Centre of continuing and Adul Education and Extention
- · Running of CECs at community level
- · Organizing Rallies
- · Conducting Short-term courses
- · Conducting Awareness Based courses
A Self Help Group named Mumtaz consisting of 20 women was formed in the year 2000- to make them self reliant ,having the capacity of decision making for their betterment. The members were provided training in the Transfer of Technology from the Department of Post Harvest Technology, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, AMU. The SHG during more than a decade long journey has maintained its good will through its quality of products . SHGs main customer is the Kitchen of the J.N. Medical College, AMU where the quality of food has considerably improved and the quantity of the spices reduced due of their purity. The whole processes of purchasing of raw material, cleaning, grinding, packing, account keeping, etc. are being done by the women members of the SHG. This has resulted in empowering them and in enhancing their decision making powers. All the decisions are taken collectively in a meeting.
· Pustak Jatha (Caravan of Books)
The purpose behind this activity is to unite and organize people for social transformation by introducing them to authenticate literatute on social issues. Members of the Pustak Jatha take round of the locality singing songs on social issues and motivating the masses to participate in the process of development. They carry books with them and when a sizeable crowd is gathered, one of the members reads out the book, followed by charcha (discussion) on the book.
· Samta Mela (Women?s Science Fair)
The purpose of Samta Mela is to provide a forum for women to express their experiences, concerns and ideas . Another objective of Samta Mela is to disseminate information on different issues pertaining to quality of life improvement and to create scientific temperament, so that they may be liberated from the different myths prevailing in the society. It is conducted through different sessions aimed at improving education, health, nutrition, etc.
· Bal Swasth Mela (Children?s Fair) and Bal Manch (Children?s Group)
The CCAEE conducts Bal Swasth Melas where free health check- up is arranged with the help of doctors from J.N. Medical College. Immunization of mothers and children is also taken up at these melas. Health education is an integral part of each mela.
The Bal Swasth Melas provide an opportunity to organize children in groups so as to engage them in purposeful, effective and positive activities- addressing the different social issues of national and international concern, like national integration, environment and gender etc. Games, reading of books (vaachan) and group discussion are the main activities of Bal Manch.
· Kala Jatha (Cultural Troupe)
It is a cultural troupe to disseminate information to the masses in an appealing way. The members of the troupe belong to the community itself so they have an understanding of the problems themselves, thus the information can be propagated in an effective way. This activity can be tactfully utilized to organize people for conveying the message.
· Jan Samvad (People?s Dialogue)
It is an innovative method of seeking community support in the development process. It provides a common platform to the masses for a creative discussion. When people share their concerns at a common platform, it becomes feasible to unite them for a purposeful activity.
· Sas Bahu Smmelan (Workshop on Mother and Child Care)
Sas Bahu Smmelan is an innovative venture to bring both the mother and daughter-in-law at the same platform to share the emerging concepts in health education, so as to improve the quality of life and to bridge the differences between them