The National Service Scheme was established to inculcate the moral, social values and also to do all round development of college students.
To inculcate the values of self reliance, moral value enhancement and social or community attachment with the new education methods, on the eve of the 100th birth anniversary year of Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti i.e. on 24 September 1969 Central Government of India established the National Service scheme(NSS) under the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports for the college students.
The NSS wing of the college was established unit of 200 boys & girls. Since then the unit is working efficiently under the principles of Sant Gadge Baba and serving the society.
200 boys & girls from among the admitted students for the first year course of the under graduate level in the college are being selected each year. Out of which only 100 boys & girls are allowed each year to attend the NSS special camp of & days in the adopted village of the college.
According to the guidelines 01 program officer is appointed behind a unit of 100 boys & girls. Hence 2 program officers (among which 1 is a female compulsorily) is appointed by the Principal.
1. Personal development workshop/ camp.
2. Planning Sessions.
3. Health check up camps.
4. Swachhata Abhiyan.
5. Gender Equality Workshop.
6. Unnat Bharat abhiyan.
7. Swachha Bharat Mission.
8. Beti Bachao Abhiyan.
9. Women empowerment.
10. Self Defence workshop.
11. Fit India.
12. International Yoga Day.
13. Voter Awareness campaign.
14. Aids Awareness campaign.
15. Tree Plantation.
16. Organ Donation.
17. Birth and Death Anniversary of Sant Gadge Baba
1. To understand all the aspects of the society we live in.
2. To make own self capable to understand the society.
3. To find out the problems of the society and also determine the ways and means to overcome them.
4. To develop and enhance the sense of social attachment and being.
5. To make the use of your education to sort the problems of the individual and the society.
6. To enhance and develop the qualities necessary to become an undividable part of the society.
7. To develop democratic attitude through leadership qualities.
8. To narrow down the gap between the literates and illiterates.
9. To propagate National integrity.
10. To develop the feeling of serving the poor in the society.
• Understand The Community In Which They Work
• Understand Themselves In Relation To Their Community
• Identify The Needs And Problems Of The Community And Involve Them In Problem-solving
• Develop Among Themselves A Sense Of Social And Civic Responsibility
• Utilize Their Knowledge In Finding Practical Solutions To Individual And Community Problems
• Develop Competence Required For Group-living And Sharing Of Responsibilities
• Gain Skills In Mobilizing Community Participation
• Acquire Leadership Qualities And Democratic Attitudes
• Develop Capacity To Meet Emergencies And Natural Disasters
• Practice National Integration And Social Harmony
A NSS volunteer who takes part in the community service programme would either be a college level or a senior secondary level student. Being an active member these student volunteers would have the exposure and experience to be the following:
• an efficient administrator
• a person who understands human nature
NSS day is celebrated every year on 24 th September on University and College level. Various programs like blood donation, tree plantation etc. are planned in the college campus
• All the youth volunteers who opt to serve the nation through the NSS led community service wear the NSS badge with pride and a sense of responsibility towards helping needy.
• The Konark wheel in the NSS badge having 8 bars signifies the 24 hours of a day, reminding the wearer to be ready for the service of the nation round the clock i.e. for 24 hours.
• Red colour in the badge signifies energy and spirit displayed by the NSS volunteers.
• The Blue colour signifies the cosmos of which the NSS is a tiny part, ready to contribute its share for the welfare of the mankind.
Though it appears to be very simple and short but has a very deep meaning hidden within. It suggests a spirit of service for others. It stands for two things:
1. Forgetting and surrendering self.
2. Rendering selfless service to others.
The word ‘NOT’ before “ME’ is to reduce the self to nothing and the word ‘BUT’ before ‘YOU’ can be expanded as follows:
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