The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian government-sponsored public service program conducted by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports of the Government of India. It is popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhiji’s Centenary year, 1969. The NSS under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports is a social service organization that enables students to reach out to the public, spread civic awareness and encourage social responsibility. In line with Gandhian idea that students should do “something positive so that the life of the villagers might be raised to a higher material and moral level”, students of the college are sent every year to a village, in order to contribute to its development, and gain a different perspective of service. Numerous programmes are organized such as blood donation camps, streetplays and seminars.The motto of the NSS, ‘Not me, but you’, reflect the essence of democratic living, and upholds the need for self-less service.
NSS Unit was sanctioned to our college during the academic year 2015-16 with 100 students as volunteers. Number of Activities had been taken up by the NSS unit to make Adopted Village and Campus – Clean and Green. Many programs are taken up to give awareness on different social issues like cleanliness, open Defecation, Child Literacy, Digital Literacy, Traffic Rules, etc. Trees/Saplings plantation activities conducted are also part of NSS. Happiness, Yoga and Personality Programmes are conducted to students and staff regularly. Blood Donation Camps are organized regularly and students also donate blood to nearby hospitals whenever there is an emergency/need.
|1||G. Rama Krishna||Lecturer in Hindi (C.F)||Convener|
|2||H. Siva Sankar||Lecturer in Economics||Member|
|3||A.C. Venkata Ramudu||Lecturer in Mathematics||Member|
|4||K.Guru Mohan||Lecturer in Commerce(C.F)||Member|
|5||S. Madhu Babu||Lecturer in Physics (C.F)||Member|
NSS held a special camp at Chinna Pappuru village, Pappuru Mandal, Tadipatri with nearly 70 students participating in a clean and green campaign at ‘Aswatham temple’ which is a pilgrimage to the thousands of devotees and our students received an amount of Rs.2000/- cash which was sponsored by the committee members of the temple.
Awareness programme on Int. Literacy day International Yoga day by NSS
Vanam Manam Programme