Drug Free Kerala- NSS flash mob
As part of the anti- drug campaign in Kerala, a procession and flash mob was conducted by the National Service Scheme of Payyanur College, Payyanur. The awareness campaign was conducted in the college campus and Payyanur old and new busstand premises. Sub inspector of Payyanur police station K.P. Rameshan, Janamaithri beat officer Ratheesh P., N. S. S. programme officers of Payyanur College Dr. Surekha T. V., Dr. Ajith Kumar Puthalath, Anali Krishna V. spoke on the occassion.
Anti-drug signature tree
Recognizing the need to convey the anti-drug message to the student community, a campaign called Anti-drug signature tree was organized at the college garden against drug use under the leadership of Payyannur College NSS Unit 11. IQAC Coordinator Dr Swaran inaugurated the programme. The programme was welcomed by NSS Volunteer Nandana.T. and NSS Jo.Secretary Amal Govind expressed vote of thanks.
Freedom Wall to commemorate Indian independence
Payyanur College NSS Unit successfully created a Freedom Wall in the college, as a part of the combined project of Kerala State NSS Cell and Collegiate Education department of the state.The illustration which includes a regional history of Independence struggle at Payyanur, leaders including Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and K Kelappan, Salt Satyagraha,Gandhimavu and a portrayal of Theyyam, the unique art form of Malabar, highly attracted everyone.Under the guidance of the artist Kitho Sunil and with immense support from the teachers,NSS volunteers worked for two days to complete the wall. The wall art promotes religious harmony and includes the emblems of Azadi ka Amruth Mahotsav, Payyanur College and NSS. Kannur University DSS cordinator Dr T P Nafeesa inaugurated the Freedom wall on 15 th August, as a part of the 75 th independence day celebration at the College. Principal Dr V M Santhosh, IQAC cordinator Dr P R Swaran, NSS Unit 10 Program officer Dr Sujith K V shared their thoughts at the function.
“SAY NO TO WAR, YES TO PEACE”
Even today, 75 years after the flames that rose as high as the sun,engulfed the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the intensity of that calamity is still reverberating in the hearts and minds of people. Payyanur College NSS UNIT 10 organized a rally in the campus with the message “NO MORE WAR” in the memory of many lives lost in Hiroshima and Nagasaki catastrophe.
“Sravanika” for the print disabled
Everyone would wish to read and understand books themselves but there are many around us who are unable to enjoy this privilege. The modern world of printed notes and books is often unreachable for the print disabled. With the aim of helping them, Payyanur College NSS Unit 10 began their new initiative of creating audio book records called “Sravanika”. The program was inaugurated by Mani K P, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Payyanur College.
NSS Unit 10 Payyanur College Organized a food fest
Payyannur College NSS 10 organized a food fest at college premises to raise funds for the ‘Sneha Veedu’being built at Ramantali.
The fest had a variety of food items prepared entirely by NSS volunteers.
The event was a great success in terms of wide variety of food items and there were around 40 dishes in different categories.
Program Officer Dr. Sujith K.V. Unit Secretary Abhinand M. Joe Secretaries Sharon Biju, Ambili Ramesh, Aswathi V and Sourav steered the program.
MISS A MEAL PROGRAMME
With an aim of feeding the hungry by knowing the hunger (rather than merely offering food ),Payyanur College organized a program called “Miss a Meal” under the leadership of NSS Unit 10. College Principal Dr V M Santhosh inaugurated the program by giving up a meal and donating the money.The program officer and students participated in the challenge by dropping the meal and contributed the money as a gesture to feed the underprivileged. The project started by inviting other students, teachers and non-teachers to participate in this challenge.
Aksharakoottam project inaugurated
Aksharakoottam project organised by NSS Unit 10, Payyanur College at Edanad U P School was inaugurated by NSS Kerala State Officer Dr Ansar R N. Soumya K, teacher at Edanad U P School delivered the welcome address and Raghavan K V, Headmaster in charge presided over the function held at Edanad U P School. Vote of thanks was delivered by Payyanur College NSS student volunteer secretary Abhinand M. The project aims at uplifting academically backward students through games, classes and other extra curricular activities.Classes are engaged by NSS volunteers of Payyanur College everyday in the evening. Dr Ansar R, Kerala State NSS Officer, who inaugurated the function opined that such projects placing education as their primary concern from the part of NSS volunteers are highly appreciable.