EARN WHILE YOU LEARN
The "Earn while you learn" programme provides opportunities to the students to earn while they are learning, through part-time jobs. The main objective of the scheme is to develop a student as a multifaceted personality with academic excellence and a commitment to an egalitarian society. It inculcates in the student the idea that no work is big or small and develops a work culture with the right aptitude. Encourage young students to learn about dignity of labour. Prevent students from avoidable distractions and engage them in meaningful, positive activities.
It is not only a platform for students of various streams to financially support their studies but also to gain practical experience which would stand by them in their later career. It will help in a long way in understanding the value of money and money management in future. It will the students to make a decision whether to choose an alternate career or cement your their plans about the same career path. Following are some of the training sessions conducted by various departments and the students were really inspired and they have adopted it as a self employment and are earning from their learned skills.
Three day workshop on Fabric painting, acrylic painting, kalamkaari work, tie& dye, bathick printing and Block printing on 17th , 18th & 19th September2018, organised by Dept of Home Science in association with Pidilite Industries Ltd.
Two days workshop organised by Department of Home Science in association with Pidilite Industries on Shibori - Tie & Dye work , Mexican work, Lace work, Ikkat work, Spray painting and Zentangle work.
Certificate distribution to the workshop participants
Online Fabric Painting Workshop conducted by Dept of Home Science for the Final Year BSc Home Science students.
One week On - Job Training Course in Bakery & Confectionary (Basic & Advanced Levels), organised by Department of Home Science
Thawsthra , an exhibition cum sale on handmade items organized by the PG students of Home Science
DIY online workshop on up-cycled handmade rugs from used clothes organized by the Dept of Commerce
Three different types of Cloth bags (Zip type, big shoppers, and bags without zipping) making class organized by the Dept of Commerce
Workshop On "Paper Bag Making" Organized by Environmental Club.