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Social Outreach

Social Outreach

Education is the pre-requisite for social development, and the key for generating creativity. India needs knowledgeable people to support its fast development, and the students from poverty families expect to get rid of poverty by receiving good education.

"Gyanalok Scheme" by TITE

To augment the quality primary education to meet the objectives of Education For All (EFA) and reduce the out-of-school children which comprises with dropout plus never enrolled children, honorable Governor of Odisha launches a literacy campaign "Gyanalok Scheme" under the flagship of Govt. of Odisha. Keeping in view to improve the literacy rate and to reach the education to all, TempleCity Institute of Technology (TITE) is prominently implementing the Scheme by adopting two tribal villages i.e Totabadi and Vejiput of Talabasta Grampanchayat in Banki Sub-division of Cuttack district. From the very outset of the implementation of "Gyanalok", all the stake holders of TITE including all the staff members involved in the process actively. Before launching the scheme in these two villages, Director TITE, Prof(Dr.) Priyadarshi Tripathy along with other staffs have visited these villages several times and collected the data on education, health care, sanitation, livelihood and the like.

The TITE team has discussed and interacted with the beneficiaries, parents, communities, PRI members etc. on different issues on primary education. Why the children have dropout from the school system or in spite of school going age why a child is not interested to go school? Whether the school is not attracting them or whether the economic condition of their parents doesn't permit them to attend the school? By taking many questions in mind, the TITE team has visited one Sevashram School at Totabadi. That school is having class I to V with 40 students, but all the classes is integrating only in a single class room.

Relief to flood affected people by TITE

The floods, triggered by heavy rains over a week and release of huge quantity of water from Hirakud reservoir has caused havoc in Orissa. Dwarika Mohanty and Sameer Senapati ,7th Sem students of TempleCity Institute of technology & Engineering (TITE) took the initiative to provide a helping hand to the flood affected people. A group of 25 students & 4 Staff members, visited villages Chandapada, Munida & Radhua under Kanasa block,the worst affected areas of Puri Dist.


Fitness Program at Totabadi Sevashram by TITE

Social outreach committee members of TITE have visited the school Totabadi Sevashram (Class-I to Class-V ) time to time to review the process of "Gyanalok Scheme" implemented by the institute.The staff of TITE visited the school and discussed the progress and issues such as dropout rate of students from the school .Due to intervention of TITE the enrollment ratio has been increased for the current academic year as compared to previous academic year. During the visit the staffs of TITE have distributed school kit and study materials to magnetize the students towards their studies.


In that visit, the TITE team has distributed school kits along with Teaching Learning Materials (TLMs) to the students and teachers respectively to accelerate the teaching learning process. More over all the staffs of TITE have adopted and agreed to give patronage to at least 1 or 2 children on that school till they'll be graduated from that school and to maintain a sound completion rate as well as to reduce the drop-out rate.

Mega Blood Donation Camp at TITE

A Mega Blood Donation Camp was organized by TempleCity Institute of Technology & Engineering (TITE) with Co-ordination of "Sambad- Ama Odisha Charitable Trust" Bhubaneswar at knowledge Campus, Barunei, Khurda. In that camp the Red cross Society has collected blood from staffs, faculties, trustees and students of TITE. In that camp Mr. Soumya Ranjan Pattnaik on behalf of Sambad- Ama Odisha Charitable Trust was present there and encourage the students and staffs to donate blood for the welfare of the mankind.