Following are the activities of the club carried out in the academic year 2012-2014.


In order to give the unfortunate people a new lease of life, the club set up a Blood Donation Camp on August 7 2012 and September 24 2013 in collaboration with the Indira Gandhi Medical College (IGMC). The faculty and students turned up in huge numbers. The camp was a great success as more than 350 units were collected.



An interest generating discussion on various topics viz. corruption, terrorism, etc. with the theme “Be the Change You Want to See” was organized on the occasion of Independence Day, in DhyaanKaksh with thought-provoking contributions from Dr. Anil Sehrawat.



On September 14, i.e. on Hindi Divas, the club organized ‘Sangharsh’, a Nukkad Natak Competition, on the topic ‘Social Evils Prevailing in the Society Today’.  Brig. Balbir Singh Sir and Dr. T.S. Lamba Sir were the jury for the event. 5 teams participated and got appreciation from the jury and the audience alike.



Protection from what is being done wrong is of utmost importance to an individual. In light of this, Leo Club organized Self Defence Classes for Girls, in which Mrs. Maala Singh and Dr. SimranTandon also took part with great enthusiasm. Mr. Ajay from Indira Gandhi Khel Parisar was invited to teach martial arts skills and techniques to defend oneself.



The club organized a Blanket Donation Drive during the cold winter months to save the needy and the financially weaker section of the society from the chills of Himachal. The club got great support from the faculty and students as they donated generously.



On January 26 2013, the club had a discussion on the burning topic-‘Solutions for Crimes against Women’, in light of the heart quenching incident which took place in the National Capital last year. The discussion was conducted under the exclusive banner of JUIT Centre for Women Studies headed by Prof. Nirupama Prakash. Dr. Ravi Prakash along with other guests were the panel members and enlightened us with their deep knowledge.The discussion was a great success as the participants came up with many ideas to safeguard women.

On January 26 2014, a street play named "AAJ KA SACH" which included all the atrocities faced by a common man today was showcased at the time of flag hoisting. The day was continued with social service. Small children were served and were taken care of. Leo club gave their best and made children feel happy by organising few games for them and gave them wollen caps. Their smiling faces added joy to the environment. The day ended with a discussion on "BHARAT KE LOKTANTRA KI BADALTIPARIBHASHA" i.e. changing definition of Indian Democracy which gave an idea of India progressing towards development .



Club had also organized two health checkup camps, one in Waknaghat and second in Shoggi, which also emerged as a milestone in the history of the club.the first health checkup camp was in Shoggi in October 2011 whereas the camp in Waknaghat was a homeopathic Health checkup camp in April 2012 and it was one of the most successful check up camps of the region witnessing more than 138 registrations on a single day.






On saturdays, members of leo club visit school at waknaghat to provide personality development classes. We have taught them various topics including moral value, working on computers, sanitation, origamyetc.



Members of leo club provides tutions to children at servant quarter of juit campus . A team of 5 members teaches each day around 30 students and subjects like english, hindi, social science, matematics etc. at servant quaters from mondays to fridays .
The project has acheived great success in the past few months only. the grades of students has risen significantly because of the project.



“It is when you give of yourself that you truly give”
-Kahlil Gibran

Omega Leo Club Waknaghat has come up with a way of giving the students of JUIT, Solan an exciting and enthusiastic experience and at the same time raising funds for the underprivileged sections of the society. On October 3, 2015 the club hosted two major events – Treasure Hunt and Arm wrestling in the campus. To make this event fantastic, the members of the club started preparing with great zeal. A help desk was setup for three consecutive days to assist and exhilarate the students for the active participation. More than hundred students participated at a paid entry of Rs20 each and almost Rs.1500 has been generated to be given as charity in the following month after cutting all sorts of prizes. After thrilling and exuberant rounds of the mesmerising conundrum, Aurish and Mayank Sharma were the fortunate ones to unfold the mystery and got the treasure. On the other hand, Vinamra and Shambhavi after qualifying the knockout rounds and consistently showing qualities like strength, persistence, endurance and perseverance were awarded with the Champions of Arm wrestling male and female respectively.

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