ST.PETER'S COLLEGE KOLENCHERY
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The two institutional best practices

Maitreya and Empowered Women Empower Women

Maitreya is in keeping with the vision and mission of the College: to pursue academic excellence by providing value based education of the highest order to build up character and instill moral and spiritual values for attaining fullness of life to address the need of the hour by trying to mold world class citizens with the the highest intellectual acumen, emotional balance , spiritual strength and physical training. In this venture both the staff and the students contribute significantly and wholeheartedly. A brief summary of Maitreya activities are as follows,

Snehapoorvam Sahapadikke

  • The PTA collected and distributed an amount of Rs.35,600/ to 57 students, one each from UG and PG classes on the basis of merit cum means.
  • An amount of Rs. 5, 40,000/ (Five lakh Forty Thousand) was collected and given to Ashwathy M. B, a second year BA Economics student of our College to meet the expenses towards her cancer treatment. The students, staff, Retired Teachers Association and the Management contributed generously for the cause.
  • A total of Rs. 24,000/ (Rs. 2000/ each in twelve instalments) was collected and given to meet the hostel expenses of Sanu K. Peter a third year BA Political Science student of our College.
  • The Staff Cooperative Society identified and provided scholarships and study materials to select economically backward students from various batches.
  • The Department of English started a Book Bank through which texts in syllabus are provided to needy students to be returned at the end of the year.

Satheerthya Sahaya Nidhi

  • Alumni association collected and gave an amount Rs. 20,000/ to Shri. V P George an alumi of our college to meet medical expenses.

Prakasham

  • Free Medical checkup was conducted for the first year UG and PG students of the College in association with MOSC Medical College, Kolenchery.

Sneha Sparsham

  • Staff and students of the Department of Mathematics visited and spent a day with the inmates of a local orphanage Snehasadan, Pattimattom on1032018 providing food and entertainment for them.
  • Staff and students of the Department of Physics visited “Mother Care” an orphanage located at Choondi and handed over provisions to the inmates.

Sahaya Hastham

  • An amount of Rs. 28,230/ was collected from the various departments of the College and handed over to meet the medical expenses of a student at the neighbouring CET College of Management, Science and Technology, Airapuram.
  • The Department of Hindi collected and gave Rs. 60,000/ to Atmamol, an alumnus for higher studies.
  • An amount of Rs. 50,000/ was collected from the staff and students of the College and handed over to a Commerce alumni Jikku John for his cancer treatment.
  • The Department of Chemistry collected and handed over Rs. 20,000/ to Arunima Kuttapan to help with the medical expenses of her father’s treatment.

Empowered Women Empower Womenfocuses on empowering the girls students through the two initiatives

Tailoring unit and Driving Coursesof Unarvu, the Women Cell of the College. Unlike the previous years the tailoring classes were taken by our own students and the driving sessions were conducted in collaboration with Ani Driving School, Kolenchery.