Good Shepherd Convent Composite PU College, Mysuru believes that ‘Education is much beyond academics and the only way for students to be successful in this fast challenging world is by being ‘Life Long Learners.’ We wanted the students to gain an awareness of their surroundings and the community. Community service projects enabled them to understand and know their responsibility towards the society. The regular house visits, visit to the orphanages and hospitals, awakened in the students their sense of social responsibilities and become contributors to the growth of society. It is only involving oneself into the struggle of others we learn to uphold and appreciate our life and help those who are marginalized and less fortunate.
Visiting less fortunate individual houses in our community
The Interact Club visits houses of the less fortunate individuals around the campus premises. We the Interact Club members visited Gandhinagar, a poor locality.
Visit to Nava Jeevan Nikethan - a mentally challenged home for men.
The club visited Nava Jeevan Nikethan, run by Brothers of the missionaries of charity & Nirmala Hriayalaya, run by the Missionaries of Charity Sisters.
Sponsored medical help of Rs. 3000/- for a student Shobha Mary
Sponsorship for the blood transfusion of a needy person.
Shobha Mary had decreased number of circulating red blood cells in the body.
Visit to KR hospital
Visited KR Hospital and distributed fruits.
Visit to KR hospital was very inspiring event of our life.
Visit to Nirmala Hridayalaya – Mentally challenged home for women
We visted Nirmala Hridayalaya mentally challenged home for women run by missionaries of charity.
This visit instilled in us the value of never taking things for granted in life.
Visits To The Home For The Aged
Visited the Home for the Age run by the Little Sisters of the Poor.
We visited Little sisters of poor a home for the aged.
Visit to the Pragathi Vidyalaya - mentally challenged home
We the Interact Club of Good Shepherd visited Pragati Vidyalaya , a mentally challenged home. They take day care for the mentally challenged children. We went there to share their joys and sorrows.
Rally and Awareness program on Anti Human trafficking
Don Bosco Makkalalaya and Oasis India, Bangalore in collaboration with Good Shepherd Convent Composite P.U. College, Mysore organized a rally on 27th October 2018 in Mysore city.
A Street Play was organized - highlighting the human trafficking issues
Good Shepherd Convent Composite P.U. College interact club in collaboration with Don Bosco Makkalalaya and Oasis India, Bangalore, organized a Street Play on 27th October 2018 in Mysore city.
Swachh Bharat Campaign - clean city mission
Swachh Bharat Campaign was organized by the Good Shepherd Convent Composite PU College, Mysuru on October 1, 2018. The students started the campaign with their respective classes.
Visit to Ranga Rao Memorial School for disabled is a special school in Mysore.
Our Interact Club visited Ranga Rao Memorial School for disabled is a special school in Mysore. To find out the difficulties faced by the visually handicapped children living there.
Donated chairs to the needy
We the Interact Club members visited Mrs. Gracy's (a parent) house. No chairs were found in her house so we decided to donate her with two chairs.
Environment is our Responsibility.
We planted saplings of hope. Hope for a cleaner earth and better earth to live in and for a better future of a generation to come".
Skit on "save the girl child"
The skit highlighted how the girl children are unwanted in the Indian society. It was concluded with the message – “The girl child is valued, she is precious, honoured and loved.” “Protect the girl child”
Award Winning Function
Interact club of Good Shepherd Convent, Mysuru was awarded first place in Community Service and second place in Vocational Service presented at District Interact conference
We are proud to have such a dedicated and hardworking group of students in our college. They have consistently proved their worth and have not failed in any of the endeavors. We appreciate them for their diligence and enthusiasm.
Sr. Beena C L
Mrs. Cecilia Sunitha Lasrado & Team.