ABOUT US

Development of adopted villages through VDP with understading.

OUR TEAM

The Associate director(CL) and Faculties Coordinate ... and their contribution.

  • Dr.V.Thirumurugan

    Associate Director(CL),Department of Campus Administration,SRMIST

    Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell Nodal Officer,UBA-SRMIST.

  • Dr.P.Vijayakumar

    Assoc Prof/ECE, Cordinator Anjur Village and Project Lead

    Dept Of ECE Project @ Anjur village End-To-End Integrated Rationing System for Distribution of Provisions

  • Dr.T.Deepa

    Assoc. prof /ECE, UBA-Coordinator- Orathur Village and Project lead

    Dept of ECE Project @ Orathur village Reverse osmosis plant for rural water treatment.

  • Dr. B. Samuel Jacob

    AP/Biotech Coordinator Nattarasanpattu village and Project lead

    Dept of Biotechnology, School of Bioengineering Project @ Orathur village Versatile Anaerobic reactor for Households to Yield Biogas by Utilizing waste (KISAN VAHYU)

  • Dr.K.S.Vignesh

    Kollathur Village, Coordinator

    UBA-SRMISTAsst.Prof School of Public Health,SRMIST

Activities

  • SRMIST ORGANISED "MEDICAL CAMP AND SWACHHATA RALLY" UNDER UNNAT BHARAT ABHIYAN AT NATTARASANPATTU

    SRMIST ORGANISED "MEDICAL CAMP AND SWACHHATA RALLY" UNDER UNNAT BHARAT ABHIYAN AT NATTARASANPATTU

    Unnat Bharat Abhiyan is a flagship programme under Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, with the aim of transforming rural India. 'Rural Health' is one of the prime focus areas of UBA and SRM Institute of Science & Technology conducted "Medical Camp and Swachhata Rally" on 12th March 2019 at one of the UBA adopted villages, Nattarasanpattu, Kundrathur block, Kancheepuram. This is also in line with the series of events planned across SRMIST to commemorate 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
    An enthusiastic group of students and faculties from NSS and other departments participated in the Swachhata rally, to create awareness about cleanliness among local people and highlighting the importance of the recent notification from TN Government mandating "ban on one-time use and throw-away plastics” effective 1st January 2019. 
    The rally was flagged off by Dr.M.Logaraj, Head, Community Medicine and Dr.T.Rajasekaran, Deputy Head, Mechanical Engineering and NSS Coordinator of SRM Institute of Science & Technology. 
    Armed with captivating posters and thought-provoking banners, they voiced their cause, gathering support along the way. The rally ended at the Govt High School, which was the venue for the inauguration of Medical camp.

    The Medical Camp was graced by
                Dr. N. Sethuraman, Registrar, M.Phil, PhD, SRMIST
    Dr.V.Thirumurugan, Associate Director (CL),M.E, PhD-SRMIST/UBA Nodal Officer 
    Mr.S.Samba Sivam, President of PTA, Govt High School, Nattarasanpattu
    Mr.K.Chakkarapani, Headmaster, Govt High School, Nattarasanpattu
    Mrs.K.Suganthi, Headmaster, Govt Primary School, Nattarasanpattu
    Dr.M.Logaraj, Professor, Community Medicine, SRMIST
    Dr.T.Rajasekaran, Professor Mech Engg, NSS coordinator, SRMIST 
    Mrs.Satya, State Level Trainee, Swachh Bharat Mission-Grameen, Nattarasanpattu

    Dr.V.Thirumurugan, Associate Director (CL) delivered the welcome address and expressed his gratitude towards both the Schools Management for providing the venue for conducting the inaugural event and medical camp.  He thanked the dignitaries for gracing the function amidst their busy schedule.
    Dr.N.Seethuraman, Registrar, SRMIST in his inaugural address, felt nostalgic and shared the struggles and best moments of his schools studying in a Government school. He appreciated the schools for maintaining a clean environment. Nattarasanpattu being an UBA adopted village, he requested all the people to avail the free medical services provided by SRM hospital. He promised SRM’s support to the NSS and Community Medicine Department to provide medical service to people.     
    Mr.K.Samba Sivam, President of Parent Teachers Association, Nattarasanpattu expressed his thanks to SRM for supporting their school. He humbly requested SRM Management to build compound wall around the school ground and levelling work.
    Mr. K. Chakkarapani, Headmaster of Government High School, and Mrs. K. Suganthi, Headmaster of Government Primary School, Nattarasanpattu thanked Registrar-SRM for promising to support the people of Nattarasanpattu with free medical service. They specially mentioned about the UBA cell’s activities towards their school development.

