01Apr/19

GBM Dated 20th March, 2019

The GBM started with the Vice President’s order.  It was followed by the secretarial announcement which proclaimed the achievements and birthdays of rotaractors. Then the GBM was handed over to CSD team.

Rtr. Raj Mankar started with a motivating story of  Darpan Inani who is the highest rated blind chess player in India and the youngest to won the National blind chess championships.

Team names were given as:

Dale Harbison Carnegie: He was an American writer and lecturer, and the developer of famous courses in self-improvement, salesmanship, corporate training, public speaking, and interpersonal skills.

Joseph Girardi: Joseph Samuel Girardi, better known as Joe Girard, was an American salesman. Girard sold 13,001 cars at a Chevrolet dealership between 1963 and 1978, and was recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the seller of the most cars in a year.

Initially Rtr. Raj Mankar told some strategies about how to sell anything, which was followed by a session wherein teams sold the product alloted to them to the customers from teams.This game taught marketing strategies to participants.

“Flipped Side” this was the individuals’ activity conducted by Rtr. Sonali Patil. In this session, each person from a team was given one behaviour which is generally considered as bad and they had to tell in which manner it is good.Team members also shared some of their real life experiences. This session filled the room with the laughter.

The last session was “Perspective Debate” on the CBI And Sarada chit fund scam in West Bengal. The teams were divided into BJP and TMC party. They had to put their points from the perspective of their party.This activity made everyone aware with the same issue and created zeal about politics amongst the members.

Before concluding the GBM feedbacks from members attending the GBM were taken.

 

 

 

15Mar/19

GBM Dated 13th March, 2019

The GBM started with the Vice President’s order. He took the feedback from rotaractors on recently organized Annual Social Gathering and also on ‘Vision-2019 ‘-The National Level Technical event”. This refreshed all the mesmerizing memories they had in the gathering week. Along with it he also gave information on Women’s day and informed about the theme which we have every year for it. This theme is based on the overall major issue which is faced within a year. This year’s theme was “Think Equal, Build Smart, innovate for Change”. It was followed by the Secretarial announcement in which internships, birthdays, etc of rotaractors where thrown light on. Then GBM was handed to CSD team.

Rtr. Raj Mankar started with a story of “Elephant of Circus”. Through this he gave moral that Belief is the important thing in one’s life.

“Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016” was a topic of the public speech delivered by Rtr. Rushabh Choukade. This gave a lot of information to all the rotaractors and cleared meaning of various terms related to it.

Rtr. Abhishek Patil conducted a game named “Nearly” wherein each team had to answer the question displayed. The answer need not be accurate but it should be near about to actual answer. All answers were a numeric value. This game increased general knowledge of rotaractors. This game was full of fun and learning.

“We all can do it” this was the policy-making session conducted by Rtr. Sonali Patil. In this session, each team had to make policy for women’s such that it will give equal importance to men and women in society irrespective of reservation. Each team came up with real-time policies. This actually made the teams think upon and give the feasible solutions which can be actually implemented.

Rtr. Abhishek Patil reminded rotaractors about the Souvenir’s last date and encouraged every rotaractor to come up with the new idea and submit it. At last GBM was concluded with Vice President’s order. The GBM was full of learning, enjoying and exploring.

22Feb/19

BLOOD DONATION CAMP Dated 30th January,2019

Under Community Service Avenue, Blood Donation Camp was successfully conducted on Wednesday, 30 January 2019.
Siddhivinayak blood bank and Shirgaonkar blood bank were there to assist the Blood Donation Camp. It started at 4 pm following the inauguration by Dr. B .G. Patil and Prof. C. H. Wagh who motivated the volunteers and commended the young donors for their noble act, leaving behind the myths about blood donation, students showed great enthusiasm to donate their blood.
After 4:30 pm donors started to come for the blood donation. A total scenario was very calm and fresh. There was an overwhelming response from students and faculty members. A total of 127 units were collected in the camp. Some of the donors who could not donate this were assured for donation in the next camp. A certificate of appreciation, donation card, refreshment was given to each donor as a token of gratitude. There was a smile on every face, everyone was very excited and happy to be a part of such a noble cause.
The camp was a fruitful outcome of combined efforts of all the volunteers. One week of publicity, enthusiastic work of each and every committee member made the execution of camp successful. We appreciate the work of every volunteer, and in this way Blood Donation Camp ended at 9 pm.
The Rotaract Club of WCE Sangli thanks everyone who had contributed directly or indirectly for the Blood Donation Camp. Every year we are honored and feel proud to organize the Blood Donation Camp because service to humanity is service to God.

13Feb/19

GBM dated 6th Feb, 2019

The GBM started with the presidential address. She told about recent CBI news regarding Mamta Banerjee. Then there was an experience sharing session from Rtr. Shubham who got an internship in Atlas Copco.
Moving on, the GBM was handed over to the club service team.

The team names were:

  1. Loog:
    Loog is a line of guitars designed to make it fun and easy to play music. They come with an app that gets kids playing songs on day one
  2. Sphero:
    Sphero is a spherical robot designed by Sphero, previously Orbotix. It is a white polycarbonate ball, capable of rolling around under the control of a smartphone or tablet.
  3. Tegu:
    Tegu is the largest species of tegu lizard. They are an omnivorous species which inhabits the tropical rainforests, savannas, and semi-deserts of east and central South America. Tegus have unusually high intelligence and can also be house-broken.
  4. Tinybop:
    It is an award-winning studio of designers, engineers, and artists building educational apps for kids.

The first session was a public speech given by Rtr. Susmit and Rtr. Riya on the topic INTERIM BUDGET.

Following that, Rtr. Sonali took the game “Saving is earning” in which teams had to make a budget from the amount provided to them.
After that, there was another activity taken by Rtr. Raj named “You are the best” in which a typical personality was given to teams and they had to come up with an ideal personality. The personality was like an engineering student, hostel manager, coach, doctor, etc

The last session was a group discussion. Topics were “can government control petrol prices or not” and  “demonetization”. The judges for group discussion were Rtr. Shraddha and Rtr. Akshay. In the end, everyone got acquainted with the necessities to have a good performance in general discussion.

The GBM ended with the President’s order.