ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CLUB

ED Club is an initiative of the Govt. of Kerala to develop the entrepreneurial talents among young minds. An entrepreneur is a person who has the initiative, skill and motivation to set up a business enterprise of his own and who always looks for high achievements. ED Clubs are set up in schools and colleges with a view to nurture the inborn entrepreneurial traits of students and to help them conceive business ideas of their own. The entrepreneurial exposure which students obtain from the trainings and the activities of the club will help them to start business in future.

Mr. Dominic Micheal

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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Nature Club – Bhoomitrasena

Students have an important role to play in preserving and protecting the environment. Many teenagers are the ones who pioneer the environmental practices like recycling and energy conservation in their homes

it is said that nature is the best teacher. It teaches us survival of the fittest and nourishes us in all aspects. Nature has endowed us with incredible assets like, biodiversity and natural resource. the conservation of these assets has become need of this time. It’s our responsibility to leave this p0lante in better shapes for the future generations than we found it.

On this call of nature, nature club of our collage RITHU– the rhythm of the nature with a noble cause is formed and inaugurated on in the year 2013. Nature club is indeed a dedicated program to   create awareness among the students, faculty and staff about nature and related issues. Nature club is the convergence of nature lovers, from various departments of Naipunnya School of Management to promote, monitor and operate the environmental and sustainable activities in the society, starting from collage campus with the novel objective of fascinating the skill development for environmental protection, promoting environmental awareness among all sections of society, spreading environmental education among students

OBJECTIVES:

  1. To sensitize, motive and educate students and staff about environment conservation
  2. To create awareness among society about environment and related issues.
  3. Organizing activities to reduce pollution in the district.
  4. Encouraging efforts to protect and conserve biodiversity in vicinage.
  5. Execution small scale project within the campus

contributing in environment awareness and conservation drives in collaboration with regional nature clubs and institutes

Mr. Renju Chandran

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Ms. Mary Joseph

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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CENTRE FOR GANDHIAN STUDIES

The centre for Gandhian studies exists to spread knowledge and understanding of life and work of Mahatma Gandhi. Its most important aim is to explain and demonstrate the continuing relevance Of Gandhi ‘s insights and actions today.

The unit serves to promote Gandhian views to the student’s community through various activities such as; organising multimedia presentations, Debates, Organising camps for self-employment training and other social activities.

Activists and thinkers of the younger generations in the world are looking to the alternative path that Gandhian showed, in the belief that his message and testament are of crucial significance to the survival of mankind.

Many thinkers and activists in the world today have begun to turn to the life, thoughts and methods of mahatma Gandhi to look for solutions that can take humanity in this direction. Many countries have witnessed popular movements for freedom, equality and peace which drew inspiration from the life and methods of Gandhi.

OBJECTIVES

The club ‘s main objective is to seek the attention of new generation who has been perspective point about the Mahatma and to inculcate the values, thoughts and life of Mahatma to the new upcoming generations.

The centre strives to propagate knowledge about the father of nation and the values and ideals that he upheld among the college fraternity as well as the community around.

The vision of the centre is carried out through the organisations of workshop, street play, cultural activities, quiz, and literary competition, exhibition, awareness programmes and other community outreach and extension programs.

FINANCIAL AID 

Every year University donates Rs 2000/- for club activities

Ms.

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Ms.

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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Sargavedi

A forum for literary creativity and the appreciation of arts, Sargavedi serves as a platform to nurture literary interests and talents among students. Students can interact with people of similar interests.

Mr. Dominic Micheal

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Ms. Mary P.K

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Ms. Sreelakshmi P.P

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Mr. Preeju Scaria

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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DEBATE CLUB

In the Debate club, member is provided with the opportunity to research and then discuss various controversial topical issues within a formal debating framework. Members are particularly encouraging to practice defending points of view which may be opposite believe about a topic. Other skills, such as active listening, immediate response and supporting ideas with evidence are also promoted.

OBJECTIVE

Debate club in initiated with an aim to develop and create a well-focused student community who has always want to be heard. Debate is considered as an art of winning others with a properly acquired set of skills. The main purpose of this club is to train them professionally.

FINANCIAL AID

ENTITLED PERSONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The club activities are authorized by Asst Professor Sankar and Asst Professor Treasa Maria Joy.

