Glimpses from the outreach program organized by the Department of Economics with the Ila Snehalaya.
Sixteen children were exclusively invited for a pre Christmas celebration, by the UG first semester students, it filled everyone with high spirits of Christmas, spreading joy, love and smiles.
The "Royal Vaastra Sewa" initiative brings to you the scope of spreading kindness and warmth to the vulnerable section. The Assam Royal Global University through its philanthropic initiative, is walking towards a noble cause of helping the needy while nurturing its community, through the nature of the ‘art of giving’.
“For it is in giving that we receive.” – ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI
Please take care of the following points while participating in the drive:
1. The donors will carry some old newspapers or paper carry bags along with their donation items, as it will help the donee collect their needed items and wrap them.
2. The donors are to donate by offering clean, wearable clothes and usable items and not treat this platform as a discarding space.
During the pandemic of COVID 19, Royal Global University generously earmarked ₹ 1,00,00,000/- (one crore) on 29th march,2020 to fight COVID-19, the greatest challenge known to the mankind so far. In the first wave of the spread of Covid, a section of the new block of RGU was given to the government of Assam for using it as a 700 bedded covid care Centre.
Also during the second wave, the same section was converted into a 1000-bedded Covid Care Unit. Financial support was lent to those staff RGU and RGS who were infected with Corona virus and were facing difficulty in getting medical treatment due to financial constraints. Those students who lost their parents/earning member due to the disease were offered education, free of cost in the university.
The Assam Royal Global University, is a non-profit charitable society which is formed primarily for spreading education in the society. As an endeavor towards USR, the Royal Global University has launched a project ROYAL ANNA SEVA whereby on a daily basis 100 lunch packets are distributed to needy and deprived across the city.During the pandemic Food Materials (Raashan) worth ₹.25 lakhs were distributed among the poor and needy.
Royal Global University started another project named ROYAL SWASTHYA SEVA, an initiative towards providing health services to the people staying in and around the area. Under this project, a dispensary managed by a doctor has been opened to provide medical services at free of cost.
BSW students of 1st semester visited several communities and conducted several activities like Transect Walk, Home Visits, Ontological Surveys etc. They also visited Parijat Academy and received an induction to the working of the Integrated Child Development Schemealong with the academic support such as providing tuitions in Mathematics and English and conducting an "All-Children's Parliament" for the holistic development of the children.
The University-adopted community of Deosutal where students of social work are engaged in surveying the community, making a list of its resources (social and physical), understanding the social, psychological, economic issues that may be prevalent to later culminate into a planned intervention.
The BSW 3rd semester, students were visited in the communities of- Paschim Boragaon GMC,Kotabari, Mainkhurung, kaalpanik and Basistha, where they carried out a range of activities, inclusive of: Tutoring students, Visiting organizations like World Vision, learned skills like Street children identification, implemented PRA tools, conducted group workshops on topics like ‘Awareness on career options’ and ‘Awareness on Memorising vs Understanding’, Awareness programmes on Menstrual and Personal Hygiene, COVID-19 Protocol, Substance Abuse, Focused Group Discussions with MahilaSamhiti members, in addition to the aforementioned activities.
BSW 5th semester students visited Promod Talukdar Memorial Old Age Home, Ashadeep, Parijat Academy, Snehalaya, Assam State Commission for Women, Child line (Railway Child Line and Guwahati Child Line), Child Friendly and Nirman Rehabilitation Centre to providing care and relief to the old-aged people, to being advocates of child rights and education, working with women who are in distress and engaging with recovering addicts and being a part of their treatment and healing sessions.
Royal Global University as part of its University Social Responsibility organized World Health day at Pub Buaragaon on dated 8th April, 2021
Students of RGU actively participated in the Governments mission of ‘Ek Kadam Swachhata ki Aur’ by organizing cleanliness campaigns at regular intervals throughout the state of Assam.
Go Green: To save our planet for future generation, the students of RGU and RGS distributed saplings to thousands of people of assam on road as go green initiative.
Say No to Single use of plastic from 2nd oct, 2019 the nation-wide drive against single use plastic was whole heartedly adopted in the campus of Royal Global University and Royal Global School.
Royal Global University as part of its University Social Responsibility is assisting Tetelia L.P. School, Dimoria, Kamrup (M) in imparting classes in Science, Maths and English since May 2018. Students from RSET and RSL are taking classes in Maths, Science and English.
A highway helpline mobile application of Assam Police - Jaatri Mitra to provide real time assistance to the citizens while travelling on the highways of the state has been developed in association with Royal Global University and Arsaviva Technologies in PPP mode.
Cyber Trivia, A security Questionnaire App was developed by RGU students in the guidance of Cyber Peace Foundation under the banner of Royal Global University.
Awareness programmes on issues like child labour, alcoholism, substance abuse, domestic violence, etc. were conducted by the Department of Social Work, RGU at various location in Kamrup (M). Students also donated blood at B.Barooah Cancer Institute, Guwahati.