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Human Values and
Community Outreach
Credit Units - 02
Course Level: Outdoor Activity Based Course
Community Outreach
• Community Outreach involves the donation of time and
or resources for the benefit of the community or its
institutions.
Institutions include NGO’s and CBOs.
• Community Outreach Program enable students to explore
various volunteer opportunities and learn more about the
local institutions and civil society.
• Students taking this course will identify and select an
agency or volunteer project that interests them and for
which they will volunteer throughout the semester.
Objective of community outreach
program
• To develop an understanding of the community, its structure,
resources and characteristics.
• To develop skills to analyze perceptions of community
regarding their problems, needs and issues affecting their lives
• To develop skills in problem solving at individual, group and
community levels, mobilize people around common concerns
and formulate tentative strategies and programs to address
some of the issues confronted
• To develop skills in community research.
• Gain access to practical information that is not yet available in
courses and books related to community work.
Portfolio Preparation
Topic of study
Clear Goals/objectives of the
area/topic under study
Adequate Preparation
Appropriate Methods for study
Significant Results from study
Salient Features of the course
Human Values and Community Outreach – UG
Course Code - SW102
Course Objectives:
• To generate awareness of human values and social caring.
• To reinstate the rich cultural legacy and human values.
• To develop and enhance the sense of individual responsibility towards
society.
Student Learning Outcomes:
• Describe the nature of human values and significance of values.
• Describe and analyze social care.
• Explain what is reaching out and the process
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Salient Features of the course
Human Values and Community Outreach – UG
Course Code - SW102
Course Content
• Module One - Introduction to Human Values
• Descriptors
• Nature and explanations of Human Values; how are values learnt and
realized; Citizenship, mutual aid and collective responsibility
• Module Two- Building Portfolio for human values and outreach
• Descriptors.
• Selection of individual / group projects relating to human values and
community Outreach.
• Module Three- Features of Human Values and Community building
• Descriptors.
• Integrity, Trusteeship, Harmony, Accountability, Inclusiveness,
Commitment, Respectfulness, Belongingness, Sustainability, role of
family, educational institutions and society in inculcating values
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Salient Features of the course
Human Values and Community Outreach – UG
Course Code - SW102
Pedagogy for Course Delivery:
Lectures, Interactive sessions; student self directed learning through creation of
portfolio on activities undertaken for human values and community reach out
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Master Session Plan
Session Topic Plan type
1-3 •Introduction to Human Values
•Nature of Human Values
•Explanations of Human Values
•How are values are learnt and realized
•Belief
•Citizenship
• Mutual aid
•Collective responsibility
Lecture, Case
Presentation,
Documentary
4-8 •Building Portfolio for human values and outreach
•Selection of individual / group projects relating to
human values and community outreach.
Lecture, Home
Assignment
Master Session Plan
Session Topic Plan type
8-12 •Features of Human Values and Community
building
•Integrity
•Trusteeship
• Harmony
•Accountability
•Inclusiveness
• Commitment
• Respectfulness
•Belongingness
• Sustainability
•Role of Family
•Educational Institutions and Society in Inculcating
Values
Lecture, Guest
Lecture
(NGO/Subject
Expert),Case
Presentation,
Assessment /
Evaluation
Assessment Scheme
Mid-Term Assessment Weightage (%) End -Term
Assessment
Weightage
(%)
Poster Presentation& Viva
Home Assignment
(Booklet Format & Case
Studies)
WPR
Monthly Progress review
15
15
5
15
Portfolio Presentation
& Viva Voce
50
Total 50 Total 50
Format of Poster
• Posters should reflect high level of actual work undertaken
by the student and must include the following:
• Area of Study
• Topic
• Objectives
• Approach/Methodology
• Content
• Significant results so far
• Creativity
Format of Portfolio-HVCO
1. Introduction
2. Objectives
3. Rationale of the study
4. Area of study
5. Methodology of study
6. Work Done
7. Results, Observation and Analysis
8. Creativity/Innovation in area of study
9. Conclusion and Recommendation
10. Learning Outcome
11. References/Bibliography
Mapping Continuous Evaluation with CLOs
Course
Level
Outcomes
Assessment
type
Remembe
r the
nature of
human
values
and
significan
ce of
values
Demonstrate
the
understanding
of concepts of
human values
and by applying
them to
contemporary
and recent
debates on
social issues.
Apply the
learnings
for social
care.
Analyse and
reinstate the
rich cultural
legacy and
human
values
Evaluate
the work
for national
integration
and
communal
harmony
Create conscious
practitioners of
human values,
realizing their
potential as
human beings
and conduct
themselves
properly in the
ways of the
world.
Poster
Presentation
& Viva voce
√ √ √ √ √
Home
Assignment
√ √ √ √
Monthly
Progress
Review
√ √ √ √ √
Skilled to apprise and prioritize the concept of
social care with excellence
Skilled to apprise and prioritize the concept of
social care with excellence
Evaluation Schedule
• Poster Presentation & Viva for mid-term evaluation to be conducted by
respective Faculty coordinator in their respective class during mid- March
in Even Semester and during mid-September in Odd semester with
compulsory submission of poster by the student to respective coordinator.
• End term assessment (portfolio presentation and viva voce) to be
conducted by board of evaluators during April/May in Even semester and
during November /December in Odd semester.
• Faculty to Upload External/Internal Marks within 3 days of Evaluation.
• Back paper policy as per University rules.
Progress Review
• Weekly Report by Faculty Coordinators on any issue regarding
conduct of the course.
• Meeting of all HVCO Faculty Coordinators with Director AISS
for review on monthly basis or as required.
LOG SHEET FORMAT
WEEK Time * Description of Activity Evidence for activities
undertaken.
