SIP Department collaborates with key philanthropic institutions of the region, including:
GIFT Students have an active Blood Donation Society that caters to the emergency needs of blood for patients. Society plans to expand its blood donation service on a larger canvas. For this purpose, sophisticated IT-based software is being deployed.
Our students are working in close liaison with Sundas Foundation Blood Bank for training regarding blood transfusion. The main focus of the students’ training is on:
Since the inception of the social integration program of GIFT University, every year, a large number of undergraduate students go into society and work for humanity for a specific period. Not only does it have a very positive impact on the community, but it also inculcates empathy for humanity among the students at an early age. Our students serve in social organizations among which Rescue 1122 is more prominent. Following are the key points relating to their tasks in Rescue 1122:
Social Integration Program (SIP), GIFT University, is privileged to have a Campus Chapter with the United Nations Association of Pakistan (UNAP) for the first time in Punjab in association with the Student Development Centre (SDC). Social Integration Program (SIP) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU to Convert Knowledge into Practical Experience by Putting People at the Center of Everything We Do to achieve sustainable goals for the development of people, society, and the environment.
Our focus agendas are:
With this new collaboration, Social Integration Program (SIP) aims to provide practical international exposure and integrate students with UNAP to work on Social Development Goals.
World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF) is an international organization conforming to the standards of maintaining eco-friendly activities to promote sustainable development. Social Integration Program, GIFT University, has successfully signed MOU with World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF). The primary purpose of signing an MOU is to promote students’ engagement in productive activities to raise their voices against crucial social issues. SIP and WWF are working together for an Eco-friendly Environment, Animal Protection, Food Distribution, Global Warming, Harmful Weather Conditions, Water Reservation, Plantation, Forestation, Free Education and Street-Schools, Recycling, and many other activities.
For rehabilitation, education, and training of the destitute and neglected children, the Government of Punjab established Child Protection and Welfare Bureau in March 2004. The Bureau endeavors for the reunification of these children with their families. Besides this, child psychologists take various measures for mental development and rehabilitation for these children. This bureau has a dedicated team of highly educated professionals and motivated officers, which include child protection officers, psychologists, law officers, doctors, etc.
Our Student’s Responsibilities: