Rohini College of Engineering and Technology
We want our students to succeed in the social world to learn how to cooperate, make friends, and negotiate conflicts. We want them to develop strong perspective-taking skills, and treat other people with fairness and compassion. Social activities are encouraged among the students through
Rotaract club of Rohini play a vital role in the history of RCET. It has been invlolved in many activities for the welfare of the students and the society. Rotary club of Nagercoil and Rotaract club of Rohini have been conducted many awareness programme, Blood Donation Camp, Eye Screening Camp and Cultural competition. It enhance the budding talents of the students and prepares them to become a good leader of our future India. We feel proud that Rotaract club of Rohini paves a way for our students to reach the destination of their support and encouragement. We also thank programmes and for their contribution in terms of hardwork, commitment, love and concern for the society.
The main aim of RRC is to save the life of human being by donating blood. As a part of RRC blood donation camp was conducted twice in Rohini College of Engineering and Technology. More than 500 students were donated blood and saved the life of the people throughout the world. All the students were actively participated in the blood donation camp and they also became aware of their own blood group. Dr. Geetha Caroline was the Chief guest. She gave a talk on importance of blood donation. Students were instigated to involve in blood donation by hearing her talk. Many students were registered their names for blood donaiton. This is one of the greatest achievement in the part of RRC.
Eye Screening Camp was also conducted as a part of RRC. Dr. Morrison Bejan Singh Eye Hospital was the Chief guest. The main aim of Eye Screening Camp was to be aware of eye defect. More than 800 students participated in Eye Screening Camp and got suggestion from Eye specialists.
The main aim of Nss is to do the welfare of the society and the country. As a part of NSS more than 50 student volunteers have been actively involved in social out reach programme. Students were taken to Siluvai Nagar and Vavathurai Village. These villages are in the coastal area.
The people in the village are economically backward and easily affected by TB. In order give awareness on TB, students met he villagers in their house and told them about the causes of TB. Miss. Regina, Primary Health Center Agasteeswaram, was the Chief guest. She gave a talk on “TB and its effects”. Students were given TB prospectus and they gave the prospectus to the Siluvai Nagar and Vavathurai villagers. Through this activity the village people got wareness on TB and they were very much benefitted by this programme. The President and the Secretary of Siluvai Nagar Village, appreciated the student volunteers for their social concern.