The aim of NSS is personality development through community service.NSS gives students opportunities to engage themselves in creative social action for social welfare. Students holding NSS Volunteer Certificates will be given Grace Marks for Degree and Post Graduate admission.
NSS has two units in the College,Unit No.44 and Unit No.220.A maximum of 50 students can be enrolled in to a single unit of NSS.NSS Volunteers will be enrolled only from the 1st year. Preference may be given to the Volunteers who have worked as NSS Volunteers in Higher Secondary/+2 level and to the students belonging to minority communities .NCC cadets will not be allowed to join in NSS. A screening test/interview may be conducted in order to screen the suitable students as NSS Volunteers.
INSTRUCTIONS TO NSS VOLUNTEERS
Attendance in all activities of NSS is compulsory.All the Volunteers should have a NSS Diary and NSS Badge with them whenever they go for any NSS activity. The Volunteers must submit work Diary on successful completion of 2 years of NSS Volunteership for granting of grace marks.
Regular Work of NSS includes Programmes on Women Empowerment, Environment Protection ,Pain & Palliative Care, Talks on Personality Development, Blood Donation ,Medical Camp, Hospital Visits,Important Day Celebrations etc.
NSS adopt a village ,do the camping there for seven days and work for the development of the people there based on an issue put forward by the advisory committee.The Seven Day Camp is conducted during the Onam/X’mas holidays.
Certificates are issued to NSS Volunteers who have completed 240 hours of Regular Work in NSS and attended a Special camp during their course.
A maximum grade point 0.4 will be awarded in each semester (upto fourth sem) for the successful NSS Volunteers.
REPORT JUNE 2015