A. Manavlok Social Work College
The result of the fourth semester of the college was 85.36 percent. In 2017 MSW University Examinations Miss.Ghogare Anju Chandrakant ranked first with 80.60 percent while Miss. Ghogare Manju Chandrakant ranked second with 80.50 percent marks in the Examination.
For the academic year 2017-18, 44 students were admitted in the first year and 45 students were admitted in the second year.
On the eve of Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti, college organized the Gandhian Samachar examination of 2017. 76 students were present for the examination.
Interview Camps were organized on behalf of Chaitanya India Fine Credit Pvt. Ltd Osmanabad, Chetana Empowerment Foundation Aurangabad and Gaumata Vrukshavalli Pratishthan operated Krushnai Goshala Umrai.
On 11.09.2017, a student-teacher-parent-management meeting was successfully organized at the college 85 students were insured by collecting Rs. 20/- Per student. 06 students reside in the hostel at the Manavlok headquarters.
Some of the lectures were arranged by the MSW college such as “Challenges to the youth and the Indian Constitution” by Prof. Subhash Ware, Pune; “Marathwada Mukti Sangram Independence Movement” by Prof. Kamlakar Raut on the eve of Mukti sangram diwas; “Value Education” by Adv. Narendra Rajpurohit, Mumbai; “Peace, progress and liberation of islam religion” by Prof. Wajid Ali Khan; “Journalism” by Deepti Raut, Divya marathi, Nashik.
On the eve of birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri, a get together event was organized for the present and alumni students. As the chief guest, Dr. Avinash Poul, Satara, Shri. Aniket Lohiya, Secretary Manavlok and Principal Dr. Prakash Jadhav were present. Inauguration of the Competition Examination Guidance Center was done on 10th January. In this program Mr. Ashok Chavan guided the students.
"Fight for the Rights of Graduates of Social Work" rally was arranged on 5th October.Workshops were arranged on Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000/ 2015,Gender & Sexuality, Counseling and Rights of Children Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children)
A survey of all the suicide farmers of Beed district were made by the college. The work of slab was done in 2 classrooms of the college and the LCD in the second year classroom was set up.
17 students of the college participated in the Central Youth Festival “ Srujan” held at Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad The college won the first prize in the Intercollege Cricket competition.
Rahul Digambar Nipte and Sainath Ankush Jogdand MSW, first year students went to JES College, Jalna to attended state-level camps on “Gandhi vichar abhyaas”.
The memorial day and the birth anniversary of great personalities in the college were celebrated with great enthusiasm.
Dr. Arundhati Patil was elected in the Legislative Assembly of Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University. 39 second year students of MSW College went on a study tour to Women's Board of Rajasthan, Aravali Institute, Jaipur, Tarun Bhan Sangh, Bhikampura, Ajmer and Mental Health Hospital, Agra in Uttar Pradesh, Taj Mahal and other such institutions.
On the behalf of the college, the Manavlok Research Bulletin for every quarter is regularly printed.
Library: dt.17 September, 2017 books exhibition was arranged. There are a total of 5495 such books of various subjects in the college library. There are 30 magazines and 12 newspapers available of various publications. e-Library facility is also available.
B. Toy Bank
With an objective to increase children attendance, reduce dropouts, schooling to increase children attendence, and help them improve their cognitive skills, Manavlok is working with Toybank in four talukas in Beed district. From Parli, Kaij, Ambajogai, and Dharur Taluka, Toy Bank Center is active in 31 schools and 4,612 students are getting benefit.
Direct Beneficiary – 4612
C. Runzun Playgroup Center
42 Children are admitted to the Runzun playgroup center. On the eve of Ashadhi Ekadashi “Dindi” was organized. On Guru Purnima children prepared flower bouquet and handed to their parents. Dahihandi was organized. Children were taught various poems. 102 children participated in the Fancy Dress competition, one play and 13 dance were presented in the annual function.
D. Eklavya Training Centre- Salegaon
22 girls are getting tailoring training at Eklavya Training Center, Salegaon.
Direct Beneficiary - 122
Indirect Beneficiary - 230
Total Beneficiary - 342
E. Dr Shaila Lohiya Study Centre for Women
Over 1,350 books have been registered at the Dr. Shaila Lohiya Study Center for women. Everyday 13 various newspapers are made available in the study center. Every day, 15 girls come to study. 24 girls have paid their fee.
F. Subhadratai NarayanDada Kaldate Women’s Hostel
There were 34 girls in the hostel.