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Rotaract Club of MCKV Institute of Engineering
Sponsored by Rotary Club of Belur
Rotary International District 3291

President: Rtr Ankit Gupta

Volume 4 Issue 04

Secretary: Rtr Sayantonee Maitra

Date: 31-10-2014

Bijaya Meet and Fellowship

beside our college. There we enjoyed the

with 2 Rotaractors of RID 3262

food very much. It ended up with our

The members of our club attend our

blast over there.

regular general meeting after Bijaya and it
followed by a fellowship. Rtr. Mainak Das,
IPP & Rtr. Suman Nandi, Member of
Rotaract Club of Royal College of
Pharmacy, Odisha on 15th October, 2014 at
our college campus from 1 P.M. We have a
fun full and unforgettable adda among
ourselves and discussing our future
project. Rtr. Ankit, President of RC
MCKVIE exchanged badge and letter head
with them. Rtr. Sayantonee, our club
Secretary gave both of them the club’s
monthly bulletin “Abhilash” and they gave
us their club souvenirs. They invite us for
Rotasia 2015 which will be held in Puri. Rtr.
Mainak told us about this and explains it in
a very interesting way especially the
cultural part as he is the chair of Rotasia
cultural committee. After this we had a
fellowship at Gangotri, a snacks shop

promise for going to Rotasia and having a

Cleanliness Program
Just before the day of diwali, 23rd
October, 2014 we, the members of RC
MCKVIE came forward and took initiative
for cleaning our college campus. We along
with prospective members of our club,
the first year students spread bleaching
powder at the necessary places inside
and outside of our college campus from
1.30 p.m. All the members were divided in
small groups and were provided with the
bag of bleaching powder and gloves and
were given specified area to take care
off. As a mark of celebrating this diwali
we clean our campus. This is a part of
their NSS activity so we took only the
first year students of ME & AUE Dept.
students as this is mandatory for them
and they have to make a project on it.

Diwali Celebration with the
children of Lalbaba Ashram
We celebrate this diwali with the
underprivileged children of Lal Baba
Ashram, Belur on 23rd October, 2014
from 2.30 p.m. at the ashram. The
members of our club along with the
prospective members visited


ashram with our college principal,








members. We tried to light up their
life and make them smile by giving
fire crackers and chocolates. We
crack some crackers with them along
with our teachers. They enjoyed a
lot and thus we were successful in
knitting a shred of happiness in their

Happy Birthday to
Rtr. Basudha (22nd October)
Rtr. Neeraj (22nd October)
Rtr. Sumanta (23rd October)
Rtr. Simran (27th October)
Rtr. Tarique (5th November)
Rtr. Diptajit (13th November)
Rtr. Minni (13th November)

Rotaract Pujo Awards
We lead hosted the district event
Rotaract pujo Awards. We are lead hosting
this for the three consecutive years. It is
a youth event in which we judging
different Puja pandals and handing over

awards to them for their creativity around
the city of Kolkata during Durga Puja. This
year also it took place were we awarded
many puja pandals in different catagories
like Safe Puja Award, City Friendly Puja
Award, Green Puja Award, Socially
Conscious Puja Award, Youth’s Choice
Award, Evergreen Puja Award, Shining
Star Award, Best Barir Puja Award, Best
Theme, Traditional Puja, Rotaractor’s
Choice. Almost 200 rotaractors in 4 luxery
bus went for the prize distribution
ceremony in the puja pandels on the
shasthi whole night. Around 13 people from
our club went for the parikrama and it was
so much fun and excitement and a
memorable night for all of us. Managing
trustee of our college and President Elect
of Rotary Club of Belur Rtn. K.K. Kejriwal
sir along with his wife was also with us as

3 Rotaractors of our club make us
proud once again by coming into news
papers!! Many Congrats to them!!!

Special Mention: More about
October is the month of:
 National Work and Family Month
 National Breast Cancer Awareness
 National Disability Employment
Awareness Month
 National Cyber Security Awareness

Handicapped Week" originally observed
during the first week of October beginning
in 1962.
 The National Work and Family Month is the
month of October in the United States.
National Work and Family Month is
designed to communicate and celebrate the
progress towards creating healthier and
more flexible work environments. The goal
of the campaign is to remind employers
about the business benefits of supporting
work-life effectiveness programs.

 Filipino American History Month
 LGBT History Month
 National Bullying Prevention Month
 Polish American Heritage Month
 National Domestic Violence
Awareness Month
 National
Month (NCSAM) is observed each October
since its inception in 2004 in the United
States of America. Sponsored by the
National Cyber Security Division (NCSD)
the Department
Security and the National Cyber Security
Alliance (NCSA, a non-profit organization),
National Cyber Security Awareness Month
encourages vigilance and protection by all
computer users "Cyber threats pose one of
the gravest national security dangers the
United States faces" -Barack Obama.
 National Disability Employment Awareness
Month was declared in 1988 by the United
States Congress for October to raise
awareness of the employment needs and
contributions of individuals with all types of
disabilities. The month is an extension of

 Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM),
also referred to in America as National
Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM),
is an annual international health campaign
organized by major breast cancer charities
every October to increase awareness of the
disease and to raise funds for research into
its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment
and cure. The campaign also offers
information and support to those affected
by breast cancer.

Edited By: Rtr. Sayantonee

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