Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women’s University has designed many unique activities for the fulfillment of the University’s Mission “Education for Community Development” and the objectives of Unnat Bharat Abhiyaan (UBA), MHRD, GOI in 5 adopted villages (Jharna, Devla, Keshrisinghpura, Kapidyawas, and Kotjewar).
To integrate the curriculum knowledge with real-life experience during their academic journey. It is a win-win situation for all the students, community/Industry and University where –
- Students learn how they implement their curriculum knowledge during human interaction.
- Students identify the gap between curriculum & need for real-life and expressed in the form of feedback to University.
- On the basis of feedback, University incorporates the modules in their curriculum or re-understands to students through correlation with conditional situations.
- Needy ones get help in the form of face to face human interaction & activities or a machine to machine digital interaction & activities of students and upgrade their life as required.
Support from Resolution
The resolution of the University is to award degrees to students who have passed University Mission Courses i.e. Women Rights & Laws, Self Defense, Help Aid, Yoga & Meditation, Gender Sensitization, My Behaviour & Ethics, Community Development Activities (CDA) and University compulsory courses in the form of University “Nation Building & Community Development Program (NBCD) Certificate” along with required Academic Credits.
Integration & Correlation
The entire discipline curriculum integrates and correlates with Community Development Activities (CDA) to design the activities modules in a year calendar and implement accordingly. Revise & rethink based on feedback are ready to moderate every moment to fulfill the mission of University and Unnat Bharat Abhiyaan.
University is working in the direction of achieving the mission of University and Unnat Bharat Abhiyaan through various activities in its 5 adopted villages. Highlights are as under:
University is conducting Therapeutic Campaigns and mentorship programs in the field of Education, Health, Agriculture, Legal Aid clinic & various education policies, integrated activities and environmental protection policies are being conducted for the development of adopted villages.1.Therapeutic Campaigns
Therapeutics campaign for uprooting the diseases like Piles, Fistula, Fissure, Constipation, Diabetes & Allergy is conducted by the students with the help of medical experts. Screening, Routine Health Check-Up, Health Awareness, Hygiene & Restoration of Health. University is providing medical facilities to the community through its hospitals.
University has three hospitals, 6 Village Development Centres and 8 PHC University to cater to the community. Medical students perform health checkups of villagers and issued Health Card to each Village House to Promote AYUSH medicine and also make them aware of the University’s medical Ayurveda & Homoeopathy Hospital facilities including Eye, Dental and Diagnosis Procedures.
Mentorship programs for the awareness of education (decrease drop out, increase higher education), Health & Hygiene, and agriculture (organic farming, organic manure, water harvesting) are conducted in which students are deputed as a mentor for each and every house of the adopted village.
4.Mera Gaon Meri Pehchaan
Under integrated project “Village Identification- Mera Gaon Meri Pehchaan” University developed a Startup “University Mahila Samuh Gramodyog”. This University Startup is a single point that enables villagers to acquire training of production & manufacturing of Agriculture products & Homemade products like Pickle, Papad, Vinegar, Sauces, Bakery Product, etc., by preparing them in traditional methods and enlist them for sell-out through a digital platform to develop Village Tourism. The project is also focused to attract the tourists of Jaipur- Ajmer to visit & recognize these villages, preparation of products in traditional method & purchase also.
5.Plantation of Medicinal Plants
Under “Dr. Garg Immunity & Nutrition Kyari” medicinal plants like Neem, Amla, Giloy, Aloe vera, Sahjan & Nagphani are planted at a suitable place in schools and households of adopted villages along with the information related to the part which is useful for immunity & nutrition and the process of its intake. Caring of these plants is done by the B.Sc. (Agriculture) & BAMS students who will look after the Immunity & Nutrition Kyari as well.
In the direction of environmental protection University launched the activity of “Plastic Mukt Mera Gaon” in the adopted villages with the slogan of “Swachata Hi Meri Pehchaan” where students of B.Des Fashion Design prepared cloth bags from used waste clothes donated by the students and staff under University Startup “Punarjanam’- Ready to Serve Again”. Under this Startup, students also collect single-use non-recyclable plastic bags, used pots from students, staff & villagers and provide a plant pot in exchange either for Immunity or Nutrition. These bags & plants are distributed among the staff & household of adopted villages on the 21st of every month.