Rotaract Club of Hansraj College is an institution based Rotaract Club under the supervision of Rotary International. We are a non profit organization working in the social welfare domain. The club endeavors to assist the society and develop a holistic environment for the overall development of human beings. We focus on development of students as leaders in their community and workplace. Rotaract organizations have evolved with time and now we also focus on the professional development and skill enhancement of the members along with assisting the social issues. The members share a common vision of achieving the sustainable development goals to lead the world to a better future with communal harmony and creating an impact for the upcoming generations.
The Rotaract Club of Hansraj College organized "Mind your Policy The Think Tank of the Future"!
A case study competition was organized where our participants got an insight into the challenges faced by our policymakers and it is up to you to formulate a cohesive plan of action, on which the lives of millions are dependent!
The event was spread out over two rounds. In the preliminary round, questions that challenge one’s business acumen and critical thinking were needed to be answered within a stipulated time. In the final round, the finalists were set off against various real laws, acts and policies of the country. The event got 120+ registrations including students from top B-schools in India.
'Project Manas' is an initiative to spread awareness about mental health continuum and break taboos associated with mental health. The project managed to talk about some issues that are considered to be a stigma to the society such as various mental health syndromes and phobias. The project also focused on the impact of covid-19 on mental health and suggested some healthy ways to cope with the stress.
Pride Month (February) focused on creating a safer place for the LGBTQ+ community; the project involved interviewing people from the LGBTQ+ community, creating posts on social media platforms to spread as much word about the pride month as possible. Focused on creating relevant content so that more and more young minds can relate and celebrate the occasion.
Ann ki barbaadi jeevan ka sabse bada paap hai. Upholding the virtues of the above quote, food boxes containing sandwiches, biscuits and namak paare were distributed to underprivileged, outside a temple, opposite Hansraj College, University of Delhi. We believe that no matter how big or small the contribution - it matters in bringing about a big change!
Project Stree was initiated to spread menstrual hygiene awareness. It focused on advocacy of positive social norm and cleanliness practices during periods. It aimed to spread awareness about the need for women upliftment and empowerment among kids, youth and adults and break all the shackles of discrimination. The focus was on spreading awareness about breast cancer, myths and facts about periods, how to avoid pregnancy and awareness about unsafe abortion. Our target locality for the first phase of this project was the basti area located in Majnu ka Tilla. Under Project Stree, our volunteers went forth to elucidate and educate the adolescent girls and the women about the do's and don'ts pertaining to menstruation. One of the main objectives behind this project is to end the stigma around menstruation and normalize its conversation.