On 13th Sep we the members of NSS visited orphanage in Annur(Coimbatore). We started from the hostel in the morning at around 9:30AM and reached the orphanage at around 11:30AM
As soon as we entered the orphanage all the girls came and welcomed as in a warm manner. They asked us our names and they introduced themselves too. They showed love and affection to us. We could feel the happiness in their faces when we spoke to them.
We moved to the church in the same campus. Our students started with a word of prayer. Our students taught them many action songs. All the children in the orphanage engaged themselves in most of the activities. Our boys enacted a meaning full skit which revealed us how important our creator is. It was in fact a very funny skit and all of us enjoyed it.
The girls in the orphanage entertained us with a very good dance and song, which related to the true love of god. Our students distributed sweets to the girls in the orphanage. We ended the section with a thankful prayer.
The NSS unit of Karunya University has visited a senior citizens’ home situated at mathipalayam, on 31st of august, 2008 on account of its 6th annual day celebration. The meeting commenced at the arrival of the district collector thiru v.palanikumar i.a.s., who presided over the celebration. The chief guest was thiru. G. saundararajan vice chairman, cri pumps pvt. Ltd.
After his address, prizes were distributed to the inmates, who participated and win different events such as slow race, potato gathering, etc. the inmates happily received their prizes. The celebrated continued with the cultural programme. Students from different institutions such as Evangelin Matriculated School, Vidhiya Vikas, etc. were present there. Our University NSS students performed choreography. And lots others programmes were there. The inmates were very glad to have us there. After the cultural programmes, we had our lunch there with the inmates hosted by AACHI MESS. The time spent there, we saw the true care and affection in those grandpas’ and grandmas’. We hope that we will be given still more chances to give needy what we have.