Thursday, 26 February 2015

Gandhi Jayanthi  "Youth For Truth"

Me & My Profession......Inspired by German Ganeshan

"Twenty years from now It won't matter What kind of car I drove What kind of house I lived in How much money I had in the bank Nor what my clothes looked like BUT The world may be a little better Because, I could make a difference In the life of a student who was willing to learn from me and whom I had the privilege to teach."


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Sevabharathi Award at New Delhi on 11 Aug 2016

Kum.Sunidhi Reddy participated in International Youth Exchange Program to CHINA
Minister of State Parliamentary Affairs and Statistics(Left side 4)

Appreciation by Mrs.Indira Wife of Osmania University  Vice chancellor  Prof.S.Ramchandran on University  Youth Festival at faculty Club on 7 Feb 2018.

Felicitation in Training of Training program _ State Level Nss Po program at Anurag Eng College . The chief guest were Regional Director NSS Gokula Krishna NYK Vice Chairman Shekar Ji and Nss State Officer Vishnudev garu

Bagged best Appreciation Medal from American Telangana Association on 5K Run (for coordinating the event) ATA-Telangana Gets Into Asia Book Of Records and India Book of Records

Another Appreciatation on National Youth Day Govt of Telangana Aids Control Authority,State NSS Lision Officer

Another appreciation from NYK Sri.Venkateshwarlu & Principal Sir on State Level Program on Cash Less Transaction and Patratasium & National Building at Aurora

Another felicitation from In-charge Director Atri Engineering College....for Motivating NSS Volunteers on 24 Dec 2016

Another appreciation on National Consumer Day celebrations at Aurora by Smt.B.Bala Mayadevi, I.A.S Chief Rationing Officer,Govt of Telangana, District Supply Officer Sri.Rathode Garu and Chandrasekhar, President, District Consumer Information Center

            Mr.Uday Kumar Reddy won State best NSS Volunteer(Left side 6)

Sunidhi Reddy BCom Honors IIIYear bagged NSS State Award(Only One Volunteer from OU).Chief Guest Osmania University Vice Chancellor Prof.S.Ramachandran,JNTU Vice Chancellor Prof.P.Padmavathi,Regional Director Sri.Gokula Krishna garu,NSS State Lision Officer Prof.K.Satyanarayana Garu and OU NSS Coordinator Dr.P.Vishnu Dev garu)

Mr.Pramod Kumar won the State Award in Painting


Appreciation on World Blood Donors Day

Felicitation on International Youth Day by Prof.Gopal Reddy OOSD to VC,Osmania University

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Greetings from Bridgeofhopes!

I have portal by name in a view to uplift the financially deprived students with talent and creativity. I have started this in 2012 with various NSS activities, by going into the student community and helping them in various ways to support them with in my financial capabilities.

Over the period, I realized that it has given me not only an immense pleasure but also self-satisfaction in life. But in the process, I have also realized that it is a mammoth effort to be taken all by myself. Being a Sr.Asst. Professor myself, I found out that there is a lot of unleashed talent and creativity not only among the students who are directly under me and also whom I have come across during my social activity endeavors.

It has given me heart ache to see that these students are having such a high potential but devoid of resources. They being at cross-roads is a vulnerable period for them, if not directed in the right path could end up with negative attitude and approach towards life.

It is evident that there are so many students both from the institute I am serving and the students whom I met during the social activities are very enthusiastic and showed lot of hope in my these little thoughts of mine and supported me in various ways in their own possible ways.

During this process, there were lot of suggestions not only from the students but also from like-minded colleagues & friends and we have come up with an objective,    “TO BRING LEARNING TO STUDENTS INSTEAD OF STUDENTS TO LEARNING”.

The aim of this objective is to bring forth talents that remained untapped in the potential students who are talented but unable to sustain and further their talents due to financial hurdles.To make our dreams of uplifting the society and as well the dreams of the students who are talented but vulnerable, we wanted to start adopting the schools which are orphaned financially. We have come up with an idea to start “EXPRESS YOURSELF” competition in these schools to bring out the various talents among the students and then support them financially in developing their skills by providing proper streamlined trainings in their individual talents and nurture them to be professionals and productive Indians.

We are doing our best with the well-wishers and like-minded Samaritans, but we understood that it is not enough to meet the needs of the competitions and the service we wanted to start. Hence, we are looking forward for people like you who can be a part of this “BRIDGE OF HOPES” project by supporting and contributing and share the joy of giving with us.

We understand that you might already been doing social service at your own level and your own capacity, but as the saying goes EVERY DROP MATTERS, we appreciate your kindness how much ever it may be in making the dreams of these talented yet deprived students true.

Since this portal is widely appreciated by individuals and also by Google AdSense, we would be very happy to show our gratitude for your Samaritan soul by acknowledging you or your firm through our portal

Thank you once again and welcome you to our family of BRIDGE OF HOPES

Best wishes
CD Malleshwar
Senior Asst. Professor & NSS Program Officer
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NSS Activities - Academic year 2012-13


NSS Events

NSS orientation Program
16th October 2012
College Clean & Green
23rdOctober 2012
A visit to o Vatsalya Orphanage Home
29th October 2012
A visit to Aleti  Atom
04th November 2012
Volunteering Vastlaya Orphan Home Annual Day
11th November 2012
Children Day Celebration with NSS OU Coordinator
14th November 2012
A visit to Neerakshana organizationngo for HIV/AIDS
29th November 2012
World Disable Day
3rd December 2012
Nutrition distribution at Nireekshana for HIV/AIDS
 4th December 2012
International Volunteers Day at Nireekshana
5th December 2012
Save Hussain Sagarby HMDC
7th December 2012
World Parliament & Spirituality Conference
16th to 22nd December 12
21st to 31 December 12
Youth For Seva
10th February 2013
OU University level youth festival
13th February 2013
State level Youth Festival
23rd to 25th Feb 2013.
Youth Leadership Two day programme
26th to  27th Feb 2013
world day against child labour 
1th June 2013
An awareness program on Gutka Ban by APSA
22nd June 2013

    On 16/10/2012 We have re-initiated NSS Unit I by Prof.Rama Krishna Garu Indira Gandhi National Award Winner in the college. More than 120 volunteers participated.Prof Rama Krishna Garu given the NSS awareness to the all NSS volunteers.

    College Clean and Green Day activities done on 23-Oct-2012.All NSS volunteers participated in the event. Cleaning of Campus, White Wash and plantation activity done in the college.

    On 29-10-2012 Our NSS volunteers went to Vatsalya Orphanage where one of the captains( Monika) birthday was celebrated there by  distributing Biscuits, Cakes, Pencils etc  to the children. More than 25 volunteers were participated in this event.

         On 04-11-11 Sunday, all NSS volunteers visited Aleti  Atom where more than 120 mentally retarded patients  were given shelter by Aleti Atom.  We distributed food to the patients.  We have done plantation and offered Gopuja there.  Few students’ parents also participated in this event.

  On 11-11-2012 Principal and few NSS & NCC volunteers distributed Books,Pencils,Pens and food pockets to blind and Orphan students at Babu Jagjeevan Ram Bhavan. All NSS,NCC and college students participated in this  events. This noble service was appreciated by many dignitaries presented over there. Like Gundu Hanumantha Rao,Sunitha singer and famous IAS trainer Akkila Raghavendra Rao.

      On 14-11-2012 Children’s Day was celebrated by distributing Books,Biscuits,Pencils etc by Prof.Rama Krishna Garu 
      NSS Coordinator OU and NSS volunteers at
      Orphan Home near Nagole.

      On Nov 29 with the help of Neerakshana organization which has been treating more than 100 aids patients per month since 1995 free of cost. The organization volunteers organized an Aids awareness program and they played a drama in college. More than 100 volunteers from NCC & NSS participated. On the same day VATSALYA Organization director given the certificates to NSS & NCC volunteers and one mementoes given to NSS coordinator Aurora and  one to college.

     On Dec 4th Bcom 1 B Regular students along with section incharge Sumalini madam and NSS volunteers distributed 5Kg Rice,1Kg Dal and 1 Ltr Oil pockets and cloths to more than 61 Aids patients. BCom Regular studnets even interacted with Aids children.This nutrition distribution was appreciated by Nireekshana director and chairman.

     On 05-12-2012 NSS  volunteers participated in International Volunteers Day Celebration at NIREEKSHANA organization. The event was organized by NIREEKSHANA. We met the Chairman and Director of the organization and they have given awareness of their program. Dr.Sujain and Chairman have given  interview and they have shown their activities at Nireekshana. Students were registered their names  and  promised that they will help the patients by doing different activities like nutrition distribution and giving awareness program near college slum areas.

        From December 16th to December 22nd Our NSS volunteers are participating in the  1st World Parliament & Spirituality Conference to be held at Gachibouli. In this event more than 50 countries delegate are participating.In this conference  hundreds of spiritual leaders and thousands of seekers are coming from more than 100 nations of the world. Our volunteers  will be coordinating those delegates.

Here is a request for each one of you who are practising the science and art of going within...please meditate on every day... but together with 10 million people on 21 Dec 2012 between 5pm to 6 pm IST, wherever you are in the world.

       From 21st December  to 31 December Our NSS volunteers participating in Prapancha Dhyana Maha Sabhalu  being held at World Largest Meditation Pyramid build at Kadthal village in Ranga Reddy Dist for Universal peace, Harmony, perfect Health and Blissful life to entire humanity.

As per the guidelines of the NSS Regional Centre, Government of India, State Liaison Cell, Higher Education Department and NSS Action Plan the NSS Cell, Osmania University is going to organize University Level NSS Youth Festival (1 day only) by involving selected NSS Volunteers under Osmania University jurisdiction. It held on
13-02-2013 at Andhra Mahila Sabha Arts & Science, OU Campus, Hyderabad.

The following are the events in the youth festival.

From NSS Aurora the following students participated
 Asish from          Bcom Hons 1st Year                          in Painting                
Ankitha                Bcom Hons 1st Year                          Group Dance
 Uday Kumar       MECS 1 A                                             Poetry
 Urma                  MECS 1 A                                             Singing

More than 125 volunteers participated in the youth festival.
Mr.Ashish won the 1st prize in painting
Mr.Uady won the Second Prize in Poetry
Ankitha selected the Group Dance

NSS Activities 2013-13-14

NSS Events
Page No
Rally Against Child Labor
12th June 2013
NSS Camp at Raviralla Village Mas Plantation
1st July 2013  to  7th July 2013
International Youth Day celebration  at RTC Kalabhavan
12th August  2013
Blood Donor Day  at Ravindra Bharathi
31st August 2013
NSS Day Celebration
24th  September 2013
Bathukamma Festival at Tank Bund.
12th October 2013
Kalakonda Camp by Aurora Degree College Students
24th Oct 2013 to  30th Oct 2013
Resource Person to  Satavahana University
7th November 2013
Go Green by Deloittee in Aurora Degree & PG College
29th November 2013
World's Aids Day Celebration at Lalitha Kala Thoranam
1st December 2013
Interacted with HIV effected children AT Nireekshana
3rd December 2013
Writing Exam for Blind Student by NSS Volunteers
9th December 2013
Resource Person to Osmania University
11th December 2014
NSS Camp at  Begampet Village by PG Students
18th Dec  to  24 Dec 2013
First Phase of Pulse Polio Program
19th January 2014
Pulse Polio Program at adopted village Begampet
19th January 2014
National Voters Day Celebration
25th January 2014
Laptop donated to Begampet Govt school
26th January 2014
University Level Youth Festival  at Osmania University
29th January 2014
Lepra’s Walk to Fight Leprosy 2014
2nd February 2014
Red Ribbon Club inaugurated by Gyanender Singh
5th February 2014
Youth For Sava Chiguru program
9th February 2014
National Youth Policy 2014 rally and function at Osmania University by VC
21st February 2014
Second Phase of Pulse Polio Program
23rd February 2014
Hindi Divas
20th September 2013

1)   Rally against Child Labor
On 10th June 2013 Labor Commissioner of Hyderabad was given an invitation to participate in Rally Against Child Labour.More than 35 NSS Volunteers had given their names to participate in this event.

On 12th June 2013 all 35 NSS volunteers assembled near Labor Department, RTC Cro Road. At 7.30AM all NSS volunteers collected T-Shirts and Caps. After that they assembled for the rally.

The rally was started at 8.00AM from Labour Department where labour commissioner was the chief guest.It went till Sundaraiah park.The intention of this program is to bring awareness about child labour in Hyderabad and expose how children being exploited at work places. It was flagged off by Labour Conditioner of Hyderabad Mr. Ashok.About 500 participants including children and volunteers from different organizations participated shouting slogans to ban the child labour.

2)   NSS Camp at Raviralla Village
There is enough in nature to meet the needs of all but not sufficient to satisfy the greed of the few.

Council for Green Revolution participated in the NGO Asia Expo Event held on 20th & 21st November 2012 at World Trade Centre, Mumbai. It was an assembly of India’s Strongest Socially Responsible, Brands, Corporations, their Foundations & NGO’s.

Council for Green revolution director Smt.Leelea Laxma Reddy approached us and requested to participate their Mass Plantation Program at 15 mandals near Ragna Reddy district.The same information shared with NSS Programme Officer OU Dr.Rama Krishna Garu and with his confirmation we agreed to do it as NSS Regular camp for seven days from 01-07-2013 to 07-07-2013 at Raviralla village near Ibrahimpatnam.

We started on Sunday 03-06-2013 at 2.00PM along with 50 volunteers and One Programme Officer.We reached Ravilla village by 3.30PM.We had a meeting with Director and they have given us the route map. We had our dinner and went to bed.

The accodamation for Girls arranged in Ashram and for boys they arranged near by Big hall.01-07-2013 all the students were batched and send for different schools along with kits. The first day was to give the awareness of the program to all the 15 mandals Govt schools. The CGR arranged different vehicle for groups.

On 4th July 2013 CGR and NSS Volunteers arranged  rally and meeting at Ibrahimapatnam.More than 800 children  participated in the event.

Our students divided into 15 batches and went to different mandals.
01-07-2013      -           Givining about awarnedd program & Programme Schedule.
02-07-2013      -           Orientation program & awareness about pits for plants.
03-07-2013      -           Getting the required plants from the school students.
04-07-2013     -           Rally organized at Ibrahimpatnam & launching mass plantation.
05-07-2013      -           Plants Distribution
06-07-2013      -           Plants Distribution
07-07-203        -           Back to Hyderbad.

3)   International Youth Day
A.P.State AIDS Control Society, Hyderabad Press Note On International Youth Day ¡V 2013 „] Countries across the globe celebrate International Youth Day on 12th August of every year to commend the contribution of youth to the betterment of the society and development of countries. „]
This year APSACS is celebrating International Youth Day 2013 with focus on ¡§Prevent HIV through Life Skill Education ¡V Save lives through Voluntary and Non-remunerative blood donation¡¨ „]      This year, utilizing this opportunity,

APSACS is spreading the message among the adolescents and youth on Life Skill Education, HIV prevention and Voluntary Blood Donation.

Life Skill Education will help students to acquire skills by which empower themselves in the process of development in their life. Moreover, the person, who is equipped with life skills, will be in a position to cope up with the pressures and can handle the situations that compel them to risky behaviors.

The theme of the year is also very appropriate to sensitize youth on the risks including STI/HIV infection under the influence of peer pressure and alcoholism during their period away from the families because of the migration. „]            Rally:

On this occasion APSACS would like to take rally with the support of Commissionerate of Collegiate Educations, NSS/NYKS and other stake holders from their respective institutions to the APSRTC Kalyana Mandapam, Bagh Lingampally-Hyderabad between 9 to 10 am on 12-08-2013. „]       Launch of Programs: AEP [Adolescent Education Programme], RRC [Red Ribbon Clubs] and NYKS [Nehru Yuva Kendra Sanghatan-out of school youth] „]            APSACS, in association with Department of School Education, Department of Collegiate Education and Nehru Yuka Kendra,launched these programs on 12th Aug.13. „]   Meeting: A huge Meeting is being organized in the auditorium of APSRTC Kalyana Mandapam, Baghlingampalli with students of High Schools and Degree colleges/NSS students and Youth, presided over by Project Director, APSACS, in which Commissioner of School Education, Commissioner of Collegiate Education,
Director of Youth Affairs, NYK zonal officers, NSS State Liaison Officer, NSS Programme Coordinator of Osmania University, NGOs are going to participate. „]

The programme is also graced by Smt. AMALA garu, famous film celebrity and social activist as Special Invitee. „]Special Ballet, Folk Songs and other cultural programmes are planned to be organized on this occasion to disseminate correct information on HIV/AIDS and Voluntary Blood Donation. „] 

Release of Educational Tele film CD: APSACS, in collaboration with SCERT is launching an Educational Tele film ¡§ Thelisee Theliyani Vayasu¡¨ on Adolescent Education Programme covering Life Skill Education for prevention of STIs/HIV and development of Life skills among students, in addition to other IEC materials like Posters, brochures etc. „]  Voluntary Blood Donation Camp: APSACS: A blood donation camp is being organized at the venue.

NSS Program Officer of Aurora’s Degree College has been felicitated with memento for their contribution social responsibilities towards society.

                                               4) Blood Donor Day
Hyderabad 14th June.2013: The World Blood Donor Day 2013 was observed at Hari Hara Kala Bhavan, Secunderabad in a befitting manner to respect the voluntary blood donors who repeatedly donated the blood for the needy and also to promote voluntary blood donation from the general community.
On 14th June.2013, the meeting was organized by APSACS in association with State Blood Transfusion Council, Hyderabad. As part of the programme, blood donation camp was inaugurated by Sri.C.Partha Sarathi, IAS, Project Director-APSACS which was organized by Indian Institute of Preventive Medicine, Narayanaguda in which 50 youth volunteers donated the blood.

Sri.C.Partha Sarathi, Project Director explained the significance of World Blood Donor Day giving the background of blood donation and the importance of Voluntary blood donation in saving the lives of people in medical emergencies. He shared that APSACS is striving to improve blood donation especially among youth through Red Ribbon Clubs across the state targeted for 8.5 lakh units. It is stressed to increase voluntary blood donation from 85% to 95%. The voluntary blood donors were praised for their humane service. Hundreds of students from various colleges including nursing colleges, representatives from several NGOs, good number of youth volunteers from Nehru Yuva Kendra and National Service Scheme participated in the meeting. Magic show and a ballet on blood donation were performed by Mr.Raghu and Ms.Ramya respectively before the meeting commenced and attracted the audience with them good performance with message.

The meeting was attended by Dr.S.Aruna Kumari, Director of Public Health & Family Welfare, Dr.B.Jayamma, Addl. Project Director, APSACS, Dr.Ramachandraiah, State Laison Officer, NSS, Dr.Partha Sarathi, Representative from Higher Education, Sri.Vaidhya Natha Rao, Deputy Director, NYKS. Prof. Ramakrishna, University Coordinator, NSS, Prof.Yesuratnam,NSS, NSS, NSS Coordinator-JNTU, Ms.Usha, Deputy Director, youth services Dr.Sujatha, Joint Director (Blood Safety), Sri Basaveswra Rao, Joint Director (IEC), APSACS.
The regular blood donors who donated blood more than 50 times were felicitated with shawls and certificates. Our NSS volunteers also have donated blood.

                                         5) NSS Day Celebration

On Sep 24 NSS DAY 15 NSS volunteers have been felicitated by NYK.  Mr.Yogender Chaudhry IRD advisor Competition Commission of India.(INDIAN REVENUE SERVICE) and MISHRA IAS Officer for Verification of Youth Clubs and Mahila Mandals in Hyderabad.(more than 900 clubs).Same report was submitted to Additional District Collector.This was the first time happened in NSS OU where NSS Program Officer was appointed as a Inspection Authority for verification of 800 Youth Clubs and Mahila Mandals in Hyderabad jurisdiction.

More than 25 volunteers have participated in the program.All the volunteers have spent their summer vacation under this program. The given areas were Secunderabad,Westmared Pally,Ameerpet,Khairatabad,Golkonda,Narayanaguda,Charminar.

This was an unique experience for all the volunteers.They came to know the benefits being given by the Govt of AP.Finally we have submitted the report to the Dist.Collector.

6) Bathukamma Festival

The spring festival celebrated in honour of goddess Gauri saw thousands of people flocking the streets of Tank Bund to take part in the celebrations. As folk dancers grooved to rhythmic drum beats, elegantly dressed ladies danced around Bathukamma — the flower stack — singing songs and clapping their hands.
Women across the Telangana districts participate by singing and dancing around the Bathukammas
The traditional Bathukamma, the festival of flowers, was celebrated with religious fervour and gaiety by women in various parts of Hyderabad.
Stated to be the biggest festival for women in the Telangana region, they participated in the festival by worshipping Goddess Gauri. The womenfolk, after decorating the Bathukamma by placing various varieties of flowers such as tangedu, gunugu, marigold, chrysanthemum, lotus, etc. on a conical platform, place Goddess Gauri.
Some of the women made Bathukammas of various shapes and sizes like a Shiva lingam, kalasham, Goddess Durga, and decorated and illuminated them by placing lamps. Dressed in their best attire and jewellery, they participated in the celebrations by singing songs by placing Bathukammas at a centre on Tankbund.
More than 45 NSS volunteers have coordinated the event.Each volunteers were  assigned few task.All the participants have been given participation certificates.Mr.Uday Kumar Reddy got the appreciation for his poetry.The minister of textiles  awarded a memento  to Mr.Uday Kumar.

   7) Report on NSS Special Camp from 24/10/2013 to 30/10/2013 at
Kalakond(Vill), Madgul(Mandal), Mahaboobnagar(Dist).

Aurora’sDegree & PG College

Program Officier:  K.Sekhar
Dept. of Statistics


The objectives of NSS camp are:
1.    Understanding the community in which they work.
2.    Understanding themselves about the relation to their community.
3.    Identifying the needs and problems of the community and involve themselves in problem solving process.
4.    Developing a sense of social and civil responsibility.
5.    Acquiring leadership qualities and democratic attitude.
6.    Practice national integration and social harmony.
7.    Developing competence required for group living and sharing responsibilities.

We had our camp at Z.P.H.S Kalakond(Vill), Madgul (Mandal), Mahaboobnagar(Dist). It was really a new experience. The camp site was different and had a positive atmosphere around it. Student volunteers were exposed to clean and fresh environment, which we lack in our city life. They got to learn new values and knowledge.
Every day’s schedule:

Day 1:
The faculty of Z.P.H.S received us in the afternoon time. Then followed by our lunch and we took some rest. At the time of 3.30pm student volunteers interacted with the students of Z.P.H.S and it was a good experience with the students.

Day 2:
The student volunteers cleaned the school premises and planted few saplings so as to support the environment. In the evening they have constructed a reservoir for the lake, the student volunteers participated actively.
Day 3:
The student volunteers cleaned the Durga Maata Temple surroundings and also cleaned Grampanchayat surroundings.
Day 4:
The student volunteers cleaned the Ganesh nagar colony and planted samplings along the road.
In the evening time, the student volunteers went to see the beauty of nature and the lake and played in the water.
Day 5:
The student volunteers went to the nearby cotton fields and helped the farmers by plucking the cotton. The farmers were very happy about the work done by students.
Day 6: The student volunteers cleaned the school ground and planted few saplings in the ground to save the environment.
At night we had a camp fire and students enjoyed a lot.
Day 7:
It was a closing ceremony, 3 guest speakers arrived and gave the speech about the social services and Mr. Madhav reddy- founder of Vandemataram foundation.

Not only this was our schedule, every day after the field work we had sports activity. The students participated in the sports and they played volleyball, cricket, kho-kho and they also had cultural activities during the night time.

The faculty of Z.P.H.S G. Mr. Rajavardhan reddy took care of our accommodation till our last day and Mr. Mallesh and Mr. Tanish- volunteers of Vandemataram foundation helped from day one  to the last day by every means.

List of the student volunteers during NSS camp Camp place: kalakond(vill)  Dates from 24-10-2013 to 30-10-2013.
 8) Resource Person to  Satavahana University

My name has been nominated by Andhra University as a resource person to Satavahana University where State Level NSS Training Program was conducted for one week.The training  program was scheduled from 1st November to November 7th .They called me  on 7th November and I went there and presented about NSS AURORA success stories. They have allotted 45 minutes time. I explained all the events which I have conducted at Aurora Degree College. Even I have shown some of the important videos.

All are appreciated my efforts. More than 100 Program Officers were present in the training program. Dr.Paul who is incharge for State Level Training Program Officer from Andhra University was appreciated my efforts and felicitated me after the program.

This is another milestone in the history of NSS Osmania University.I was the First person to be nominated by State Level Training Program as a Resource Person.I will be invited to all the Universities where ever the training sessions will be conducted.

9) Go Green by Deloittee
Objectives: To create awareness for the new generation in schools and colleges by inculcating in them. The activities will challenge them to think green and will build greening ambassadors of tomorrow.
College SPOCS
Pre Event Responsibilities
Team Size
      Green Campus - Case Study
AJAY SHINDE, Lohitha, Navya
Provide information about the competition to peers
Manage registration
Team of 3
Registration: Teams to fill in survey provided (Survey contains simple questions to answer)
Shortlisted teams will be intimated a week before the event. These teams has to present to the panel on Impact day
D. Mounika, Rana V P Singh
Provide information about the competition to peers
Manage registration to have first 10 teams
Team of 3 - First 10 teams
3 Rounds of Quiz and elimination of leaset scorers at every round
K. Satya Swaroop, K. Vaishnavi, Rohit Phakka
Conduct elimination rounds to select the top 10 teams (Team of 3 paticipant)
Team of 4 - First 10 teams
Theme will be provided on 22 Nov. Teams to prepare a Ad video, or live performance for 2 mins (Strict on time) and enact on the imapct day
Best of Waste
R. Parvathi srivani, Asifa fathima, K.n.k. Lakshmi lavanya
Conduct elimination rounds to select the top 12 teams (Team of 3 paticipants)
Team of 3 - First 12 teams
Registered teams to carry the   required material. Only minimum stationary will be provided. Time allocated for the event would be 30 mins.
N. Shailender, B. Niharika
First come First serve basis - First 20 registration
First 20 registrations
Theme will be given on the impact day. Chart papers, crayons, water colors will be provided.
Fun Activities
> Face painting
> Paperbag making
K. Vaishnavi, Vinay kumar, Roseline, Hema
Coordinate with Deloitte SPOCs in conducting the event on Nov 29, 2013
Open to all
Stalls will be installed evrywhere for the students to come and have face painting
Students can walk in and learn to make paper bag. Prepared bags can be carried by the students
Closing Ceremony
Roseline, Hema, N. Urmila, Pradeep, Fathima
Coordinate with Deloitte SPOCs in conducting the event on Nov 29, 2013
Prize distribution, closing remarks

Last Date of Registration
Final list of Participants
College SPOCS
Pre Event Responsibilities
Event Day Responsibilities
     Green Campus - Case Study
Top shortlisted entries will be informed by Nov 22, 2013
Provide information about the competition to peers
Manage registration
Making the arrangements at locations to conduct the event

Coordinate with Deloitte SPOCs in conducting the event on
Nov 29, 2013
All shortlisted teams have to present their solution on Nov 29, 2013
Provide information about the competition to peers
Manage registration
Conduct elimination rounds to select the top 10 teams (Team of 3participant)
       Best of Waste
Conduct elimination rounds to select the top 10 teams (Team of participant)
Conduct elimination rounds to select the top 15 participants
       Fun Activities
              > Face painting
              > Paperbag making
Coordinate with Deloitte SPOCs in conducting the event on Nov 29, 2013
     Closing Ceremony
Coordinate with Deloitte SPOCs in conducting the event on Nov 29, 2013

  1. On 29th Nov 2013 more than 50 Deloittee employees came to our college and organized the events. All the stduents of Aurora’s actively participated in all events. The chief Guest was the  Vice President of Deloittee Mr.Joy who gave away the prizes to the winners.He appreciated the efforts of NSS volunteers and gave mementos to College and NSS. All coordinators were given certificates.
  2.                                                     10) World Aids Day
    More than 35 NSS volunteers have participated on World Aids Day program. On the occasion of World AIDS Day-2013, the Andhra Pradesh State AIDS Control Society (APSACS) organized a rally from Nizam College grounds to Telugu Lalitha Kala Nilayam followed by a public meeting. 

    The rally was flagged off by the renowned film actor Dr.Rajendra Prasad. Dr.Buddhaprakash M Jyothi, Mission Director, NRHM has joined the rally. Around 5,000 persons participated in the rally followed by a meeting organized at Telugu Lalitha Kala Thoranam. The programme at Lalitha Kala Thoranam started with cultural activities followed by a meeting. L.V.Subrahmanyam Prasad, Principal Secretary, Health, Medical & Family Welfare presided the meeting. Ajay Sawhney, Principal Secretary, Health, Medical & Family Welfare, attended as the Chief Guest of the function.

    Addressing the meeting Dr B Kishore, Project Director-APSACS said that around 34 million people are infected with HIV in the world and 22 lakh people are infected in the country and 5 lakh people are living with HIV (PLHIV) in the state. He said that with the support of Government APSACS is working for prevention of HIV, treatment, care and support of infected persons and their families.

    LV Subrahmanyam said that from ancient times Indians were following four principles of Dharma, Purushartha kama mokshalu.

    The IEC material was released. Message oriented Folk songs. Dances by volunteers of Suraksha Society and Classical dance performances by Dr.Padmaja Reddy entertained the audiences. 
    V.V.Vinayak, the Well-known Director of Film Industry advised the young men and women to protect themselves from HIV.

    Aurora’s NSS Volunteers Mr.Uday Kumar Reddy along with NSS Program Officer was felicitated by a Actor Rajendra Prasad with a memento for their contribution on HIV/AIDS. Uday Kumar Reddy won the first prize on Aids awareness program held at  AMS Osmania University.     

11) Interacted with HIV effected children at Nireekshana

When Grace was pregnant with her second child, the hospital told her she had HIV. She was given no counselling or support, just left to deal with the news. She returned home devastated. Her family discovered her secret and disowned her, throwing her and her young son out into the street..

Now Grace lives in the slums of Hyderabad and begs for food. But she is like a shadow, her strength fading daily. She says to me, “What will become of my children? I do not know; I need to live.” 
ACET NIREEKSHANA IN INDIA – clinical and social care bring new hope
ACET Nireekshana means ‘hope’. And that’s just what husband and wife team Dr Sujai and Dr Lavanya Suneetha bring to their patients. They believe that even with HIV, it is possible for people to live full and productive lives.

They and their team run one main and two satellite outpatient clinics in the Hyderabad area of Andhra Pradesh, and treat over 1000 patients a month. ACET Nireekshana provides:
Clinical care and counselling: Treatment for opportunistic infections, counselling to newly diagnosed patients, and homebased visits for those that cannot reach the clinic. They also help those with HIV to obtain antiretroviral drugs that will prevent HIV from turning into AIDS.

Medical research: A team of PhD students led by the Suneethas undertake important research on HIV.

More than 60 NSS Volunteers and students of life science along with Hod and faculty members visited the Nireekshana which is located near Narayanaguda.More than 100 HIV effected children were gathered. All our volunteers organized painting competition. All the winners were given gifts by the organization.All the children were given nutrition,books and pencils.

Bcom students collected more than 50Kg Rice,50 Liter Oil pockets,50Kgs Dal and distributed to all the children. 

  12) Writing Exam for Blind Student by NSS Volunteers

Every year Aurora NSS volunteers will help Blind students who took admissions in IGNOU course in our Aurora’s Degree & PG College study center.

The following students have helped as scribes in our IGNOU  study center.

1)    Mr.Srinias Reddy   Physical Science
2)    Fathima                 Commerce
3)    Sowmya                 Statics
4)    Navya Sree            Life Science
5)    Fathima                 Commerce
6)    Mamatha               Life Science
7)    Shiva                      Life Science
8)    Niharika                Life Science
9)Uday Kumar Reddy  Statics

13) Resource Person to Osmania University & Satavahana University

I have received a call from Andhra University NSS Training Division to interact and motivate all NSS Program Officers at NSS Camp being held at Saifabad PG College,Osmania University where State Level NSS Training Program was conducted for one week.

I went there and presented about NSS AURORA success stories. They have allotted 45 minutes time. I explained all the events which I have conducted at Aurora Degree College. Even I have shown some of the important videos.

All are appreciated my efforts. More than 50 Program Officers were present in the training program. Dr.Paul who is incharge for State Level Training Program Officer from Andhra University was appreciated my efforts and felicitated me after the program.

                                                    14) NSS CAMP

 As per the Guidelines of NSS Manual provided by Ministry of Youth Affairs, there are two major types of activities done by the NSS Volunteers:

1.   NSS  Regular Activities
2.   Special Camping Programme

The Special Camping programme includes NSS Orientation Programme, Campus Work, Rural Project, National Days Celebration etc.

As the aim of National Service Scheme is to develop the good qualities among the NSS volunteers, it is necessary to orient and enable the volunteers to play their role more effectively in the implementation of NSS Programmes. 

Each of the NSS volunteers, who join NSS, will undergo a special camping NSS Programme for 20 hours out of 120 hours. These 20 hours which are meant for orientation will be further divided as General Orientation – 2 hours; Special Orientation – 8 hours and Programme Skill Learning – 10 hours. During the General Orientation, the NSS volunteers will get to know about the history and growth of NSS programme, aims, objectives and other basic concepts of NSS.  In Special orientation, NSS volunteers are to be involved in various types of NSS programmes such as the Role of Youth in Literacy, Environment Enrichment and Conservation, Drug Abuse, Health Awareness, AIDS Prevention, Family Welfare, Health Education and Nutrition, Social Service Programmes, Women and Child Development etc., ultimately benefiting our society.

NSS CAMP Programme at BEGAMPETBesides regular NSS activities, we had arranged an NSS CAMP to fulfill the goals of NSS and to encourage ourselves towards more effective national and social services.

Basically it’s a 7 day programme that includes various activities like thinking and dreaming positive, cultural activities, farming and social awareness. We had a schedule of interesting programmes for one whole week. Our programs helped each of us to learn and gain something new in life, to know our society with a close vision and to help our society and people around us.

16) Pulse Polio Program at adopted village Begampet

On 19th January 2014 more than 5 NSS Volunteers went to Begampet village which is a adopted village under NSS Aurora.Aroung 10.00AM they went to the village Community hall and helped the village committee and Anganwadi workers for the Pulse Polio Program.

The polio vaccine protects your child against polio or poliomyelitis, which is a highly infectious viral disease spread through  infected people. The polio virus enters through the mouth and ends up in the nervous system. It can rapidly lead to paralysis and even death. India is one of the four remaining countries that has effected children.

At 10.30 AM all our NSS volunteers went to the Medical health center and brought all the materials and vaccine. More than 200 children have been given vaccine.

17) National Voters Day Celebration

Hyderabad, Jan 24 (INN): The Election Commission of India has decided to celebrate its Foundation Day - January 25, as National Voters' Day marking the end of diamond jubilee programme.

The objective was to increase the voters' enrolment in order to attain universal adult franchise for effective democracy. Chief Electoral Officer Bhanwar Lal told media persons at the Secretariat on Monday that the day is also intended for enhancing the awareness among the people. 

A grand function will be organised at 66,795 polling stations in all the 23 districts and in the city at Hari Hara Kala Bhavan on Tuesday. The general public has been requested to attend the programme and ensure that they receive the ECI badge; aoeproud to vote and ready to vote,a photo ID cards, as the booth level polling officers will also participate in the meeting. So far 15 lakh voters have been enrolled and further arrangements have been made to institutionalise changes. 

At Ravindra Bharathi fourth National Voters Day was celebrated on January 25. Kalyan Jyoti Sengupta, Chief Justice, AP High Court, P.K. Mohanthy, Chief Secretary,  Government of Andhra Pradesh, P. Ramakanth Reddy, State Election Commissioner, Bhanwarlal, Chief Electoral Officer, Sri Somesh Kumar, Commissioner, GHMC, Navin Mittal, District Electoral Officer and Special Commissioner, GHMC were present at the occasion and lit the lamp.

P. Ramakanth Reddy appealed to the youth who have crossed 18 years of age as on 01.01.2014 to enroll their names in the electoral rolls. He also clarified that there is no last date for enrolment, it will be a continuous process and requested the youth to get registered whenever they get their eligibility.

More than 100 NSS Volunteers were gathered at GHMC near tankbund by 8.00AM. After break fast all volunteers went to Ravindra Bhrathi where the main program was held.

All participants were given awareness on importance of casting  their votes. After the program  all volunteers were given brouchers,calenders and voter registration forms. 

18) Laptop donated to Begampet  Govt school

When our NSS PG students conducted the NSS Camp at Begampet village the head master of Govt school requested to donate a Personal Computer.So our volunteers have promised to donate it on 26th January 2014.With the principal sir permission PG students started collecting amount from all the PG classes.On 25th Jan 2014 the collected amount was only Rs.5000/-

They went to CTC to buy second hand PC.When they approached a store by name Silicon where the owner has shown a PC  and he started asking about the purpose. Our students told about our NSS activities and even they have shown Videos also. By seeing all those videos and activities he started narrating his college days social activities. Immediately he offered a DEL laptop costing 12000/- in market for Rs.5000/- only and he assured  to coordinate his services by giving more PC at lower price for our adopted village Begampet.. He promised to arrange Medical camp in adopted village.

19) University Level Youth Festival at Osmania University

Nss Aurora has got the invitation to participate in the University Festival to be held at Andhra Mahila Sabha,Osmania University.Our NSS volunteers Mr.Asish who was selected at district level competition in Painting and Kum.Sunidhi Reddy in classical dance competition.

Around 10.30AM the competitions were started. Kum.Sunidhi Reddy ‘s performance was appreciated by all the participants and selected for State Level Classical Dane to be held at Kadapa from Jan 20 to 23.

Vice Chancellor of OU issued memento and appreciation certificate on 29 Jan 2014 at AMS OU where she won the District  & University Level Classical Dance Competition.
Vice chancellor of Osmania University felicitated NSS Aurora Program officer with a memento on this occasion. 

20) LEPRA’s Walk to Fight Leprosy 2014

LEPRA Society is a voluntary charitable organization working in the area of Leprosy Control for the last 25 Years. Currently LEPRA Society runs 26 Leprosy Referral Centers (Clinics) across the country.

Leprosy is identified as one of the neglected disease which needs Urgent attention. This is because there is no primary prevention i.e. vaccination for Leprosy.  In the recent past, the number of Leprosy patients has indeed increased, where every 5 minutes a new case is detected.

As part of our on-going efforts we are organising a “Walk” on Sunday, 02 February 2014 at 7.00 am starting from Sanjeeviah Park to Jalavihar and back to Sanjeeviah Park.There is nominal participation fee of Rs.200/- per participant. The proceeds from the walk will be utilized for the welfare of people affected by leprosy.

More than 20 volunteers participated in the event. The rally started at 6.45AM from Necklace Road. Their was an awareness program after the rally.

All participants have given Certificate of Participation. 

21) Red Ribbon Club inaugurated by Gyanender Singh

A Red Ribbon Club aims at harnessing the potential of the youth by equipping them with correct information on HIV / AIDS Prevention, Care and Support and Treatment. It also aims in building their capacities as peer educators in spreading messages on positive health behaviour in an enabling environment and increasing voluntary blood donation from among youth. 


To reduce new HIV infection among youth by raising their risk perception through awareness on Sex, Sexuality and HIV & AIDS.

 To induce among youth the spirit to help and support people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) thereby reducing stigma and discrimination against PLHWAs.
To motivate youth and build their capacity as peer educators and change agents by developing their skills on leadership, negotiation, and team building.

To promote voluntary non-remunerated blood donation among youth.

The Inauguration of Red Ribbon Club was held on 05-02-2014 at 12.30 noon in the Aurora Auditorium. Mr.Gyanender Singh was the chief guest on this occasion. He delivered a thought provoking speech on the importance of Personal and Public health and blood tissue – its components – importance of blood donation. He also stressed on the importance of screening the blood to avoid blood related diseases like AIDS. He motivated them in donating blood to save the life of the victim. He started cycling from Rameshwaram to Uttarakhand more than 25000 Kms.

Mr.C.D.Malleshwar NSS Program Officer gave an inspiring speech on blood donation and its need for mankind. Mr.Sekhar  NSS PO, who organised this programme in a good manner was also present on  this occasion. Pamphlets and forms were issued to the students on the topic of AIDS awareness and controlling  measures.The programme ended with National Anthem.All the participants were given Participation Certificates. 

20) Youth For Sava Chiguru program

In the second edition of Chiguru – Youth For Seva’s Annual Children’s Festival, 3600 children from 130 project locations across the city and surrounding rural areas participated in 18 different competitions like Rangoli, Siniging, Dance, Elocution, Spelling bee, Street play, Yoga Pyramids and so on, with electrifying enthusiasm. About 800 volunteers from 50 companies and colleges volunteered in organizing the event.  

