Community work at Dar-ul-Sukun

BS Semester-VIII students of Arts and Interior Design Department (academic session 2014-15) performed an eighty-hour (80) internship at Dar-ul-Sukun, a home for the physically and mentally challenged children. During the internship the student interns planned, performed, and supervised different art activities for special children in order to improve their sensory, memory and motor skills.
The interns also painted different walls in the campus to provide an attractive interior and environmental rehabilitation.

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 A wall of Physiotherapy room painted and decorated by student interns
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 Student intern rehabilitating special child through art activity
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 Interns teaching Magic-Wand activity to enhance imagination
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 Ester cards made by children under supervision of interns
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 Interns painting rainbow in a class for Science corner