Community Service Club

The club members develop a sense of importance of rendering service to all members of the community by exposure to unfamiliar environment, particularly with people less fortunate than themselves.

Artificial Lower Limb Distribution Camp Organised in the School

February 24, 2020

Artificial Lower Limb Distribution Camp was organized by Choithram School, Indore in association with Vijayant Scout group on February 22 and 23, 2020 and was held in Choithram School campus. Around 185 people from Indore, other cities of Madhya Pradesh and various states of India benefited from this two day camp. The beneficiaries were earlier called in the month of January, 2020 for diagnosis and measurement of amputated limbs. Subsequently, high-quality, light-weight artificial limbs were prepared as per the requirements in the form of Jaipur foot (above knee and below knee). 60 out of 185 persons were given calipers and crutches too. The beneficiaries were assisted by expert prosthetic technicians from Mumbai for fitting of the limb. 60 student volunteers of Choithram School along with their teachers lent a helping hand in the camp, assisting the beneficiaries at various stages from registration, limb fitting to lunch.

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Visit to Sri Sri Gyan Mandir School

January 18, 2020

To inculcate the feeling of empathy and conscience amongst the students, a visit to Sri Sri Gyan Mandir School was organized for the students of class V on January 18, 2020. The students of our school were able to bring a smile on the faces of the students of Sri Sri Gyan Mandir School by spending time with them and presenting them stationery items.

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Artificial Lower Limb Distribution Camp Organised in the School

January 12, 2020

Artificial Lower Limb Distribution Camp was organized by Ratnanidhi Charitable Trust Mumbai, Choithram School, Indore in association with Symbiotec Pharma Lab(P) Ltd and Rotary club of Indore, Uptown on January 12, 2020 in Choithram School premises. Around 185 people benefited from the camp. Students as well as teachers of Choithram School rendered their services for the noble cause. The process of distribution was completed in four phases – Registration, Photograph, Fixing the limb and Counseling of the amputees. The beneficiaries were instructed about the safety measures and precautions to help prevent the problem of artificial limbs.

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Book Donation Camp – Mission Million Book Project

January 5, 2020

The school in association with Ratna nidhi Charitable Trust Mumbai and Rotary Club of Indore, Uptown organised ‘Mission Million Book Project’ wherein a donation camp was set up in the school for providing books to government schools on January 5, 2020. 30 volunteers from the Community Service Club participated in the same. They worked hand in hand with the other hearing and speech impaired volunteers. The students not only helped various representatives of different government schools in selection of books but also maintained a record of books being taken by each of the school. 124 government schools benefited from the camp.

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Visit to Kasturba Gandhi National Memorial Trust

September 27, 2019

Class VIII students of Community Service Club, visited Kasturba Gandhi National Memorial Trust along with the students of Santa Maria Del Pilar School, Marianistas, Zaragoza, Spain on September 27, 2019. They observed an exhibition where the old letters, documents of past, diary of Gandhiji’s wife Kasturba was displayed along with hand woven clothes, shawls and saree woven by Kasturba herself. They were in awe to get a chance to weave their own yarn from cotton over spinning wheel. They were told that all the students studying there weave their own clothes. This gave a glimpse in to the philosophy of ‘Self Reliance’ proposed and practised by Gandhiji which was the very basis of Indian Freedom Movement.

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Food Donation Drive

August 11, 2019

‘Food is symbolic of love when words are inadequate.’ To spread the love of their hearts and feed the needy ones, a food drive was organised on August 11, 2019 by Community Service Club students in collaboration with Robinhood Army, Indore. The students distributed around 1000 food packets to the slum dwellers of Rau and Nehru Nagar, which were provided by the school as well as brought by the students from home.

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Extending Helping Hand to Anubhuti Vision Sewa Sansthan

August 6, 2019

In order to inculcate the value of empathy and helping others, the students and teacher of ‘Anubhuti Vision Sewa Sansthan’ were invited to put up handmade rakhi stall on August 6, 2019 in the school. Students of Community Service Club helped the uniquely abled children of ‘Anubhuti Vision Sewa Sansthan’ to sell the rakhis made by them. The school community appreciated the efforts of the uniquely abled students and rendered a helping hand for their artistic work

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Visit to Sankar Kendra, a School for Underprivileged Children

April 6, 2019

Students of class X of Community Service Club accompanied by Community Service Club Incharge teachers – Ms. Reshma Dave and Ms. Neelima Shah visited Sanskar Kendra, a school for the underprivileged children residing in slums near Vijay Nagar. They were accompanied by Ms. Paola Fatur, Senior Programme Manager, School Enterprise Challenge (Global Awards), Teach a Man to Fish, U.K. The visit aimed to transform the lives of these less fortunate children through educational approach. The teachers of the Sanksar Kendra Ms. Monica and Ms. Rekha briefed about the activities of the children at Sanskar Kendra. Students of the club gifted 30 children in the age group of 5 to 15 years of the Sankar Kendra stationery items, block games and story books. The students of the club displayed a sense of responsibility while distributing learning tools to these ‘children of the lesser God’.

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