The TROP activities for the academic year 2017-18 was inaugurated by Mr. K. S. Mohammed, President, Varapuzha GramaPanchayath. The TROP coordinators of the department were Ms. Elizabth Mary P.A and Ms. Rani Maria Cyriac.The first session of the TROP activities was held on July 21st 2017 .The students were provided information by the authorities and they decided to take initiative to clean the local road and premises of Varapuzha GramaPanchayath office. The ward members and the president and the residents guided the students for the same. Students interacted with the waste pickers and helped them in doing their job. There was a group of 45 students who participated in it. The second session of the TROP activities was held on the month of August 18th 2017. The session was held at St. Joseph’s convent, Varapuzha. The students visited the convent and interacted with the residents. The students arranged very innovative and thoughtful classes for the girls. They presented a paper bag making and jewellery making session. Students also gifted the orphanage with a small library of 50 books.

The third session of the TROP activities was held on September 15th 2017 at Marian Sneha Vihar, Varapuzha. The institution is basically an institution for differently abled people. The students presented various entertainment programmes ,packed lunch for them. They also interacted with the nuns over there and the nuns explained their stories which were a huge revelation to the students. The fourth session of the TROP activities was held on 22nd December 2017 at Karunalayam, FortKochi, an institution for mentally and physically challenged. The students organized Christmas lunch, sang Christmas carols and distributed gifts. The students and teachers-in-charge spent one day with them, conversing with them and entertained them with lot of games. It was a great spiritual experience for students and teachers.

On 3/2/18 visited the students of Don Bosco snehabhavan, Palluruthy. Snehabhavan is used by both children on the street as well as other youths at risk as a day drop in centre, night shelter and a place where they can receive food, shelter, medical support, legal advice and a listening ear.The organization which is a rehabilation center is controlled by Govt of Kerala and the children are those involved in judicial cases. The students organized a talk on “Memorization techniques and examination fear” .The talk was given by Dr.Geetha Andrews, Associate professor ,St.Teresa’s college, Ernakulam.Students decided to visit the other centers of the organization and promised to offer help in their academics

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Published On: July 21st, 2019Categories: Chemistry TROP