SVHEC CLUBS & CELL
National Service Scheme (NSS)
•Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities.
•Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility Understand themselves in relation to their community.
•Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes.
•Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and practice national integration and social harmony.
•Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems.
•Gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
Role and Responsibilities
•To identify the best students in each department to do some social activities.
•To conduct various social activities and Awareness Programmes such as Tree Plantation, Blood Donation Camp, Voters day Awareness Rally, Ozone Layer Protection Awareness Rally, Drug Abuse Awareness Programme, World AIDS Day Awareness Programme etc.in every year.
•Help the students to overcome stress or fear.
•To help weaker /physically challenged students.
•To conduct various self motivational Programmes for students.
•To adopt any village to develop.
Women Empowerment Cell(WEC)
The Women Empowerment Cell (WEC) has been established in the institution on 13.12.2011. The main objective of the cell is to enhance the understanding of issues related to women and to make the college campus a safe place for women students. It also provides a platform for women to share their experience and views regarding their status in the society and suggest ways to empower themselves. Aiming at intellectual and social upliftment of the female students, the cell stands for facilitating women empowerment through Seminar, Role play, Street play, Games, awareness programmes and other welfare activities.
•To provide a safe environment for girl students and women employees.
•To establish a cell for the empowerment of women.
•To educate the establishment towards gender sensitization.
•To organize various programs on gender sensitization
•To provide a 24 hours helpline.
•In order to facilitate and to assist the girls’ students and women employees, 24 hours helpline and help desks are provided. The help desk is available at the main security.
Right To Information Cell (RTI)
The Right to Information Act 2005, has been enacted by the Parliament and has come into force from 15th June, 2005. The Right to information cell was established in the college in the year of 2013. It provides information transparently about the institution, faculty, and students to all the stake holders and provides free sharable information about the institution.
Roles and Responsibilities
•Particulars of organization, functions and duties.
•Powers and duties of Management and employees.
•Procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability.
•Norms set by it for the discharge of its functions.
•The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions.
•Statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control
•Statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the students, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for students.
•The Names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers and members.
Youth Red Cross (YRC)
The Red Cross Society is a worldwide, well known, universally accepted, admired and internationally identified humanitarian service organization. It was first established in 1863 in Geneva, Switzerland. Youth represent a substantial part of the membership of Red Cross for its humanitarian commitment. Young volunteers can make a significant contribution to meeting the needs of the most vulnerable people within their local communities through Youth Red Cross programme.
This has been designed to involve young people as much as possible in the movement and its activities not only as workers and also as beneficiaries, but as partners in management. It was established in the academic year 2011-2012 as per order of the Government of Tamil Nadu.
Red Ribbon Club (RRC)
Red Ribbon is the international symbol of HIV and AIDS awareness. It is being worn by increasing number of people around the world to demonstrate their care and concern about HIV and AIDS -for those who are living with HIV, for those who are ill, for those who have died and for those who care for and support those directly affected.
The Red Ribbon offers a symbol of hope and support for those living with HIV, for the continuing education of those not infected, for maximum efforts to find effective treatments, cures or vaccines and for those who have lost friends, family members or loved ones to AIDS. But the Red Ribbons are not enough. The Red Ribbon is only a useful symbol in the long run, when attached to words and deeds that actually make a difference.
If someone is offered a Red Ribbon, he is asked to take it and wear it as a tribute to the millions of people living with or affected by HIV / AIDS worldwide. Anyone can wear a Red Ribbon. There is no ‘official’ Red Ribbon. You can make your own to wear.
Wearing a Red Ribbon is the first step in the fight against HIV / AIDS. It can be worn on any day of the year, but especially on World AIDS Day (i.e. 1st December). The next step is to do something more for those suffering from HIV / AIDS.
The READERS CLUB is an association of the library for the people who have the passion for reading. The club is open
to both staff and students with effect from 20.02.2016.The motto of the club is to encourage students to read more books.
