The Alumni Association was formally Registered on 21st January 2017 and as 1st initiative we started with Digital India support campaign - The Payments Without Cash. Our Students Make It Possible – The Alumnis spend time with current students in helping them understand how the digital payment app works and in turn the students ventured out to Ulsoor market and ensured the same was passed on to the local vendors as to how the usage of Mobile phone Apps for receiving payment.
RBANMs College Alumni Associations initiative on awareness of being sight ambassador for eye donation on Independence day 2017 at Our college
The Alumni students started a campaign on being a sight Ambassador where in all the current students, Ex Students and NCC cadets pledged to donate their eyes
RBANMs Alumni in association with Ncc cadets and women safety movement of India Conducted a silent rally on 21st August,2017 on awareness about fund raising for Injured Soldiers family at Commercial Street and surrounding areas
RBANMsFree Eye Check up on 11th September, 2017 for students of degree college was conducted by Alumni in association with Vasan Eye care centre
Anandotsava Family Fair for conducted on 4th November,2017 for all the ex students along with the family members, ex students of the institution all the way from 1987 batch along with their family had participated in the event where in flea market, food stalls, games zone were organized
Football tournament was conducted on 5th November 2017where in ex students way from 1988 batch to 2005, current students from Degree and PUC and a total of 16 teams had participated
In our ongoing efforts for transforming, inquisitive students into professional leaders, RBANMS Alumni Association has added a few more feathers to its cap. we kicked off an interactive session on 17th March,2018 which we plan to facilitate every month aimed at equipping the final year students to be job ready. This initiative will provide opportunities to exchange information and tools required to facilitate job ready graduates while also increasing our adaptability to the requirements of our core stake holders - the Educational Charities, the Management and the Student themselves. The very fist speaker for the Month of March was Ms. Neelam Kamall - Leading Image Consultant who will help facilitate this interaction and equip the students to step out into the dynamic work environment of their chosen career with confidence.
Responding to the Kerala Floods was not an individual endeavour or that of an organization alone. It is a fine example of phenomenal work that is possible when people come together. NSS Students, Ex students a total of 125 members volunteered for Flood relief work where materials were packed and send across to Kerala’s flood affected regions 1 fulfilment centre, 30 collections centres across the city, supported 12 districts in Kerala and a total of 100 tones of materials dispatched.
Final year students of RBANMS First Grade College, participated in the Monthly Professional Development intervention – Explore on 15th September, 2018. This is an ongoing session for the final year students of the college where these interventions are aimed to facilitate a smooth Campus to Corporate switch over. The speaker was Rama Harave, a fabulous resource person from EKA Consultants India who engaged the students through an intensive workshop on Goal Setting and making action plans.
We are proud to be a part of our annual college fest conducted by the college for inter collegiate cultural competition. We would like to especially thank the active participation of the Alum from various batches - the entire resources for the various cash prizes for Kalanjali 2018 was donated by the Alumni.
Responding to the #SouthIndiaFloods 2019 was not an individual endeavour or that of an organization alone. It is a fine example of phenomenal work that is possible when people come together. NSS Students, Ex students, current students along with the staffs of the college a total of 200 + of them volunteered for Flood relief work where materials were packed and send across to Karnataka & Kerala flood affected regions 2 fulfilment centre, 42 collections centres across the city, supported 14 districts in Kerala and a total of 350+ tones of materials dispatched.
When the lockdown started the Alumni got into act immediately and converted college auditorium into Covid fulfilment centre which resulted in we distributed 4000 ration kids to families who were in need and also continued the act by providing lunch and dinner to 500 individuals on a daily basis for 60 days