Monday, 19 December 2016


  1. SPICE: Sponsorship Strategy at SFIT
    • Date: September 21st, 2016
    • Venue: Room No. 411, SFIT
    • Organized by: SFIT NSS Unit
    • No. of Participants: 20 Students of SFIT
    • Objectives:
      1. To encourage and guide students with methodologies to go for sponsorship
      2. To help students in the strategy to go for sponsorship
    The resource person Mr. Sanket PrabhuEx-HSBC Vice president and SFIT alumni began the session with asking students ideas about the sponsorship. Then he began with the course of the seminar which was as follows:
    • Understanding the WHY of your event
    • Identifying WHOM to approach for the sponsorship
    • Identifying WHEN to pitch to maximize your chance of success
    • Understanding WHAT is your value proposition
    • Pitching to Win: HOW will you articulate your value proposition
    • SUPER STRATEGY: HOW to create the MOST compelling offer
    The session went on very well. Students clarified their doubts. He also mentioned that he will be available for future guidance if required.



    • Date: 27th September, 2016
    • Venue: Assembly Hall, St. Francis Insititute of Technology Campus, Borivali (W)
    • Organized by: SFIT NSS Unit, SFIT SRC and Galvanie
    • Objectives:
      1. To encourage students of SFIT to donate blood and spreading awareness regarding it as it is the need of the time
      2. To aware students about thalassemia
    The blood donation was organized by NSS and SRC SFIT in collaboration with Bhagwati Municipal General HospitalBorivali, Mumbai and Lokmanya Tilak Municipal General HospitalSion, Mumbai. The blood donation preparations started at 8 a.m. as soon as volunteers gathered. The hospital staff arrived at 9.15 a.m. with the required equipment. A Tulsi plant was offered as a symbol to the head representatives of respective hospital. The blood donation started at 10.15 a.m. and went on till 4.30 p.m. The Thalassemia Screening was started along with blood donation. It was conducted in collaboration with "Think Foundation". A total of 398 students went on for the Screening.
    Total Number of Blood donors: 288
    Number of students participated in Thalassemia Screening: 398
    As we can see there was an overwhelming response from the students.



    • Date: September 17th,2016
    • Time: 7:45 am-12:00 pm
    • Venue: Versova Jetty Beach, Andheri
    • Organized By: SFIT NSS Unit in collaboration with Versova Resident Volunteers and Maharashtra Maritime Board
    • No. of Participants: 77 NSS Volunteers
    • Objectives:
      1. To celebrate the Inernatinal Coastal Clean up Day and patronize Swach Bharat Abhiyaan
      2. To encourage our students to take an active role in the preservation and cleaning up of the ocean
      3. To help maintain beaches clean and trash free
    To mark the International Coastal Clean up Day, SFIT NSS Volunteers in collaboration with Versova Resident Volunteers and Maharashtra Maritime Board, Mumbai participated in a mega clean up drive. At 7:45am NSS Volunteers assembled at the Versova Jetty Beach. After the initial welcome and introduction by the Maharashtra Maritime Board, the gloves and masks were distributed. The volunteers proceeded to the beach and there they were provided the cleaning materials like spade, shovels and bin bags and tubs. The students were assigned spots to be cleaned. They picked garbage of all kinds and later segregated them and transferred them onto tractors carrying wet and dry waste. The cleanliness drive went on up to 11:30am after which refreshments were served to all.

Wednesday, 31 August 2016



On 23 July,2016 NSS unit of St.Francis Institute of Technology had organised a tree plantation drive within the college campus.The main motto of the event was to promote protection of the environment ,as they are the future of the nation.

25 volunteers along with 10 dignitaries participated in the plantation drive. A total of 55 saplings were planted which included the following saplings:-

  1. Almond (Badam)-12 
  2. Black plum (Jamun)-20
  3. Apta (Sona)-15
  4. Mango (Aam)- 8
 The NSS Volunteers were encouraged to take care of the planted saplings. NSS volunteers Shreya Hunur (Head Girl) and Amit Pathare coordinated the event.

NSS volunteers and dignitaries that participated in tree plantation drive
NSS volunteer engaged in tree plantation.


For detailed description, see the full report: Click here
To know our other social activities ,visit NSS-SFIT

Saturday, 20 August 2016



National Service Scheme , under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports Govt. of India, popularly known as NSS was launched in Gandhiji's Birth Centenary Year 1969, in 37 Universities involving 40,000 students with primary focus on the development of personality of students through community service. Today, NSS has more than 3.2 million student volunteers on its roll spread over 298 Universities and 42 (+2) Senior Secondary Councils and Directorate of Vocational Education all over the country. From its inception, more than 3.75 crores students from Universities, Colleges and Institutions of higher learning have benefited from the NSS activities, as student volunteers.

On a similar basis NSS unit of St.Francis Institute of Technology (SFIT) was inaugurated in 2015. The main aim of this scheme to be introduced in the college is to get the Engineering students close to the society. The aim is also to bring about social transformation in students and to generate a civic sense among the students as well as the citizens of the country for a better future.

NSS accomplishes these tasks by conducting various social activities such as tree plantations,clean-up drives (as a support to prime minister's swachh bharat abhiyan ) ,Road safety programmes and many more. There is a special rural camp conducted every year ,where the students are assigned the tasks that will uplift the village and its people.

To get more information on what NSS is ,visit NSS.

To see the activities conducted by NSS-SFIT ,visit NSS-SFIT.