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Women Empowerment is the need of the hour : Dr. Chordiya

     

We are moving in the 21st century. Equality of men and women are the culture in our country. Because of this the empowerment of women is the need of the hour. That was their sincere efforts to empower women in the family and training fashion designing with subject, the Group of Suryadatta Institute founder and President Dr. Sanjay choradiya said today.
On behalf of the Group of the Suryadatta Institute and Rushikesh Sutar, Chandrakant Gogavale, Jyoti Konde had organized a month of training in fashion designing for women and girls from economically backward families. Fashion design training imparted to over 160 women, as a part of Suryadatta edu-socio initiative (women empowerment) Dr. Chordiya said. The MNS Pune City President Hemant Sambhus, Jyoti Konde and Chandrakant Gogawale, Rushikesh Sutar, Prof. Fulchand Chate and Coach Kalpana Shinde were present on this occasion.
Economically backward women and girls have got the confidence through this training. In this field of Apparel and Garment stitching or fashion designing, 100 designs of jewelry designing, jam and jelly making, making of 36 types of spices, spoken English (for auto rickshaw drivers, railway cools) Baking classes, IT classes for senior citizens. Although the need for education and skills along with the knowledge and practical educated person in today's world. If a woman is competent then she is able to do her family competent. ‘The institutions and faith Suryadatta Institute and Rushikesh Sutar, Chandrakant Gogawale, Jyoti Konde was taken jointly training classes of fashion Designing’, the Dr. Chordiya said.
These activities will strengthen women's financial strength. Suryadatta Institute has always implemented these kinds of activities. That is appreciating. From these activities women’s can definitely lead to ‘ache din’, Said Hemant Shambhus.
‘Recognizing the need for society to this initiative. The best way for women's economic empowerment’, said Prof.Fulchand Chate.
Rushikesh Sutar and Chandrakant Gogawale express their thoughts on this occasion. The program was anchored by Jyoti Konde.

Suryadatta sculpts better Human Beings through humanitarian deeds;’ through Edu-Socio-Connect program says- Mr. Dhiraj Ghate

    

Through his nobles actions Dr. Sanjay B. Chordiya, Founder, Presidents & Chairman of Suryadatta Group of Institutes, who is believer of “Education to All”, always shows the way to follow his footsteps and inspires to outreach the needy deserving people of the society.

This year Dr. Sanjay  B. Chordiya and his daughter Dr. Kimya Chordiya’s Birthday was celebrated in a unique manner on the very opening day of the School and Junior College; 16th June 2016, by distributing school bags containing 10 Note Books & a compass box to 200 needy students from draught affected areas of Maharashtra. The generosity was executed through the students of Suryadatta National School, Bavdhan. (CBSE Affiliated).

The very purpose of doing so is while extending the help, the young minds also should learn a lesson & emulate it when they are capable to do so. This indeed is a ‘Sanskar’; the Enculturation, which will be imbibed by the young generation of India.

Apparently the gesture may be monetarily evaluated as a small step but philosophically it is a step of ‘Vamna’, covering the entire universe. It is the squirrel’s help to Lord Rama in building the bridge across the ocean.

On this occasion, Shri Dhiraj Ghate, President of Sane Guruji Mandal, who was the chief guest  recalled how he is associated with Dr. Chordiya’s Social work since the inception of Suryadatta Group of Institutes. He recalled that Suraydatta was pioneer in starting IT classes for the students in 1999 when the technology was new. He also said that at that time stalwarts like Mr. Nitin Gadkari and Mr. Manohar Parrikar had praised the social initiatives taken by Suryadatta Group of Institutes. Mr. Dhiraj Ghate emphasized that this is not an event but a moment which will continue in the draught situation in Maharashtra is totally eradicated.

He further elaborated that to commemorate the 125th Birth Anniversary of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, the key creator of Indian Constitution it was pledged to reach and help 1,25,000 economically challenged  students, belonging to farmers families from the draught affected areas of Latur, Beed, Vidarbha, Marathwada, to complete their education by providing them notebooks, school bags, stationary etc. which is their day to day requirement for the study purpose. He announced proudly that so far study material of worth Rs. 25,00,000/- has been collected and in the month of July it will be given to the above category students at the hands of honorable Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri Devendra Fadanvis.

Mr. Dhiraj Ghate cited few of his experiences of how students have stopped the celebrations of their birthdays or young generation stopped unwanted undesired expenditure of their marriage celebration and donated that part of sum for helping the draught affected students. After listening to such stories many students and teachers from Suryadatta vowed that they too will celebrate their special occasions by donating for such noble cause.

Dr. Sanjay. B. Chordiya appealed that each organization and its members should extend help to best of their capacity for economically challenged and needy students. This will help to reduce the imbalance among the students belonging to different strata of the society.  

Dr. Kimaya Chordiya (M.D.) expressed her feelings by saying that celebrating the birthday in such manner has given her inner satisfaction and sense of belonging to the down trodden part of the society. She says that this is her art of living. 

Earlier in Dec 2015 Dr. S.B.Chordiya has motivated the student of Suryadatta Group of Institutes to collect food grains for the draught affected the farmer families of Maharashtra. The Collected Grains were sent to the needy, rural pockets of the Maharashtra through the Gram Panchayat members of Bavdhan.

