Venue - Dham River, Pawnar
Date - 10/09/2022
Time - 10.30 pm to 12.30 pm
“Vakra-Tunndda Maha-Kaaya Surya-Kotti Samaprabha
Nirvighnam Kuru Me Deva Sarva-Kaaryeshu Sarvadaa”
“O one with a majestic trunk, a massive form and the radiance of a million suns, I pray to you to remove the obstacles from all my endeavors, always.” Ganesh Utsav is a favourite amongst most Maharashtrians. It is a festival that brings alive all the corners and streets of Mumbai. The city sky plays on the shades of red while the streets are filled with orange and the reverberating chants of ‘Ganpati Bappa Mourya’.
The process of welcoming and bidding farewell (Visarjan) to the elephant god is a procession of people dancing on the road along with mobile music systems blaring bhajans, Marathi and Bollywood songs. As per visarjan tradition, the idol is immersed into a water-body after a set number of days. Evidently, the morning after the Visarjan days, every beach, river is left with tons of waste. The shoreline was filthy in the morning, with flowers, idols etc. It didn’t take long for the self-motivated and thoughtful act of cleaning up the trash left during and after Ganeshotsav to become a movement in itself.
NSS volunteers of our college perform nirmalya collection & cleaniness drive at Dham river, Pawnar, where most of ganesh visarjan near Wardha city takes place. Under the guidance of Dr. Anil Pethe Principal and Dr. Mahendra Gunde NSS Coordinator 50 NSS volunteers went to Dham river, collect all the nirmalya and other material left behind after visarjan and clean all the shore area. Collected garbage was fired at allotted place.
Venue - College campus
Date - 13/08/2022
Time - 1.00 pm to 2.30 pm
At the outset of the 75th Independence Day, the students of Datta Meghe College of Pharmacy along with the Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff members celebrated “Har Ghar Tiranga” program on 13th August, 2022 at the College Campus.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on March 12, 2021 flagged off the 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav', an initiative of the Government of India to celebrate and commemorate 75 years of Independence. On that similar note DMCP College held this program involving all students and staff members to participate in this celebration.
The Program started off with the speech of Dr. Anil M. Pethe, Principal and Dr. Deepak Khobragade, Dean Academic of DMCP about the importance of this 75th Independence Day with the theme 'Nation First, Always First'. As the government also aims to hoist 200 million Tricolors to mark this special occasion, so there was distribution of Tricolors to all the participants of the College. A rally was conducted in and around the college campus where students repeated the patriotic slogans of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” and “Vande Mataram” with full enthusiasm and zeal. Our Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. Rajiv Borle and Hon’ble Dr. Abhyuday Meghe, OSD, AVBRH, Sawangi (Meghe) Wardha also joined in the Program.
The program ended with a Quiz on the importance of Independence Day for which the students eagerly participated. The winners and runner-up participants was awarded with cash prize and certificates on the day of Independence.
Venue - College campus (In front of FEAT Building)
Date - 03/07/2022
Time - 8.00 am to 10.00 am
In association with Controlled Release Society Indian Chapter, Datta Meghe College of Pharmacy organized one day National Symposium on “Computer aided drug delivery” on 2nd July 2022. On next day tree plantation programme by the hands of dignitaries were organized.
The Volunteers first clean all the area and took all the saplings to the place where they have to plant. Some volunteers were assigned the task to give water and some were digging to plant trees. Nearly 50 saplings of Neem were planted on this occasion. Dr. Parizad Elchidana President, CRS-IC, Dr. Evans Coutinho Professor, BCP Mumbai, Dr. Prashant Kharkar, ICT Mumbai, Dr. Yogeshwar Bachhav, Associate Director (Pharmaceutical Development), Consultant at AiCuris Anti-infective Cures AG, Germany, Dr. Nilesh Mahajan, DBCOP Besa, Nagpur. Dr. Dadasaheb Kokare & Dr. Nishikant Raut UDPS, Nagpur were present.