1 Day/Date:
Time total Hours
1 Day/Date:
Time total Hours
Student’s Name Agency/Community: Agency Supervisor if applicable:
Student’s Signature Faculty Coordinator’s Signature
Remarks
HUMAN VALUE AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH
Booklet Format
HUMAN VALUE AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH
Booklet Format……continued
Case Study Format
• Developing Case studies in the community outreach programme
will help a student to understand the aim, outcome and list of
activities carried out during their service. It will be a guide to
monitor the progress and capture the learning outcome during
their work
• Students who are generally interested in the outreach activity may
either:
• Conduct in-depth field research in NGO, Social Enterprise, or
beneficiaries of the Community outreach activities/
programmes etc. as assigned to you by the faculty or of your
own interest.
• Following will be the organization structure of your case study
PART CONTENT DETAILS
Cover Page
+
next two pages
Case title
NGO / Social Enterprise name with Year of establishment / the Community Outreach activity
or programme undertaken with the period
Student name (including enrolment)
Acknowledgement
Table of Contents
Part I
( 8 - 10 Pages)
NGO / Social Enterprise or Community Activity Programme Overview
What is the Purpose of the establishment / activity? - Vision, Mission, Objectives, Core
Values, Philosophy
What is the Focus? - Genesis of Idea and creation of NGO / Social Enterprise or
Community Activity Programme, motivations of the Founders or Volunteers
Initial Challenges faced in establishing or running the programme
List of Activities / Programmes undertaken
Expected Outcomes / Impact from the activities planned
Stakeholders
PART CONTENT DETAILS
Part II
( 5 - 8 pages)
Who is it for?
- service users
- potential service users
- supporters / funders
- other staff / volunteers
- partners
- policy makers
Who manages it?
- Organization structure-Formal or Informal
- People engaged in managing it/ Profile of Volunteers involved/ Social worker profiles
How is it managed?
- Funding - Aided/trust/crowd funding etc.,
- Social Audits if any
Model of functioning
- Government Programme (aided)
- Independent
- Public - Private Partnership
Part III 2-3 Pages Background, Problem Identification, Intervention and Observation by the student,
PART CONTENT DETAILS
Part IV
(5-8 pages)
Analysis and Interpretation of Interviews with respondents
- Capturing Success Stories / Showcase Successful events, outcomes and
achievements of the NGO / Social Enterprise or Community Outreach
Programme
- Explain Challenges / Complications / Limiting factors to achieve desired
outcome
- Key points of narrations or discussions from beneficiaries
Part-V
( 1 page)
Illustrate learning
Aspects of Improvements Suggested
Summarizing the recommendations ( can be any model developed)
Appendix NGO / Social Enterprise Profile, Pamphlets of the activities, Newsletters,
Photographs, Annual report, table, glossary of tables etc.
Social Responsibility &
Community
Engagement
Credit Units - 02
Course Level: Outdoor Activity Based Course
Social Responsibility &
Community Engagement
 New generation of students are increasingly unaware of local rural realities
surrounding their HEIs, as rapid urbanization has been occurring in India.
• A large percentage of Indian population continues to live and work in rural
and peri-urban areas of the country. While various schemes and programmes
of community service have been undertaken by HEIs, there may not be a
provision of a well-designed compulsory community engagement course that
provides opportunities for immersion in rural realities.
• Such a course will enable students to learn about rural challenges and
develop understanding of rural wisdom and life-style in a respectful manner
Salient Features of the course
Social Responsibility & Community Engagement – PG
Course Code – SW613
Course Objectives:
• To develop an appreciation of rural culture, life-style and wisdom amongst students.
• To learn about the status of various agricultural and rural development programmes.
• To understand causes for rural distress and poverty and explore solutions for the same.
• To apply classroom knowledge of courses to field realities and there by improve quality
of learning.
• To develop and enhance the sense of individual responsibility towards society.
• To act as an agent of social change for national development.
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Salient Features of the course
Social Responsibility & Community Engagement – PG
Course Code – SW613
Course Learning Outcomes:
• Remember and give value to the local knowledge and wisdom of the community.
• Define an understanding of rural life, culture and social realities.
• Explain and develop a sense of empathy and bonds of mutuality with local community.
• Analyse and Identify the opportunities for contributing to community’s socio-economic
improvements including use of technology for social cause
• Evaluate significant contributions of local communities to Indian society and economy.
• Create conscious practitioners of human values, realizing their potential as human beings
and conduct themselves properly in the ways of the world.
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Salient Features of the course
Social Responsibility & Community Engagement – PG
Course Code – SW613
Course Content
• Module One - Socio- Cultural and Community Development
• Descriptors
• Concept of community outreach, Citizenship development, mutual aid and
collective responsibility. Nature and types of Communities; rapport building;
identification of needs, utilization of local resources.
• Rural life style, rural society, caste and gender relations, rural values with
respect to community, nature and resources, elaboration of “soul of India
lies in villages’ (Gandhi), rural infrastructure
• Module Two - Understanding rural economy & sustainable livelihood
• Descriptors
• Selection of individual / group projects relating to community Outreach.
• Agriculture, farming, landownership, water management, animal husbandry,
non-farm livelihoods and artisans, craftsmanship, rural entrepreneurs, rural
markets
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Salient Features of the course
Social Responsibility & Community Engagement – PG
Course Code – SW613
Course Content
• Module Three - Rural Institutions and Micro governance system
• Descriptors
• Traditional rural organisations, Self-help Groups, women empowerment
initiatives, youth in governance, Local governance, Panchayati raj institutions
(Gram Sabha, Gram Panchayat, Standing Committees), local civil society, local
administration
• Module Four- Government programs for Rural Development and nation Building
• Descriptors
• History of rural development in India, current national programmes: Sarva
Shiksha Abhiyan, Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao, Ayushman Bharat, Swachh
Bharat, PM Awaas Yojana, Skill India, Gram Panchayat Decentralised
Planning, NRLM, MNREGA, etc., national programs in South East Asia-
lessons learnt from India
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Salient Features of the course
Social Responsibility & Community Engagement – PG
Course Code – SW613
Pedagogy for Course Delivery:
Lectures, group discussions, Audio, Video
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Master Session Plan
Session Topic Plan type
1-3  Cultural and Community Development
 Concept of community outreach and
Citizenship Development
 Mutual Aid and Collective Responsibility
 Nature and types of Communities
 Rapport Building
 Identification of needs
 Utilization of Local Resources
 Rural Life Style
 Rural society
 Caste and Gender Relations Rural Values with
respect to community
 Nature and Resources
 Elaboration of “soul of India lies in villages’
(Gandhi)
 Rural infrastructure
Lecture, Case
Presentation,
Documentary
Master Session Plan
Session Topic Plan type
4-8  Understanding rural economy & sustainable
livelihood
 Selection of individual / group projects
relating to community Outreach.