  •  Appointing and meeting with club administration committee
  •  knowing club's administrative policies and procedures
  •  working with club leaders
  •  Determining which best practices can strengthen club activities

 ACTIVITIES

  •  weekly debate competition will be conducted with the current topic. Group division will made as per the convenience of the co-ordinators
  •  Topics for the weekly debate competition will be randomly selected
  •  prizes will be announced prior to the competition and other students are allowed to attend the audience seats while the competition takes place
  •  Monthly major debate competition will be initiated with a prime topic in the main auditorium.
  • Special programme: – media covered debate session will be planned and executed in the near future by associating with any prime Tv news channel. The name planned for the event will be “We have to say” or as the decision of the co-ordinators

Mr.

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Ms.

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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ELECTROSL LITERACY CLUB

ELECTROSL LITERACY CLUB MANUAL

An Electoral literacy club is a platform to engage college students through interesting activities and hands on experience to sensitive them on their electoral right and familiarize them with the electoral process of registration and voting. ELCs are also present in schools and rural communities. ELC's were born out of the Election Commission’s project ' Mainstreaming of electoral literacy through educational institutions, organisations and communities in India' which aims to impart civic education to younger generation for encouraging robust electoral participation. Through ELC, election commission of India, aims at strengthening the culture of electoral participation among young and future voters.

OBJECTIVES

  1. To educate the target population about voter registration, electoral process and related matters through hands on experience;
  2. To familiarize participants about EVM and VVPT and educate them about robustness of EVM and integrity of electoral process using EVMs;
  3. To help the target audience to understand the value of their vote and exercise their suffrage right in a confident, comfortable and ethical manner;
  4. To harness the potential of ELC members for carrying the electoral literacy in communities;
  5. To facilitate voter registration for its members as they attain the age of 18;
  6. To develop a culture of electoral participation and maximize the informed and ethical voting and follow the principals 'every vote count ‘and 'no voters to be left behind'.

Duties of nodal officers

One or two teachers from the humanities department of the school will act as the nodal officers for the ELC. They will also act as convers for the respective ELC. The teachers will election duty experience should be given reference for this work .their job content will focus on:

  1. Coordinating with formation prescribed by the district election officers for the receipt of EL engagement resources’ resources for the students and teachers will provide online through other means by the district election officers.
  2. Facilitating training of teachers who will be conducting the ELC activities in the school on specific resources /tools.
  3. Guiding the teachers for conduct of the ELC activities.

Mr.

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Ms.

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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HEALTH CLUB

The college health club is a voluntary grouping at the graduation level in which pupils meet ,with the supervision of their teacher to learn ,discuss and take action on issues related to their health and wellbeing  whilst they are in college .The focus of the club is primarily on the health  of the pupils with emphasis on water ,sanitation  and Hygiene.

Children spend more than five (5) hours of each day in college. This makes the college an important place through which their health can be influenced positively. The health of children whilst they are in college is important because they are in their formidable age and poor health will impact negatively on growth and development including the child's ability to learn .Poor health affects the attendance and completion rate: Good health enhances academic performance .The concept of college health club is to provide children  an avenue to organize themselves to learn about issues that affect their health which enables them make informed decisions.

Objective of the Health Club?

The overall goal of the college health club is to promote effective through supporting pupils to increase their knowledge and understanding of health issues that affect them directly and guide them to adopt positive behaviour to prevent poor health.

Specific Objective of the Club is:

To promote hygienic lifestyle amongst pupils.

To increase pupil's knowledge and understanding of water, sanitation and hygiene issues

Mr. Jinnat Mathew

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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RED RIBBON CLUB

Basic Concepts of RRC:

  • Red Ribbon was created in 1991 by the Visual AIDS Artists Cauca’s
  • New York City, America the colour of red was then chosen as it symbolizes the colour of Blood, the idea of PASSION -not only ANGER by LOVE
  • The red ribbon was the international symbol of HIV/AIDS awareness
  • BY wearing a RED Ribbon – Care & concern for those living with HIV/AIDS
  • Support to organizations that care for the HIV/AIDS

What is RRC?