This program was organized under the guidance of Principal Dr. Anil Pethe, nearly 30 NSS Volunteers and students were present for this program. Dr. Deepak Khobragade, Dr. Mahendra Gunde, Awdhut Pimpale, Mrs. Shayoni Mukherji Bhanja and other nonteaching staffs also present for said program. The program was ended by giving refreshment, snacks and tea to all the volunteers and delegates.
Venue - College campus
Date - 21/06/2022
Time - 9.00 am to 10.00 am
International Yoga Day is observed every year on June 21 to raise awareness about this ancient practice and to celebrate the physical and spiritual prowess that yoga has brought to the world. Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice. It plays an important role in relaxing the mind and body and boosting people’s immune system. A few minutes of Yoga during the day can be a great way to get rid of stress that accumulates daily in both body and the mind.
Datta Meghe College of Pharmacy celebrated 8th International Day of Yoga as per guidelines provided by Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India on June 21, 2022 with theme of "Yoga for humanity". Dr. Kavita Shriswami, Certified Yoga Trainer, Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College, Hospital and Research Centre, Wardha was a yoga instructor.
Before starting yoga all participants did warm up to relax and make body parts flexible. Warm up before yoga is best practice. Dr. Kavita explained the importance of Yoga in the life of ev eryone. She explained that regular practice of Yoga will help the students achieve better mental and physical health. She started Yoga demonstrations with the Yoga prayer. After which a few warm up and simple Asanas were performed by the students and the teachers enthusiastically After that Surya namaskar Salute to the Sun was performed. Sun salutation is a practice in yoga as an exercise, it is a set of 12 powerful yoga asanas and the importance of these Asanas was explained simultaneously by Dr. Kavita. At the end some relaxing postures of yoga and pranayama was performed by participants. Dr. Kavita elaborate on the practice of pranayama, some yogic mudra, breathing exercise & meditation for the relaxing the mind and body. The program was ended with a vote of thanks by Mr. Praful Gujarkar, B.Pharm 3rd year student. This program was organized under the guidance of Principal Dr. Anil Pethe, nearly 50 students and staffs were present for this program. Dr. Deepak Khobragade, Dr. Surendra Agrawal, Dr. Mahendra Gunde, Awdhut Pimpale, Ms. Ashwini Armarkar and other teaching and nonteaching staffs also present for said program.
Venue - Near Abhudya Meghe sir’s house, bhawani nagar, Sindhi (Meghe), Wardha
Date - 05/06/2022
Time - 7.00 am to 9.00 am
"Although individual decisions may seem small in the face of global threats and trends, when billions of people join forces in common purpose, we can make a tremendous difference." In promoting awareness among students and the society at large, World Environment Day was celebrated by Datta Meghe College of Pharmacy on Sunday, June 5, 2022, in collaboration with Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed to be University) and Wardha Social Forum. The theme for this year's celebration is 'Only One Earth.' All the delegates and NSS volunteers were gathered near the house of Dr. Abhudya Meghe, OSD, AVBRH, Wardha in the morning at 7.00 am. The Volunteers first clean all the area and took all the saplings to the place where they have to plant. Some volunteers were assigned the task to give water and some were digging toplant trees. The social workers from wardha social forum addressed the volunteers about the role of trees in human life and importance of conserving the environment for a better healthier future. They also mentioned that we should take utmost care of environment. Nearly 50 saplings including Bael, Pipal, Umber, Neem were planted on this occasion of World Environmental day. This program was organized under the guidance of Principal Dr. Anil Pethe, nearly 50 NSS Volunteers and students were present for this program. Dr. Deepak Khobragade, Dr. Mahendra Gunde, Awdhut Pimpale, Mrs. Shayoni Mukherji Bhanja and other nonteaching staffs also present for said program. The program was ended by giving refreshment, snacks and tea to all the volunteers and delegates.