 Agriculture
 Farming
 Landownership
 Water Management
 Animal Husbandry
 Non-farm livelihoods and artisans,
Lecture, Home
Assignment,
Documentary
Master Session Plan
Session Topic Plan type
8-12  Rural Institutions and Micro governance system
 Traditional rural organisations
 Self-help Groups
 Women Empowerment Initiatives
 Youth in governance
 Local governance
 Panchayati Raj Institutions (Gram Sabha, Gram
Panchayat, Standing Committees),
 Local Civil Society
 Local administration
Lecture, Guest
Lecture
(NGO/Subject
Expert),Case
Presentation,
 Government programs for Rural Development
and nation Building
 History of rural development in India
 Current national programmes
Lecture, Case
Presentation,
Success Stories,
Assessment /
Evaluation
Assessment Scheme
Mid-Term Assessment Weightage (%) End -Term
Assessment
Weightage
(%)
Poster Presentation& Viva
Home Assignment
(Booklet Format& Case
Studies)
WPR
Monthly Progress review
15
15
5
15
Portfolio Presentation
& Viva Voce
50
Total 50 Total 50
Mapping Continuous Evaluation with CLOs
Course
Level
Outcomes
Assessment
type
Remember
and give
value to
the local
knowledge
and
wisdom of
the
community
Define an
understan
ding of
rural life,
culture
and social
realities
Explain and
develop a
sense of
empathy
and bonds
of mutuality
with local
community.
Analyse and
Identify the
opportunities for
contributing to
community’s
socio-economic
improvements
including use of
technology for
social cause
Evaluate
significant
contribution
s of local
communities
to Indian
society and
economy.
Create conscious
practitioners of
human values,
realizing their
potential as
human beings
and conduct
themselves
properly in the
ways of the
world
Poster
Presentation
& Viva voce
√ √ √ √ √
Home
Assignment
√ √ √ √ √
Monthly
Progress
Review
√ √ √ √ √ √
Evaluation Schedule
• Poster Presentation & Viva for mid-term evaluation to be conducted by
respective Faculty coordinator in their respective class during mid- March
in Even Semester and during mid-September in Odd semester with
compulsory submission of poster by the student to respective coordinator.
• End term assessment (portfolio presentation and viva voce) to be
conducted by board of evaluators during April/May in Even semester and
during November /December in Odd semester.
• Faculty to Upload External/Internal Marks within 3 days of Evaluation.
• Back paper policy as per University rules.
Progress Review
• Weekly Report by Faculty Coordinators on any issue regarding
conduct of the course.
• Meeting of all Faculty Coordinators with Director AISS for
review on monthly basis or as required.
LOG SHEET FORMAT
WEEK Time * Description of Activity Evidence for activities
undertaken.
1 Day/Date:
Time total Hours
1 Day/Date:
Time total Hours
Student’s Name Agency/Community: Agency Supervisor if applicable:
Student’s Signature Faculty Coordinator’s Signature
Remarks
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY & COMMUNITY
ENGAGEMENT
Booklet Format
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND COMMUNITY
ENGAGEMENT
Booklet Format……continued
Universal Human
Values
Credit Units - 02
Course Level: Outdoor Activity Based Course
Universal Human Values
 The New National Education Policy (NEP)-2019 recommends aligning
education with the UN SDGs for the development of a socially conscious,
knowledgeable, and skilled nation that can uplift its youths and make them
future ready.
 In India, human civilization is known for the values that it cherishes and
practices. Across various times and places, sages, saints and seers, drawing on
their experience, developed practices that placed central importance on
values; Truth, Love, Peace, Non-Violence and Righteous Conduct are few
such Universal Human Values, which at the operational level have been
named differently as sincerity, honesty, righteousness, humility, gratitude,
aspiration, prosperity, non-violence, trust, faith, forgiveness, mercy, peace and
so on.
 This course aims at making learners conscious about universal human
values in an integral manner and make India’s youth future ready.
Salient Features of the course
Universal Human Values – PG
Course Code – PHIL601
Course Objectives:
• To recall the meaning, purpose, and relevance of universal human values
• To demonstrate understanding of Gandhian ideologies and the importance of practicing
Truth and Non- violence.
• To apply the relevance of values such as peace, harmony and sacrifice for the holistic
development of human personality.
• To analyze the teachings and ideologies of great thinkers.
• To evaluate and implement the treasure of human values in life.
• To create, inculcate and practice universal human values consciously to be a good human
being and realise one’s potentials
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Salient Features of the course
Universal Human Values – PG
Course Code – PHIL601
Course Learning Outcomes:
• Remember and know about universal human values and understand the importance of
values in individual, social circles, career path, and national life
• Demonstrate understanding from case studies of lives of great and successful people
who followed and practised human values and achieved self-actualisation.
• Apply universal values to become conscious practitioner of human values and work
towards being a socially responsible and committed citizens.
• Analyze the ideologies and teachings of great Thinkers.
