“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much” – quoted by Helen Keller. Community service can be articulated as where people work for a noble cause of offering selfless services for the welfare of the society.

Adhyaya (Better solutions for better society) which commenced two years ago is an event under the Community Service Avenue conducted by Rotaract Club of WCE Sangli, which deals with the welfare of the society and students. The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members. Thus, the theme of Adhyaya’18  wasWhen action meets Compassion’.

The various sub-events under Adhyaya’18 emphasized on the importance of personal and community welfare for betterment of the Society and encourage individual and team participation for the same. Adhyaya’18  was conducted between October 17 to 23 in college and outside. The various sub-events under Adhyaya’18 were:


This was a Campaign for spreading awareness among the College Students about addiction of mobiles and social media. A Street Play was conducted on October 23 in College highlighting the issue of addiction of mobiles and social media. It appealed students to be aware and responsible to make optimal use of mobiles and social media.


The purpose of taking this challenge was to create awareness among the students about fitness. In this challenge students had to shoot a video of any workout and they had to share that video on the link which was provided. This fitness challenge was arranged between October 14 to 23. Along with the video, they needed to give a message which would create awareness about fitness among the college students.


Seed bombing is a technique of introducing vegetation to land by throwing or dropping seed balls. Seed bomb, also known as seed ball, is a spear shaped ball which consists of seeds or seed in its core, along with combination of fertilizer (natural dry cow dung) and locally available soil. It was a great initiative taken under Adhyaya’18  towards a better and cleaner environment.


This year Rotaractors visited Bhagini Nivedita Pratishthan, which is a home to AIDS affected girls at Yashwantnagar, Sangli. The main motto behind visit was to share quality time with them through lots of fun and enjoyment activities.



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