    In a special address by Mrs. Satya, State Level trainee, Swachh Bharat Mission-Grameen, Nattarasanpattu highlighted the importance of toilet and the ill-effects of open defecation. She requested all students to take a pledge to construct toilets in their houses, by firmly requesting their parents.
    Prizes were distributed to students who took part in speech, dance, yoga, best volunteer, full attendance and those who secured first mark in tests. 

    As a token of respect and gratitude, Mr.S.Seetharaman, Panchayat Secretary of Nattarasanpattu  presented shawl to all chief guests. 



    The UBA Cell of SRMIST presented a memento to both the school Headmasters.

    Ms.Irene Sambath, UBA Project Associate, SRMIST proposed the vote of thanks. The function concluded with National Anthem.  Refreshment was served to all present and medical camp was formally commenced.



    The student volunteers facilitated the medical camp and helped the villagers at each of the check up stands: dental, eye, general checkup, blood sugar testing and medicine dispensing. It was a coordinated effort by all general physicians, dentists, nurses and lab technicians.        


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  • OPTIMIZING PRIVATE ORGANIZATION'S SUPPORT AND FUNDING TO BRING SUSTAINABLE IMPACT TO UBA ADOPTED VILLAGES

    OPTIMIZING PRIVATE ORGANIZATION'S SUPPORT AND FUNDING TO BRING SUSTAINABLE IMPACT TO UBA ADOPTED VILLAGES


    In an effort to source funding for UBA projects, UBA Project Associate along with HOD and faculty of CENR Dept had meeting with Zoho Corporation Pvt Ltd at Estanicia IT Park, Guduvanchery, Kancheeuram on 22 February 2019 to request for their support.



    We briefed about our participation in Swachhata Rankings and various related projects undergoing at SRM – such as solar, biogas, food waste management. It was a fruitful meeting where management of ZOHO have willing to offer support to priority areas identified under UBA, especially – promoting girl children education and school amenities.

  • SRM FACULTIES AND STUDENTS FROM CENR AND IT DEPT VISIT ANJUR

    SRM FACULTIES AND STUDENTS FROM CENR AND IT DEPT VISIT ANJUR

    The Head of Department and faculties from Center for Environmental Nuclear Research and a group of enthusiastic IT students from SRM Institute of Science & Technology visited Anjur village, Kattankulathur block on 19 February 2019 to study the living conditions of people and possibility of implementing small-scale start-ups that suits the needs of the villagers.

    The team listened to the day-to-day problems faced by the villagers, especially the Scheduled Tribes living as one community in one street at Irular Colony. The team inspected the land area and the scope for growing land-based produce.

    They visited Anjur Higher Secondary School and interacted with the students and teachers to identify their learning interests. Based on the identified needs, the SRM IT students will come up with project proposals for Smart Classrooms and e-learning methods.

    They also visited the Panchayat Office before leaving the village.


  • WHAT WE DO

    CONTACT US

    For enquiries you can contact us in several different ways. Contact details are below.

    Unnat Bharat Abhiyan SRMIST

    • Street :SRM Nagar, Kattankulathur - 603 203
    • Person :SRM OFFICE
    • Phone :+91-44-2745 5510
    • District :Chengalpattu
    • State :Tamil Nadu
    • Country :India
    • Email :ubasrmist@gmail.com

    SRM Institute of Science and Technology, is a deemed university located in Kattankulathur, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, India, near Chennai.

    It was founded in 1985 as SRM Engineering College in Kattankulathur