The most impressive activity of the club was the Snehsangamam that was conducted in the college on 18th March, 2017 in association with Primary Health Centre, Edathala Grama Panchayath for the physically challenged people. The venture was inaugurated by the president of Edathala Grama Panchayath, Ms. Sajitha Abbas. And the chief guest was Ms. Janaki, who won the State award for the best child artist. The event was full-furbished with entertainment programs and food kits were distributed among the differently abled guests. This venture instilled a new ray of hope in the hearts of the guests and it helped in alleviating their pains.
It was a full day programme, in which the members of the panchayath and Arogyakendra participated. The refreshments were provided all day including the morning tea, lunch and evening tea. A session on making of incense sticks was also organized in which all the participants were trained and it was a new experience to all of them. In this busy world, where people don’t find time for their own families, it was a different experience for the differently abled guests and they enjoyed the visual treats wholeheartedly.