Celebrated International Hindi Day on 12th January 2021 by the Department of Hindi. The Chief Guest of the program was Dr. Amarnath Prajapati (Assistant Professor, Dept. Of Hindi, Karnataka State Akkamahadevi Women’s University Vijayapur. program was presided by the our beloved Principal Dr. A. N. Chattarki. All the faculty of the dept. of Hindi & students were presented.
NSS units Celebrated 158th Birth Anniversary of Youth icon Swami Vivekanand today on 12th January 2021 which is also celebrated as National Youth Day.Dr.A.N.Chattarki spoke on the role of youths in nation building. Dr. Ruqqia R H NSS Programme Officer and volunteers were present.
Department of Statistics of Anjuman Arts, Science, Commerce College and P.G. Studies in English, Vijayapur organised one day State level Statistics Faculty workshop under IQAC on “Quantitative Techniques in Research” in collaboration with BLDEA’s S. B. Arts & KCP Science College Vijayapur on 31st Dec. 2020 from 9-30 a.m. to 5-30 p.m.
Dr. U. S. Pujeri Vice principal, & NAAC Co-ordinator, BLDEA’s S. B. Arts & KCP Science College, Vijayapur, in his inaugural address highlighted the importance of statistics & data analysis in the field of research.
Key note Speaker Dr. U. K. Kulkarni Asso. Prof. Dept. Of Studies in education and Research, KSAMU, Vijayapur presented a topic “Quantitative Techniques in Research” and explained about types of data, scales & tests which will be used in research.
Dr. A. N. Chatarki , Principal and President of the workshop appreciated efforts of the team that organised state level workshop & address the participants about the importance of workshops in teaching carrier and by attending the workshops they can develop their teaching skills and professional relationships.
Prof (Smt.) S. M. Hanchinal HOD of Statistics,Programme co-ordinator welcomed & introduced the guests. Ingural session was concluded with vote of thanks by Dr. H. M. Mujavar HOD of statistics & organising Secretary of the workshop BLDEA’s S. B. Arts & KCP Science College Vijayapur
In I Session Dr. S. B. Madagi, Former Registrar ( evaluation) KSAMU Vijayapur, spoke on “Innovative Teaching Techniques in Statistics “and stressed to clear the basic concepts of statistics to the students and to use more applications relating to real life situations in teaching.
II Session was interactive Session. In this organising committee members decided to form District level and Sate level Statistics teachers Association. 35 delegates from various places participated in this workshop. The Workshop ended with formal Valedictory function.
The one day National level work shop on Research methodology and Data Analysis (A multi-disciplinary approach) was organised by department of Statistics on 4th Feb 2017 at 9-30 a.m. to 6-30 p.m. at Allama iqbal hall Anjuman Arts, Science, Commerce College and P.G. Studies in English. Vijayapur, Karnataka, India.
The workshop was inaugurated by Sri. Harsha Shetty, Commissioner of City Corporation, Vijayapur and key note Speaker Dr. S.B. Madagi Head, Dept. of Bio-informatics K.S.W.U., Vijayapur and Dr. Roshan Kazi, HOD, MBA Programme, Allana Institute of Management, Pune, Dr. R.A. Pathan, President and Principal of Anjuman Degree College, Vijayapur. The workshop was attended by 300 participants from various places.
All the participants who attended this workshop were students, research scholars and faculty members of various steams( Arts, Science, Commerce, BBA, BCA, LLB Medical, Management and Eng etc.) who were directly involved in research.
The workshop started with a formal inaugural session. The workshop was inaugurated by Sri. Harsha Shetty, City Corporation Commissioner, Vijayapur, in his inaugural address stressed the need for expertise in the field of Data Analysis for better and efficient governance. He praised the efforts of Anjuman College in this respect. He further highlighted the importance of Data Analysis at every level of governance. He said, all government plannings and budget preparation depends upon efficient data analysis wok by Dept. of Statistics. As a result such a statistical survey helped municipal authorities for initiating steps to install LED street lights, which not only saved electricity but also reduced financial burden.
Dr. S.B. Madagi, Head, Dept. Of bioinfometics KSWU Vijayapur. who was the keynote speaker of the function advised the participants about conducting research from long term currier prospective
Dr. R.A. Pathan, Principal and President of the workshop appreciated efforts of the team that organised national level workshop. Prof. (Smt) S.M. Hanchinal, Co- ordinator of the workshop welcomed the guests. The session concluded with a vote of thanks by Prof. Wajeed Peerjade.
About 295 participants participated in the workshop that concluded on 4th February 2017.
The technical session of the workshop was by Dr. Roshan Kazi, HOD, MBA Program, Allana Institute of Management, Pune introduced the participants to basic aspects of research, its importance and its characteristics. In his scholarly deliberation he explained the technicalities of Data Analysis.
