited Home of hope
As a part of the Social Outreach programme the students of III Semester BCA section ‘A’ and ‘B’ accompanied by the faculties Prof. Anthony Vincent and Prof. Kalaiselvi visited the Home of hope on September 25, 2014.

The basic commodities such as groceries, provisions, fruits, medicines and chocolates were contributed on the behalf of all the students. Home of Hope takes care of people suffering with Cancer, AIDS disabled children and orphans. The students organized cultural programs such as Dance and Music to entertain the people. The class was divided into groups of twenty and a video on the sufferings and the life of residents was displayed. The students interacted with all the people in “HOME OF HOPE”.

5th March 2014
The department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College had organized an orphanage camp at Infant Jesus Home on March 5, 2014. The students of 4th semester Computer Science Department and Life Science Department visited home and interacted with the children.

Moral values such as helping others, compassion, responsibility towards the society and empathy were reinforced among the students of Kristu Jayanti College.

Social outreach on March 06, 2014
The department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College had organized a visit to Ashalaya on March 6, 2014. The student of 4th semester BCA ‘C’ actively participated and spent time with the special needs children who are schooled at Ashalaya.

Ms. Benjimin of Ashalaya explained the role, functioning of the school and their special projects with the children.

Social outreach on March 05, 2014
The department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College had organized a visit to Ashalaya on March 5, 2014 for the IV BCA ‘A’. The students participated in the event by playing with the kids. They also distributed books and stationaries among the school children.

Visits an NGO: Little Sisters of the poor
The students of IV semester BCA ‘B’ of the department of Computer Science visited the ‘”Little Sisters of the poor” in Bangalore on March 5th 2014. The students were briefed about the institute and also bought stationaries and books for the school children.

Social Outreach Programme 2012
The students of IV BCA - C visited the Infant Jesus Children’s Home on March 13, 2013 as a part of Social Outreach Programme. Infant Jesus Children’s Home which provides shelter to more than 139 HIV infected children is located at Kothanur, Bangalore. This visit was organized by the Department of Computer Science.

The students spent 1 hour and 30 minutes interacting with the children and conducting games like musical chair, balloon bursting, passing the ball etc. and also gave away prizes for the winners - children.

A sizeable amount of Rs. 5000 which was collected with the contributions from the students was utilized to buy materials like books, pens, and other stationary items, biscuits, soaps and cleaning chemicals and a few more items and were distributed to the children by the students.

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