SSL: the Social Service League of St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai. Founded in 1951. May also refer to the SSL office, located next to the First Quadrangle on the ground floor of the Xavier's campus.
SSLites: an amalgamation of the students who comprise the SSL – volunteers, secretaries, everyone.
Father Terry (Terry/Querry/Father T): actual name Father Terence Quadros, Director and so much more of the SSL for a very long time.
Exhib: annual SSL Exhibition, usually the first project of the year held in the hall with a specific theme.
Chesh: affectionate name for Cheshire Home, SSL's longest running project involving weekly visits to a home for paraplegic men in Andheri.
Joe/G. I. Joe: new project constituted as a follow up to iPlant initiated in 2009. Join as a volunteer to find why it was renamed and more.
Joe-d: a term used to denote the people whose pictures will be put up on the Wall of Shame, a Joe production that will put up photos of those that have been caught littering.
Project sex (or rather, secs): collective term used to denote all the Project Secretaries of the SSL.
Project Secretaries: part of the core SSL team that head individual projects such as Camp, PC etc.
PC: acronym for Project Care, a year round event that deals with underprivileged children.
Camp: short form of Rural Camp, a trip undertaken by 50 SSLites to a nearby village where they indulge in about 70 hours of manual labour over ten days.
QQs: a term exclusive to Rural Camp; Quotable Quotes that are reproduced during the night entertainment sessions.
Exec Comm: the Executive Committee of the SSL, usually four but this year five students who conduct the day-to-day affairs of the League and supervise its functioning under Fr. Terry.
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