• Evaluate the teachings and other universal human values that indicates the essence of
human condition.
• Create conscious practitioners of human values, realizing their potential as human beings
and conduct themselves properly in the ways of the world.
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Salient Features of the course
Universal Human Values – PG
Course Code – PHIL601
Course Content
• Module One - The Universal Human Values and Ethics, Love, Compassion and
Service
• Descriptors
• Understanding of Love, Service and Compassion- Forms of love and service —
for self, parents, family, friend, spouse, community, nation, humanity and other
beings, both for living and non-living, understanding of terms Love, Compassion
and Service and their inter-relatedness
• Significance of Practicing Love, Compassion and Service in day-to-day life,
Relevance of such values in transforming human personality.
• Ethical pursuits of Universal Human Values
• Future of Humanity
• Gratitude and moral capabilities
• Modern Indian thinkers who are remembered in history for practicing
compassion and love: Swami Vivekananda and Sri Aurobindo & examples from
other socities.
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Salient Features of the course
Universal Human Values – PG
Course Code – PHIL601
Course Content
• Module Two - Truth and Non-violence
• Descriptors
• Concepts of truth
• Understanding of Empathy, patience, tolerance and forgiveness
• Non-violent resistant acts
• Moral responsibility and conduct
• Leaders of non-violence, Importance of practicing Truth and Non-violence
• Gandhian concept of Truth, Ahimsa or non-violence and non-possession
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Salient Features of the course
Universal Human Values – PG
Course Code – PHIL601
Course Content
• Module Three- Inner Peace, Harmony and Renunciation (Sacrifice)
• Descriptors
• Concept of Happiness, Harmony, peace for holistic development of human
personality
• Renunciation and sacrifice. Self-restrain and ways of overcoming greed.
• Concept of Spirituality and its significance
• Development of Humanitarian values and wisdom: Lessons from Buddha;
Eight Noble Paths of Buddhism for universal development of mankind.
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Salient Features of the course
Social Responsibility and Community Engagement – PG
Course Code – PHIL601
Pedagogy for Course Delivery:
Lectures, Audios, Videos
Credit
L T P/
S
SW/F
W
TOTAL
CREDIT
UNITS
0 0 0 4 2
Master Session Plan
Session Topic Plan type
1-3 •Significance & Ethical aspects of Human Values
•Meaning of Love, Service and Compassion
•Forms of love and service
•Inter-relatedness between Love, Compassion and
Service
•Significance of Practicing Love, Compassion and
Service in day-to-day life
•Relevance of such values in transforming human
personality
•Ethical pursuits of Universal Human Values, Future of
Humanity, Gratitude and moral capabilities
•Modern Indian thinkers who are remembered in
history for practicing compassion and love
•Significance of values as per teachings of Swami
Vivekananda
•Values as per the teachings of Sri Aurobindo
Lecture, Case
Presentation,
Documentary
Master Session Plan
Session Topic Plan type
4-8 •Concepts like truth and non-violence
•Understanding of Empathy, patience, tolerance
and forgiveness
•Non-violent resistant acts
•Understanding the concept of Moral
responsibility and conduct
•Leaders of non-violence and significance of
practicing truth and non-violence.
•Brief introduction to Gandhian ideologies.
•Gandhian concept of Truth
•Gandhian concept of Ahimsa or non-violence
and non-possession
Lecture, Home
Assignment,
Documentary
Master Session Plan
Session Topic Plan type
8-12 •Introduction of concepts like Inner Peace,
Harmony and Sacrifice.
•Concept of Happiness, Harmony, peace for
holistic development of human personality
•Understanding Renunciation
•Understanding the relevance of sacrifice
•Self-restrain and ways of overcoming greed.
•Concept of Spirituality and its significance
•Development of Humanitarian values and
wisdom
•Lessons from Buddha
•Eight Noble Paths of Buddhism for universal
development of mankind
Lecture,
Guest Lecture
(Subject
Expert from
Philosophy),
Case
Presentation,
Success
Stories,
Assessment /
Evaluation
Assessment Scheme
Mid-Term Assessment Weightage (%) End -Term
Assessment
Weightage
(%)
Poster Presentation & Viva
Home Assignment
((Documentation of values
learnt, ideologies of
Thinkers)
WPR
Monthly Progress review
15
15
5
15
Portfolio Presentation
& Viva Voce
50
Total 50 Total 50
Mapping Continuous Evaluation with CLOs
Course
Level
Outcomes
Assessment
type
Remember and
know about
universal
human values
and
understand the
importance of
values in
individual,
social circles,
career path,
and national
life
Demonstrate
understandin
g from case
studies of
lives of great
and
successful
people who
followed and
practised
human values
and achieved
self-
actualisation
Apply universal
values to become
conscious
practitioner of
human valuesand
work towards
being socially
responsible and
committed
citizens
Analyze
the
ideologi
es and
teachin
gs of
great
Thinker
s
Evaluate the
teachings and
other
universal
human values
that indicates
the essence
of human
condition
Create
conscious
practitioners
of human
values,
realizing their
potential as
human beings
and conduct
themselves
properly in
the ways of
the world
Class
Presentation
and Viva
√ √ √ √
Class Test √ √ √ √ √ √
Assignment √ √ √ √
Evaluation Schedule
• Poster Presentation & Viva for mid-term evaluation to be conducted by
respective Faculty coordinator in their respective class during mid- March
in Even Semester and during mid-September in Odd semester with
compulsory submission of poster by the student to respective coordinator.
• End term assessment (portfolio presentation and viva voce) to be
conducted by board of evaluators during April/May in Even semester and
during November /December in Odd semester.
• Faculty to Upload External/Internal Marks within 3 days of Evaluation.
• Back paper policy as per University rules.
Progress Review
• Weekly Report by Faculty Coordinators on any issue regarding
conduct of the course.
• Meeting of all Faculty Coordinators with Director AISS for
review on monthly basis or as required.
