Co-curricular

At MDCGS, we promote extra-curricular activities for our students as we believe in their holistic growth and transformation. Extra-curricular activities allows for students pursue their goals and interests outside of their standard academic curriculum. For example, for a student pursuing degree in Commerce might also have a passion for football, can join the college team to follow through his passion. Students might also try some other activities also like joining a debate club, nature club etc. Extra-curricular can help students develop skills that will aid them a lot in their professional life later on.

At MDCGS, we promote extra-curricular activities for our students as we believe in their holistic growth and transformation. Extra-curricular activities allows for students pursue their goals and interests outside of their standard academic curriculum. For example, for a student pursuing degree in Commerce might also have a passion for football, can join the college team to follow through his passion. Students might also try some other activities also like joining a debate club, nature club etc. Extra-curricular can help students develop skills that will aid them a lot in their professional life later on.

As there are variety of options, everyone has a chance to participate in extra-curricular activity. It would greatly improve their skills such as ability to work with others, better time management, better discipline, better resume and portfolio.



NSS

Our College started a unit of National Service Scheme (No. 105) under the department of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India in the year 2016. We have achieved its motto ‘Not me But You’ through several social activities such as Blood Donation Camp, Seminars, Entrepreneurial programmes etc.

Students can enroll in NSS at the time of college admission. Attending 7 days’ residential camp and participation in various social services is mandatory to obtain the certificate and grace marks.

A gist of our NSS Unit’s major activities:

The volunteers showed their interest in helping people who had suffered from Kerala Flood 2018. One of the noticeable activities done by the unit was the construction of house for Sri. Majeed, an endosulfan victim from Seethangoli. Launching of ‘Orupidi Punyam’ for helping financially backward citizens of the village was very attractive. Seven days residential camp was also conducted by the unit at GHSS, Patla as part of SC/ST colony road construction work. Currently the unit has 40 volunteers under the leadership of Sri. Janardhana, Programme Officer.

THE BHOOMITHRA SENA CLUB (BMC)

The Bhoo Mithrasena Club, an enterprise from the Department of Environment and Climate Change, Government of Kerala, started functioning in our College in the year 2016. The Club focuses on nature protection. Club volunteers will get opportunities to attend workshops, trainings, nature camps etc. After the completion of two years’ service in club, members will get a certificate from the Govt. of Kerala.

Vegetable garden arranged in the campus is one of the contributions of the BMC. Vegetables are sold on auction. The Club observes different days such as World Ozone Day, World Environment Day etc for the students as well as for the villagers. Field trekking and nature camps are annually conducted. Now the Club has 50 volunteers under the leadership of Smt. Ushasree B, Faculty-in-charge of the club.

ED CLUB

Entrepreneurship Development Club creates opportunities for the members to understand industry and motivates them to think of start-ups. Various training programs, workshops help the learners prepare for start-up ideas. District Industrial Centre, Kasaragod conducts various entrepreneurship development programmes in MDCGS.

TOURISM CLUB

Dept. of BBA-Travel & Tourism has formed Tourism Club in MDCGS with the support of District Tourism Promotion Council, Kasaragod. Participants get opportunities to attend international/national level training and other tourism related programmes. Bekal Resorts Development Corporation also offers various programs to our club. Annually, Ethnic Fashion Show, Tourism Quiz, Seminars, Tourism Exhibition are conducted by the club. Tourism Day celebration is a major occasion for such events.

WOMEN’S CELL

There is an active Women’s Cell functioning in MDCGS since its inception. Presently co-ordinated by Staff Co-ordinator Asst. prof. Sijina Narayanan. Women’s cell conducts cultural gatherings, self-defence trainings and various other events. Also it functions as a support system for gender sensitisation including not only the students but the lady staff members also. This years’ cultural gathering Wings was inaugurated by Inspector of Police Smt. Ajitha, Kasaragod Police station.