Ethics Club

Sno. Name of the Program Date
1 Blood donation Camp 27.10.21
2 Awareness programme on Harrasment at workplace 27.11.21
3 Programme on Promotion of Women Education in Village Areas Plus Woollen Clothes Distribution 4.12.21
4 Helping Hands: An Initiative to Help Poor (Food & Clothes Distribution) 21.12.21
5 Each one Teach one 21.12.21

Blood Donation Camp (27.10.21)

A great initiative of organizing a blood donation camp was taken by KIT Kanpur in association with UHM hospital (under the scheme of AICTE-spices 20-21) on 27th October 2021, Wednesday on the college campus by the Students’ Welfare cell of the college. The team from the UHM hospital of Kanpur including 2 doctors arrived at the college premises before the scheduled time and the program started exactly at 11:00 AM as earlier notified. Faculty members, students, non-teaching staff of the College, all donated blood. The donors were given refreshments to re-energize them as energy boosters. The donors were also provided with blood donating certificates by the UHM Hospital. Approximate 250 students participated in blood donation and the program went till 4:30 PM. The college cooperated greatly with the medical team. The team was very satisfied with the program by the college as it was the second time they were conducting this camp in this college and they always have had a positive view about the college. Technological/ academic/ or any other benefits:

1 Intentional donors have the option to donate whenever it is convenient for them.
2 Familiar individuals and a familiar environment assist first-time donors in overcoming their fear complex.
3 Participation of the community.
4 Identification of new donors.
5 Organizers are aware of the health state and habits of potential blood donors.
6 Self-exclusion ensures high-quality blood.
7 Effect of demonstration.
8 Make a non-donor into a donor.
9 Assistance in donor retention.

Awareness programme on Harassment at workplace 27/11/2021

The empowerment of women is very essential to achieve sustainable development. There can be no sustainable development without the development of women. In the words of the former president of India A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, “Empowering women is a prerequisite for creating a good nation, when women are empowered, a society with stability is assured. A session on Women's Empowerment was organized at Kanpur Institute of Technology, Kanpur with the Ethics Club. This session is also a part of the “Mission Shakti” initiative by the state government.

During this session, SP Outer Ajit Singh Ji and CO Srishti Ji sensitized the girl students on women's safety. This program is filled with awareness. The girl students, teachers, and all the female staff got much important information. Speaker and Motivational Speaker Aryan Shukla was also present in this program. During this program, the women helpline number 1090, emergency helpline number dial 112 was also discussed and their use was told in detail, which number to call according to the situation.

Technological/ academic/ or any other benefits:
1. Strengthened the culture of the workplace.
2. Increases understanding of what is and is not appropriate behaviour.
3. Empowers onlookers by sending a strong message from the top
4.Encourages people to report things.


Kanpur Institute of Technology, Kanpur with Ethics Club @ KIT under the scheme of AICTE-Spices 2020-21 organized a camp regarding Women Education and Woollen Clothes Distribution on 4th December 2021 at Gram Tilshari Badokhar Khurg."

Technological/ academic/ or any other benefits:

1 It aided in the facilitation of ideas exchange, mutual understanding, and the development of competencies and abilities required for societal transformation. 2 Assists needy people.
3 Greenhouse gases are reduced.
4 Improves Generosity.
5 Maintains a clutter-free environment.


The greatest way to serve God is to help the poor and following that with utmost care Kanpur Institute of Technology took the initiative to help the poor of the nearby locals by this approximately200 persons benefited. The unprivileged children and their families were suffering due to the poverty and ongoing change of climate due to increased winter. Hence, the Welfare Cell of KIT has distributed clothes and food to Salem roadside poor children. Seeing the happiness and gratification of those innocent faces feels absolutely great and peaceful. From College Dean Students’ Welfare Dr. Anshu Srivastava, HOD of B.Tech First Year Ms. Anshika Shukla, and more than forty students have been present in the program.

Technological/ academic/ or any other benefits:

1 Donating to the less fortunate is a wonderful opportunity to make a difference in your area or town. Donating food to deserving individuals or groups helps to alleviate poverty and hunger while also improving community peace, friendliness, and trust.
2 Donating to the needy gives new information and reveals a different point of views about different social issues such as homelessness, hunger or poverty.

EACH ONE TEACH ONE (21 December 2021 to 23 December 2021)

Kanpur Institute of Technology, Kanpur with Ethics Club @ KIT under the scheme of AICTE-Spices 2020-21 organized a three days camp regarding Women Education each one teach one from 21 December 2021 to 23 December 2021 at Gram Tilshari Badokhar Khurg.

Technological/ academic/ or any other benefits:

1. The Volunteers and the taught will get immense satisfaction with the kind of service they are offering.