SLCS Samaaj Seva – Extension Activity on “Awareness on COVID Insurance schemes”

Title of the session: SLCS Samaaj Seva – Extension Activity on “Awareness on COVID Insurance schemes”
Organizer Department B.Com ( Banking and Insurance)
Date                           :  29.07.2022 Time    :    08.30 am to 09.30am
Mode of the Session :  Offline Venue  :     Solanguruni Village
Theme                       :  “Awareness on COVID Insurance schemes”
Objective(s) of the activity:

v  To create awareness about the health, crop, and cattle insurance among the MGNREGS workers in the village.

v  To insists on taking insurance for health, crop and cattle insurance among the MGNREGS workers in the village.

v  To provide knowledge on insurance related Government schemes among the MGNREGS workers in the village.

Key Highlights:

v  Totally, 10 students from III B.Com (Banking and Insurance) created awareness about the “Insurance Scheme and Government Scheme” among the MGNREGS workers in the village.

v  Students explained the benefits of Various Insurance Schemes and Government Schemes like, Crop Insurance, Health Insurance, Cattle Insurance, and Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, and Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana healthcare scheme.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

v  The beneficiaries had awareness on Insurance Schemes and Government Schemes.

v  The MGNREGS workers in the village appreciated the students’ and their concern to take insurance for their crop, cattle and health.

v  People asked doubts related to insurance and Government schemes. Our students clarified their doubts.

v  Students got awareness on the problems.

v  They got a comprehensive knowledge, skill and attitude to work in rural area.

Participants Details:

v  Total No. of students participated:  10

v  Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated:  1

Alumni meeting

Title of the session: Alumni meeting
Organizer Department B.Com ( Banking and Insurance)
Date                           :  29.07.2022 Time    :    11.30 am to 12.30am
Mode of the Session :  Offline Venue  :     III B.Com (B&I)
Alumni Details:

Ms. M. Iswarya Alumni of our college. Working as processing associate in BNY Mellon in Chennai. BNY Mellon Investment Management provides a robust corporate foundation, together with worldwide resources and administrative supports. It allows us to know about investment firms.

Objective(s) of the activity:

Ø  The bright gap between college life and career life, so as to inculcate students to the professional world.

Ø  To enhance the employability through references.

Ø  To provide a platform for students to develop their personality and skills.

Key Highlights:

Ø  Totally, 64 students from III B.Com (Banking and Insurance) were attended the Programme.

Ø  Alumni shared her views ideas and information to instill.

Ø  During the meet, the alumni shared insight her experience to our students, which she had faced after stepping out of the institution.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

Ø  Alumni Meet, creates a special bonding between with the students who have established themselves already in the big, outside world.

Ø  The event was utilized to apply experience in real life situation.

Ø  The alumni helped the students by giving guidance for academic and co-curricular activities.

Participants Details:

v  Total No. of students participated:  64

v  Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 3

Seminar on “Hepatitis Can’t Wait”

Title of the Session: Seminar on “Hepatitis Can’t Wait”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) Food Science and Processing Management and Health & Nutrition Club
Date : 28.7.2022 Time:9.00-10.30 am
Mode of the Session : Offline & Online –Meet Link: https://meet.google.com/vsy-cnrt-oqg Venue: SLCS Auditorium
Theme: Bringing hepatitis care closer to you in commemoration with “World Hepatitis Day”.
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Ms.V.Suganya Designation: Senior Clinical Dietitian and Head, Department of Dietetics.
Organisation: Apollo Speciality Hospitals, Madurai.
Objective(s) of the activity: 

Ø  The day is observed to spread awareness about the various forms of hepatitis and how they get transmitted.

Ø The day also aims to improve the management, detection, and prevention of viral hepatitis as well as related diseases.

Key Highlights:

Ø The speaker highlights the types, causes, signs and symptoms of the deadly virus which is very harmful to the humans.

Ø She emphasized the principles, types and modification of normal diet to be followed during the inflammation of liver.

Ø She explained the dietary guidelines and a sample menu to a lead a healthy lifestyle and balanced diet.

Ø She pointed out the steps in nutritional assessment, intervention, diagnosis and nutrition education as an important tool to assess and to educate the community.

Ø  Many participants enquired about the ways of transmission and preventive measures to overcome the same.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

Ø  The participants were able to understand the basic role of basic nutrients needed to overcome malnutrition and these types of diseases.

Ø  They also assured that they will create awareness among the younger generations to eradicate the viral hepatitis.

Participants Details:
 Total No. of students participated: 253

 Total No. of Faculty participated: 54

SLCS- Samaaj Seva – an Extension program on- “Kargil Vijay Diwas-Rally”.

Title of the Session:SLCS- Samaaj Seva – an Extension program on- “Kargil Vijay Diwas-Rally”.
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) Marine Catering and Hotel Management
Date : 26.7.2022 Time:2.30 P.M
Mode of the Session : Physical Venue: Valayankulam, Madurai
Theme(If Applicable) : Extension Activity
Objective(s) of the activity:

·        To make students aware of these celebrations in order to evoke nationalism and patriotism through nationwide campaign, especially among youth.

·        To remember the supreme sacrifice made by our brave soldiers, to uphold and safeguard the integrity of the nation and to pay homage to the valiant soldiers.

·        Students, the future of nation, must know about such an important event in India.

Key Highlights:

Kargil Vijay Diwas, is celebrated on July 26, every year to mark the historic day; when India conquered Pakistan in the Kargil War that occurred in 1999.As a tribute to this occasion, the Department of Marine Catering and Hotel Management organized a Kargil Vijay Diwas -Rally”, to create awareness among the rural community. Five faculty members and 34 students from the MC&HM and FS|&PM actively participated in this program. The students carried posters and banners with slogans.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

Students were able to imbibe,

·         Capability of defense services of India

·         Calls for a celebration to not only win a military conflict, but also establish Indian sophistication in modern warfare and diplomacy.

·         A revisit to the war and showcasing of the indomitable spirit, unflinching dedication and selfless service displayed by soldiers.

Participants Details:

v  Total No. of students participated: 34

v  Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 4

Professional Training Program on “Training and Hands-on Practices in Hotel operations”

Title of the Session: Professional Training  Program on “Training and Hands-on Practices in Hotel operations”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) Marine Catering and Hotel Management
Date : 25.7.2022 Time:2.00 P.M to 4.30 P.M
Mode of the Session : Physical Venue: Amika Hotel, Madurai
Theme(If Applicable) : FDP
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name:Mr. Khannan CKM Designation: Food and Beverage Manager
Organisation:Amika Hotel, Madurai
Objective(s) of the activity: 

1. To explore and emerge a new area that needs to be built into the course structures to facilitate better learning.

2. To discuss the role of technologyin the present scenario for enhancing the academic effectiveness.

3. To discuss strategies in order to enhance the personality and managerial effectiveness of the academic fraternity.

Key Highlights:

Mr. Khannan CKM, Food and Beverage Manager, Amika Hotel, Madurai, has shared his knowledge regarding best practices in food handling, safe work etiquettes, food storage & purchase techniques, service methodology, and kitchen operation. He also described the current norms adopted by the Amika Hotel during the COVID-19 pandemic. This training helped the staff members to become more self-assured and present them the tools needed to perform a variety of hotel operations in the current situation.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

1. Faculty understood the current trends in Hotel Operation

2. Help modify the curriculum according to the Industrial Expectations in future.

Participants Details:

v Total No. of Staff Participated: 6

Career Training Program on “Accounting for Finance”

Title of the Session:Career Training Program on “Accounting for Finance”
Organizer Commerce (Honours)ACCA and ISDC, Bangalore
Date : 13.07.2022 to 23.07.2022 Time:Evening 5 pm. to 7 pm
Mode of the Session : Online Venue: Zoom Meet

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87207177799?

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Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Prof. Disha Kabra Designation: Faculty
Organisation:International skill development corporation (ISDC), Bangalore
Objective(s) of the activity: 

a)      To reveal the profits and losses of the business.

b)      To provide a true and fair view of the business.

c)      To providerelevant information related for business operations to stakeholders.

d)     Tomeasure the business profitability for a particular period and disclose the net profit or loss of the business as a whole.

e)      To exhibit the Assets and Liabilities of the business.

Key Highlights:

The expert gave training which,

a)      Focuses on the carrier aspects in various business fields.

b)      Focuses on the presentation of historical records and not on forecasting the future.

c)      Focuses on the transaction that a business enters into with external parties, such as customers, suppliers, etc.

d)     Focuses on the accounts prepared for quantifying the business, costs incurred as expenses, and profit or loss earned based on these transactions.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

a)      Students got a deep insight of business career possibilities.

b)      Students came to know about the Financial Accounting undertaken with a pre-specified periodic reporting schedule.

c)      Students were well informed that the availability and accessibility of financial accounts is public for those who want to know about a business and its performance.

d)     Students were able to prepare reliable financial statements and decisions can be based on the objectives.

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 22 (First Year ACCA 2021 Batch)

: SLCS- Samaaj Seva – an Outreach Program on- “Share the Meal” .

Title of the Session:  SLCS- Samaaj Seva – an Outreach Program on- “Share the Meal” .
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) Marine Catering and Hotel Management
Date : 23.7.2022 Time:12.00 P.M
Mode of the Session : Physical Venue: Teppakulam, Madurai
Theme(If Applicable) : Outreach Activity
Objective(s) of the activity: 

·        To enable a sense of social and civic responsibility in students.

·        To acquire competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities

·        To identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem solving process

·        To understand that donating to the needy not just benefits the recipient, it also benefits the donor in improving the physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual well-being

Key Highlights:

Donate Food to deserted people at Teppakulam. Totally, 19 students from III year have taken part in the program. They prepared and distributed variety rice (around 50 packets of food) to the deserted people in the area. Students were immensely satisfied after witnessing the smile on the faces of the homeless people on receiving the food packets.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

·        Students gained social values, widened their responsibility and received varied spectrum of knowledge in societal issues and problems by making them to work with community.

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 19

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 4

Rally on Women Safety and Welfare

Session Details: Rally on Women Safety and Welfare
Title of the Session    : Rally on Women Safety and Welfare
Organizer Department B.Com ( Banking and Insurance)
Date                           :  22.07.2022 Time    :     08.30 am to 09.30am
Mode of the Session :  Offline Venue  :     Nedumadurai Village
Theme                       :  Awareness Rally on Women Safety and Welfare
Organization: Subbalakshmi Lakshmipathy College of Science.
Objective(s) of the activity: 

v  The prime objective of the rally is to empower women and spread awareness on women’s safety.

v  To create awareness about the importance of women’s education.

v  To spread awareness about increasing women harassment.

Key Highlights:

v  ‘An Awareness Rally on Women Safety and Welfare’ was organized by Department of Commerce (B&I) and Vishaka Committee of SLCS.

v  The rally carried out at Nedumadurai Village.

v  Totally, 60 students from III B.Com (Banking and Insurance)   participated in the rally with posters and placards with messages about women safety and importance of women education slogans.

v  On behalf of Vishaka Committee Mrs. N Selvi, Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Tamil and Ms. S. Neela, Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Hindi handled the session on Women Safety and Welfare for the students of III B.Com (Banking and Insurance).

v  Students insisted that women have the right to be free from violence, harassment and discrimination and removing the barriers of an unsafe environment.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

ü  The beneficiaries (Village People) had awareness on Women Safety, Welfare and also on Women Education.

ü  The village people in and around Nedumadurai village appreciated the students about the rally on Women Safety and Welfare.

ü  This program helped to fulfill the potential as individuals and contributors for communities and economies among the students.

Participants Details:

Total No. of students participated: 60

Total No. of staff (Teaching) participated: 4

Orientation program

Title of the Session: Orientation program
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) Marine Catering and Hotel Management
Date : 21.7.2022 Time:9.30 A.M
Mode of the Session : Physical Venue: G7 –CLASS ROOM
Theme(If Applicable) : Orientation
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name:Mr.C.Suresh Kumar Designation: Head, Department of MC&HM
Organisation: Subbalakshmi Lakshmipathy College of Science, Madurai
Objective(s) of the activity: 

1.      To inform the students about the courses in the final year.

2.      To instruct the students about the course CO,PO,PSO

3.      To familiarize with various dimensions of the Hospitality Profession.

Key Highlights:

An orientation program was conducted for final year students at the beginning of the Academic Year 2022-23(odd semester). The main purpose of this orientation program was to give the students a detailed instruction of the curriculum, course handling staff members and the importance of  discipline, rules and regulations of examination, Academic details (lesson plan), Syllabus, Attendance procedure, Departmental activities for the odd semester,(workshop and seminars).  Hand book, time table and attendance related information was given to the students.The orientation program commenced with an address by Mr.C.Suresh Kumar Head, Dept. of MC&HM and followed by all the faculty members.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

1.       The students got a clear idea about the core courses and elective courses that they would study in the final year.

2.       The students got a clear idea on the importance of  CO,PO,PSO in their course.

3.       It also helped students prepare for a successful career with clear vision about what lies ahead and what can be achieved at the end of each course.

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 24

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 2

SLCS- Samaaj Seva – an Extension program on- “Educational Development Day” celebration.

Title of the Session:SLCS- Samaaj Seva – an Extension program on- “Educational Development Day” celebration.
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) Marine Catering and Hotel Management
Date : 19.7.2022 Time:11.30 A.M
Mode of the Session : Physical Venue: NeduMadurai Government School, NeduMadurai.
Theme(If Applicable) : Extension Activity
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name:Mr.K.Perumalkannan Designation: Asst.Professor, Department of MC&HM
Organisation: Subbalakshmi Lakshmipathy College of Science, Madurai.
Objective(s) of the activity: 

 

·        To create awareness on education for School Students.

·        To know, the Former Chief Minister K. Kamaraj of Tamil Nadu, and his contributions to generate the school education facilities of the state.

·        To enrich meaningful educational experiences in order to make their education complete and meaningful.

Key Highlights:

Kamaraj Ji’s birth anniversary is observed as Tamil Nadu’s Educational Development Day. The day aims to remind people about his contribution to boost the school education facilities of Tamil Nadu.

On 18.7.22 as part of this commemoration, the Department of Marine Catering and Hotel Management conducted an “Educational Development Day” Celebration to raise awareness on education among the school children at Nedumadurai. Mr. K. Perumalkannan, Assistant Professor in the Department of Marine Catering and Hotel Management, addressed the students about every entity, from an individual to the entire civilization, to expand and change. Developing knowledge and skills is highly important in order to assist progress. Therefore, education is a crucial element that supports, propels and progresses on every level. At the end of the program the School staff and Head master appreciated the efforts made by the students and the staff members.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

Students were able to understand that

·         Education is a source of obvious benefits for a fuller and better life.

·         It can contribute to the betterment of society, as a whole.

·        It allows people to live a healthy and quality lifestyle with a high standard of living.

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 10

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 3

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