On the occasion of Birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on 31st October, 2017 Ministry of Youth and Affairs and Sports, Government of India decided to celebrate as Ekta Diwas.
In order to foster and reinforce our dedication to preserve and strength unity, integrity and security of our nation, NSS cell of University of Mumbai has organized Rally Run for Unity by Youth.
In this program 10 NSS volunteers of First Year and Second Year B.Com. from our Mahatma Night Degree College were participated. Name of the volunteers are
- Nandkishor Chauhan
- Prathmesh Rane
- Preetesh Sawant
- Kamal Shigwan
- Gazala Sheikh
- Sharda Singh
- Harshada Surve
- Manohar Singhadiya
- Tikamchan Fulwariya
- Jaspal Singh
Run for Unity by Youth Rally started at 7.30 a.m. from Nariman Point, Mumbai towards Marine Drive, Mumbai. During Rally volunteers were spreading messages of integration and holding plug cards showing messages of national integrity and unity. This program was concluded at Marine lines at 10.30 a.m. by Enlighting speech of Prof. B. S. Bidve, NSS Coordinator NSS Cell University of Mumbai, on Ekta Diwas and National Anthem.
NSS unit of Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce organized a Blood Donation Camp on 14th October, 2017. This Blood Donation Camp was organized with the help of Think Foundation. J. J. Mahanagar Blood Bank was called for the camp. The camp timing was from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. The camp was great success and 68 units of blood bottles were collected. Asst. Prof. Harsh Shukla and Asst. Prof. Tushar Pawar accepted a trophy given by J. J. Mahanagar Blood Bank as a token of appreciation to Mahatma Night Degree College.
NSS Unit of Mahatma Night Degree College organized a Dengue Malaria Awareness Drive in the adopted slum area Sidhharth Colony on the 27th September, 2017. The rally was attended by 125 volunteers along with NSS program officer Asst. Prof. Harsh Shukla. The awareness drive started at 4 p.m. from the college premises. NSS volunteers were holding the banner and posters displaying different messages on Swatchh Bharat, importance of cleanliness to fight with dengue malaria. NSS volunteers were shounting the slogs of “Swachhta He Seva Hai” and “Safai Lao Dengue Bhagao” in order to bring slum dwellers out from their houses. Volunteers interacted with people and explained them how cleanliness helps to fight with dengue malaria disease. Rally covered 3 km distance and came back to college at 5 p.m. refreshments were served to the students at the end of the program.
MNDC’s NSS volunteer of S.Y.B.Com., Ravikant Mourya is selected for the pre SRD NRD Camp.
Ravikant Mourya is selected from the Mumbai Central Suburban district comprising of over 50 colleges. On 8th September, 2017 he will be going to Solapur University to participate in the rigorous pre SRD NRD training camp.
Congratulations Ravikant Mourya!