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Relief and Rehabilitation Work in Malda

AICUFers collected and distributed relief materials in cash and kind to the Malda flood victims in 1998. AICUF built 50 houses in different villages of Malda. During a summer work camp in 2000, AICUFers built one relief center and a school for two different villages in Malda. They distributed study materials to the poor students.



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AICUF

The ALL INDIA CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY FEDERATION is a University Student Movement
begun in 1924 by Jesuit Fathers.

 
Sate Council 2007   Fr. Felix with Mother Teresa

 
It is an All India Movement with a membership of 35,000 students in 300 units in 12 States. It is affiliated to the International Movement of Catholic Students (IMCS), Pax Romana, and has its National office in Chennai: AICUF House, 52, Sterling Road, Nungampakam, Chennai - 600 034.

The AICUF works through University students who as a team want to do something for their growth and the society in which they live. The AICUF members draw their inspiration from the life and person of Jesus Christ.
Their motto is "We are born in an unjust society and we are determined not to leave it as we have found it"

The AICUF has been at work in West Bengal since 1948 organizing social service activities, study sessions and seminars, leadership and exposure camps, surveys, retreats, etc. The major activities are the annual state level leadership camps held during the Summer & Puja vacations and the annual AICUF DAY celebration.

  AICUF Convention - 2006
     


AIMS & OBJECTIVES

  1. To motivate students to become involved in studies, research and activities linked to broader social issues and struggles with a view to becoming a creative and critical force within the university / college.
     
  2. To enable students to develop a critical awareness through analysis of the Bengal, Indian and World situation, to cultivate a deep and genuine concern for the oppressed and marginalized and to effectively commit themselves to the task of building a new and just society.
     
  3. To enable students to play a prophetic role in society through a living and critical understanding of their faith, drawing inspiration from the Bible and their prayer life, personal and communication.
     
  4. To help students evolve a spirituality rooted in God, which flourishes in a rich humanization through the praxis: Involvement-Reflection-Involvement.

 

    Fr. Babu Beckers
Veteran AICUF Adviser

 

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