Category Archives: Centre for Social Action

CBO Exposure Visit

Sexuality doesn’t determine personality. The LGBT population in our country is constantly threatened by rigid social norms and the society’s narrow mindset. They are vulnerable to discrimination and stereotypes of sorts that hinders their individualistic development. People have not openly … Continue reading

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World Literacy Day

As a part of World Literacy Day, the student body of CSA held a session in our campus for children who were drop-outs to show them the beauty of literacy and education, and aimed at encouraging these children to return … Continue reading

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Social Responsibility Week

Nathaniel Branden once said that the first step towards change was awareness and the second step was acceptance. World Vision organization in collaboration with CSA aimed at spreading awareness on two most pressing issues in our country: HIV and Hunger. … Continue reading

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Team Building

Activities are a very important part of CSA. Thus, we had a team building activities hour for the new members. The members were split into five groups. The older members chose the social topic “School Dropouts” for which each group … Continue reading

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Welcome to PUC CSA Volunteers!

The briefing for the 1st PUC students who wished to be a part of CSA was done a few weeks ago.There was a large group and all of us were very excited and glad to see so many interested individuals … Continue reading

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The First Meeting

On May 24th, CSA held its first meeting for the academic year. It was a meeting filled with new faces and old experiences. The meeting started off with the new volunteers expressing their reasons to join CSA and the old ones … Continue reading

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Its A Facade. Wake Up!

They say charity begins at home. I couldn’t have agreed more. As a result of our class winning the highest contribution to the CSA, Centre for Social Action, our class, II HESP M was taken to visit a village and … Continue reading

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