NSS (National Service Scheme)

The National Service Scheme (NSS) was evolved and introduced by the Government of India in the year 1969. It aims at developing amongst students a sense of participation in nation building through Social Work. This deepens understanding of the social environment and enriches his/her personality through actual participation in day-to-day life of the society. Since the establishment of the College in 1992, the NSS unit has been functioning with full vigour and enthusiasm.


The aim of the NSS is Education through community service.


NSS volunteers generally work with villages, slums and voluntary agencies to complete 120 hours of regular activities during an academic year. As per the fundamental principles of National Service Scheme, a volunteer is expected to remain in constant touch with the community. Hence, it is of vital importance that a particular village/slum is selected for implementation of NSS programmes. As the NSS volunteer is to live with the members of the community and learn from their experience during his/her tenure in NSS, the village/slum should be carefully selected for adoption by NSS unit.

Tree plantation Small savings scheme
Campus cleaning Crowd regulation during festival season
Temple cleaning Conducting night schools
Conducting adult education class. Traffic regulations.
Medial health education. Medicinal garden maintenance.
Road construction. Popularization of solar cookers.
Assistance to handicapped. Celebration of important days.
Cultural and recreation activities. Food for peace.
Hospital service. Education service.
Community Pharmacy Programme. Waste land development.