The National Service Scheme was started by Government of India, Ministry of Education and Culture, Govt. of India, in Collaboration with State Government in the year 1969 in 37 selected Universities. At present the scheme is run by the ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports in Central Government and Department of Higher & Technical Education in State Government.
The Motto of the National Service Scheme is "NOT ME BUT you". This expresses the essence of democratic living and upholds the need to appreciate the other man's point of view first and to show consideration for fellow human beings. It also underlines that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of society as a whole. Therefore the aim of the NSS is to demonstrate this motto in its days to day programme.
Enrollment drive was conducted in the month of July and enrolled 100 volunteers for the year 2015-16. In order to orient the newcomers an orientation cum training program was organized on31st July, 2015.
The unit organized two blood donation camps and collected 239 bottles of blood in association with Red Cross in the month of 22st July, 2015.
Ever since the initiationof the unit we have established a blood donors club in our college to arrange blood on the spot to the needy patients admitted in various hospitals. This year our volunteers could help 12 needy patients in various hospitals.
In order to pay tribute to all the freedom fighters and also as a part of Independence Day celebration on 15th of August.
Nearly 1,500 students, Gandhian workers, peace activists, advocates, journalists and NGOs participated in a peace march to commemorate Hiroshima Day Thursday, August 6. The rally was lead from around 2.45pm. 75 students along with a faculty,
40 studentsof our College underwent training for ongoing Malaria Awareness Campaigning and conducted rally, skit and survey. It was conducted from 4th Sep. to 9th Sep. 2015. They gave thorough information regarding causative agent of Malaria i.e. Mosquito consisting of their types, source, life span , preventive measures for decreasing the spread of Mosquito, information regarding symptoms of a Malaria infected person.
On the theme “Save Girl Child” Our NSS college unit has organized various programmes to spread awareness. Following activities were conducted: NSS volunteers sent various quotations on the theme “Save Girl Child” though SMS to their friends and relatives. NSS volunteers had put up the posters on the theme “Save Girl Child” on the Notice Boards to spread awareness. College had organized seminar on “Save Girl Child” to create awareness among the students.
NSS Volunteers of College conducted various Road safety programs such as Poster Competition, sending SMS, rally and Seminar on road safety to aware citizens of India regarding various safety measures should be adopted while driving the vehicles on the road.
Our Collegehad organized Voting Awarenessprogramme to aware the students of college and to impart the knowledge about importance of voting. 25 NSS students participated in spread voting awareness Rally in our villages, town market place and performed skit near the same area on 23rd January 2016. The skit was performed in the college campus also. On 25th January 2016 we observed the National Voters Day.
AIDS awareness program in the campus, adopted village and slum area were organized by the unit throughout the academic year. 80 volunteers participated in AIDS Awareness rally from college bus stand and performed the skit in nearby slum area on 1st December 2015. The volunteers organized an exhibition of AIDS awareness with the materials supplied by A.N.UAIDS Control Society and the materials prepared by the volunteers during our Aids awareness campaign. The exhibition was held in the campus during the college on 22nd and 23rd December 2015. This event was conducted to create awareness about HIV/AIDS its causes as well as to make people know as to how it can be prevented. This rally was also intended in demolishing the various myths that go around in the society about the spreading of this disease. The volunteers carried posters and yelled out slogans. The residents of the area had some queries regarding this rally which the volunteers heeded to and cleared all their doubts with patience and understanding. Skit performed by NSS volunteers.
Pledge was administered at college by students and staff. Posters were put up on the notice boards and camps to aware students about cleanliness. Class to class awareness programmes were organised to aware students. Skit was performed on Swacchbharatabhiyan by NSS Volunteers at nearby slum area and also the college campus. Door to Door campaign conducted by the students in village to aware children about Cleanliness drive at Tara Village.
NSS was formally launched on 24th September, 1969, the birth centenary year of the Father of the Nation. Therefore, 24 September is celebrated every year as NSS Day .All NSS students of our college celebrated NSS day by performing skits to create awareness on the topics like status of women in India, blood donation,etc , the students also sang songs of NSS.
Planting trees connects children with nature and shows them that their hard work makes a difference in the world.Our volunteers can take an active role in helping to green their college by teaming with their lecturers, administrators, and parents to plant trees in around the campus. These projects pay multiple benefits by improving environmental conditions and providing multi-disciplinary learning for students of all ages. It teaches them about plants and shows them how their efforts make an impact that they and their communities can revisit for years.
Adult education is education aimed at mature students that have already taken part in the workforce. Learning as a mature student gives individuals the chance to gain new skills and expand their knowledge. Our volunteers at night time and holidays they visit the villages and teach the uneducated youth and mature people about the importance of education. They teach them from letters and our volunteers make them good in writing and reading.