The objectives of the clubs are as follows
•Encourage reading habit.
•Make reading a social experience as well as an individual activity.
•A chance to see others in a new way.
•Organizing regular basis invited talk and interaction session from the various writers columnists and authors.
•Organizing various competitions at different levels.
Cultural & Fine Arts Club
Clubs play a major role of college life. A club is a group of students organized with a similar interest for a social, literary or other common purpose. Students have the opportunity and choose to join these groups for pursuit of individual interests, career networking opportunities, leadership skills development and social networking.
Students Clubs and Associations have been established to develop and nurture leadership qualities among the students. The Cultural & Fine Arts club was established during the academic year 2014-15.
Consumer ClubThe Student Consumer Club facilitates the need for creating consumer awareness among students. The club conducting workshops and awareness programs about Consumer Responsibilities & Rights, Food Safety, Hospitals and Patients Rights, Transport, Insurance, Consumer Durables, Digital Technologies and Consumer Protection Act.
In order to create awareness among the students and general public in villages around the college about Environment friendly renewable energy technologies, it is the need for a common platform for students to come together and turn their concern into action, which brought the Energy club into existence. A group of energy conscious students with the backing of the faculty decided to start a formal club on 17.09.2016 and combine the ideas and concern of students across campus into tangible steps towards creating awareness in energy conservation.
The responsibility of this club is to create awareness about New and Renewable Energy Sources among students and staff and inculcate the habit of energy conservation among the Indian Public. Workshops, Field Visit, GuestLectures, Seminars etc are the activities proposed to be conducted to create awareness among the students and staff on various renewable energy sources.
Equal Opportunity Cell
India is a country with lots of diversity and inequalities. Hence it becomes necessary to have proper policies & institutional mechanisms to promote inclusive growth. With this in mind, Shree Venkateshwara Hi-Tech Engineering College established the Equal Opportunity Cell in the year 2018-2019. The basic aim of the cell is to ensure that staff, students and faculty members from various diverse backgrounds of community, religion, region, gender or ability are not deprived of their rightful opportunities.Objectives of Equal Opportunity Cell
Entrepreneurship Development Cell
Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) was established on its own initiative, support of management in the year 2012 with a view to promote entrepreneurship culture and self-employment amongst Engineering and MBA students. It has been actively conducting programs in entrepreneurship with concerted initiatives to promote entrepreneurship among the students. It aims to develop an entrepreneurial spirit among the youth and to become a support system for translating their latent ideas into manifest action. The cell also aims at becoming one of its kind in actively mentoring, launching and supporting today's youth to realize their dreams through holistic approach and hence make a meaningful contribution to the socio-economic development of our country.Objectives
Minority cell of the college was established in the year 2019 with the principle of empowering the minority communities in the college. “Each student has a right of education” by following the fact our institutes is very much keen to provide services to the learning and cultural needs of the Minority community along with other caste, faith and Nationality. The Minority Cell basically helps minority students including Christian, Muslim, Jain, Buddhists etc. for their academic development. The major purpose is to bring the students of minority community at equality with the main stream student body. Teachers with skill and specialized knowledge are invited to propose classes and assist students in all subjects.
The following are the Objectives of Minority Cell functioning in our College :
• To ensure protection and reservation as provided in the constitution of India.
• To encourage enrolling for career orientation programs which would make powerful and furnish them with the necessary skills to choose a career options?
• To provide prompt counseling for any disturbing emergencies arising on account of any event at the campus.
• To take such follow up measures for achieving the objectives and targets laid down for the purpose by the Government of India and the UGC.
• To get enhanced and equal opportunities for education of minorities.
• To assist financial support to students from minority communities from governmental agencies and other sources.
• To awake the minority students regarding various scholarships program of State Government and UGC.
• To ensure an environment where all such students feel safe and secure.
The Nature of Activities of the Cell :
• The Cell is dedicated to provide assist to the minority students through counseling, personality development, development of communication skill and preliminary classes for professional and employment purposes etc.
