Estd: 1958

KVR GOVT. COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

An Autonomous institution since 2015

Affiliated to Rayalaseema University

Email: kurnoolw.jkc@gmail.com, Telephone: 08518 - 221090, Fax: 08518- 234278

R.S. ROAD, NARASIMHA REDDY NAGAR, KURNOOL - 518004


Heritage Cell - Profile

 

HERITAGE CLUB

 

With an objective of help students to pursue their hobbies and interests and to bring people together the student clubs are created at the KVR College For Women. As a club member one knows about one’s self, one’s interests and one’s goals. Students can unravel their strengths like multitasking, organization skills, team Building skills, leadership skills and service mindedness.  They can also add skills to their repertoire. The clubs also help in pursuing an old hobby. Networking opportunities being major benefit Club members develop bond among themselves which help in growing their careers. Association of students with clubs help in showcasing ones domain interest, balance between work and hobbies. Activities organized/participated as a club member looks good on the resume.

 

Vision:

The Tourism Club of our college is formed with an objective of creating awareness among the students about Tourism activities and to incorporate the student’s strength and potential in the development of tourism in our State.

 

With the support of the District Tourism Promotion Council, the tourism club was set up in our college in the year ---- to create proper awareness about tourism among the youth and to promote Andhra Pradesh tourism. Tourism club is effectively functioning in the college and the club conducts seminars and talks on the relevance of Tourism in Andhra Pradesh.

 

The idea of setting up Heritage club in the college is to provide training and resources to

teachers in urban and rural areas. It was done with the motive of creating awareness and participation in heritage related activities among the students. At present, HECS has a nation-wide network which includes 3556 schools in 132 cities and town across the country. It has over 3,50,000 members participating actively in its work.

Every student who becomes a member of heritage club is motivated to participate in heritage conservation and to learn more about their local and natural heritage. A student who becomes a member of INTACH Heritage Club receives:

Heritage club badge to become a part of the growing community of heritage keepers.

Heritage club passport to identify with the Heritage Club movement.

Nine Stars is given to record information about the natural and cultural heritage of their town and city.

Young INTACH which is a quarterly newsletter for Heritage Club student members on various aspect of heritage related news and information.

The heritage club programmes are designed so as to involve students in various activities

geared towards heritage awareness and education for

The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) was founded in 1984 in New Delhi with the vision to spearhead heritage awareness and conservation in India. Today INTACH is recognized as one of the world’s largest heritage organizations, with over 190 Chapters across the Country. In the past 31 years INTACH has pioneered the conservation and preservation of not just our natural and built heritage but intangible heritage as well. Headquartered in New Delhi, it operates through various divisions such as Architectural.

 

Heritage, Natural Heritage, Material Heritage, Intangible Cultural Heritage, Heritage Education and Communication Services (HECS), Crafts and Community Cell, Chapters, INTACH Heritage Academy, Heritage Tourism, Listing Cell and Library, Archives and Documentation Centre. Archaeology is a multidisciplinary subject that integrates the knowledge of history and anthropology with subjects like geology, chemistry and art. The areas of specialization include numismatics and epigraphy. To become an archaeologist, one should study the subject at the Master's degree level and pursue M.Phil. or Ph.D.The Centre for Heritage Studies, Hill Palace, Thripunithura conducts a one-year postgraduate diploma course in archaeology; museology,  archival studies and conservation. The course has been designed to train students in the fundamentals of archaeology.

 

In connection with archeology and tourism we train our students to get knowledge and improve themselves in sharpening the wisdom I'm history with the help of artifacts.