Mission & Vision of TREMORS,
To address some of the core issues that are hampering the balanced development of the society, Tremors club was formed by the students and it was made official on Feb 17th 2010.
This club, a student initiative, was started for making Salem, a better place to live in.
The main objective of the club is to address the environmental and some of the most important socio-economic problems which are hampering the overall growth of our city by conducting activities such as tree plantations, photo exhibitions, education for all, awareness camps, etc.
The events and activities that are taken up by our club go beyond creating awareness to bring in changes in the society that we live in. We aim to go beyond being a club and become a youth movement.
So far we have considered earth as our mother and got everything from her, but at least from now on let us consider her as our daughter and give her back everything!!
|S.no||Name of the event||Description||Event outcome|
|1||Tree plantation (26/08/2018)||For the first event of TREMORS, we planned to organize Tree plantation . The saplings of different plants such as Neem, Pungam , Teaks, Oaks…were planted thrice in the academic year of 2018-2019.||At the end of the third tree plantation, the distribution of the cloth bags given by the GO GREEN team were given.|
|2||Sona Breeze (16/10/2018)||Sona Breeze, an inter school competition held in our college. The competition include dance competition, music competition, skit, essay writing in Tamil and English, oratorical and extra-curricular activities…||The overall trophy of SONA BREEZE was won by Sri Seshaas International Public School, Salem.|
|3||School awareness program-(impacts of mobile) (February 2nd & 3rd week 2019)||This awareness program mainly focuses in educating children about various effects caused by mobile phones.||Helps the children to be aware of hazardous of mobile phones & help to avoid it.||4||Speakers Forum (27/12/2018)||This event is conducted mainly to create awareness about various environmental issues include impact of plastics, actors in politics, sterlite problem, ONGC, the plan of 8 roads connecting Salem and Chennai, Students were eagerly participated and spoke more about recent environmental issues to control the issues for the future generation.||This event helps us to know more about the recent issues and its effects on environment and helps to know the idea for decreasing the issues|
|5||IOT Webinar (23/08/2018)||Our aim is to teach more about the innovations in technology on agriculture. It helps the students to do their final year project based on IOT. The students from different department of II, III, IV years have been participated.||Student felt very motivated and learned about various technologies and innovations in agriculture.|
|6||i’19 symposium (15/03/2019)||Delightfully TREMORS CLUB will be hosting i’19. The following events will be held :
||Students can get the leadership skills by organizing the events in symposium .They also develop their management skills.|
|NAME OF THE STUDENT||POSITION IN THE CLUB||DEPT / YEAR/ SEC|
|PRAKASH R||CHAIRMAN||EEE / IV / C|
|ASWINI P||VICE CHAIRMAN||CSE / IV / A|
|KARTHIK R||SECRETARY||MECH / III / B|
|PRADEEP R||JOINT SECRETARY||CSE / II / C|
March: We started our work at Mookaneri lake (building Bird Sanctuary) along with Salem Citizen’s Forum and cleaned the lake for 4 consecutive Sunday.
April: Survey of tree felling in Kannankurchi.
June & July: Tree plantation @ Mookaneri on Sundays.
August: We conducted our inter-department environmental symposium, “I”10, stressing the students to take the “I”nitiative to bring a change in the society. 10 different events we organized to make to students more responsible towards the society.
September: Trekking to Yercaud with 107 members.
October: Give a bag, give a life contest” and Multimedia contest for 1st years exclusively.
November: Salem day celebration at Mookaneri along with Salem Citizen’s Forum. Chief Guest- Dr.Muthu Chezian, Periyar University Vice Chancellor.
December: Numbering of all the fans and lights of the college as a part of our energy conservation project.
February: Along with 153 members we went for a one day camp at Yercaud to create awareness about forest rights act to the villagers in Yercaud. This camp was a very good learning experience for the students as they learnt about the atrocities meted out to the forest dwellers.