The National Service Scheme (NSS) has been introduced in the college since 1972 to promote National consciousness and to in calculate a sense of social responsibility, discipline and dignity of labour among the students.
The specific objects of the NSS are
- To arouse the Students Social consciousness and provide opportunities.
- To work with and among the people.
- To engage in nonviolent and constructive social activities.
- To enhance the knowledge of self and the community through a confrontation with reality.
- To put Scholarship to practical use in mitigating at least the some of the social problems and
- To gain skills in the exercise of democratic leadership.
There are four NSS units in the college including one Girls units and each unit consists of fifty student volunteers for a period of at least two years. Each volunteer has to choose on of the following groups.
- Social Service and village development.
- Adult Literary Drive.
- Village Survey and Campus Project.
There will be one special camp for all the above groups. Attendance in week-end cams and annual camps (75% attendance minimum) is obligatory. Certificates are issued to the deserving volunteers.
Special Camping Programme :
- Special Camping programmes are organised by the NSS preferably during along and short vacations in the rural community of adapted villages near the college or slums assigned to the college.
- The camp provides opportunity to the students to work with and among the people in order to fulfill their felt needs through co-operative effort.
- It helps the student youth to react in a live situation in a society and develop a positive attitude to make contributions for the betterment of fellow human beings.
- The interactions between the college and the adopted village, the society and the University increase the social conscience and the social responsibility of the student volunteers and fills them with a sense of participation in national development.