International Social work day celebration was inagurated by Ranni MLA Sri Raju Abraham (MG University Syndicate Member) on 21st March 2017.
In association with National Girl Child day observance, the MSW students conducted a theme show at Municipal stadium, Changanacherry, on 30th January 2017 in collaboration with state programmes
As part of AIDS day observance, the MSW students conducted a street play at Assumption College on 1st December 2017
Inorder to spread awareness on Drug Abuse and Addiction, a street play was staged on Zakhir Hussain Memorial School Changanacherry. It was performed on 24th November 2017 as a part of ‘Bodhpournami’- a venture of Kerala Kaumudi Daily News paper.
Samanwaya 2017 is an intercollegiate International competition of Social Work Students. This is organized by BCM College Kottayam. Our students participated in all programmes and won first and second places for street play and Scientific Posture Presentation respectively.
In association with an NGO THALAASH, the department of social work organised one day workshop on “Counter Human Trafficking in Persons” was organised on 15th October 2016. The Director of THALAASH, Mr. Hamlet Roy led the session. THALAASH Kerala Programme Coordinator Ms. Sherin Thomas and group of students from
ODF Kerala aims at ending open defecation from Rural and urban communities of Kerala. As a part of this venture the dept of social work got an opportunity to join hands with District Collector of Kottayam. The operational area was Poovam near Changanacherry . There the students conducted a scientific need assessment tool -PR
In collaboration with UNICEF and Kerala Child Right Observeray a one day seminar was organized to impart information regarding child rights, child protection. A special focus was given to POCSO Act and JJ Act. CWC Chairperson Rev. Dr. Joy James SJ, UNICEF Kerala Co-ordinator Mr. Arun Baby and Child Line coordinator TVPM Mr. Ma
Dept of social work and YWCA Changanacherry chapter jointly organized one day seminar on ‘Be a change- Lead change’. Two technical session and one business session was there. It was platforms were students share their aspirations and concerns to become a change agent. The participants are SB College, Assumption College and
As part of the curriculum, Social Work students are supposed to undergo a 7-Day rural camp, to get an exposure to rural living as well as community organisation. This year the tribal community in Attathodu, of Perinadu grama panchayat, in Pathanamthitta was selected as the camp site. Various programmes were arranged as part of
In order to familiarise with different social work settings and strengthen the partnership, the department of Social Work organized observation visits to the agencies TRADA, Archana Women centre, Santhwanam, KSSS, Little Flower Hospital, Kusumagiri Hospital, Adoption Centre, Central Prison TVPM & Kerala Legislative Ass
On 23rd and 25th August 2016 the dept of social work organized a course orientation for first MSW students. Mr. Martin and Mr. Philip of Mark and Phil Associates lead the orientation to prepare the mind to become dynamic and efficient professional social workers.
It is a massive movement initiated by Govt of India that seeks to create a clean India. In collaboration with CHASS the dept of Social work, Assumption College organized a cleaning drive at Fathimapuram on 29th July 2016. It helped to sensitize the local community people to live in a healthy and clean environment.
Meet The Excellent Series’ is an intellectual exchange to enrich student folks of Assumption Fraternity with knowledge updation and skill development. This is a platform where the budding Social Workers get acquainted with the practice scenario and meeting experts of multidisciplinary character. The facilitators for this ven
The’ Say No to Drug team ‘of our department received an award from Sri RishiRaj Singh IG for their initiatives in promoting a drug dree living among school children. The was a recognition and a tocken of appreciation from Sargakshetra for collaborating with them in their venture of Drug Prevention in school campuses of
The students of 1st year Social Work got an opportunity to conduct a one day induction programme on 23rd June, 2016 for all the first year UG students of the college. The students of Social Work successfully organised the programme with group work methods.
1st year MSW students of our department recorded a documentary on ‘Child Abuse’ at Radio Media Village FM Radio. A total of 8 students furnished the programme successfully. The programme will be telecasted soon.
Students of Social Work Department conducted a protest rally on 6th May 2016 at 1.30 pm to express their sincere concern over the recent harassments and rape incidents towards women in Kerala. The Rally started from the college ended at Traffic Square.Mr. Surendran, delivered a motivational talk on women’s safety.
The Social Work Department organised a two days street theatre Programme on May 2nd and 3rd , 2016 for 1st year MSW students. The workshop helped the students to build essential skills in street theatre and various art forms. Dr.Yesudas trained the students.
The Department of Social Work organized a two days work shop to social work students under the leadership of Mr. Deepak, a Scholar from the M. G. University in order to provide hands on experience on research methodology and SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences).
HRE club is an initative of parliamentary affairs for imparting in the student campaign in the student community. The department of Social Work took initiative to launch HRE club and organised a campaign on Human Rights on March 22nd, 2016. Sri V Udayakumar, Judicial First Class Magistrate inaugurated the Club. Smt
On March 18th, 2016 in collaboration with ALAN 21 foundation , the department of Social Work of our college observed World down Syndrome day. Rev. Fr. Roy Mathew Vadakkel (Director,Orphanage Control Board) inaugurated the day officially. After that there was one session on ‘Care and Rehabilitation of Differently A
Every year, March 15th is celebrated as World Social Workers ‘Day through out the world. This year on March 11th our department joined with Kerala Association of Social Workers (KAPS) and other Social Work colleges of Kottayam district in the celebration. The Department of Social Work of SB College Chan
The Department of Social Work joined hands with Athmatha Kendram Changanacherry for a Cancer Free Bio Kuttanadu. As part of Programme The first year students conducted an extensive survey and Cancer Screening across Kuttandu Region From 3rd March to 10th 2016.
