Humane League

“Humane League”

Lend a helping hand, together we can

VISION

“To renew the social ecosystem and re-structure the humane by empowering the society”

MISSION

“To enlighten the people for the development of the society and the environment”

OBJECTIVES

For conducting environmental based activities amongst students and community.

  • For initiating measures for the upliftment of the downtrodden masses living in rural areas.

About us

We, a group of individuals from SSM Institute of Engineering and Technology, Dindigul inspired by many environmentalists and social welfare activist have started a club which initiates the student members to actively participate in environmental and social welfare based activities, thereby improving our society and ultimately all our human beings will have a harmonious and happy living on the planet.

ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE

The club activities will be headed under the patronage of Shri.P.S.Velusamy, Chairman, SSM Groups and Shri.C.Kandaswamy, Secretary, SSM Groups, Shri. K.Shanmugavel and Shri.K.Sivaraj, Executive Directors, SSM Groups. The club is guided by Dr.R.Chandran Campus Director, SSMIET and Dr.M.Saravanan, Principal, SSMIET. The Club is coordinated by Dr.N.Sampath Kumar, Head, Department of Chemistry.  The student members will be coordinated by executive members, whose details are as follows:

President                 : A. SANTHANA KRISHNAN IV –MECH

Vice- presidents     : P.V. NAVEEN III-CIVIL.  M. VISHNU III-EEE

Secretary                 : K. RAGHUL        III-CIVIL

Joint Secretary       : B. MANIKANDAN       III-CIVIL

Treasurers               : 1. PANDI PRIYANKA III-EEE 2. L. VIGNESH III-EEE

S.No. Name of the post Reservation Responsibility Election process Minimum credit points to be earned
1 President Final years only Coordinates the entire student member community Elected by the suggestions of the administrative committee 50
2 Vice President Pre Final years only Executes the events as per the guidance of president Elected through common election process 40
3 Secretary Pre Final years only Maintaining overall discipline inside the club 35
4 Joint Secretary II years only Assists in the event management 25
5 Department Core members Final years only (2 from each dept.) Coordinates and communicates with department student members Elected by the suggestions of the administrative committee 45
6 Treasurer Two from each year Maintains accounts Elected by the suggestions of the administrative committee 40

Every student member earns credit points in each activity (of maximum 10 points per activity) based on 6 criterion. The details of the criteria are as follows:

S.No. Criteria Max. Credit points
1 Attendance 2
2 Pre-activity involvement 1
3 Post-activity involvement 1
4 Discipline 2
5 Team work 2
6 Performance 2

 

Activities

  • Environmental activities

  • Social Welfare activities

  • Other activities

Environmental activities

  • “Sponsor a tree on your birthday”

  • “Walk for a Cause”

  • “Meet your friend, Nature”

  • “Say NO to Genetically Modified foods”

  • “Conserve Energy”

  • “Be Indian, buy Indian”

Social Welfare activities

  • “Adopt a child for a year”

  • “Career guidance for rural students”

  • “Donate blood”

  • “Live after you die” – Donate your organ

  • “Help an orphanage”

  • “Help an old age home”

  • “Learn Technology”

  • “Free Medical Camp”

  • “Educating people on Hygiene and cleanliness”

Other activities

  • “Field trip”

  • “Trekking”

  • “Speech and Essay writing contest”

  • “Restore India’s Heritage”

  • “Learn Indian History”

Environmental activities

“Sponsor a tree on your birthday”

Students and faculty members can sponsor for planting a tree sapling inside our college campus on their birthdays or on any other dates of their choice. This would make our campus greener in days to come. Apart from this, some hundreds of tree saplings shall be planted inside our college campus. The plantation of tree saplings can be made even in other schools, hospitals, colleges, polytechnics and other places in and around dindigul. The entire event can be clubbed with other trust (for ex. Maram Madurai, Ref: https://www.facebook.com/marammadurai) for financial assistance.

“Walk for a Cause”

Organizing a rally inside dindigul town for a noble cause and creating awareness among local public. The cause may be about “Say NO to alcohol”, “Stop using Tobacco”, “HIV awareness”, etc. The rally can be inaugurated by District collector, Assistant Commissioner, etc.

“Meet your friend, Nature”

Leading a natural life is important. To avoid the usage of plastics inside the college campus.To maintain cleanliness inside the college campus.

“Say NO to Genetically Modified foods”

To create awareness about the genetically modified foods among students community and provide them sufficient knowledge to enhance the same to others in the society. Insisting the students and public about the effects of GM foods and make them avoid it. Imparting proper knowledge to students about organic farming.

“Conserve Energy”

Conserving energy to the maximum and to provide better India.Creating awareness among students to conserve energy. Students themselves become a watchdog and oversee the energy conservation inside our campus. (ex. To switch the fans, light if not necessary, making use of water efficiently, etc)

 

“Be Indian, buy Indian”

Creating awareness among students to buy Indian made products. This would increase the Indian economy atleast to a slightest degree.

“Free Medical Camp”

Conducting free medical camps inside our college campus and creating awareness amongst students about healthy living.

“Educating people on Hygiene and cleanliness”

Creating awareness among the local public about the need of hygiene and cleanliness and the effects caused by them.

Social Welfare activities

“Adopt a child for a year”

Adopting a child for a year from some orphanage or even from semi-orphanages. This would cover the expenses of the student like tuition fee, book fee, shoes, two sets of uniform and other basic necessities.

 

“Career guidance for rural students”

Creating awareness among rural students about choosing their career in future.Conducting some seminars among rural students about the career guidance.

“Donate blood”

Organizing blood donation camps inside our college

“Live after you die” – Donate your organ

Organizing organ donation camps inside our college camps.

“Help an orphanage”

Helping the orphanages by donating necessary materials.

“Help an old age home”

Helping the old age homes by donating necessary materials.

“Learn Technology”

Students are trained to teach basic computer courses, or any other basic engineering courses for rural students at free of cost. Students are encouraged to take free tuitions for eleventh and twelfth students.

Dr.N.Sampath Kumar,

Humane League,

SSMIET,

Dindigul

Rules for the executive members:

  • Executive members shall not act independently. They are advised to seek guidance from the faculty coordinators.
  • Executive members are elected newly every year to ensure the democracy of this club.
  • Executive member nomination for the election can be done only if the student member earns the required credit points for the respective posts.
  • The selection process of the executive members is either by common election process or selected through the suggestions from the administrative committee.

 

Rules for the student members:

  • All students are represented by the “Department of Environment and Social Welfare Activities”. No student shall be represented by their respective engineering department.
  • All students are required to follow the rules and regulations stipulated by this club
  • Every member will be provided with a Badge
  • There will be a periodical meeting every month to discuss the proceedings of the club.
  • The entire club activities are performed after the college hours only. No club activities will be conducted on college hours on any circumstances.
  • Students can volunteer themselves on their own interest. No students shall be forced by any means for club activities.