NSS

National Service Scheme (NSS)

NSS was started in our college to develop student’s personality through community service. This is a voluntary association of young people for a campus-community linkage. Its cardinal teachers through their combined participation in community service, get a sense of involvement in the tasks of National building.

 

Objectives

NATURE OF NSS:  

  • This is a social service scheme meant for students.
  • Sponsored by ministry of Human Resources development, dept. of Youth affairs and Sports, Govt. of India for the students.

AIM OF NSS:

  • Service through Education.
  • Personality Development through service.

OBJECTIVES OF NSS:

  • To arouse the social consciousness of students.
  • To work creatively and constructively with the people around the Educational campuses.
  • To develop the sense of respect, social and civil responsibility.
  • To promote spirit and scientific attitude to others
  • To fight against evil practices.
  • To develop capacity to need emergencies and natural disasters.

 

NSS SYMBOL:

  • It is based on the “ RATH” Wheel of the Konark Sun temple.
  • It is embossed on the NSS Badge.

NSS BADGE:

  • The Konark Wheel in the symbol has 8 bars.
  • Bars represent 24 hours of the day.
  • Red colour indicates that the NSS volunteers are full of blood
  • The college has three units. Each unit has hundred students i.e a total of three hundred students of NSS with three programme officers.

 

Chairperson Dr.K.Jhansi Rani , Principal
Programme Officer Ms.P.Rajyalakshmi, Unit-I, Unit – II
Dr.K.Karuna Devi, Unit – III
Programme Officer Ms.P.Rajyalakshmi, Unit-I, Unit – II
Dr.K.Karuna Devi, Unit – III
Academic Coordinator Ms.P.Rajyalakshmi, HOD, Dept of English
Office Administrative Staff Mr.Satyanaryana

 

AWARDS

Dr.C.P.Vardhani National Award Indira Gandhi National
Lecturer in Physics Award for best Programme Officer
Ms.P.Rajyalakshmi, HOD, English State Award “Best Programme Officer”
Miss Surya Meghana State Award  “Best Volunteer 2016”
Students participating in National Camps and Programmes

 

Ms.G.Sandhya Goud Megha Camp from 5th September to 16th September 2014 at Jan Vishwa Bharati Institute, Ladnun District, Nagour, Rajasthan
Ms.Manisree ,B.Com Participated in National Adventure Training Camp held from 30th Sept to 9th Oct 2015 held at ABVIM & AS, Manali Himachala Pradesh State
Ms.Sumathi B.Sc (BZC) Karnataka
Ms.Surya Meghana B.Sc (BZC) Telangana
Special Camps Adopted Villages
7th to 13th Feb 2015  – Unit – I & II Edulabad Gatkeshwar Mandal & Merrireddy Palam Gatkeshwar Mandal Hyderabad
17th to 23rd March 2014
Summer camp Unit I & II
  Osmania University
1st to 7th July 2015
Summer Camp
Osmania University Faculty Club
Sahebguda Ibrahimpatnam Sahebguda Ibrahimpatnam

Hyderabad

Aids awareness  Programme 2012-13 (AP) to  till date 2020
Rallies on Haritha Haram Rallies on AIDS Awareness

Rallies on Environmental Issues

2012 to 2020
Swatch Bharat(AMS) 2012 to 2020
Pulse polio Programme 2012 to 2020
Floods    Relief  Programme 2012-2020
Literacy campaign 2012-2020
Health campaign 2012-2020
Door to door campaign 2012-2020
Child labour  eradication 2012-2020
Drug abuse and illicit TrafficKing 2012-2020
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS 2012-2020
  1. To enable the students to understand the community in which they work
  2. To understand themselves in relation to their community
  3. To identify the needs and problems in the community for the solution of which they can be involved.
  4. To develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility
  5. To apply their education in finding practical solution to individual and community problems
  6. To develop compliance required for group living and sharing responsibilities
  7. Grain skills in mobilizing community participation
  8. To acquire capacity to meet emergencies and national disasters
  9. To practice national integration.
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