Our department conducted the study tour of this year to Hyderabad from March 1st to 7th 2016 . As per academic requirement the students visited Domestic Workers Forum, CHAI, Asha Mental Health hospital and other various medical and community settings.
Red Ribbon Club is a movement by KSACS in educational institutions through which students will be making awareness of AIDS. This Year the department of Social Work in collaboration with National Service Scheme of our college conducted the inaugural ceremony of the club in 18th February 2016. The Club was inaugurated by Dr. Raju MD Chief Surgeon PH
Sr Shaigy Augustine and four students of 2nd year MSW participated in National Conference “Almoners 2016” , A training workshop on “Myths, methods and scope of Professional Social Work : A critical reflection ,organised by Amala Medical College Thrissur in 17th February 2016.
The Department of social work reaches out to neighbourhood panchayats with various community development activities as a part of field practicum. The students organised Medical camps, Sramadan, Baseline studies, Awareness campaign, Skill development training workshops and conducted resource mapping of the community at ten neig
Two of our faculties Sr Lince Maria SH and Ms Priya Philip along with the 2nd Year MSW students participated in International Symposium on Permanency of Marriage conducted by CANA Pontifical Institute Thuruthy in 27th January 2016. It was a good platform to share marriage practice existing in various religion.
The School monitoring programme is a venture of Child Rights commission for the monitoring of implementation of the standards of the Right to education at various schools in Kerala. The Social Work department of our college was selected to monitor 10 schools in remote areas of Pathanamthitta district from 5th to 15<
The department of social work enthusiastically participated in various meetings conducted by Kerala Association of Professional Social Workers (KAPS)which are organised at Bharat Matha College Thrikkakara(Annual day celebration) and SB College (Executive Meeting)in 15th December 2015 and 15th January 2016.
Four of the students from our department participated in National Seminar conducted by Archana Women Centre , Ettumanoor Kottayam on the topic “Inclusive development and Gender Equity with focus on women skill development and Entrepreneurship”in December 11th,12th and 13th 2015
As a part of academic requirement, the students of third semester went for first block placement. Inorder to get professional training they are placed in various hospitals and NGO settings such as NIMHANS, ST. JOHNS, C M C Velloor, DON BOSCO, FR. Muller,SCARF etc.
Two of our faculty members attended life style awareness class based on yoga , counselling and nature cure conducted by Staff Association.
Samanwaya 2015 is an intercollegiate competition of Social Work Students. This is organized by BCM College Kottayam. Our students participated in all programmes and won second and third places for street play and debate respectively.
The social work department has conducted a parents meeting on 28th September for second year students in order to provide an evaluation on their performance in exams and curricular and co curricular activities. The meeting was successful with participation of every student’s parents.
Social work department association were inaugurated by Dr. Jose Antony, HOD Sree Shankara University Kalady. Association logo, activity schedule, manuscript magazine were released during the inaugural session. Along with that an input session on Research methodol
Promoting safe blood donation in association with KSACS and NSS unit of Assumption arranged a one day blood donation camp.150 students registered and 100 students are eligible to donate blood. Through this venture we try to inculcate the concept on of SAVE A SOUL
As part of curriculum requirement both first years and second years students have exposure visit to various reputed institutions such as KSSS, KCM, ARDSI, Juvenile Home ,Open prison ,Sevagrame, Kripa Foundation, Avedana Pain and palliative care, Rajagiri Multispe
Three day induction pgm were organized by dept of social work for the new comers. Soft skill training group H R solution equipped the students with ice breaking, group building, concentric circle sharing, T C A Etc.
Department of History Dept of English and Dept of Social Work joined with youth leaders from Austria organized one day international workshop on “Youth across borders- Challenges and aspirations”. It is a plat form were serous deliberations and discussions taken place some of the Sub- themes are changing socio- cultural trends in Kerala, Youth and Cyber
In collaboration with CHASS and Kerala State Forest Department , the department of Social Work organised a colourful flash mob in six stations in Kottayam District on June 5th 2015. The programme started from the collectorate to sensitize the general public about nature conservation and protect our mother earth. T
TELIMC (Total Eradication of Legal Illiteracy Mission of Changanacherry). It is a novel venture of Bar Association of Changancherry and Changanacherry Muncipality. It is a mass campaign with four phases there are technical awareness classes, counselling classes,
SIASSW (Social Intervention of Assumption School of Social Work) is a unique social work intervention of Assumption school of social work. It is a programme college extend the service to neighbourhood schools to sensitise student folk contemporary issues. This is
In order to sensitize and motivate the students to ‘say no to drugs’, our students conducted a form of theatre art (Street Play) at different Higher Secondary Schools of Changanacherry and neighbourhood community.
As part of positive support to National Game, Assumption College also joined to the Run Kerala Run campaign. It is the largest fun run ever happened with more than ten million people running across 70000 points within Kerala. The entire Assumption fraternity part
Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Rethink, Recycle, Recover, Replace
- Refuse: Refuse plastic carry bags during your shopping, soft drink bottles, glasses, cups, plates and straw.
- Reduce: Reduce wastage of food, electricity & water at home. Avoid private vehicles for short duration a
To inculcate a proactive green culture among the student folk of Assumption, the Department of Social Work is launching an innovative programme ‘Ever Green Cosmos !!!’ This is a sensitization programme where social networking is utilized to disseminate the idea of a paperless campaign. ‘Amma Maram (The Mother Tree)’ is