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Cleaning Around Us: Support Community Services

Inclusive Happiness: An online Session by Students

Human Values and Business Management: An analytical discussion Session

Tree Plantation in Campus or near by areas of Student residence

Sanitizer Making Tips

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“Avoid Food wastage” Awareness Drive

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“Avoid Food wastage” Awareness Drive

Mask Making Tips

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Save our World from Pollution: Online Campaign to reduce air pollution

For the students, by the students

When we think of student engagement in learning activities, it is often convenient to understand engagement with an activity as being represented by good behavior (i.e., behavioral engagement), positive feelings (i.e. Emotional engagement), and, above all, student thinking (i.e., cognitive engagement). This is because students may be behaviorally and/or emotionally invested in a given activity […]

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