Extension Activities


It is an endowment programme started in 1992 to remember the services of Rev. Sr. Loyola, our former Principal. It is a training programme organized by the Department of Home Science for selected non-Home Science students from various colleges of M.G. University.


Chethana is an endowment programme started in 1995 to remember the services of Rev. Sr. Lourdes, our former Principal. It is conducted by the Department of Chemistry as a one-day seminar for mothers of our students with a view to enlighten and empower them.


This is a philanthropic gesture under the initiative of the National Service Scheme of the college with the purpose of nurturing the virtues of love, kindness and concern for fellow human beings. Students are encouraged to share their meal with the destitute once a month thereby becoming partakers in social development. Lunch packets thus collected on all first Fridays are distributed to the inmates of Abhayabhavan Koovappady.


Staff and students visit nearby charitable homes where desolate and aged people are looked after. They spend their time there and make themselves useful to the inmates by helping them to clean up, entertaining them and sometimes by just listening to them.


Morning Star Community Lab is a humble women empowerment initiative of the College. ‘Empowering Women for a Better Tomorrow’ is the watchword of the programme. The Community Lab envisages a better living status for the womenfolk in and around the college through education, raising awareness, literacy and training. Morning Star Home Science College, being the first of its kind in Kerala thereby strictly adheres to social commitment through the Community Lab Programme. Kudumbasree members of the Nedumbassery Grama Panchayat are the beneficiaries of this programme. Each department conducts at least one programme in a year related to the curriculum.