Red Ribbon Club (RRC) is a voluntary on campus intervention id being implemented in the higher Education institutions, aiming at heightening their risk perception and preventing HIV as well as promoting voluntary blood donation among youth between the age of 17-25 yrs. With Department of Higher Education, technical support from TANSACS

OBJECTIVES:

  1. To reduce new HIV infection among youth by raising their risk perception through awareness on sex, Sexuality and HIV & AIDS.
  2. TO induce among youth the spirit to help and support people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV)there by reducing stigma and discrimination against PLHIVs.
  3. To motivate youth and build their capacity as peer educators and change agents by developing their skills on leadership, negotiating, and team building,
  4. To promote Voluntary non-remunerated Blood Donation among youth

Mr. Binoj T.T

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Ms. Mareena Antony

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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Tourism Club: Kaazhcha

Tourism Club: KAAZHCHA

With an intention to promote tourism in the state of Kerala, Government of Kerala proposed that schools and colleges should form tourism club in the respective institutions. There should be a club coordinator, asst. co-ordinator (not mandatory) and a student secretary with all other members should plan and execute various tourism related activities inside and outside the college by the club every year.
As per the recommendation, a tourism club was formed in Naipunnya school of management, Cherthala in the year 2014. The club was named as " KAAZHCHA- A view to nature" in the year 2015 2016.
In the year 2015 January; a detailed club report was submitted to the DTPC (District Tourism Promotion Council) office, Alappuzha by the Kaazhcha tourism club. The DTPC, Alappuzha has sanctioned the activities presented in the report and a financial assistance of rupees four thousand approved for the club activities in the year 2016..
Every year, as part of the World Tourism Day (on September 27) and National Tourism Day (on January 25) celebrations, the club organizes various tourism activities and intra,.Inter collegiate competitions like hidden destination presentations, tourism quiz, poster designing, tourism theme related face painting, logo designing, blogging, essay writing, photography etc.
Apart from the competitions, the club organizes industrial experts (from tourism and hospitality sector) inter actions with the club members, tourism related seminars and presentations by eminent persons from the industry, orientation programmes, study visit to popular and unknown destinations, tourism-based community awareness programmes etc. Tourism club has helped to cultivate a right attitude towards tourism among the students. Since it is a field with immense job opportunities; students are very enthusiastic and are seriously interested to participate in the activities of the tourism club KAAZHCHA.

Objectives of the Club

1. To provide an awareness among the club members about the significance of tourism industry and it's wide potential.
2. To cultivate a right attitude towards tourism among the students.
3. To equip the club members to engage in tourism industry related practical operations.
4. To mould the club members as tourism professionals by engaging in different tourism related activities and events and be an asset of the industry.
5. To provide tour operation and guiding skills among the club members.
Authorized persons in the club
The club is functioning with the guidance of an experienced club coordinator, asst.club coordinator, a student club secretary, president, treasurer with all other club members.

Mr. Aravind G Nair

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Mr. Harikrishnan Mohan

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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Media Club - VOICE OF NAIPUNNYA

OBJECTIVE

 Voice of Naipunnya is the name of the radio station which aims to uplift the talent ones among the students. We aim to entertain the college during the break time through different programs.

 ACTIVITIES

Voice of Naipunnya conducts radio programs every working day of the college. The programs include songs, speeches, motivational talks, different announcements of college, instrumental music.

We are planning to organize a voice of Naipunnya Band by including the students who have new innovations ideas. We are also planning to conduct outdoor programs and competitions.

 MEMBERSHIP

Selected members from each class based on their interest in radio programs.

 TIME TO ACTIVITIES

The programs are conducting in the noon interval for 12:45 pm to 1:15 pm.

Ms. Roshan Bruce

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Mr. Deepak M

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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SAHELI - WOMEN’S CELL

Saheli is a forum for the women students in the campus. It serves as a platform to express views and develop self-reliance.

Dr. Anuja Raj

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Ms. Priyanka G

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Ms. Vidya P. Nair

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Ms. Kala P

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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Boys Club

Boys club is a platform for the boys in the campus that provides various programmes and social activities for their mental and physical development.

Mr. Denny David

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Mr. Jithin Babu

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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Management Club

The club offers presentation, management games and discussion related to marketing, finance and human resource.

Mr. Prasanth Kumar

Asso. Professor

Coordinator

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Brain Skill Club

The Brain Skill Centre is a forum for the overall development of the students. It organizes competitive programs and seminars.

Ms. Kavitha S

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Ms. Rosemary C.C

Asso. Professor

Coordinator

Mr. Denny David

Asso. Professor

Coordinator

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Cycling Club

The club encourages students and teachers to use cycle for purpose and leisure  with an aim to promote less pollutant alternative travel modes that are healthy for the people and environment, conduct professional cycling races, trips etc

Mr. Jinnat Mathew

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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Folklore Club

The club has been formed to impart knowledge about our folk culture and tradition in students.

Mr. Binoj T T

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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Teachers’ Club

The Aim of Teachers Club is to create harmony and cooperation among the faculty members in the college through various activities and programmes.

Mr. Manu M.U

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

Ms. Gayathri A

Asst. Professor

Coordinator

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