“Life’s most urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” 

-Martin Luther King Jr” 

It is said that there is a deep bond between society and man, they are interdependent. If there are no men, there is no society and man, in turn, cannot exist without society. Man is a social creature. He depends on society for the fulfilment of his desires. It is a society that gives him opportunities, and in return, a man must do something for the good of society by giving back in his ways. The Social Service League abides by exactly these morals and is a community of students dedicated to the betterment of society. 

The social service league began its new session with this aim in mind. The club students organised and attended several workshops and presentations, including one on International Day of Sign Language, a Mental Health Workshop, and a presentation on Child Labor Day, all aimed to raise awareness and help students become better citizens. 

Healthy competition inspires students to do their best – not just good enough. When students compete, they will become more inquisitive, research independently, and learn to work with others. They will endeavour to go above and beyond the call of duty. With this in mind, the social service league conducted various competitions throughout the year. On autism pride day, a mime-making competition was held to educate people about how there is no harm in being different. The children were able to show off their ingenuity by competing in a presentation making competition. A video analysis competition was organised to enhance the skill of analysing various perspectives that a single video can portray. 

On World Kindness and Adoption Day, a movie-making competition was held to instil empathy. An advertisement making competition was conducted to increase awareness about various social evils of society. A skit competition on the global family day was organized to cherish the beautiful moments spent with our families and create stronger human bonds, followed by a Human Trafficking Awareness Day workshop to make everyone aware of the prevalence of Human Trafficking and its devastating consequences on society.