Other activities at SAE

WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT CELL

SAE has established a Women’s Empowerment Cell in the college campus to empower girl’s students, to enhance understanding of issues related to women and to make the college campus a safe place for women students.

With these views, the cell aims at creating awareness of girl’s students rights and duties. It also provides a platform for women to share their experience and views regarding their status in society and to suggest way to improve and empower themselves.

Women’s Empowerment Cell stands for facilitating them through guest lectures, seminars awareness programs and other welfare activities.

Sr. No.

Events

Date

Speaker/Conduction Done by

1

Street play on women empowerment

14/09/2015

Civil Students

2

Seminar on “My Life my Choice

10/10/2015

Ms.Neha Sathe, Asst. Professor

Karve Institute of Social Service, Pune 52

Glimpse of cell

WEC

 

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME

Sinhgad Academy of engineering is having National Service Scheme (NSS) for the unit of 100 students under Savitri bai Phule university of Pune.

NSS Actives at SAE

  • SAE student and staff have successfully conducted Swachhata Abhiyan at Yevalewadi. Occasion is graced by Dr. Sanjay Dalvi NSS director Pune university on 2nd October 2015.
  • Guest lecture on Women’s Empowerment for girls student. Valuable guidance is given by Mr. Anjum  Bagban (PI, Kondhwa police station) and his team on 17th October 2015.
  • Health check up program for SAE staff on 27th October 2015 by expert doctor team from Health Spring Company.

Glimpse of NSS activity

NSS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPORT CLUB

Philosophy:

The idea of the Sport Clubs program is to promote health, physical well being and the acquisition of physical skill development. Sport Clubs are designed to serve individual interests in different competitive sports and entertaining activities. These interests can be competitive, recreational or instructional in nature. Clubs may represent the college in competition and/or may conduct intra-club activities such as practice, instruction, social and tournament play.

Objectives:

  • To make available to students opportunities for the instruction and participation in a wide range of recreational and competitive programs which can develop sound lifelong leisure values and skills.
  • To develop leadership by providing opportunities for students to organize, administrate and problem solve for individual clubs and to become officers thereof.


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