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Looking for ways to get involved on campus and make a difference in the world? Join a student club at AM Jain College! Our clubs are designed to help students explore their passions, develop leadership skills, and engage with the world around them. From environmental activism to promoting health and wellness, our clubs offer a wide range of opportunities for students to get involved and make a positive impact. As a club member, you'll have the chance to collaborate with peers, build valuable skills, and leave a lasting mark on the community. Join a club and discover the many ways you can make your mark at AMJC.
A charity program working for a hunger-free society was started by the Management on 9th June 2022 in association with RYA Madras Metro Trust. This club feeds needy people of all ages through RYA Trust which offers the collected rice as meals to needy institutions across Chennai city and surroundings. It is a collective measure to create a starvation-free environment. This initiative teaches students the happiness of giving. Raw materials for primary needs are collected by staff and students to be handed over to the needy public. This activity goes up to April from April. An act of donating also happens with this to fulfill the needy completely.
WOMEN DEVELOPMENT CELL
AMJC Women Development Cell is a vibrant and incessantly active collaboration of students, faculty, and staff endeavour to create a more inclusive, tolerant, and gender-sensitized community within the campus as well as in society.
A workshop on hygiene & health for women was conducted on 5th November 2022 Dr.R.ARTHI MBBS (Senior Medical Officer Greater Chennai Corporation) graced the occasion.
Puthumai Penn registration took place all through November.
Smart Girl Workshop was conducted on 24thJanuary 2023 & 25/01/2023. Ms. V. BELSINI GLADSHIYA (Assistant Professor Department of Computer Science Agurchand Manmull Jain College) was the Resource Person.
Personality Development Workshop was organized on 25th January 2023 Ms. ARSHI C SHIYAL (Trainer - Rexona Confidence Academy Hindustan Unilever LTD) was the guest of honour.
AMJC celebrated International Women’s Day on 10thMarch 2023. Dr. SUMATHI NARAYANAN (President of the Creative Communication and Management Centre) took the dais as speaker.
AMJC started SEED club in the year… EDC was initiated to ignite the Entrepreneurial and professional talent in the students. The Goal of the SEED (Entrepreneurship Development Cell) is to close the gap between business and academia. The cell engages in a variety of activities for student growth where the student gains corporate experience while they are studying and fosters an entrepreneurial attitude. This club makes it possible for students to develop their capabilities and match themselves with the industry.
The cell would function in three ways:
1. Creating awareness through the management and IT industry visits.
2. Increasing abilities
3. Developing attitudes
Initiatives of SEED
An ice cream parlour opening was opened on 19thDecember 2022 on the campus.
A camp on Aadhar error rectification and applying for a new Aadhar form 19th December 2022 till 22nd December 2022.
MEGA ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMME 2023 was organized by The Self-Reliant Bharat Mission on Feb 4th,2023. Dr. M.A.M.R MUTHIAH, Chairman & Managing Director, of Chettinad Cement Group enlightened the Importance of Entrepreneurship, and Dr. VIDYA SUNDARARAJAN, Eminent Scientist, Head of Planning & Human Resource Management Division, IGCAR, GOI briefly explained the opportunity of choosing research and development as a career option.
A non-funded service club to inculcate compassion and develop human values in young students. To wake up young adults to share kindliness and compassionate emotions towards all living beings and plants and to be socially concerned and tolerant.
Goshala visit: Sree Venkata Krishnan Go Samrakshana Sala in Pallikaranai on 13th Feb 2023. The purpose was to instill concern in young minds to conserve Indian cow breeds from extinction and hand over this treasure to the next generation.
A donation was offered for one-time feed for all the cattle for that day. Students were taught to prepare the cow feed and were allowed to offer.
Environmental Awareness Program was conducted on Tackling Environmental challenges on 21st February 2023. Dr.M.G. EBBIE, Assistant Professor, Department of Botany, Presidency College. He spoke about Elephants as the gardeners of the forest. He further enlightened students about how the changes that humans cause to the environment directly impact animals.
An awareness program on the Relevance of Vegetarianism in the Modern Era was conducted on 25th February, 2023 . Smt. Lakshmi Neelakantan, Ex.CEO, Karuna International.
Exhibition about Animal Cruelty in AMJCIAN Bazaar on 25th February 2023
Students displayed Chart works, Slogans, posters, and videos covering on “Treat animals with kindness, not cruelty”.