The Anjuman Art’s, Science, Commerce College & PG Studies in English celebrated ‘World Human Rights Day’ on 10th December 2020 under IQAC initiative. The event was inaugurated by Dr.A.N.Chattarki, Principal of the college. He opined that celebration and spreading awareness of Human Rights is commendable. It encompasses all rights of an individual. Mrs. Roosevelt the 1st lady of the world contributed to the cause of human rights and Mrs.Hansaben Mehta also worked in the field of Human Rights and Gender Equality. He said that we can make a beginning by living upto the vision of equal rights and equal dignity of women. He also pointed out at the unfortunate series of incidents against women in the recent past throughout the world. The ideal way to commemorate Human Rights Day is to live up to the spirit of the sacred text of (UDHR) Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948. He also highlighted on children’s and laborer’s human rights. He praised the activities of NHRC in protecting the rights of the individuals.
Prof. M Maheen Guest Speaker expressed his views on ‘World Human Rights Day’. He said the whole world celebrates IHRD on 10th December every year except South Africa which celebrates on 21st March for their own political reasons. He opined that the UDHR is considered the foundation of the text of human and civil rights. He opined that the political parties and some organizations due to their vested interests are dividing the nation and violating human rights on religious basis. They are spoiling the spirit of brotherhood. Judiciary is not playing its own judiciously, people are not getting justice and losing faith in judiciary. No one should be arbitrarily deprived of the nationality, property, freedom of thought, conscience, religion etc. He also laid stress on corruption as one of the violations of the human rights. People are unaware of their human rights, awareness of the human rights among all is the need of the hour. He laid importance of human rights education, it is the moral education, it moldsone’s character and also responsibility to develop the personality of the youth. Human rights education should start from the school and college as education us the fundamental right and is essential to exercise other human rights. It empowers a person to lead a life of dignity. The concept of one nation, one language will be destroyed. The enemies of human rights should be recognized and eliminated. One should continuously make efforts to uplift the dignity of human rights by spreading awareness among the public in general.
Dr. Ruqqia R Hashmi Programme Coordinator, welcomed and introduced the guest speaker as well as proposed the vote of thanks. Dr. Syed Kalimulla Basheban initiated the event by verses of the Holy Quran. Shri. Suleman Hattarkihal gave technical assistance throughout the event. Dr. M A Gadyal -IQAC coordinator graced the occasion with his presence. More than 400 participants viewed and benefitted by understanding the need of human rights awareness in their daily life and the importance of celebrating this International Human Rights Day.
The Department of Political Science and N.C.C Unit of our college celebrated “INERTNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY-2020” on 10th December, 2020. Dr. A. N. Chattarki, Principal of our college was the chief guest of the function.
Dr.A.N. Chattarki highlighted the importance of the challenges facing the Human Rights such as communism, anti-secularism actions at present situation and its solutions. Dr. Saleem Desai stressed about the Human Rights & Director IQAC Dr. M. A. Gadyal presided over the function. Prof. MahammadGous Pitali, Head, Dept. of Political Science welcomed and introduced the chief guest. Prof. S.I.S Hameed N.C.C Co-ordinetor proposed a vote of thanks. Staff and students of the college attended the function.
On occasion of celebration of ConstitutionDay (Samvidhan Divas) on 26th November 2020 our institute organized an event. This year the Hon’ble President of India led the Nation to Read the Preamble of Constitution in India at 11:00am on 26th November 2020. Staff and students ware assembled to participate in the Preamble session, after this session Dr.A.N.Chattarki, Principal addressed the gathering, the introduction and welcome speech given by Prof.Mahammadgous Pitali. Once again the Preamble session was organized and it was lead by Alsaba Jagiradhar and its video Link and photographs uploaded to #SamvidhanDiwas,@PIB_India,@DDNewslive, @airnewsalerts and @MIB_India,https://kartavya.ugc.ac.in. The following are the video links of the event.
Dr.A.N.Chattarki- Principal Anjuman Degree College, teaching, non-teaching staff, volunteers and students took the COVID19 Pledge today in the College Campus. The oath taking ceremony was undertaken by Dr.Ruqqia.R.H NSS Program Officer.
The NSS units Celebrated the 151st Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhiji today. Swachchta abhiyan was undertaken by the Volunteers by cleaning the college campus. Dr.S.J.Jahagirdar NSS PO Unit-I highlighted the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi, Dr.Ruqqia.R.H NSS PO Unit-II proposed Vote of thanks, Km. Atiqur rahman initiated the celebrations by verses of the Holy Quran, Km.Hassanpatel Badeghar sang the NSS Songs, Dr.M.A Gadyal IQAC Coordinator graced the occasion.
Our college has two NSS Units, Unit I is headed by Dr.S.J.Jahagirdar and Unit II is headed by D Smt. Ruqqia.R.H. The NSS Units have conducted many activities inside and outside the college campus. The activities started in the month of June 2019 with the celebration of World Environment Day 2019 followed by various other activities like Celebration of World Yoga Day on 21st June 2019, enrolment of volunteers, etc.
The routine programmes consists of Orientation programme, Celebration of days like Yoga Day, Teachers day, Literacy day, Gandhi Jayanthi, NSS day, Sadbhavana Diwas, Swami Vivekananda Jayanti, Independence Day, Republic Day and other Special activities, like Special Camp, visits to slum areas, awareness on health and hygiene, etc.
