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School of Civil Engineering

SoCE Nurture Fund

The SoCE Nurture Fund aims to support various initiatives within the School of Civil Engineering (SoCE). Let’s delve into the key areas of focus: 

  1. Student Welfare Needs:
    • This component addresses the well-being and welfare of students. It encompasses provisions for essential necessities, financial assistance, and support services to ensure a conducive learning environment.
    • Examples include scholarships, emergency funds, mental health resources, and counseling services.

  2. Graduate Development and Employability Programs:
    • The SoCE Nurture Fund allocates resources to enhance the employability of graduates. These programs focus on skill development, career readiness, and industry exposure.
    • Activities may include workshops, internships, mentorship programs, and networking events.

  3. Enhancement of Teaching and Learning Facilities:
    • This aspect aims to improve the quality of education within the SoCE. It involves upgrading infrastructure, acquiring modern teaching tools, and creating conducive spaces for learning.
    • Investments may go toward smart classrooms, research labs, library resources, and collaborative study areas.

  4. Student Mobility Programs:
    • The fund supports initiatives that promote student mobility, both nationally and internationally. These programs broaden students’ horizons, foster cultural exchange, and provide unique learning experiences.
    • Examples include exchange programs, study tours, and collaborative projects with other institutions.

  5. Student Exhibitions and Innovation Showcases:
    • Encouraging creativity and innovation, this component focuses on organizing exhibitions and showcases where students can present their projects, research, and inventions.
    • Such events provide a platform for students to demonstrate their skills, share knowledge, and inspire others.

In summary, the SoCE Nurture Fund plays a pivotal role in nurturing students, fostering innovation, and enhancing the overall educational experience within the School of Civil Engineering.

*Subsection 44(6) of the Income Tax Act 1967, eligible for Tax Deductions
subject to amaximum limit of 10% from total aggregate income for companies and individuals.

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