Campaigns

Career Counselling Campaign

"Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and diligence" - Abigail Adams
The Career Counselling Campaign provides free career guidance to underprivileged students. The objective of this campaign is to bring awareness about career and the importance of guidance among school students. We reach out to students through sessions conducted in various schools of Mumbai and through their app called the Career Counselling Helpline. To know more about Career Counselling Helpline App, click on the tab below.

  Helpline App  

50+
Schools

80,000+
Students

As of now, they have covered 50+ schools and over 6500 students with a volunteer base of 150 students who itself are IITB students.
Abhyuday have also organized Video Teleconferencing sessions in which they have covered 72000+ students from 8th to 12th standard of BMC (Bombay Municipal Corporation) schools.

Sparks To Fire

We live in a country where people are giving education the topmost priority for their children. We believe that if all our citizens read quality books it will impact their lives positively and thus help create a better society. With the dream of fulfilling this cause, one of IITB faculty, Prof. Parag Bhargava started a project “SPARKS TO FIRE INDIA”. He started with opening few of the libraries in the slums nearby including Phule Nagar, Indira Nagar, Gautam Nagar and Gareeb Nagar.
Abhyuday is now organizing those libraries with regular volunteer visits to the libraries and proper guidance to the children. Let us ensure each & every member of our society gets the opportunity to experience the joy of reading; and may this further inspire them to lead a positive and fulfilling life.

ADCC Computer Classes

"Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and diligence" - Abigail Adams
Today, there is a strong need of computer literacy in any field for the upcoming generation. Abhyuday, IIT Bombay took step to develop technical skills of the children of construction workers studying at Aman Day Care Center (ADCC). We have taken responsibility to teach around 20 kids to teach basics of computer with a team of 10 volunteers.

Masti Ki Paathshaala

It is said that “When you enjoy what you do, work becomes play”. The “Masti ki Paathshala” initiative aims to teach basic science to children through a more innovative and fascinating way with the help of fun experiments and toys making sessions. We visit different NGOs & Orphanages and conducts basic science based activities and help them understand the logic behind them. We wish to boost their curiosity, interest and let these kids fall in love with science again but this time in a different way by experiencing and performing science.
Masti Ki Paathshala is an awe inspiring classroom cum game room where each inquisitive little mind is free to create a world of its own, a world where magic of science happens, where learning is all about Fun and Masti.

Volunteer Weekends

Volunteer weekends aim to enlighten the youth by making them conscious of the social issues and encouraging them to initiate social change. Abhyuday connects and take help of youth for conducting various social activities. Under this initiative, we conduct visits to various NGOs, Old Age Homes, Slums and Orphanages, interact with them and deliver our services. These volunteers are mostly students of IIT Bombay itself. As of June 2018, we have conducted 600+ volunteer visits in different Old Age Homes (Little Sisters of the Poor, Dr. Niranjan Wagh's Home for Aged), Slums (Hamara Bachpan) and Orphanages (Snehasadan, Dreamz Home, Desire Society). We are associated with 50+ NGOs including Yuva Parivartan, Gandhi Fellowship, CRY and TFI.

Oldage Home Visits

We visit Old Age Homes and use to spend some quality time with these abandoned world changers. The purpose of this campaign is to increase the sensitivity in volunteers who itself are students for their parents and elderly peoples.

Slum Visits

We conduct various events in slum visits ranging from curricular activities like teaching basic concepts of Science, English, Computer and Vedic Mathematics to extra-curricular activities like games, drawing, arts and crafts.

Food Distribution Campaign

Abhyuday in collaboration withThe Robin Hood Army helps connect young volunteers towards the problem of hunger in our society. The vision is simply to eliminate hunger and food wastage globally. The idea is to create self-sustained chapters who will look after their local community. And in the process, inspire people around us to give back to those who need it most.

Versova Beach Cleanup

To contribute a bit in the field of cleanliness of our beautiful coastlines, Abhyuday IIT Bombay with a group of some volunteers visits Versova Beach on the second weekend of every month for the 'World's Largest Beach Cleanup Campaign’. We have been associated with Versova Beach Cleanup Campaign since more than one year under the leadership of UN Environment Champion of the Earth’16, Afroz Shah.