Adopted village – Birdevwa-di, Tal. Hatkanangale, Dist. Kolhapur
- Special Camp – held during 04-01-2018 to 10-01-2018 at Birdevwadi
- Activities & Cleaning of ‘Smashan Bhoomi’ All Street, School etc.
- Tree Plantation & Preparing Garden in ‘Smashan Bhoomi’
- Cashless village : Birdevwadi :an attempt
- Organized health Camp
- Health Awareness in the Morning
- Propaganda of using Toilet among villages
- Building Roads.
Every year the college organizes a 7-day camp in adopted village i.e.Birdevwadi. Fifty Volunteers and two faculty members (one of them is Programe Officer and a lady teacher) and one peon participate in camp. The faculty members visit the camp after attending their lecture hours. Around 50 students participate in the camp
Shivaji University gives theme of the camp. In last seven years, the following camps were organized at adopted villages (Rangoli,Shivnak Wadi , Mauje Tardal , Shiradwad etc .)
In consultation with Sarpanch, the head of Gram Panchyat, the necessary works are prioritized and implemented during the stay of the camp. Generally following activities are performed for the benefit of the villages.
- Cleanliness of dirty areas ,temples and other public places
- Construction of streets or bypass roads
- Rooting out unwanted congress /hey
- Cleanliness of public water tanks
- Literacy survey
- Rally / street shows on AIDS awareness, superstition, public health, save daughter etc.
- Other work of public nature-Dam wall repaire
In the evening session, the guest lectures are organized for villagers. These lectures contain social education. Their chief aim is to create awareness among the villagers about important issues pertaining to their lives. The evening time is very convenient for the villagers as most of them return home from farms. Generally, the guest lectures are organized as the following subjects.
- Women Health
- Women empowerment
- Importance of savings-Cashless Concept
- Present education system
- Personal hygiene
- Environment protection
- Population problem.
- Bhondubaba (Programme on superstitions / blind belief)
- One-side love
- Economic farming
- Conversation of water
- Child health
- Communal harmony
- Domestic violence