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Corporate Social Responsibility at Swayam Siddhi College and Management Studies has evolved to include the participation of all stakeholders including students, faculty, NGO’s, rotary clubs etc. Over the years the students and faculty at SSCMR have actively participated in outreach program initiatives where they contribute their knowledge, skills, and technical expertise. Some of the activities covered under CSR are Covid Vaccination, Blood Donation, Swachha Bharat Abhiyan, Solid Waste Management, Tree Plantation etc.


To develop, integrate and initiate collaborations with stakeholders for strategic inventions in the areas of health, education, community development, and environment. It enables the college to engage in social welfare activities and to take part in the development of the society


The CSR committee of SSCMR comprises of Coordinator (Faculty), faculty and students as members.




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Date: 29th July, 2022

Tree Plantation

Trees represent life, growth, peace and nature. They produce oxygen, clean soil, prevent drought, control flood related disasters, prevent soil erosion, improve physiological, mental and spiritual health, and also reduce carbon footprints. Keeping this in mind the campaign for the tree plantation was held in a village. Tree programme was initiated by the Swayam Siddhi College of Management and Research on 28th July 2022 in Lakhivali village, Bhiwandi.

The following activities have been undertaken so far to promote this campaign: -

All students were informed about the tree plantation through notice to motivate them to plant saplings of trees. – A “Tree Plantation Drive was organized on 28th July 2022 at 11:00 am in Lakhivali village, Bhiwandi was undertaken by Dr. Anil Matkar (Director of Swayam Siddhi College of Management and Research), DR. G.S. Shikhare (Principal of Swayam Siddhi Degree Night College, Prof. Sharique Momin, Prof. Ravi Bitla and Prof. Prashant Jadhav supported the tree sapling plantation drive and motivated the students to take care of the saplings so that they grow into healthy trees. 100 Saplings were provided by the village which we planted at the necessary places in the village. The activity was carried out till 02:00 pm. More than 100 plant saplings were planted including neem and bamboo tree as it possess medical properties. Snack was provided by the college to all students. 


The students were motivated and advised to take care of the saplings planted by them. The students also took the Oath: “I will plant a tree sapling and take care of the sapling such that it grows into a mature tree” – The Surpanch of the village



also explained the importance of planting the trees and thanked everyone for their efforts. The students were encouraged to plant tree saplings. This activity shall be repeated as and when required. - We hope that such activities shall sensitize and encourage the students to “Love the trees until their leaves fall off, and then encourage them to try again next year”. By the end of the program all were exhausted. We should plant as many trees possible to create a healthy environment and contribute to minimize the climate change. We hope everybody plants a tree in their lifetime and contribute in conserving the nature. I thank everyone in supporting us for the noble cause.


SAHYOG Annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report 2022 (Financial year April 2022 - March 2023) Date: 9th October 2022 - 

            The Swayam Siddhi College and Management and Research organized the CSR activity. SAHYOG Annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report 2022 (Financial year April 2022 - March 2023) attempts to present the CSR related projects and initiatives for community development, executed by the associates through volunteering efforts and/or with non-profit organizations that the students has collaborated with. The Annual CSR Report 2021 represents our commitments towards social transformation during and post the pandemic. The report highlights the efforts made to continue the support towards the initiatives in the area of Education, Health, Livelihood and Environment. We have extended our business mission of “SAHYOG” to our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR); to facilitate the implementation of impact based social development solutions.

We had an opportunity to do things differently on Saturday, 8 Oct. 2022, when the CSR team and students visited ‘Orphanage to spend time with them. It was a wonderful experience to be with them. In spite of fighting with the odds their heartwarming welcome made our hearts skip a beat. This visit was an unforgettable one for our students. This noble cause of spreading smiles and happiness among these less privileged children, gave immense peace and happiness to our team of students.

The cultural program conducted us for them and various games played with them to make the environment lively and lighter touched the children of the orphanage. The students interacted with the kids in the orphanage which made them feel wanted in the society. They spent some quality time with the children in the orphanage and it was the most worthwhile time ever spent.

A visit to an Orphanage is a life-changing experience as it is filled with emotions and sentiments.  We were lucky to get an opportunity to visit an Orphanage named Mahatma Jyotiba phule adivasi seva mandal sanchalit anudanit ashram kharbao. There were around 500 children with few caretakers and a few in charge.

We travelled there on a large bus from our college and reached there at 11:25 a.m.

We have many children to look forward to. The orphans were waiting for us in a queue along the hallway. When they spotted us, they seemed very joyful. They gave us a really heartfelt and poignant welcome. We were all taken aback by their reaction. There are dwellings in a single row. The house's walls were old and the paint had faded. The house appeared to have gone for years without any repair. The common hall was present. There were small red and yellow color lockers as well as beds piled high. There were not many bunk beds.

When we entered, the majority of the children were focusing on us. There are few children’s chatting with one another. Children in the group ranged in age from 5 to 15 years old. The majority of the kids were staring at us when we walked in. We take a few pictures of them. Food, Cold drinks, chocolates, and other items were in our luggage. We fed them and had a meal with them. We divided into groups and proceeded to speak to each person alone. While many of us initially began playing indoor games with the kids, others opted to play outside games. Elder children were informing us about the rules and regulation that everyone in the shelter is supposed to follow. As if no one can leave the Shelter without permission, no one can click a close-up pic of the children, etc.

Following that, we organized some activities for them that included creativity, team formation, and singing a song with them. A few children joined us and we all sang a song together. It was quite enjoyable, especially near the end. Then, in the courtyard of the house, we engaged in activities with the nearby young children, such as cricket, football, volleyball, and badminton, among others.

Following that, we organized a programmed with the children and their caregivers to raise awareness about sanitary pads, career advancement, and other topics. After that, we played some music and danced with them; they were all having fun and participating in our activities. We had a very enjoyable experience thanks to them.

After all, of this, whatever we brought them is now theirs. We received feedback from them after all of the activities were completed, and they stated that no college or school had ever personally visited them. It was also a pleasurable experience for them. Shubham Gudka, an FYMMS student, then delivered a vote of thanks, bringing the session to a close. In addition, our professors share their thoughts and motivate the students.Then, at 3:30 p.m., we left their premises. The kids were simply adorable. We had a fantastic day, and the kids had a fantastic time as well. They came to us empathetic, compassionate for the underprivileged, and needy, and they resolved that when they grow up, they, too, would contribute to such worthy causes.

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