Km.Sameer Mandroop, who attended STATE REPUBLIC DAY PARADE on 26th January 2019, was felicitated by NSS Cell RCUB on 4th October 2019 on the eve of NSS Golden Jubilee Celebrations at RCUB.
Our volunteers collected donation of Rs/-4000 only towards flood relief on 29th August 2019
On the celebration of NSS Foundation on September 24th 2019, Blood Grouping Camp was organised in which 107- Male Volunteers and 105 Female Volunteers participated.
Essay & Drawing Competition was organised by ASI Vijayapur under the auspices of Swachch Bharat Pakwada on 19th September 2019 at Golgumbaz campus. Km.Mohammadziya. Aralimatti of B.A 3rd sem received 3rd price in Essay competition.
Two volunteers Km. Shoyeb Akhtar Korti B.Sc 5th sem and Km. Abid Bagwan B.Sc 3rd sem participated in the quiz competition on the topic “Environment and water protection” organized by All India Radio Vijayapur on dated 30/11/2019
Hutatma Diwas was celebrated on 30th January 2020 in the college campus. Red Ribbon Club organized Quiz Competition on HIV/ AIDS in which Km. Abid Bagwan & Km.HassanPatel. Badeghar participated & Km. Km.HassanPatel Badeghar secured 2nd prize.
On 4th February 2020, an Eye Check-up camp was organised in which 238 no of students, staff, people from surrounding areas benefitted.
On 5th February 2020, Dr.Ruqqia.R.H, NSS PO participated in 1 day training on “Enhancing Knowledge & Skills of NSS Program Officers to educate community on Prevention & Control on common cancers at RCUB in association with Yenepoya (Deemed to be University) Mangalore.
Blood donation camp in collaboration with District Hospital Vijayapur was organised on 12th February 2020 in which 12 Male volunteers & 4 Female volunteers donated their blood.
Special camp was conducted from 27th February 2020 to 4th march 2020 at Dr.B.D.Jatti, College of Education, Afzalpur Takke,Vijayapur.
On 9th June 2020 saplings were planted in the college campus to mark the World Environment Day and Masks were distributed to the staff, students and the public in general to prevent themselves from COVID19.
On 21st June 2020, World Yoga Day was celebrated.
On the first day of NSS SPECIAL CAMP(Inauguration) the NSS volunteers gathered at Anjuman College campus at 6:30 a.m. and necessary equipments of the Camp loaded on the bus by NSS volunteers and there were two trips made to take NSS volunteers boys and girls separately.
Authorities of Dr B.D. Jatti College of Education welcomed the NSS programme officers and volunteers and permitted the use of their College campus for NSS special camp.
Later we all went to socio-economic health survey in the surrounding areas and came to know the economic and health conditions of the people.
After returning from survey, Lunch was distributed among all. After lunch, the nssspecial camp activities were inaugurated by Shri HashimpeerWalikar “State president of human rights commission”. He spoke at the length of the activities of NSS volunteers in the day today life activities. Later, C.M. Addaki principle of B.D Jatti College of education was chief guest who encouraged NSS volunteers to provide services for the development of Nation. The president of the function , our beloved Principal of Anjuman Degree College DrZ.S.Qureshi sir motivated NSS volunteers to render the services as and when needed.
The day ended with cultural activities.
After yoga, the next day after shramdan there was campus cleaning under the guidance of NSS programme officers. Later, Dr S.T Merwade principal of BLDE’s Arts, Commerce Basaveshwara college of BasavanaBagewadi spoke on the importance of higher education. After him,Dr Yusuf Choudhary (BDS) social worker, orator spoke on the impact of present situation on youths.
The next day after yoga Shri A.K Bagwan stressed on the “Why to vote”?
On the same day rally was organised on HIV and its prevention which was taken out in the surrounding areas.
The next day free eye check up camp was organised in collaboration with Anugraha Eye Hospital Vijaypur, in which 150 people got benefited. On the same day NSS volunteer presented their views on the topic” Role of youth in rural reconstruction”Or”Youth for National integration and social harmony”
The next day all NSS volunteers after shramdan went to nearby government school for swachata under the guidance of NSS programme officers after returning cultural activities started in which all volunteers exhibited their talent. NSS Volunteers’ brought awareness on “PREVENTION OF HIV,AIDS” by performing NukkadNataka among the people of the areas at AfzalpurTakke
On the sixth day of camp DrSurendra Kumar sir gave basic knowledge of first aid. Every day in the cultural activities all the volunteers exhibited the immense talent, had nutritious breakfast and healthy lunch which boosted power energy to perform better. Camp fire on 6th days was conducted where all the Volunteers , Program Officers and other staff participated in Deepotsava and sang NSS & Patriotic songs. It was really an illuminating night.
We are very fortunate to be a part of NSS here, we got an opportunity to develop our all personality &we also got the ideas to provide selfless services and keeping us the motto of NSS, “Not me but You“. Jai Hind.