NSS

The Motto of NSS “Not Me But You”, reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps the students to develop appreciation to other person’s point of view and also show consideration to ‘other living beings. The philosophy of the NSS is well reflected in this motto, which underlines on the belief that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society therefore, the NSS volunteers shall strive for the well-being of the society.

Activities

  • Road reconstruction
  • Yoga class
  • Class on self- confidence
  • Cultural fest
  • Class on internal marks
  • Class on personality development
  • Debate
  • Blood group identification camp
  • Class for school students
  • Trekking
  • Class on energy conservation
  • Camp fire
  • Training on paper carry bag preparation
  • Visit to orphanage
  • Indoor games

NSS SYMBOL

nss logo

The symbol of the National Service Scheme, as appearing on the cover page of this Manual is based on the ' Rath ' wheel of the Konark Sun Temple situated in Orissa. These giant wheels of the Sun Temple portray the cycle of creation, preservation and release, and signify the movement in life across time and space.

The design of the symbol, a simplified form of the Sun-chariot wheel primarily depicts movement. The wheel signifies the progressive cycle of life. It stands for continuity as well as change and implies the continuous striving of NSS for social transformation and upliftment.

NSS DAY

NSS was formally launched on 24th September, 1969, the birth centenary year of the Father of the Nation. Therefore, 24th September is celebrated every year as NSS Day with appropriate programmes and activities.

OBJECTIVE OF NSS

  • To enable the students to understand the society in which they work.
  • To identify the needs and problems of the society and provide solution of which they can be involved.
  • To apply their education in finding practical solution to individual.
  • To develop competence required for group living and sharing responsibilities.
  • Gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
  • To acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude.
  • To develop capacity to meet emergencies and national disasters.
  • To practice national integration.

Staff In-charge

Dr. M. PRADHEEPS AP/Civil