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Community Networking

The college establishes a link with the school and community through the following ways:

  • •   Donation of teaching aids to schools
  • •   Donating learning materials to special schools
  • •   Conducting community surveys in Attoor Village
  • •   Organizing awareness programmes to parents.
  • •   Conducting exhibitions
  • •   The college has a venue for various programmes of the community such as Art of living,
        programmes of N.S.S. etc.
  • •   Conducting free medical camp and eye camp to villagers.
  • •   Permitting public to practice Yoga.
  • •   Permitting public to do spiritual development programmes.
  • •   Permitting public to conduct art, literary and cultural programmes.
  • •   Blood donation.
  • •   Repairing roads for the public in the local area.
  • •   Adult Education Classes.
  • •   Financial help to the Tsunami affected people and students.
  • •   Counseling classes for Tsunami affected people.
  • •   Value based talks for NSS volunteers.
  • •   Orientation to the teachers of recognized neighbouring schools.
  • •   Advice and Guidance to the student teachers of DIET.
  • •   Giving value based talks on different topics in public meetings arranged by local libraries, sports
        clubs, Community Centers, etc.
  • •   Giving awareness on Human Rights to the Public.
  • •   nviting and honouring teachers, heads of schools and men of letters from the public.
  • •   Adoption of the Aruvikkarai Village.

Interaction with the school/community

During practice teaching, student teachers actively participate in various programmes organized by the school. Students prepare and donate teaching aids and other materials needed for the school. In schools where they do teaching practice, the student teachers maintain a good academic relationship with the teachers of the school. They also show interest in meeting the parents and discuss with them about their children's problems. In addition, the student teachers visit special schools such as schools for visually challenged, mentally challenged and hearing impaired.