LOG SHEET FORMAT
WEEK Time * Description of Activity Evidence for activities
undertaken.
1 Day/Date:
Time total Hours
1 Day/Date:
Time total Hours
Student’s Name Agency/Community: Agency Supervisor if applicable:
Student’s Signature Faculty Coordinator’s Signature
Remarks
UNIVERSAL HUMAN VALUES
Booklet Format
UNIVERSAL HUMAN VALUES
Booklet Format……continued
Thank You
For More Details, Please contact -
Professor Nirupama Prakash, Ph.D
Director, Amity Institute of Social Sciences
Mobile +91 9810963092
Telephone +91 120 4586832 (W) Direct
Email - nprakash@amity.edu

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  • 1. Human Values and Community Outreach Credit Units - 02 Course Level: Outdoor Activity Based Course
  • 2. Community Outreach • Community Outreach involves the donation of time and or resources for the benefit of the community or its institutions. Institutions include NGO’s and CBOs. • Community Outreach Program enable students to explore various volunteer opportunities and learn more about the local institutions and civil society. • Students taking this course will identify and select an agency or volunteer project that interests them and for which they will volunteer throughout the semester.
  • 3. Objective of community outreach program • To develop an understanding of the community, its structure, resources and characteristics. • To develop skills to analyze perceptions of community regarding their problems, needs and issues affecting their lives • To develop skills in problem solving at individual, group and community levels, mobilize people around common concerns and formulate tentative strategies and programs to address some of the issues confronted • To develop skills in community research. • Gain access to practical information that is not yet available in courses and books related to community work.
  • 4. Portfolio Preparation Topic of study Clear Goals/objectives of the area/topic under study Adequate Preparation Appropriate Methods for study Significant Results from study
  • 5. Salient Features of the course Human Values and Community Outreach – UG Course Code - SW102 Course Objectives: • To generate awareness of human values and social caring. • To reinstate the rich cultural legacy and human values. • To develop and enhance the sense of individual responsibility towards society. Student Learning Outcomes: • Describe the nature of human values and significance of values. • Describe and analyze social care. • Explain what is reaching out and the process Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 6. Salient Features of the course Human Values and Community Outreach – UG Course Code - SW102 Course Content • Module One - Introduction to Human Values • Descriptors • Nature and explanations of Human Values; how are values learnt and realized; Citizenship, mutual aid and collective responsibility • Module Two- Building Portfolio for human values and outreach • Descriptors. • Selection of individual / group projects relating to human values and community Outreach. • Module Three- Features of Human Values and Community building • Descriptors. • Integrity, Trusteeship, Harmony, Accountability, Inclusiveness, Commitment, Respectfulness, Belongingness, Sustainability, role of family, educational institutions and society in inculcating values Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 7. Salient Features of the course Human Values and Community Outreach – UG Course Code - SW102 Pedagogy for Course Delivery: Lectures, Interactive sessions; student self directed learning through creation of portfolio on activities undertaken for human values and community reach out Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 8. Master Session Plan Session Topic Plan type 1-3 •Introduction to Human Values •Nature of Human Values •Explanations of Human Values •How are values are learnt and realized •Belief •Citizenship • Mutual aid •Collective responsibility Lecture, Case Presentation, Documentary 4-8 •Building Portfolio for human values and outreach •Selection of individual / group projects relating to human values and community outreach. Lecture, Home Assignment
  • 9. Master Session Plan Session Topic Plan type 8-12 •Features of Human Values and Community building •Integrity •Trusteeship • Harmony •Accountability •Inclusiveness • Commitment • Respectfulness •Belongingness • Sustainability •Role of Family •Educational Institutions and Society in Inculcating Values Lecture, Guest Lecture (NGO/Subject Expert),Case Presentation, Assessment / Evaluation
  • 10. Assessment Scheme Mid-Term Assessment Weightage (%) End -Term Assessment Weightage (%) Poster Presentation& Viva Home Assignment (Booklet Format & Case Studies) WPR Monthly Progress review 15 15 5 15 Portfolio Presentation & Viva Voce 50 Total 50 Total 50
  • 11. Format of Poster • Posters should reflect high level of actual work undertaken by the student and must include the following: • Area of Study • Topic • Objectives • Approach/Methodology • Content • Significant results so far • Creativity
  • 12. Format of Portfolio-HVCO 1. Introduction 2. Objectives 3. Rationale of the study 4. Area of study 5. Methodology of study 6. Work Done 7. Results, Observation and Analysis 8. Creativity/Innovation in area of study 9. Conclusion and Recommendation 10. Learning Outcome 11. References/Bibliography
  • 13. Mapping Continuous Evaluation with CLOs Course Level Outcomes Assessment type Remembe r the nature of human values and significan ce of values Demonstrate the understanding of concepts of human values and by applying them to contemporary and recent debates on social issues. Apply the learnings for social care. Analyse and reinstate the rich cultural legacy and human values Evaluate the work for national integration and communal harmony Create conscious practitioners of human values, realizing their potential as human beings and conduct themselves properly in the ways of the world. Poster Presentation & Viva voce √ √ √ √ √ Home Assignment √ √ √ √ Monthly Progress Review √ √ √ √ √ Skilled to apprise and prioritize the concept of social care with excellence Skilled to apprise and prioritize the concept of social care with excellence
  • 14. Evaluation Schedule • Poster Presentation & Viva for mid-term evaluation to be conducted by respective Faculty coordinator in their respective class during mid- March in Even Semester and during mid-September in Odd semester with compulsory submission of poster by the student to respective coordinator. • End term assessment (portfolio presentation and viva voce) to be conducted by board of evaluators during April/May in Even semester and during November /December in Odd semester. • Faculty to Upload External/Internal Marks within 3 days of Evaluation. • Back paper policy as per University rules.
  • 15. Progress Review • Weekly Report by Faculty Coordinators on any issue regarding conduct of the course. • Meeting of all HVCO Faculty Coordinators with Director AISS for review on monthly basis or as required.
  • 16. LOG SHEET FORMAT WEEK Time * Description of Activity Evidence for activities undertaken. 1 Day/Date: Time total Hours 1 Day/Date: Time total Hours Student’s Name Agency/Community: Agency Supervisor if applicable: Student’s Signature Faculty Coordinator’s Signature Remarks
  • 17. HUMAN VALUE AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH Booklet Format
  • 18. HUMAN VALUE AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH Booklet Format……continued
  • 19. Case Study Format • Developing Case studies in the community outreach programme will help a student to understand the aim, outcome and list of activities carried out during their service. It will be a guide to monitor the progress and capture the learning outcome during their work • Students who are generally interested in the outreach activity may either: • Conduct in-depth field research in NGO, Social Enterprise, or beneficiaries of the Community outreach activities/ programmes etc. as assigned to you by the faculty or of your own interest. • Following will be the organization structure of your case study
  • 20. PART CONTENT DETAILS Cover Page + next two pages Case title NGO / Social Enterprise name with Year of establishment / the Community Outreach activity or programme undertaken with the period Student name (including enrolment) Acknowledgement Table of Contents Part I ( 8 - 10 Pages) NGO / Social Enterprise or Community Activity Programme Overview What is the Purpose of the establishment / activity? - Vision, Mission, Objectives, Core Values, Philosophy What is the Focus? - Genesis of Idea and creation of NGO / Social Enterprise or Community Activity Programme, motivations of the Founders or Volunteers Initial Challenges faced in establishing or running the programme List of Activities / Programmes undertaken Expected Outcomes / Impact from the activities planned Stakeholders
  • 21. PART CONTENT DETAILS Part II ( 5 - 8 pages) Who is it for? - service users - potential service users - supporters / funders - other staff / volunteers - partners - policy makers Who manages it? - Organization structure-Formal or Informal - People engaged in managing it/ Profile of Volunteers involved/ Social worker profiles How is it managed? - Funding - Aided/trust/crowd funding etc., - Social Audits if any Model of functioning - Government Programme (aided) - Independent - Public - Private Partnership Part III 2-3 Pages Background, Problem Identification, Intervention and Observation by the student,
  • 22. PART CONTENT DETAILS Part IV (5-8 pages) Analysis and Interpretation of Interviews with respondents - Capturing Success Stories / Showcase Successful events, outcomes and achievements of the NGO / Social Enterprise or Community Outreach Programme - Explain Challenges / Complications / Limiting factors to achieve desired outcome - Key points of narrations or discussions from beneficiaries Part-V ( 1 page) Illustrate learning Aspects of Improvements Suggested Summarizing the recommendations ( can be any model developed) Appendix NGO / Social Enterprise Profile, Pamphlets of the activities, Newsletters, Photographs, Annual report, table, glossary of tables etc.
  • 23. Social Responsibility & Community Engagement Credit Units - 02 Course Level: Outdoor Activity Based Course
  • 24. Social Responsibility & Community Engagement  New generation of students are increasingly unaware of local rural realities surrounding their HEIs, as rapid urbanization has been occurring in India. • A large percentage of Indian population continues to live and work in rural and peri-urban areas of the country. While various schemes and programmes of community service have been undertaken by HEIs, there may not be a provision of a well-designed compulsory community engagement course that provides opportunities for immersion in rural realities. • Such a course will enable students to learn about rural challenges and develop understanding of rural wisdom and life-style in a respectful manner
  • 25. Salient Features of the course Social Responsibility & Community Engagement – PG Course Code – SW613 Course Objectives: • To develop an appreciation of rural culture, life-style and wisdom amongst students. • To learn about the status of various agricultural and rural development programmes. • To understand causes for rural distress and poverty and explore solutions for the same. • To apply classroom knowledge of courses to field realities and there by improve quality of learning. • To develop and enhance the sense of individual responsibility towards society. • To act as an agent of social change for national development. Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 26. Salient Features of the course Social Responsibility & Community Engagement – PG Course Code – SW613 Course Learning Outcomes: • Remember and give value to the local knowledge and wisdom of the community. • Define an understanding of rural life, culture and social realities. • Explain and develop a sense of empathy and bonds of mutuality with local community. • Analyse and Identify the opportunities for contributing to community’s socio-economic improvements including use of technology for social cause • Evaluate significant contributions of local communities to Indian society and economy. • Create conscious practitioners of human values, realizing their potential as human beings and conduct themselves properly in the ways of the world. Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 27. Salient Features of the course Social Responsibility & Community Engagement – PG Course Code – SW613 Course Content • Module One - Socio- Cultural and Community Development • Descriptors • Concept of community outreach, Citizenship development, mutual aid and collective responsibility. Nature and types of Communities; rapport building; identification of needs, utilization of local resources. • Rural life style, rural society, caste and gender relations, rural values with respect to community, nature and resources, elaboration of “soul of India lies in villages’ (Gandhi), rural infrastructure • Module Two - Understanding rural economy & sustainable livelihood • Descriptors • Selection of individual / group projects relating to community Outreach. • Agriculture, farming, landownership, water management, animal husbandry, non-farm livelihoods and artisans, craftsmanship, rural entrepreneurs, rural markets Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 28. Salient Features of the course Social Responsibility & Community Engagement – PG Course Code – SW613 Course Content • Module Three - Rural Institutions and Micro governance system • Descriptors • Traditional rural organisations, Self-help Groups, women empowerment initiatives, youth in governance, Local governance, Panchayati raj institutions (Gram Sabha, Gram Panchayat, Standing Committees), local civil society, local administration • Module Four- Government programs for Rural Development and nation Building • Descriptors • History of rural development in India, current national programmes: Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao, Ayushman Bharat, Swachh Bharat, PM Awaas Yojana, Skill India, Gram Panchayat Decentralised Planning, NRLM, MNREGA, etc., national programs in South East Asia- lessons learnt from India Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 29. Salient Features of the course Social Responsibility & Community Engagement – PG Course Code – SW613 Pedagogy for Course Delivery: Lectures, group discussions, Audio, Video Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 30. Master Session Plan Session Topic Plan type 1-3  Cultural and Community Development  Concept of community outreach and Citizenship Development  Mutual Aid and Collective Responsibility  Nature and types of Communities  Rapport Building  Identification of needs  Utilization of Local Resources  Rural Life Style  Rural society  Caste and Gender Relations Rural Values with respect to community  Nature and Resources  Elaboration of “soul of India lies in villages’ (Gandhi)  Rural infrastructure Lecture, Case Presentation, Documentary
  • 31. Master Session Plan Session Topic Plan type 4-8  Understanding rural economy & sustainable livelihood  Selection of individual / group projects relating to community Outreach.  Agriculture  Farming  Landownership  Water Management  Animal Husbandry  Non-farm livelihoods and artisans, Lecture, Home Assignment, Documentary
  • 32. Master Session Plan Session Topic Plan type 8-12  Rural Institutions and Micro governance system  Traditional rural organisations  Self-help Groups  Women Empowerment Initiatives  Youth in governance  Local governance  Panchayati Raj Institutions (Gram Sabha, Gram Panchayat, Standing Committees),  Local Civil Society  Local administration Lecture, Guest Lecture (NGO/Subject Expert),Case Presentation,  Government programs for Rural Development and nation Building  History of rural development in India  Current national programmes Lecture, Case Presentation, Success Stories, Assessment / Evaluation
  • 33. Assessment Scheme Mid-Term Assessment Weightage (%) End -Term Assessment Weightage (%) Poster Presentation& Viva Home Assignment (Booklet Format& Case Studies) WPR Monthly Progress review 15 15 5 15 Portfolio Presentation & Viva Voce 50 Total 50 Total 50
  • 34. Mapping Continuous Evaluation with CLOs Course Level Outcomes Assessment type Remember and give value to the local knowledge and wisdom of the community Define an understan ding of rural life, culture and social realities Explain and develop a sense of empathy and bonds of mutuality with local community. Analyse and Identify the opportunities for contributing to community’s socio-economic improvements including use of technology for social cause Evaluate significant contribution s of local communities to Indian society and economy. Create conscious practitioners of human values, realizing their potential as human beings and conduct themselves properly in the ways of the world Poster Presentation & Viva voce √ √ √ √ √ Home Assignment √ √ √ √ √ Monthly Progress Review √ √ √ √ √ √
  • 35. Evaluation Schedule • Poster Presentation & Viva for mid-term evaluation to be conducted by respective Faculty coordinator in their respective class during mid- March in Even Semester and during mid-September in Odd semester with compulsory submission of poster by the student to respective coordinator. • End term assessment (portfolio presentation and viva voce) to be conducted by board of evaluators during April/May in Even semester and during November /December in Odd semester. • Faculty to Upload External/Internal Marks within 3 days of Evaluation. • Back paper policy as per University rules.
  • 36. Progress Review • Weekly Report by Faculty Coordinators on any issue regarding conduct of the course. • Meeting of all Faculty Coordinators with Director AISS for review on monthly basis or as required.
  • 37. LOG SHEET FORMAT WEEK Time * Description of Activity Evidence for activities undertaken. 1 Day/Date: Time total Hours 1 Day/Date: Time total Hours Student’s Name Agency/Community: Agency Supervisor if applicable: Student’s Signature Faculty Coordinator’s Signature Remarks
  • 38. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Booklet Format
  • 39. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Booklet Format……continued
  • 40. Universal Human Values Credit Units - 02 Course Level: Outdoor Activity Based Course
  • 41. Universal Human Values  The New National Education Policy (NEP)-2019 recommends aligning education with the UN SDGs for the development of a socially conscious, knowledgeable, and skilled nation that can uplift its youths and make them future ready.  In India, human civilization is known for the values that it cherishes and practices. Across various times and places, sages, saints and seers, drawing on their experience, developed practices that placed central importance on values; Truth, Love, Peace, Non-Violence and Righteous Conduct are few such Universal Human Values, which at the operational level have been named differently as sincerity, honesty, righteousness, humility, gratitude, aspiration, prosperity, non-violence, trust, faith, forgiveness, mercy, peace and so on.  This course aims at making learners conscious about universal human values in an integral manner and make India’s youth future ready.
