provides students with opportunities for serving the Community, Nation
and Society. It also provides them with an opportunity to interact with
people around the campus creatively and constructively and to put their
educations to concrete social use. Hence all should come forward in the
field of social work/service and serve the nation with dedication and
NSS Programme Officer:
Sharma NSS Unit-1 2. Prof. B.S. Jaswal NSS Unit-2
Service Scheme (NSS) was formally launched on 24th September, 1969,
the birth centenary year of the father of the nation. Hence the idea of
involving students in the task of national service dates back to the
times of Mahatma Gandhi who tried to impress upon his student audience
that they should always keep before them their supreme responsibility.
The first duty of the students should be to prepare themselves for
final dedication to the service of the community. It (Scheme) is also
essential for the overall development of the personality of the
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The overall objective of the NSS is service to the
community and the nation to awaken the social consciousness of the
students. The objectives are sought to be achieved by enabling the
community in which they work;
in relation to their community;
themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility;
Apply their education
to finding solutions to individual and cosmmunity problems;
required for responsibility sharing and group living;
Acquire a democratic
attitude, leadership qualities and practice national integrations.
Develop the capacity
to meet emergencies and natural disasters;
MOTTO The motto of NSS is “NOT
ME BUT YOU”. This expresses the essence of democratic living,
uphold the need for selfless service and appreciations of other man’s
point of view.
SYMBOL It stands for
continuity as well as change and implies the continuous striving of the
NSS for social transformation, upliftment and integration.
24 September is celebrated every year as NSS Day with appropriate
programmes and activities.