Venue - College Campus
Date - 02/05/2022
Time - 11.00pm to 1.30 pm
A Blood Donation Camp was organized by NSS Unit, Datta Meghe College of Pharmacy in association with Blood Centre, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, AVBRH Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha on a occasion of our beloved Honorable Sagarji Meghe Sir birthday on May, 02, 2022 at Pharmacy college campus. The camp began at 11:00 A.M with a short inaugural function by Dr. Anil Pethe, Principal DMCP. He encouraged all the donors by saying "Gift of Blood is Gift of Life". He thanked all the donors for the Noble steps they have taken and to help the fellow brethern. Dr. Mahendra Gunde, NSS Program Officer addressed the gathering, Blood cannot be manufactured - it only comes from generous donors to save the society and mankind, we should come forward for this Noble cause. 35 units of blood were donated by both students and the staff members of DMCP. It is a way of DMCP gesture in bringing a ray of hope to alleviate the serious problems of acute shortage of blood. While addressing first time donors at the camp our NSS volunteers brought awareness in them about shortage of blood and why we must donate blood every year, to help the persons requiring blood. Blood donation can save lives of innumerable persons. Donation of blood is very critical and crucial for saving lives many patients and those who have met with accidents. It is as such a great service or contribution to the society and people living in it. Dr, Surendra Agrawal, Dr. Pankaj Dangre, Dr. Darshan Telange, also present for the said program.
Venue - Sharda Mukh - Badhir Vidyalay, Alodi, Wardha
Date - 04/04/2022
Time - 4.30pm to 5.30 pm
World Autism Awareness Day is observed to raise awareness among its citizens about people with Autism Spectrum Disorder throughout the world. To highlight the need to help improve the quality of life of those with autism so they can lead full and meaningful lives as an integral part of society. The theme for World Autism Awareness Day 2022 is 'Inclusion in the Workplace', Inclusive education is the key to the transformative promise of the Sustainable Development Goals, to 'Leave no one behind'. The NSS unit of Datta Meghe College of Pharmacy, Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha celebrated this day with the students of Sharda Mukh - Badhir Vidyalaya, Alodi, Wardha, in order to raise awareness among the society. The NSS volunteers under the guidance of the Principal, Dr. Anil M. Pethe, along with the faculties Dr. Mahendra Gunde (NSS Coordinator) Dr. Deepak Khobragade (Dean academics), collected the funds and gifted the students with a Water Cooler which was much needed to beat the heat and quench their thirst for cold water. Shri. Prurushottam Fale Chairman and Mrs. Lokhande, Principal of Sharda Mukh - Badhir Vidyalaya, Alodi, Wardha says a huge thank for all the wonderful services that provide by the DMCP whichbest meet the needs of our students. They further ensure students definitely love it. Dr. Pankaj Dangre, Dr. Darshan Telange, Ms. Sukeshini Lote, Ms. Ashwini Armarkar, Ms. Pranita Jirwankar, Ms. Vaishnavi Kalode and Ms. Shital Chandewar also present for the said program.
Venue - College campus
Date - 17/03/2022
Time - 4.30pm to 5.30 pm
Holi is considered one of the major festivals in India. It is celebrated with enthusiasm and gaiety on the last full moon day in the month of Falgun, according to the Hindu calendar, and the month of March as per the Gregorian calendar. People celebrate the changing season and the beauty associated with spring blossoms by spraying colours. The colours used in the joyous festival of Holi get reflected in the various hues of the spring season. According to Hindu mythology, the festival celebrates the killing of Holika, the sister of Hrinyakashyap.
On the occasion of Holi, 'Swachhta Abhiyan' was implemented by the NSS Unit of Datta Meghe College of Pharmacy, Wardha. In this Swachhta Abhiyan, all the volunteers of NSS worked hard to clean the college premises, collect a large amount of biological and plastic waste and burn the plastic waste. The students gave a different direction to Holi. This time all the volunteers decided not to use plastic. Due to this, awareness was created among the students about the adverse effects of plastic waste on the environment. The programme was carried out under the guidance of Dr. Anil Pethe Principal of College. To make this activity success, the program officer of NSS Dr. Mahendra Gunde, Dr. Dipak Khobragade Dean Academics all teaching staff and nonteaching staff actively participated.
Venue - College campus
Date - 08/01/2022
Time - 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Clean environment is an indicator of progress of human being and with the motto of clean environment Government of India has initiated 'Swaccha Bharat Abhiyan'. The NSS unit of DMCP involves in various activities towards the "Clean Campus Mission". In order to keep the campus clean, students and staffs of the DMCP are actively involved in Swachh Bharat activities, plantation, creating awareness on waste disposal (degradable and non-degradable), ground water harvesting, etc.
