” To become the flag bearers of significant societal changes, educated youth must grow up in an environment where institutional social responsibility is at the heart of individual and organizational development. Keeping that same tone of faith, Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) is a top priority at Geeta University. The University believes that key changes occur as a result of community involvement and societal transformation. This is why the administration has worked hard to provide a platform for students and faculty members to participate in various social outreach projects. Geeta University, Panipat has collaborated with numerous renowned public and private sector institutions and organizations to organize a large number of ISR projects aimed at the inclusive development of underprivileged sections of society. Here’s a quick rundown of the Geeta University’s major ISR initiatives “
The environment is an important aspect of our lives. If we don’t take care of it, the planet will eventually become uninhabitable. The first step to protect the environment is through awareness.
We should not think that we can protect the environment by recycling a few things or planting some trees. It’s about changing our lifestyles and habits for the betterment of future generations.
Project “Go with Green” is Geeta University’s initiative to heal the planet in which each student contributes something that adds up to massive protection for the planet’s life. Its goal is to increase the amount of green cover. The project benefits the environment while posing no financial burden on the government.
We are engaging, involving, and inspiring people on our campus, in communities, and around the world to improve our understanding of social inclusion and how we can foster inclusive and effective solutions.
It is important for everyone to be aware of the dangers of poor hygiene and how it can spread. Awareness camps are a great way to educate people on the importance of cleanliness.
The first thing to note about awareness camps is that they are not just limited to one topic. Awareness camps can be focused on any topic, but they often focus on topics such as health and hygiene. It is important for everyone to be aware of the dangers of poor hygiene and how it can spread. Awareness camps are a great way to educate people on the importance of cleanliness.
The camps are also an opportunity for them to learn about various health-related topics like HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria, etc.
Pollution is a major concern for all countries in the world. The pollution free campus project is a campaign to make campuses more environment friendly by promoting sustainable practices such as carpooling, recycling, and composting.
The project helps students to learn about sustainability and give them hands-on experience with environmental issues. One way this can be done is by having students participate in activities that promote sustainability on campus such as setting up recycling bins and planting trees. A campus can be made pollution-free by using solar panels, recycling, and wind power.
This is a dynamic program that aims to empower underprivileged children of society to unlock their full potential.
Processes under this program include interactive session, games, group discussions, creative assignments, and stress elimination techniques like breathing and pranayama.