National Cadet Corps(NSS)

The NSS aims at academic expansion and personality development of students through community service. It works as a link between institution and community. To develop a sense of social and civic responsibility, It inculcates the group living and sharing, leadership qualities and democratic attitude. To develop the capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and practice national integration and social harmony. It reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds need for selfless service and appreciation of other person’s point of view and also shows consideration for fellow human being’s. Welfare of the individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the socialy as a whole. Our college has 3 NSS units of 100 volunteers each, 314 students enrolled as NSS volunteers during the session 2010-11. In addition to the routine activities, the NSS organised various activities throughout the year not only at their own level but also with the various NGO of the city. Regular NSS Activities

Students Undertake

Under, this students undertake various programmes in the adopted villages, college campus and urban slums during weekends or after college hours. Duration of these services is 120 hours. The NSS units organise the regular activities as:-
  • The NSS volunteers are also involved in the campus developments such as lying of gardens, tree plantation in the premises, awareness on drug abuse, AIDS, population education and other such projects, about 30 hours in a year are allocated for these projects.
  • The remaining 70 hours will be utilized for community service on the projects int the adopted villages/urban slums. such as:-
    1. eradication of illiteracy
    2. watershed management
    3. environment protection
    4. drug, AIDS awareness
    5. hygiene
    6. sanitation
    7. gender justice etc.

Special Camping Programme

Under this, camps of 7 days duration are organised in the adopted villages/urban slums during vacation with some specific projects by involving local communities. 30-50 % NSS volunteers are expected to participate in these camps. Apart from these activitiies, some NSS volunteers are also selected for the national camps, such as Republic Day parade, National Adventure camps, National Summer mega camps etc.

NSS Presently the college has three NSS Unit comprising 100 students each. In each unit 33% seats are reserved for girls. The students who attend 240 hours of social service and attend “7 days” special camp are given a special benefit of 2% marks at the time of admission to the H.P. University P.G. Courses.