  • 42. Salient Features of the course Universal Human Values – PG Course Code – PHIL601 Course Objectives: • To recall the meaning, purpose, and relevance of universal human values • To demonstrate understanding of Gandhian ideologies and the importance of practicing Truth and Non- violence. • To apply the relevance of values such as peace, harmony and sacrifice for the holistic development of human personality. • To analyze the teachings and ideologies of great thinkers. • To evaluate and implement the treasure of human values in life. • To create, inculcate and practice universal human values consciously to be a good human being and realise one’s potentials Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 43. Salient Features of the course Universal Human Values – PG Course Code – PHIL601 Course Learning Outcomes: • Remember and know about universal human values and understand the importance of values in individual, social circles, career path, and national life • Demonstrate understanding from case studies of lives of great and successful people who followed and practised human values and achieved self-actualisation. • Apply universal values to become conscious practitioner of human values and work towards being a socially responsible and committed citizens. • Analyze the ideologies and teachings of great Thinkers. • Evaluate the teachings and other universal human values that indicates the essence of human condition. • Create conscious practitioners of human values, realizing their potential as human beings and conduct themselves properly in the ways of the world. Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 44. Salient Features of the course Universal Human Values – PG Course Code – PHIL601 Course Content • Module One - The Universal Human Values and Ethics, Love, Compassion and Service • Descriptors • Understanding of Love, Service and Compassion- Forms of love and service — for self, parents, family, friend, spouse, community, nation, humanity and other beings, both for living and non-living, understanding of terms Love, Compassion and Service and their inter-relatedness • Significance of Practicing Love, Compassion and Service in day-to-day life, Relevance of such values in transforming human personality. • Ethical pursuits of Universal Human Values • Future of Humanity • Gratitude and moral capabilities • Modern Indian thinkers who are remembered in history for practicing compassion and love: Swami Vivekananda and Sri Aurobindo & examples from other socities. Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 45. Salient Features of the course Universal Human Values – PG Course Code – PHIL601 Course Content • Module Two - Truth and Non-violence • Descriptors • Concepts of truth • Understanding of Empathy, patience, tolerance and forgiveness • Non-violent resistant acts • Moral responsibility and conduct • Leaders of non-violence, Importance of practicing Truth and Non-violence • Gandhian concept of Truth, Ahimsa or non-violence and non-possession Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 46. Salient Features of the course Universal Human Values – PG Course Code – PHIL601 Course Content • Module Three- Inner Peace, Harmony and Renunciation (Sacrifice) • Descriptors • Concept of Happiness, Harmony, peace for holistic development of human personality • Renunciation and sacrifice. Self-restrain and ways of overcoming greed. • Concept of Spirituality and its significance • Development of Humanitarian values and wisdom: Lessons from Buddha; Eight Noble Paths of Buddhism for universal development of mankind. Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 47. Salient Features of the course Social Responsibility and Community Engagement – PG Course Code – PHIL601 Pedagogy for Course Delivery: Lectures, Audios, Videos Credit L T P/ S SW/F W TOTAL CREDIT UNITS 0 0 0 4 2
  • 48. Master Session Plan Session Topic Plan type 1-3 •Significance & Ethical aspects of Human Values •Meaning of Love, Service and Compassion •Forms of love and service •Inter-relatedness between Love, Compassion and Service •Significance of Practicing Love, Compassion and Service in day-to-day life •Relevance of such values in transforming human personality •Ethical pursuits of Universal Human Values, Future of Humanity, Gratitude and moral capabilities •Modern Indian thinkers who are remembered in history for practicing compassion and love •Significance of values as per teachings of Swami Vivekananda •Values as per the teachings of Sri Aurobindo Lecture, Case Presentation, Documentary
  • 49. Master Session Plan Session Topic Plan type 4-8 •Concepts like truth and non-violence •Understanding of Empathy, patience, tolerance and forgiveness •Non-violent resistant acts •Understanding the concept of Moral responsibility and conduct •Leaders of non-violence and significance of practicing truth and non-violence. •Brief introduction to Gandhian ideologies. •Gandhian concept of Truth •Gandhian concept of Ahimsa or non-violence and non-possession Lecture, Home Assignment, Documentary
  • 50. Master Session Plan Session Topic Plan type 8-12 •Introduction of concepts like Inner Peace, Harmony and Sacrifice. •Concept of Happiness, Harmony, peace for holistic development of human personality •Understanding Renunciation •Understanding the relevance of sacrifice •Self-restrain and ways of overcoming greed. •Concept of Spirituality and its significance •Development of Humanitarian values and wisdom •Lessons from Buddha •Eight Noble Paths of Buddhism for universal development of mankind Lecture, Guest Lecture (Subject Expert from Philosophy), Case Presentation, Success Stories, Assessment / Evaluation
  • 51. Assessment Scheme Mid-Term Assessment Weightage (%) End -Term Assessment Weightage (%) Poster Presentation & Viva Home Assignment ((Documentation of values learnt, ideologies of Thinkers) WPR Monthly Progress review 15 15 5 15 Portfolio Presentation & Viva Voce 50 Total 50 Total 50
  • 52. Mapping Continuous Evaluation with CLOs Course Level Outcomes Assessment type Remember and know about universal human values and understand the importance of values in individual, social circles, career path, and national life Demonstrate understandin g from case studies of lives of great and successful people who followed and practised human values and achieved self- actualisation Apply universal values to become conscious practitioner of human valuesand work towards being socially responsible and committed citizens Analyze the ideologi es and teachin gs of great Thinker s Evaluate the teachings and other universal human values that indicates the essence of human condition Create conscious practitioners of human values, realizing their potential as human beings and conduct themselves properly in the ways of the world Class Presentation and Viva √ √ √ √ Class Test √ √ √ √ √ √ Assignment √ √ √ √
  • 53. Evaluation Schedule • Poster Presentation & Viva for mid-term evaluation to be conducted by respective Faculty coordinator in their respective class during mid- March in Even Semester and during mid-September in Odd semester with compulsory submission of poster by the student to respective coordinator. • End term assessment (portfolio presentation and viva voce) to be conducted by board of evaluators during April/May in Even semester and during November /December in Odd semester. • Faculty to Upload External/Internal Marks within 3 days of Evaluation. • Back paper policy as per University rules.
  • 54. Progress Review • Weekly Report by Faculty Coordinators on any issue regarding conduct of the course. • Meeting of all Faculty Coordinators with Director AISS for review on monthly basis or as required.
  • 55. LOG SHEET FORMAT WEEK Time * Description of Activity Evidence for activities undertaken. 1 Day/Date: Time total Hours 1 Day/Date: Time total Hours Student’s Name Agency/Community: Agency Supervisor if applicable: Student’s Signature Faculty Coordinator’s Signature Remarks
  • 57. UNIVERSAL HUMAN VALUES Booklet Format……continued
  • 58. Thank You For More Details, Please contact - Professor Nirupama Prakash, Ph.D Director, Amity Institute of Social Sciences Mobile +91 9810963092 Telephone +91 120 4586832 (W) Direct Email - nprakash@amity.edu