The NSS unit of DMCP conducted a campus cleaning programme on Saturday, January 8, 2022 under the guidance of Principal Dr. Anil Pethe at college premises. All the NSS Volunteers and students were engaged in this cleaning programme.
The NSS officer Dr. Mahendra Gunde divided the NSS Volunteers into several groups. Each group members were allocated with a particular area for cleaning. Three groups were asked to collect all the stones from the ground separately in different sacs. The renewable such as dry leaves, twigs, papers etc. and nonrenewable wastes such as carry bags, and plastic items etc. were collected separately. The renewable waste was collected and burnt. All the faculty members and nonteaching staff was also present for said program.
Venue - College Campus
Date - 12/01/2022
Time - 3.30 pm to 4.30 pm
The NSS unit of DMCP Celebrated the National Youth Day on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 Birth Anniversary of the greatest philosophers and spiritual leaders Swami Vivekananda. His ideas on how the young should participate in the modern world while upholding their values is very important. On same day birth anniversary of Rajmanta Jijau. Mother of Shivaji Maharaj was also celebrated. Dr. Ashwini Kumar Singh, Guest Faculty, Department of Film and Theatre. Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya, Wardha will be chief guest for said program. He emphasized the importance of soft skill development along with knowledge enrichment by understanding the philosophy of Swami Vivekananda in his speech. He also focused on the contributions of Swami Vivekananda and his thoughts in the process of Indian Independence. Dr. Anil Pethe, Principal welcome the guest and address the gathering by quoting the contributions of thoughts of Swami Vivekananda and Rajmata Jijau in his personal developments and also guide the students to fallow the same. Dr Mahendra Gunde, Coordinated the program and gave the vote of thanks. All the faculty members and students were present for said program. Whole program was conducted by following Covid guidelines.
Venue - College campus/ Online
Date - 24/01/2022
Time - 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm
The NSS unit of DMCP in association with Agnihotri College of Engineering Wardha & Rashtrasadhana Vichar Manch Wardha Celebrated the Parakram Diwas on Monday, January 24, 2022 Birth Anniversary of the greatest freedom fighter Subhashchandra Bose under the celebration of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav via Online platform. Shri. Prashantji Pol, Director, Mahakoshal Vishwa Sawand Kendra, Jabalpur, MP was the chief guest for said program. He explained very concisely how british ruler escaped from India in 1947 and gave the Independence to India. Further he explained in detail the role of Subhashchandra Bose in Indian Independence Dr. Anil Pethe, Principal welcome the guest and address the gathering by quoting the contributions of Subhash Chandra Bose and also highlights the progress of DMCP Dr Mahendra Gunde, Coordinated the program and gave the vote of thanks. All the faculty members and students were present for said program. Whole program was conducted by following Covid guidelines around 1050 participants did the registration for said program.
Venue - College campus/ Bapu Kuti Sewagram/ Pawandham Ashram Pavnar
Date - 02/10/2021
Time - 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm
DMIMS Deemed to be University, Datta Meghe College of Pharmacy, Wardha National Service Scheme (NSS) has celebrated "Gandhi Jayanti" on 2nd October 2021. Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2nd October every year to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of the Father of the Nation Sri Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
Remembering Mahatma on his 152st birth anniversary, worldwide celebrated as the "International Day of Nonviolence". The man who showed the world that nonviolence is an effective and lasting way of defeating injustice. He is a great inspiration of truly embodying the principles of tolerance and peace. In his words "You must be the change you wish to see in the world". May the spirit of truth and nonviolence be with us forever?
Mahatma Gandhi spent his valuable time in Wardha at Sewagram known as Bapu Kuti which is very near to college; students did cleaning activity and tree plantation in Bapu Kuti and also visit the places where Gandhiji actually did his daily works. After the activity in Bapu kuti students visit to Pawandham Ashram, Pawnar where Vinobaji Bhave spents his maximum time. Students also perform cleaning activity in Pawandham Ashram. Dr. Anil Pethe Principal DMCOP, and all the faculty members with nonteaching staff were also present for said program.