• The Cell is actively engaged in coordinating and resolves the problems in the matter of conduct of coaching and other procedures with a view to see that the education system succeeds in bringing to a level quantitatively as well as qualitatively indistinguishable from the level of the rest of the society.
• To circulate State Government and UGC’s decisions about Various scholarship programs.
• To collect reports and information of State Government and UGC’s guidelines on various aspects of learning, employment of minority students.
• To communicate with the students and motivate them for better upcoming planning
Other Backward Class Cell
The OBC Cell in the college was established in 2018 with the purpose to empower the OBC students. The college takes special interest in facilitating financial support to students from these communities from government agencies and other sources. The cell is always engaged to solve the various problems of OBC students. The OBC cell aims at assisting students in improving all aspect including their academic performances and optimizing their development in their personal and social life at the college and the community.
Objectives of Other Backward Class Cell
•To maintain social relationship among the admitted students in the college and resolve issues, grievances, representations etc.
•To council and guide OBC students about various issues and help them to manage academic activities.
•Explore redressal mechanisms and provisions for remedial coaching, counseling etc.,
•To coordinate through university with Government (state & central), UGC and such other organizations to avail scholarships/other financial benefits for OBC students.
•To circulate State Government and University Grants Commission’s decision and to collect regularly, information regarding course wise admissions to candidates belonging to the OBC.
Functions of Other Backward Class Cell
•The committee meets twice a year and submits annual report to the Head of the Institution on OBC students admitted against reservation norms, admitted in general category, complaints and references reported by the students, relationship environment, facilities for girl students, financial assistances received from the state and central governments etc.
•To make the OBC students aware of the government orders on various aspects of education, trainning and employment opportunities.
•To organize and monitor special coaching/training programs in the college for OBC students to prepare them for various competitive examinations conducted at state and national level.
•To implement, monitor and evaluate continuously the reservation policy and programmes of the Government of India and UGC.
•To ensure provisions for an environment where all such students feel safe and secure.
In this competitive world, Good communication skill is very much essential for students to succeed both academically and professionally. Toastmaster Club provides a platform for students to practice English in a relaxed and friendly environment. The club allows students to develop their oral communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth. It also provides students with vital training to make them equip with skills needed for their employability and helps them develop their proficiency in English. Toastmasters club was established in the year 2015-16
Objectives of Toastmasters Club
•To enhance communication skills.
•To Foster creativity and innovation.
•To develop vocabulary for better communication.
•To make Employability Graduates
•To face job interviews confidently and competently.
Objectives Of Tamil Mandram
•To develop the interest in Tamil language among engineering students.
•To appreciate and develop Tamil culture .
•To bridge gap between technical knowledge and Tamil language.
•To disseminate engineering knowledge to the common people in simple Tamil
Eco & Environmental Enginneering Club
•We know that we are an integral part of the Environment we live in and the solution to many environmental problems lie in our attitude towards environment. The best way to bring about a change in this attitude in society is through children. Here comes the role of Eco Clubs that play a very important role in creating environmental awareness among the future generation.
• In view of this passion and zeal for keeping environment clean and to develop the qualities of leadership, self-reliance and team work among students the ‘ECO & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING CLUB’ was started at SVHEC.
•Eco & Environmental Engineering Club is a platform through which we get the knowledge about Environment
•Eco & Environmental Engineering Club works as a team to improve Environmental conditions by offering programs & activities related to reducing pollution, planting trees , promoting sound environmental behavior etc..,
Functions and Roles
•To Encourage students to keep environment clean.
•To Sensitize the students to minimize the use of polluting products.
•To motivate students to use Eco friendly things which includes use of LPG, paper bag, Gas pipe line, save electricity.
•To make children aware of environment problems and solutions.
•To involve children in action based programmes related to various problems prevailing in their surroundings.
•The club has a vision to keep our environment completely free from pollution and make our world a better place to live in.