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Social Responsibilities

How can an individual become a socially responsible leader unless he is exposed towards the alarming issues of the society? To provide innovative, responsive and effective services, the Institute through its CSR cell conducts various activities for the community so as to develop socially responsible leaders, having empathy to give back to the society. Students and faculties actively participate in social activities like Blood donation, awareness and pledge for eye donation, skin donation and marrow donation.

To give a hand on experience in sales, every year as the new students join the Institute, they participate in sale of products made by under privilege children.

As these students complete one semester they are again send to work for social cause, for a month associating with different NGO, under our flagship event of “Yuva for Seva”. It is a social immersion activity of the CSR Cell, which encourages students to participate in various social responsibility programs pan India.

To bring happiness among deprived children of the society the students assemble donation from both faculty and students in the form of various gifts, in a box naming “Box of Happiness”, thus they learn to connect with the community in every possible way.

VESIM strongly believe in inculcating empathy among its young leaders towards contribution to society, and that facilitated in weaving a sense of social responsibility. In 2010, the CSR Cell was established as a resource to materialize our social responsibilities. Since inception, the Cell has fulfilled the commitment through various cooperative and social actions, as well as student and institutional initiatives, with utmost transparency and accountability.

Glimpses of Social Responsibility Initiatives Undertaken by the CSR Cell

Some endeavors of the CSR Cell are as follows:
  1. Blood Donation Camp: We believe a small act of kindness can make all the difference in the society. Every year, a blood donation camp is organized in association with Shri Hashu Advani Memorial Foundation Health Care & Thalassemia Center and Sion Hospital. Students are encouraged to donate blood, because we know a unit of blood can save 3 lives.
  2. Rural Aid: VESIM along with Seva International has participated in the live project for the development of rural tourism in Uttarakhand.
  3. Cleanliness Drive - Swacch Bharat Abhiyan: Swacch Bharat Abhiyan was the campaign launched by the Government of India to raise the awareness on cleanliness. In October 2016, VESIM launched a “Mission Clean Chembur” program, where more than 200 students contributed to the cause by cleaning roads and streets of Chembur. This helped us become a part of the large mission - a clean and healthy India.
  4. Donation Drive - Box of Happiness: It is a fundraising platform, where a small endowment is raised by students for underprivileged children. The endowment is forwarded to Goonj and Vatsalya Foundation, Mumbai.
  5. Organ Donation Awareness: “Gift of Life” outweighs all donations and endowments. Various organ donation awareness activities are organized in the campus. A stem cell register camp was organized by the CSR Cell in association with Marrow Donor Registry India (MDRI). The Cell also organized skin donation awareness lectures in association with National Burn Center, Airoli.
  6. On-field CSR Projects: The CSR Cell works with 50+ reputed NGO’s in India, including PAW, Seva Sahayog, Help Age India, etc.
 
Events Organized by the CSR Cell

Connect - 17: A CSR Seminar
Connect - 17, a prestigious 1-day seminar was organized in the VESIM Campus on March 1st, 2017. The event saw huge participation with 300 participations from various corporate organizations, 62 NGOs from all over Maharashtra, government officials, and colleges. The seminar was inaugurated by Hon. Cabinet Minister of Finance, Planning, and Forest Ministry - Shri. Sudhir Mungantiwar. The minister vowed students with his warm speech, and raised a hope for better governance in minds of NGO representatives.
 
NGO representatives shared their varying experiences and hurdles faced by them every day. These experiences were really heart touching, and government officials suggested solutions to overcome these difficulties. The Seminar coincided with poster making activities and several other small competitive programs.

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