One Day a Month
To develop qualities like selflessness, determination to serve and leadership in the youth
Swami Vivekananda believed that a young man's life should be successful as well as meaningful so that his mind, heart and soul are nurtured. Vivekananda's thoughts about a meaningful life can be understood in these four points - physical, social, intellectual and spiritual resources. Swami Vivekananda wanted maximum number of youth to be involved in social activities which would not only improve the society but also lead to personal development. He also linked spirituality with social service and spoke of serving God in man.
Why this campaign?
In order to develop qualities like selflessness, determination to serve, truthfulness and leadership among the youth, every institute/college should give priority to service work one day in a month. Every institute/college must take the responsibility of any one service work (such as cleanliness program, tree plantation program, blood donation camp, drug prevention awareness, elderly care etc.) according to the circumstances around it.
The aim of this campaign is to establish a separate ideal identity of each institute/college along with the overall social, mental, physical and academic development of the students. Please send us information about service work done every month so that your work can become an inspiration to others.