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NSS UNIT

History of NSS UNIT

The National Service Scheme was launched in 1969. It aims at the involvement mainly of undergraduate students on a voluntary basis in various activities of social service and national development which while making a contribution to socio-economic progress would also provide opportunities to the students to understand and appreciate the problems of the communities, awaken social consciousness and inculcate in them a sense of dignity of labour.

The University Grants Commission headed by Dr.Radhakrishnan recommended introduction of national service in the academic institutions on a voluntary basis with a view to developing healthy contacts between the students and teachers on the one hand and establishing a constructive linkage between the campus and the community on the other hand.

MOTTO

The National Service Scheme was launched in 1969. It aims at the involvement mainly of undergraduate students on a voluntary basis in various activities of social service and national development which while making a contribution to socio-economic progress would also provide opportunities to the students to understand and appreciate the problems of the communities, awaken social consciousness and inculcate in them a sense of dignity of labour.

AIM

This programme is to inculcate the social welfare thoughts in the students, and to provide service to the society without any prejudice. NSS volunteers work hard day and night to ensure that every one in our society who is needy gets the every possible help from them so that they can also enhance their standards and lead a life of dignity in the society with all of us. In doing so the volunteers themselves learn a lot from the people in villages like how to struggle and how to lead a happy life in the extreme scarcity of resources and so on. personality development through social service not me but you.

NSS DAY

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

NSS LOGO

The symbol of the NSS 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. It stands for community as well as change and implies the continuous striving of National Service Scheme for social transformation & upliftment. development!

List Of Activities Under College NSS Unit

College has sent a Proposal to JNTU-Hyderabad to on 30-11-2002 to Establish NSS Unit in our College.

Sanction of college NSS Unit by Registrar JNTU Hyderabad on 21-12-2002.

  • Blood Donation Camps
  • Fund Collection and Distribution to Old age Homes and Poor Children
  • Swachh Bharat Program
  • Open Defecation Free(ODF) survey at adopted villages
  • Medical Camps and distribution of free medicines among School Children and Public at adopted villages
  • Tree Plantation
  • AIDS Awareness Program
  • Fire Safety Awareness Camps
  • Health Camp Activities
  • Special Camps in Rural Areas
  • Observance of Significant Days
  • Conduction of Surveys on Dropouts, Government Schemes
  • Computer Awareness Programs for the students from Rural Background and High School Teachers
  • Public Awareness Programs on Plastic Usage, Cleanliness, Sanitation, Water Conservation and Pre Road Safety etc.
  • Distribution of  prizes to academic and extracurricular toppers of MPUP School  in the adopted village
  • Participation in General Elections and Krishna Pushkaralu
  • Helped to Physically Handicapped People
  • Distribution of Exam Kits to School Children during SSC Exams
  • Medical Camps for Staff and Faculty of the College
  • Awareness Programs on Examination Career for  SSC Students
  • Rendering Services as part of Pulse Polio Immunization Programs
  • Sponsoring mid day meals for the School Children of the adopted village