An NGO meet NGO meet was organised on 29th October, 2018 based on the theme of “Emerging Trends in Social Work Profession”. The meet was attended by thirty representatives from both governmental and non-governmental partner agencies, 200 students and faculty members of various colleges. Meet inaugurated by college Principal Dr. Mamta Sharma and chief guests were Mr. Uday Shankar Singh, Chief Controller of Vishwa Yuva Kendra (VYK) and Mr. B.R. Shekhar, Chief Medical Social Service Officer, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). After the inaugural ceremony, Dr Sunita Behmani (Teacher in charge) presented concept note on the meet. Academic panel sessions with NGO representatives have conducted as part of the meet. Panels comprised of eminent personalities from various partner NGOs. First-panel discussion on ‘Contemporary challenges and scope in NGO management’ was chaired by Ms Seema Rani. Ms Sabna from CAW cell spoke about women's issues and the importance of counselling, especially emotional care to deal with victims of domestic violence. Anand Chinnakaran shared sustainability approach implemented by Dr. Shroff Charity Eye Hospital. Mr. Harsh from Children National Organisation talked about contemporary limitations relating to funding and alternative sources to find out resources in the NGO sector. Second-panel discussion on ‘Role of NGOs and Government in emerging trends in social work practice’ chaired by Dr. Beena Antony Reji. Mr Rajendra Kumar of Don Bosco talked about the challenges in child sector like corruption and misuse of child rights. Mr B.R. Shekhar from AIIMS discussed on various government scheme for the welfare of poor and needy patients. Mr K.V. Hamza from DNip Care shared his experience in palliative care service. He talks about in the individual social responsibility to make a successful palliative care system. Mr Rajiv from VYK shared his experience of working with the youth and community people. Mr Sijo Mathai from We Plant shared that availability of resources for social work profession is increasing and highlighted that commitment, accountability and transparency (CAT) is demanded in the current social work profession. Productive and active discussions from both students and agency representatives enriched the academic panel sessions.
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