Chiguru (literally ‘budding’), an inter-school cultural and literary fest, aims at providing a platform for underprivileged students to express their talents. The atmosphere wore a festive look and kids had great fun doing what they loved.  The kids were extremely confident, had absolutely no stage fear and gave in their best. The eminent panel of judges including connoisseurs of art, music and dance, Yoga experts and professors from various colleges, had a hard time in choosing the winners. 
70 buses were arranged to ferry kids to and fro, and kids were served sumptuous lunch on banana leaves by seating them down, and their favourite snacks at the end of the day. The entire venue seemed like a colourful carnival with kids here, there and everywhere. All in all, it was a delightful day out for the kids and one of great satisfaction for the volunteers, whose committed efforts paid off so well. There could be no bigger reward than the smiles on the faces of the children. 
On the event day both NSS and NCC volunteers were attended the program. Initially our volunteers helped the children proving snacks and water. After that they coordinated the children to different activities.

The main volunteering was at the lunch session. All the children were arranged meals at the same time. Our volunteers were served food to more than 200 children.The main attraction was NCC students who took the guard of honor for the chief guest Avinash  Malhotra (IAS) DSP and YouthForSeva president Mr.Bharat Anmol.All the winners were presented with mementoes and certificates.Avinash Malhotra presented a memento to the NSS Program Officer C.D.Malleshwar for their contribution towards their services to the society.
All participants were given certificate of participation.

 21) National Youth Policy 2014 rally and function at Osmania University by VC

Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi and Sports Minister Jitendra Singh today unveiled two ambitious projects - 'National Youth Policy 2014' and 'Rajiv Gandhi Khel Abhiyan', which focuses on education, skill development, employment, entrepreneurship and health.
NYP 2014 and RGKA, a centrally sponsored plan scheme, were launched in the presence of boxers Mary Kom and Vijender Singh, national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand, former athlete Ashwini Nachappa, shooter Ronjan Sodhi, weightlifter Karnam Malleswari and gymnast Ashish Kumar at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. The National Youth Policy (NYP 2014) is a comprehensive policy document that states the vision of the Government of India (GOI) for the youth of the country and also how this vision is sought to be realised by the government.
NYP-2014 caters to needs of the youth in the age-group of 15-29 years, which constitutes 27.5 per cent of population. NYP 2014 identifies the vision and the five key objectives for youth development that are further sub-divided into 11 priority areas. It further suggests policy imperatives that should be implemented in each of these identified priority areas.
NYP 2014 seeks to achieve a productive workforce through education, skill development for better employability and entrepreneurship training; a healthy generation with sports as a way of life; a sense of community service and strong social values; high levels of participation in governance; and social inclusiveness by creating equitable opportunities for all. 
The NYP 2014 will be implemented in four steps -
1) GOI will formulate an action plan within 6 months for the implementation of the policy across all the concerned ministries and department;
2) The MYAS also constituted a Youth Council consisting of exceptional youth from across the country to oversee the implementation of the policy;
3) A set of short-term and long-term indicators for measuring the success of the policy, and;
4) The youth are encouraged to engage their elected representatives and the government if there is any shortcomings in the implementation of youth oriented schemes as outlined in the NYP.

On 21st February 2014 Osmania University Vice Chancellor Prof..D.Satyanarayana  Garu flagged the awareness program from Arts College OU.Around 50 NSS volunteers participated in the rally which was started from Arts College OU to Engineering College OU. Our NSS volunteers photo was published in the news paper.

22) Second Phase of Pulse Polio Program
On 23rd February 2014 again the health Govt staff requested to coordinate the Second Pulse Polio program.More than 100 NSS volunteers have participated in the Second Phase of Pulse Polio Program.

On that NSS volunteers gathered at Koti at 6.30AM.After the breakfast  all volunteers dispersed to different Polio booths surrounding areas like Koti,Sulthan bazar,Chaderghat and Santosh Nagar

Hindi Divas Celebrations 2013

“ Tvameva Mata Cha Pitaah Tvameva, Tvameva Bandhu Cha Sakha Tvameva.. Tvameva Vidya Cha Dravinaam Tvameva, Tvameva Sarvam Mama Deva Deva…”

With all the blessings of the mother land and the mother of languages Hindi, Aurora this year also celebrated Hindi Diwas Sapthah encouraging all the students to involve into their own motherlanguage.17th of September, competitions were held on various literary competitions like poetry writing, elocution and essay writing were conducted and students with keen interest took part in this celebrations.

On  20th of September 2013 Hindi Diwas was celebrated with great enthusiasm and program was started with welcome of our Respected Principal Vishwanadam Bulusu and our honorable Hindi Sir Dr. Shivhar Biradar. With lighting of lamp by the honorable dignitaries we started our program and Prayer song was sung byBy moving ahead Avinash Kumar Sharma student of MSCs 2B  enlightened  the students about the greatness o four Mother Language Hindi.Moving Ahead Pradeep Sikhwal, Capt of MSCs 2B hosted the program.

Our Respected Principal Sir enlightened the students regarding the usage of language and also the richness of the language Hindi.DR. Shivhar Biradar Sir addressed the gathering by his words of wisdom and his creativity of poems.Vishal Tulshyan of B.Com Comp 1C addressed the gathering and conveyed his message regarding the Mother language Hindi.More than 50 NSS Volunteers have participated in this event.Prize Distribution on account of competitions held was done to the successful winners.
The winners list is:

Poetry Writing:
  1) Avinash Kumar Sharma  MSCS 2 B
  2) Trapti Gupta Mi.Bi.C 3

Essay Writing:
   1) Rohith Singh MPCS 1 A  

1) Harish Sharma Bt.Bi.C 2

Documentary By Vinay Kumar Hemanth of MSCs 2A was presented.

The Vote of thanks was rendered by Dr. Shivhar Biradar and the program was successfully completed.
The event was supported by NYK (Nehru Yuva Kendra).


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