The National Service Scheme (NSS) was launched in the year 1969 to celebrate the birth centenary
of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi.
Grant Commission headed by Dr. Radha Krishnan recommended introduction
of National Service in the academic institutions on
a voluntary basis with a view to develop healthy contact between
the students and the teachers on the one hand and establish a constructive link-
age between the campus and the community on the other hand .
At present ,There are four units of N.S.S in our college .
In each unit 100 seats are allotted by Maharshi Dayanand University , Rohtak.
Our Programme Officers are:
- Programme Officer : Dr. Reena , Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Contact No. : 9254250236
- Programme Officer : Ms. Priyanka , Assistant Professor of Geography
Contact No. : 9990245500
- Programme Officer : Ms. Lalita , Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Contact No. : 8377992809
- Programme Officer : Ms. Naveen Kumari , Assistant Professor of Sociology
Contact No. : 9812006442
Our N.S.S. Units work hard to bridge the gulf between the educated and uneducated section of the community .
In the process of hosting a variety of programmes and engaging in work with other welfare organisations , our students are empowered with organisations skills and get exposure to democratic leadership .
Being the third dimension of education , NSS is part and parcel of our academic , social and personal life . It galvanises the students assiduously for imparting their services for the sake of their community and nation . The Motto of NSS ''Not Me But You'' accentuates that the well being of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society as a whole . Thus , our NSS Units aspire to serve the underprivileged people through education . Our Units also make untiring efforts to promote the unity and integrity of the nation by bringing together young people from diverse geographical and socio-cultural background .
Types of Activities :-
Generally , our NSS units perform two types of activities : Regular Activities (120 hours)
and Annual Special Camp(120 hours)
The units work for sensitising young minds to contribute for the welfare of society by organising various activities throughout the year . It carries out several community outreach programmes . All the NSS volunteers who have served NSS for at least two years and have performed 240 hours of work under NSS are entitled to a certificate from the university under the signature of the Vice Chancellor and the programme coordinator . The Annual camps are known as Special camps and are usually located in a rural village or a city suburb . Our volunteers work for eradication of social evils and illiteracy , for watershed management , wasteland development , agricultural operations , health and hygiene , sanitation and nutrition , mother and child care , for family life education , for gender justice ,for development of rural cooperatives and for savings lives . Our programme officers and volunteers actively participate in environmental upgradation programmes , in tree plantation drives , in campus cleanliness projects and in various rallies and awareness campaigns .