Rotaract Club Shift - I
Rotaract Club is a non-profit organization run for the benefit of the common public through our students. This is a youth program actively run by AMJC with a group of enthusiastic students to pool up challenges, solutions, and ideas to face them and cultivate leadership through their actions.
Citizen Consumer Club
AMJC formulated the plan of installing the Consumer Club to bring awareness, knowledge, and skills relating to consumer rights among our college students and to impart knowledge on product standards, product quality, and about markets. A series of events are conducted annually to imbibe updated knowledge related to consumer law and rights.
Youth Red Cross
The youth red cross club of AMJC was started in the year…. It acts to imbibe knowledge and concern for general health and volunteer themselves into civic responsibilities. Thus, students, inculcate self-discipline.
Inauguration photos of Consumer Club
The inauguration and Orientation program was conducted on…. R.Manickam District Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society Chengalpattu District explained to the students about the founder and the history of YRC.
AMJC Youth Red Cross club conducted a BLOOD DONATION CAMP on 10th February 2023. Donors were monitored on their age, weight, haemoglobin level, blood pressure, etc. 128 students and staff donated blood. They were given certificates and healthy snacks were distributed to boost their energy level.
Red Ribbon Club
As part of extension activities, the Red Ribbon Club of AMJC educates youth on the awareness to eradicate the myth and misconceptions about the plight of diseases like HIV, AIDS, and other STDs. Thus, sensitize them to celebrate the life of affected people through their care and support to aid and support their living. Students take initiatives to reduce the stigma and discrimination against the affected people through awareness.
Celebrating Life-An awareness program on 27th February 2023. Mrs. Bharani discussed fundamental information on STD, HIV and AIDS, and blood donation awareness.
Mr. Muthumanikandan educated students about the necessity of personal principles and the role of media, gender, and society. Mrs. Suja and Mr. Venkatasubramaniam also enlightened students on self-evaluation, self-limitation, and the management of life skills.
EVENT - BLOOD DONATION CAMP
Red Ribbon Club in collaboration with Madras Spice Ladies Circle – 133 and VHS Blood Bank Centre Organized a Blood donation camp on 13th April 2023 at Mahaveer Gyan Bhavan Auditiorium of Agurchand Manmull Jain college. The donated blood is especially for Thalassemia affected children who require change in blood every 21 days as the blood lacks the capacity to rejuvenate itself. The RRC Club members encouraged student’s participation by emphasizing the donated blood saves the life of many thalassemia affected children life. The VHS blood bank team arrived at the auditorium at 9am with Dr. Devaraj (MBBS) and Dr. M. Varatharajan (MBBS) and Nurses M/s. Bharathi and Mr. Mohammed Armaan and a councilor M/s Vasantha along with technicians and attenders. Our college principal was one of the donor at the start of the camp. Totally 54 volunteers came forward to donate the blood during the camp which includes teaching, non-teaching staff and student’s donors. The VHS Blood Centre team checked the weight and the hemoglobin of the donors before donating the blood. Most of the donors were the First time donors. The blood donors were given refreshments by the VHS Blood Centre team to reenergize themselves. Blood donation certificates were
distributed to all the donors as a token of appreciation by VHS blood Centre (A Unit of Voluntary Health Services, Madras, T.T.T.I. Post) The camp concluded at 5pm. The College Management provided refreshment to the VHS blood bank Centre team of 11 members. It was heartwarming end the camp as the Red Ribbon Club members thanked the VHS Blood Bank team for their gracious Cooperation. The program was made a grand success. We thank the management for the great opportunity rendered.
Rotract club Hair Donation Drive
Total 700 girls and 52 boys donated hair for cancer patients on 22nd February 2023 at Agurchand Manmull Jain College, Meenambakkam. The event was organized by Rotaract Club of Blue Whales and A. M. Jain College. The program was inaugurated by Rtn. Vinod Saraogi, Hon. Consul, Republic of Uganda and Valedictory address was delivered by Rtn. K. P. Srikumar, President, Rotary Club of Madras Central. The event was graced by Dr. N. Venkataramanan, Principal, A. M. Jain College and Dr. M. M. Ramya, Dean.
The wigs will be donated to Cancer afflicted patients. The event was supported by Naturals and Cherian Foundation sponsored by Go Colors.