Rotaract Club
Rotaract (which stands for Rotary in Action) is a Rotary-sponsored service club for young men and women ages 18 to 30. Rotaract clubs are either community or university based, and they’re sponsored by a local Rotary club. This makes them true "partners in service" and key members of the family of Rotary. The first Rotaract club was the Rotaract Club of North Charlotte in North Carolina, founded on March 13, 1968. Since then, Rotaract has grown into one of Rotary's most significant and fastest-growing service programs, with more than 9,723 clubs in about 170 countries and geographical areas comprised of over 207,690 members.

Rotaract clubs are part of a global effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world. This effort starts at the community level but knows no limits in its outreach. Rotaractors have access to the many resources of Rotary International (RI) and The Rotary Foundation. Rotary International provides the administrative support that helps Rotaract clubs thrive.
Goals of Rotaract

• To develop professional and leadership skills among Rotaractors

• To emphasize respect for the rights of others, based on recognition of the worth of each individual

• To recognize the dignity and value of all useful occupations as opportunities to serve

• To recognize, practice, and promote ethical standards as leadership qualities and vocational responsibilities

• To develop knowledge and understanding of the needs, problems, and opportunities in the community and worldwide

• To provide opportunities for personal and group activities to serve the community and promote international understanding and goodwill toward all people

Work area of Rotaract

1. Service Projects

Running under Rotary's motto of "Service Above Self", Rotaract clubs strive to participate in as much service as they can. These service projects include local community service (i.e., adopting an elementary school, beach and park clean-ups, etc.) as well as international service (i.e., water purification, AIDS prevention, hunger, illiteracy, etc.). Each Rotaract club is required to complete at least two major service projects annually, one to serve the community and the other to promote international understanding.

2. Professional Development

Professional development helps members to understand the work environment and business opportunities within their community. Each Rotaract club should provide professional development opportunities to its members through activities such as:

• Professional and vocational forums

• Business technology updates

• Management and marketing seminars

• Conferences on business and professional ethics

• Presentations on finance and credit options for business start-up

In addition, an advantage of being in a Rotaract club is having a network of Rotarians to communicate with and learn from. Some examples of Rotaract-Rotary professional development activities are:

• Mentorship programs

• Networking mixers

• Rotarians as guest speakers

3. Leadership Development

A club’s leadership development activities aim not only to make members more effective leaders in their personal lives, but also to teach them how to develop and sustain strong clubs with relevant projects. Important topics to address in training club leaders include: Improving public speaking skills

• Developing techniques for marketing the Rotaract program to potential members

• Building consensus among members

• Delegating project responsibilities and ensuring necessary follow-up

• Identifying channels for project publicity and promotion

• Finding financial resources for strengthening club development

• Assessing project success

4. Fellowships

No club is complete without a social and fun aspect. Fellowships serve to bring Rotaractors closer to one another through social and informal activities. These activities should be designed to cater to the membership to bring higher turnout. Ideas of fellowships include, but are not limited to:

• Meals at restaurants

• Theme parks

• Board game nights

• Sports games (playing and/or watching)

• Special community events: RYLA, INTERCITY, INTERSTATE


1. To sensitize the pupil teachers about the problems of our community.

2. To make the pupil teachers to lead the community for Solution of Social Problems.

3. To develop in the pupil teachers a sense of responsibility to help the needy.

4. To develop attitude of dignity of work among Rotaractors/ pupil teachers

5. To sensitize the Rotaractor pupil teachers about the existing scenario of society .

6. To make the earth best place of the universe for human being.


To operationalize the governing body of the Rotaract club an Culb Installation Ceremony was organized. In which Dr. Naginder Kaur (Principal Malwa Central College of Education for Women Ludhiana), Rtr. Anil Aggarwal, President, Rotary Club Ludhiana Midtown, Dr. Sukhwinder Singh Cheema, Incharge of Rotaract Club, Rtr.KP Singh Walia, Director Rotary Club, Ludhiana Midtown and other members of Board of Director were present.

Rtn. Anil Aggarwal, President Rotary Club Ludhiana Midtown, Dr. Naginder Kaur Principal, Dr. Sukhwinder Singh Cheema, Incharge Rotaract Club with Newly elected dignitaries of Rotaract Club of Malwa Central College of Education For Women Ludhiana during Installation Ceremony.


Dr. Naginder Kaur,

Club Chairman cum Principal


Dr. Sukhwinder Singh Cheema

Incharge Club, 98156-76193

Rtr. Paramjot Kaur

President, 8146605300

Rtr. Nikita Jain

Vice-President, 8284846663

Rtr. Saloni Kapoor

Secretary, 9781299601

Rtr. Deepika Batta

Treasurer, 8872500764

Rotaract Club of Malwa Central College of Education for Women Ludhiana- Midtown organized “Handful of Grain Collection and Distribution Campaign” as an initiative of ROTARY INTERNATIONAL to help the needy on 31st Jan. 2017.

Rtr. Swati Bhandari, President Rotaract Club with Rotaractors during Collection and Distribution of Handful of Grains Campaign

During this campaign Rotaract Club Collected 218 Kg of grain in total. The Rotaract Club stood 8th in Food grain Collections and Distribution campaign among the 38 clubs of the Rotary District 3070 and name of the club is displayed on the Notice Board of the DRR office of Rotary District 3070.

Service Project : Medical Checkup Camp(27.12.2017)

Rotaractors with Dignitaries of Parent Club Rotary Club Ludhiana Midtown during Dental and Medical Checkup Camp

Rotaractors with Club Incharge Dr. Sukhwinder Singh Cheema during Medical Checkup Camp at Santushti Slum School, Chander Nagar Ludhiana

Professional Development Project: Personality Development Workshop(24.12.2017)

Rtn. Jasminder Singh, President, Rotary Club Midtown, Ludhiana during personality development workshop

Club’s Service Project: Donation Camp at Santushti School, Chander Nagar Ludhiana

Rtn. Jasminder Singh, President Rotary Club Ludhiana Mid town, Dr. Sukhwinder Singh Cheema Club Incharge with Rotaractors during Donation Camp at Santushti Slum School, Chander Nagar Ludhiana( 26.12.2017)

Dental Check-up Camp (26.12.2017): Santushti Slum School, Chander Nagar, Ludhiana

Dr. Sukhwinder Singh Cheema, Club Incharge with Rotaractors during Dental Check-up Camp at Santushti Slum School, Chander Nagar Ludhiana by Thind Clinic Ludhiana in Collaboration with Rotary Club Ludhiana Mid Town

Tree Plantation

Dr. Naginder Kaur, Principal, Faculty members and Students of the College during tree plantation

Social Awareness Project: On the completion of 70th Independence Anniversary of the Nation, under the UGC initiative Swachhta hi Sewa (04.10.2017)

Rotaractors participating in Slogan Writing competition on Swachhta hi Sewa Celebration

Rotaractors performing skit on the theme “Chalo Safai Karane”

Drug De-addiction Awareness Rally (25.12.2017): Village Lalton Kalan Ludhiana

Rotaractors marching in the Streets of Lalton Village during Drug De-addiction awareness Rally

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