The Department’s aim is to help the School achieve its goal of developing every scholar into a considerate, accomplished and aware global citizen who is ready to shoulder the responsibility for making a better world. The School believes that learning through service:
Sensitizes children to social causes and increases participation in community development programmes.
Develops their ability to become leaders by building healthy and productive relationships.
Makes them experience the ‘Joy of Giving’
The School has been working with various NGOs that involve scholars from all class in varied social activities. Scholars are encouraged to participate in different projects keeping in mind their age and sensibilities.
Kanya Gurukul Scholars spend considerable time with the Students at Kanya Gurukul participating in – crafts, dance, music and games. They also donate stationery items, warm clothes and blankets for the Scholars there.
Apna Ghar Apna Ghar is a home for destitute children, which has a high level of interaction with the Scholars of the School.
MBCN Our scholars celebrate Friendship Day and Sports Day together with the Scholars of this special school.
CanKids These are young cancer patients from nearby villages where our scholars learn, teach, entertain; practice hobbies together e.g. origami, art and music.
Halfway Home Scholars work with schizophrenia patients at Halfway Home – bringing a spark to the Lives of the Depressed patients by giving them an empathetic listening and entertaining them with games and music.
Sai Shiksha Sansthan Scholars have built a bond of friendship with scholars at the Sai Shiksha Sansthan. They spend time together sharing craft skills, playing games, organising quizzes and sports.
Bhaagidaari Scholars work with less privileged children of government schools in the Neighbouring villages of Wazidpur and Rohillapur. They spend time teaching these scholars and discussing with them various social issues.
Ramakrishna Vivekananda Mission Senior school scholars spend time at this Home for destitute boys and teach these boys computer skills.
Welfare Home for Children Here they work with abandoned children, teaching them reading with the Help of Flash cards and have also taught them poems.
DishaIn this programme they reach out to migrant labour in the Area to eradicate illiteracy, child labour and identify the Disabled and non- school going children. Here our scholars organised a Tree Plantation Drive and will be conducting a Medical Camp soon.
Corporate Social Responsibility
MBCN is a special school for mentally and physically challenged children, which is run by KSC Educational Society, the Same society that administers Genesis. The MBCN is one of the Very few private rehabilitation institutions that provide services to 800 children daily, absolutely free of cost. The MBCN staff are fully committed and dedicated to the Rehabilitation of children with mental retardation, cerebral palsy, autism and multiple disabilities Visit Website www.mbcnschool.org