Dr. Sanjay. B. Chordiya propagates, “It is essential to build better character in students to make them better Human Beings and thus to transform our future young aspirators into efficient and effective Managers, Leaders & Entrepreneurs”.  

Dr. Sanjay B. Chordiya gave oath to his students by saying to draught affected students,

“ I learn, you also should learn”
“I have, u also should have”
“I Deserve, u also should deserve”

For his humanitarian deeds executed through students of Suryadatta Group of Institutes, we must salute the idea & Intention of such activities and say, “Chordiya Sir your institute is right place to sculpt out perfect Human Beings who will be the bright future of this country.”

National Service Scheme (NSS)

  
National Service Scheme (NSS) was introduced by the Savitribai Phule Pune University in 1969. Since then it has been playing a vital role in enriching the souls and minds of the students of the university. The overall objective of this scheme is ‘Education and Service’ to the community and by the community. It is a program for students to cater to the needs of the community, as and when required. The students joining this scheme develop many behaviorial interactive skills. They visit the rural areas as NSS volunteers during the camps organized by the concerned colleges or departments of the university. Thus the ultimate goal of the scheme is to strive to inculcate the bond of patriotism, national integration, brotherhood, communal harmony among these volunteers.

The NSS Wing of Suryadatta College of Hospitality Management and Travel Tourism (SCHMTT) & Suryadatta College of Management Information and Research Technology,(SCMIRT) Bavdhan ,Pune conducted a seven days Special residential winter camp at Bhugaon Village. The Camp started on 19th January 2016 and ended on 25th January 2016. Two teams of 25 students from SCHMTT and SCMIRT respectively were part of the camp.  The faculty responsible was Prof Ulhas Chaudhari, Prof Jyoti Gaekwad and Prof Jaywant Bhumkar

The Camp was conducted as per guidelines given by the National Service Scheme department of SPPU, Pune. It was inaugurated by the Sarpanch and Principal of Bhugao Zilha Parishad School. In the afternoon the School premises was cleaned by the students.

The next day the NSS volunteers (faculty and students) went to the old temple on the hillside near the Lake and cleaned the temple and lake side. They collected all the plastic and garbage and disposed it.In the afternoon a Rally on road safety was conducted as an awareness program for the villagers. The students displayed posters on road safety at the main road of Bhugaon.

 Other programs conducted during the Camp were- rally on “Beti Bachao – Beti Padhao”( Save the girl child- Educate the girl Child), street plays in village and school on “Nasha Mukti”( Freedom from alcoholism) and cultural shows for the school children. Coloring of stones as road marking on the main road and conducting various surveys for Gram panchayat. Cleaning Public places, “Plastic Mukt Gaon Abhiyan”(A plastic free village campaign), Tree plantation at Temple, Construction of “Compost pit” in the School and painting of plants in the  School ground and in front of gram panchayat.

The Gram panchayat   appreciated the good work of the NSS volunteers and faculty and issued certificates for the same.This camp brought great happiness to the students as they had contributed willingly for the betterment of the society .

 

 

BAKERY WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN OF RURAL AREA as Edu Socio Connect / CSR activity

  

As a responsible corporate citizen and educational Institution, Suryadatta Group of Institutes does not lag behind in promoting various social awareness programs and sensitizing and educating its students to be good corporate citizens. Every year, a minimum of 3 to 4 such programs are organized. Through its Edu Socio Connect, Suryadatta has been enabling sustainable development for the benefit of society.

Suryadatta College Of Hospitality Management, Travel And Tourism, Pune with an idea of empowering women and making them 'self independent' organized a ‘Workshop on Bakery’.The women were taught how to make cookies, cake and bread. They were also explained the importance of hygiene and storage temperatures. All the women eagerly participated in the workshop and were very pleased to learn how to make the products which till date they had only bought from shops. They said they were happy that they could now make the products themselves and also use this skill to become self employed.

All the participants were awarded certificates by the Chairman and Founder President Dr Sanjay B Chordiya and Mrs Sushma Chordiya.

400 students from Suryadatta Group of Institutes participate in Rice Crop Plantation organized by Vanarai

Students of Suryadatta Group of Institutes  clasp Mother Nature,  Nurtures the Nurturer

Defining education and environment as the pillars of a budding society, the Suryadatta Group of Institutes group participated in a rural socio initiative of rice crop plantation in a rural area of Vinzar, Dist Velhe close to Pune organized by Vanarai. This program is a part of Suryadatta Edu Socio Initiative where around 400 students of Management, IT and Hotel Management of the Suryadatta Group of Institutes executed this unique and enriching program of Rice Crop Plantation in association with Vanarai which offers support to farmers of the country. The students worked with dedication throughout the day and planted rice crop in 40 farms in a single day to help the farmers.

This initiative intended to offer support to the farmers of the district and also aimed to create a sense of social responsibility among the students of the institute. Students from Suryadatta came together to take this initiative forward and extended a helping hand to the farmers for rice plantation. Monsoon acts as a supporting season in this environment for the growth of rice but due to lack of manpower, these farmers were unable to carry out plantation across the farms. A group of about five to seven students worked in consultation with farmers for trans plantation of rice. Farmers and the villagers were highly appreciative of the efforts by the students and were thankful to the college for the contribution. As Suryadatta continues to stride ahead in realizing the aspirations of its students and its mission, they remain conscious of their responsibility towards the society. Such initiatives give them the sense of fulfillment and also enable them to make a difference in the lives of people