Dr. P. P. Patil, Vice-Chancellor, North Maharashtra Univeristy, Jalgaon has agreed to be Guest of Honor. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Social Work Morane, Dhule started Ramai Poli Bhaji Centre for poor students. Three Poli and Bhaji only for Rs.5. We are celebrating our one successful year on July 02, 2018 at 11.00 am.
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Social Work, Morane, Dhule celebrated a one day national conference on ‘Social Work Education In India: Emerging Trends and Challenges’ on 23rd August 2017. About 128 participants including professors, Ph.D. Scholars, NGO representatives and students participated in the conference.
The conference was inaugurated by Dr. N. K. Thakare, the first Vice – Chancellor of the North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, Maharashtra. Prof. Vilas Wagh, Secretary, Samata Shikshan Sanstha, Pune presided over the session. Also present on the occasion were Hon. Uttam Kamble, Editor of Sakal Newspaper, Nasik; Prof. Ambadas Mohite Founder President of MASWE, Maharastra. Dr S.I. Kumbhar, Dean of Social Science faculty, Bharti Vidyapith, Pune, Dr. Jalindar Adsule, Principal, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Social Work, Morane, Dhule.
The Ramai Poli Bhaji Centre was inaugurated by Ex- MLA, P.D. Dalal who is a renowned social worker and trustee of Kamlabai Nehru School and founder of Vidyavardhini College. The program was presided over by Shri Vilas Wagh, the Secretary of Samata Shikshan Sanstha.
The function began with a welcome song by the students. This was followed by the keynote address by Dr. Jalindar Adsule, Principal of the College who spoke about the scheme and the entire process of the initiation of the Centre and the fund raising for it. As of now 30 students would be receiving the benefit of the scheme whereby they would be given three polis and bhaji at a nominal cost of Rs.5/-. He mentioned that quality of food would not be compromised upon and sustainability of the Centre was well thought about.
A press conference will be addressed on the 30th of June 2017 at 4.00 pm at Patrakar Sangh Karyalaya, Dhule to announce the opening of the Centre. The conference will be addressed by Dr. Jalindar Adsule, Principal of the College, Mr. Prakash Jawale, CEO, Samata Shikshan Sanstha and Ms. Priti Wahane, Convener of the Centre.
The Ramai Poli Bhaji Centre will be inaugurated on the 1st of July 2017 at 10.30 am The Centre will be inaugurated by Mr. P.D. Dalal Ex- MLA and the function will be presided over by Prof Vilas Wagh, Secretary, Samata Shikshan Sanstha. The inaugural address will be delivered by Dr. Jalindar Adsule, Principal of the College The guests include Mr. P.P. Maulikar, Officer on special duty, Affiliation Department, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, Mrs Usha Wagh, Member, Samata Shikshan Sanstha, , Harshada Badgujar, Social Welfare Officer, Advocate Sarangi Gujarati, President, Inner Wheel Club, Dhule, and Mr. Prakash Jawale, CEO, Samata Shikshan Sanstha, The vote of thanks will be proposed by Prof. Rachna Adsule
Com. Najubai Gavit, a renowned social activist inaugurated the one day workshop on “Socio-economic and Cultural Variations amongst the Tribals” organized by the College on 29th July, 2017. She expressed that the current trends are that researchers conduct research sitting in air – conditioned offices. She laid stress on the fact that researchers should reach the tribal villages, and homes of the Tribals and through interaction with them identify their problems and issues. In his presidential address Dr. Jalindar Adsule, Principal mentioned that it is crucial and extremely important to re-visit the issues of Tribals as their lives have undergone a lot of transformation, as a result of which new issues have emerged. He said that many of the Tribals no longer reside in forests and their traditional occupations related to forests have also changed.
Samata Shikshan Sanstha’s Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Social Work, Morane, Dhule is organizing one day workshop on “Socio Economic and Cultural variations among Tribals” on 29th July 2017. The College has been working with the tribal community since 20 years. While teaching as well as during the course of field work in the tribal villages, the need for taking up research work in the field of tribal development was felt.
Hence the college conducted a study on “Socio Economic and Cultural variations among tribal people of North Maharashtra Region.” which was sponsored by the Indian Council of Social Sciences Research (ICSSR), New Delhi. The study is exclusively related to three major tribes namely – Bhil, Pawara and Kokana from three districts of North Maharashtra Region.