National Service Scheme (NSS)
The National Service Scheme is an Indian government sector public service program conducted by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports of the Government of India. Popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhiji's Centenary year in 1969.
The motto of National Service Scheme is NOT ME BUT YOU.
A NSS volunteer who takes part in the community service programme would either be a college level or a senior secondary level student.
Here are some advantages of joining NSS for students or National service scheme volunteer:
1. Personality Development
3. Preference in Admission / Employment
4. National Integration camp, Adventure Programme, State level as well as National Level programme
5. It helps in acquiring leadership qualities and democratic attitude.
6. It provides diversified opportunities to students in colleges and universities to develop their personality through community service.
7. It developer a sense of involvement in the task of nation building.
8. It helps in developing positive attitude, self-confidence, courage & patience.
9. He/she gets opportunities to see the community closely and thus gets an experience of human nature in relation to his / her environment.
10. He/she gets the opportunity to participate in various National / State level programme such as National Integration, Motivational Lamps, value oriented self-development camps, Adventure camps, workshops. Youth exhibition, cultural programmes etc.
11. NSS volunteer completing 240 hours of regular community service in a period of two years is to be issued an NSS certificate by the college / +2 level Institution or the University/Directorate of education.
The NSS Unit of the college encourages the students to participate in community development programmes and tasks involving social service. The students working under this scheme are also given certificates. A special camp is organised every year. Day camps are also organised periodically. The unit also organises socio-economic activities to make them aware of social problems & of their role and responsibilities.
For becoming an NSS volunteer, please contact Mr Balwinder Singh - Incharge Boys and Dr Bhagwant Kaur - Incharge Girls