National University of Science and Technology not only believes in
graduating learned professionals with all the sufficient abilities to face the
competent world out there but also grooming strong human beings with a generous
heart to serve the community, playing their role for the ultimate betterment of
the society. Keeping this in mind, NUST Community Service Club (NCSC) offers
its course participants a number of interesting projects every semester to
assist them in completing their credit hours in the best possible way. NCSC
introduced the course project details in SMME and NBS on Tuesday, September 23,
2014 and Thursday, September 25, 2014 respectively. A delegation from Fatima
Jinnah University attended the workshop at SMME Seminar Hall.
Dr. Irtiza took this opportunity to guide the students on how to
manage a community service project right from the planning stages to the
evaluation and feedback stages in the end. This was in order to prepare them to
take on projects on their own or become part of a project already being taken
on by the NCSC.
Accordingly, the student leaders of the projects briefed the students
about the coursework for different categories followed by an interactive
question answer session. This semester, a wide array of projects was introduced.
They include free tutoring at Maseeh Gill Colony, SOS villages and Pakistan
Sweet Homes, NUST book-bank project, E-Margalla project, Flood relief campaign,
mobile Labs and need analysis of orphanages, underprivileged schools, old homes
and surrounding villages. A URL http://bit.ly/ncsccsl was also shared with the students where they could find
the details of the project and register accordingly.