Social Awareness Campaigns
Hope Foundation and Research Centre has been established to be proactive in supporting eminent social causes. The idea is to identify issues that matter most to the local community and the nation at large and work towards developing programs that address these issues. Hope Foundation focuses on bringing about a change in the lives of those who have been less fortunate by providing them will knowledge, skills and nurturing them with social responsibilities to help in nation building.
The range of activities under its scope primarily includes educational and research programs but the Trust / Society extends its support to meaningful causes too thereby adding value to the community.
April 03, 2021
Online essay competition on elimination of single use plastic
Hope Foundation’s FAMT organized a College Level online essay competition on the subject ‘elimination of single-use plastic’ to create awareness about eliminating single-use plastic to create a pollution-free atmosphere. The event was conducted for the students of FAMT on 3rd and 4th of April 2021.
February 5-12, 2021
K-12 Activity: Quiz on Covid-19
Hope Foundation’s FAMT Students Chapter conducted an online quiz on the topic ‘COVID -19 to spread awareness about the ongoing pandemic from February 05-12, 2021. The quiz was conducted to improve and test participants’ knowledge about the pandemic.
May 30, 2020
FAMT Organized a National Drawing Competition
FAMT organized a ‘National Level Drawing Competition’ from 30th May 2020 to 21st June 2020. Afra M. Faruque Wadkar, Sahil Suresh Movale and Aakanksha C. Mahadik won the competition in their respective age group. The themes of the competition included Corona Warriors, Lockdown and Family Integration and Self-Reliant India.
January 16, 2020
Road Safety Seminar
Hope Foundation’s FAMT organized a Seminar on Road Safety on 16th January 2020 in association with District Road Safety Committee Ratnagiri, RTO Ratnagiri, Ratnagiri Police Division and Highway Police on the occasion of 31st National and State of Maharashtra Road Safety Week. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highway, Government of India has announced the observance of National Road Safety Week from 11th to 17th January 2020.
November 27, 2019
Hyundai Motor India Foundation (HMIF) the CSR arm of Hyundai Motor India Ltd, conducted the ‘H-Social Creator’, a social innovation program instituted to felicitate young minds who can deliver simple yet big innovations in areas of road safety, environment and clean India. Ninad and Aryan, students of Hope Foundation’s I²IT were finalists at the ‘H-Social Creator’.
October 07, 2019
Gandhi Global Solar Yatra Workshop
Gandhi Global Solar Yatra Workshop was organized by Hope Foundation’s FAMT. At the backdrop of energy sustainability and mitigating the climatic changes, the idea of ‘Energy Swaraj’ has been conceptualized by IIT, Bombay. Through Gandhi Global Solar Yatra (GGSY), the young generation will be made integral part of the clean energy revolution. 50 students of various branches participated in the workshop to be the Solar Student Ambassadors.
August 27, 2019
A Social Awareness Programme on Cyber Security
Hope Foundation’s FAMT organized a Social Awareness Programme on Cyber Security at Shantaram Yashwant Godole Madhyamik Vidyamandir, Kelye, Mazgaon, Ratnagiri. The students briefed on the cyber security and cybercrimes and explained the need of cyber security, ways to avoid cyber threats and attacks, types of hacking and its preventive measures. 57 students from the secondary school and teachers attended the program.
February 18, 2019
“Drug Free India” Campaign
Hope Foundation’s I²IT students and faculty members, through Webcast, joined the Nationwide ‘Drug Free India’ campaign launched at Chandigarh University. Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, Kapil Sharma, Rapper Badshah, Punjabi Legend Singer Gurdas Mann, spiritual guru Shri Shri Ravi Shankar and other dignitaries launched the fight against drugs from the campus of Chandigarh University. Mrs Tejal Pradhan and Mr. Nachiket Joshi representing the Art of Living were guests of honour at the event at I²IT. Endorsing the slogan “Na Karunga Na Karne Dunga”, our students joined the Drug Free India campaign.
February 11th to 15th, 2019
Digital Transaction Awareness Campaign
The Government of India introduced BHIM mobile application to initiate fast, secure and reliable cashless payments through Smartphone. Hope Foundation’s FAMT students extended support to this initiative of the government by disseminating information on BHIM application, digital and cashless transactions to the people from nearby residential societies, shopping complexes and villages.
January 23, 2019
Voters’ and EVM VVPAT Awareness Programme
A Voters’ Awareness Programme along with Electronic Voting Machine and Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail Awareness was conducted at FAMT in collaboration with Voters’ Registration Office Ratnagiri. the students were made aware about the working of an EVM VVPAT along with the practical experience of the functioning of the machine. The transparency in the functioning of the machine was highlighted by the officers who showed the demo of the machine to the students.
January 16, 2019
Planet or Plastic
Hope Foundation’s FAMT organized a social awareness event “Plastic or Planet” on the occasion of Founder’s Day Celebration. The purpose of the event was to spread awareness about the harmful effects of plastic to the environment and to provide economically viable solutions to replace plastic with the paper bags using origami technique.
January 11th to 17th, 2019
Electric Safety Awareness Campaign
Hope Foundation’s FAMT observed ‘Electric Safety Week’ by organizing ‘Electric Safety Awareness Campaign’ across the schools and colleges. The students were given a presentation on Electrical safety followed by question answer session. The presentation shared information on various household electrical appliances, method of use, precautions, and do’s and don’ts to ensure safety of the users. These trained students are expected to disseminate the information not only to their families but also to their social groups. 53 FAMT students approached 11 institutes including 3 from villages and 1515 students for this awareness campaign.