DLLE- Department of lifelong learning and extension.
The department of lifelong learning and extension was established on October 12 1970 and is recognised by the University of Mumbai.
The DLLE supports the community based extension work in collaboration with specific mandate to work for the less privileged sections of the society and the efforts are to extend educational programs that will announce and improve the quality of life of such groups with the central objective of “reach to unreached”
Prin. K.M kundnani College of Pharmacy join the DLLE unit in year 2016-17. The incharge teacher that is the extension teacher is Dr. Rita Lala
23rd and 24th September 2017 – Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
DLLE members gathered together to carry out a
cleanliness drive in the college under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan by the Government
and keep the environment clean and safe.
2. 24th & 26th October 2017 – Celebration of Diwali
Students Celebrated Diwali with Mumbai police as a gesture to thank them for creating a safe society to live in. The DLLE members celebrated diwali by taking some sweets for the police officers and thanked them for their support.
3. 29th December – Save Paper Event
DLLE members took all the old books/Journals and
removed the unused papers and re used them. In this way there was no wastage of
paper and pollution of environment.
4. Esperanza – 24th Feb 2018 Intercollegiate event in collaboration with RC KMK and CCPC of KMK
Various competitions were held in the event like
fine arts, literary, stage, etc. Students from various college participated
with full enthusiasm and made it a first ever successful Intercollegiate event
organised by KMK.
5. 25th Sept 2018 – World Pharmacist day.
On occasion of World Pharmacist Day members created
awareness about the OTC medicines and side effects of medicines when taken
irresponsibly at CSMT And Churchgate stations.
6. Visit to Adivasi Ashramshala – 12th December 2018
DLLE members of KMK visited Adivasi Ashramshala at Neral where they explained the students about the career opportunities, cleanliness and female hygiene. The students interacted with the children and got to know their daily routine and their everyday activities.
7. 13th January 2019 – Old age home visit
DLLE unit of KMK organised a visit to Swami
Sarvanand Old age home. Where Rotaracters spent time with the elderly and
explained them the side effects of medicine when taken irresponsibly.
8. Beach Cleaning drive – 14th September 2019
DLLE members volunteered a beach cleaning drive at girgaun Chowpatty. They collected all the plastic waste and other waste and segregated them in dustbin. The students also helped the BMC by removing the ganpatis near the the sea shore towards the crane to get recycled.
9. Essay writing and poster competition – 25th September 2019
Essay writing competition and poster making competition was held on occasion of World Pharmacist day. The topic for Essay writing was Newer avenues in Pharmacy profession and topic for Poster making was Generic Medicine the students participated with enthusiasm and winners were presented with certificates.
10. Gender Senstization seminar – 21st September 2019
DLLE members of KMK attended a seminar at Lala Lajpatrai college about gender sensitization and gender spectrum. Various guests addressed about the broadness in the genders and improve the mindset.
11. Bhajan Sandhya – 2nd October 2019
DLLE members of KMK attended a bhajan sandhya at Gate of India organised by DLLE. The principles of Gandhiji were potrayed through his Bhajans. All the students sang along the bhajans of Gandhi ji.
12. Blood Donation Drive – 6th December 2019
DLLE members participated in a blood donation drive organised
by Prin. K. M Prin. K M Kundnani College of Pharmacy in collab with HDFC bank
and Pallavi Blood bank. The students donated blood to help the society for a
13. Awareness Drive – 21st January 2020
DLLE students of our college went to churchgate, CST and Marine drive for an awareness drive on “Know your medicine”
effects of antibiotics
2. Resistance developed by antibiotics
3. Dosage Regimen and its importance
4. OTC medicines