Compassion is the ultimate and most meaningful embodiment of emotional maturity. It is through compassion that a person achieves the highest peak and deepest reach in his or her search for self-fulfillment. It truly is the basis of all moralities. At SICC, we believe in providing our students with experiences that will make them grow into compassionate and empathetic human beings. We believe in letting them learn for themselves that the love for a fellow human being is the greatest of all. In this regard, SAI has actively and diligently taken up Community Service initiatives.
Community Service Initiatives of SICC serve as unique opportunities whereby students decide voluntarily to contribute to a better society and a cleaner environment. As a part of Community Service Initiatives, our students have been involved in several community development activities. SICC has been observing the International Day of Service since the year 2011 and actively participates in the Joy of Giving week.
Joy of Giving: The entire student community of the college actively participated in the books and stationery donation drive organized by SAI International School and SICC. Students were asked to donate at least one book on this occasion (story books in English, Hindi or regional language) or stationery that will help their friends to read and write. More than 600 books were collected through this activity. The collected material was donated to 'Asha Kiran Orphanage'.
Flip Flops for friends: To keep the legacy of Joy of Giving intact, SICC students along with SAI International School students conducted a donations drive called "flip-flops for friends" bring in over 100 pairs of New flip flops to give various local orphanages in Bhubaneswar and inculcate the values of "sharing and caring" in our saioneers. SAI students donated over 100 pairs of brand new flip flops at the Ashraya Orphanage at Dumduma. Placing a new pair of shoes on the feet of 85 underprivileged kids who themselves could not afford them. A Hygiene packet containing a toothbrush, tooth paste, comb, coconut oil, small packet of laundry detergent and a bar of soap was dispersed to each child as well. Also a small collection of over 100 used toys and one complete outfit for each orphan.