Parvaah, the social wing of K.J Somaiya College of Engineering works towards the social causes of the society and improving the conditions of the less privileged. Team Parvaah, through its various initiatives, has been striving to spread maximum social awareness in the community.

Beach Clean-up (2017)

Team Parvaah was a part of the Versova Beach clean up drive. A lot of student organisations across Mumbai joined hands to save the beach. Cleaning and hygiene issues have always been of utmost importance in our city.

eco run (2019)

With the three-year-long cause of zero-waste community, Parvaah organised a ‘Parvaah eco run’ which advocated the importance of walking to reduce the global carbon footprint. We decided to go an extra mile working towards a cause with passion, dedication and panache.

Signal Shala (2019)

Parvaah collaborated with Signal Shala to spread awareness regarding the importance of 5R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rot, Refuse). With its motto to create a zero-waste community, Parvaah has been constantly promoting the necessity of reducing the generation of waste.

Secret Santa (2019)

What is a Christmas Celebration without a Secret Santa? Team Parvaah visited the Desire society, a community of HIV positive children. The kids here are provided with care and education by an NGO. The team members helped the children decorate Christmas trees and later Santa distributed gifts among them.

Diwali donation drive (2019)

The festival of lights brings with it happiness and joy. Team Parvaah associated with the Maher Neev Orphanage and spread smiles on the little faces. There is always a sense of contentment in giving and we experienced a complete bliss being able to spend some time with the children.

Tree plantation drive (2019)

With our environment on the verge of being knocked down by humans, woodlands are the only thing that can cushion our habitat. As they say “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago and the second-best time is now”, abiding by the same, Parvaah conducted a tree plantation drive.

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