Do not fear, for I am with you,
do not be afraid, for I am your God;
I will strengthen you, I will help you,
I will uphold you with my victorious right hand

– Isaiah 41:10



NSS

The I & II year undergraduate students are the volunteers who work for the welfare of the nation under Part V activities of our college. National Service Scheme (NSS) aims to develop the service – oriented mind in young generation. Every year NSS – Day is celebrated on 24th October. The service rendered to the society includes conducting various camps like veterinary camp, eye camp, free medical camp, introducing new self-help groups, helping rural children in their learning etc.

AIMS
“Development of the personality of students through community services”

This objective is achieved by enabling the students through making them,

Understand the community in which they work.

Understand themselves in relation to their community.

Identify the needs and problems in the community and involve themselves in problem solving process.

Develop among themselves sense of social and civic responsibilities.

Utilize their knowledge of finding a practical solution to solve individual and community problems.

Develop competence required for group living and sharing of responsibilities.

Gain skills in mobilizing community participation.

Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude.

Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters &

Practice national integration and social harmony.

MOTTO

The motto or watch word of the national service scheme is “NOT ME BUT YOU”. This expresses the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for selfless service and appreciation of the other man’s point of view. It also shows consideration for fellow human beings. It underlines that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of   society as a whole.

 

NSS SYMBOL

The symbol is based on the “Rath” wheel of the Konark sun temple situated in Orissa. The giant wheel portrays the cycle of life with creation, preservation and release.


It signifies the movement of life with time and space. The symbol stands for continuity as well as change and the continuous striving of NSS for social transformation and the alertness and readiness of the NSS volunteers all thetime for the substantial goodness of the society and for the benefit of others.

 

NSS BADGE

The NSS Symbol is embossed on the badge. The wheel on the badge has eight bars, which represents 24 hours of the day. Hence the badge reminds the wearer to be in readiness for service of the Nation round the clock i.e. for 24 hours. The red colour in the badge indicates that the NSS Volunteers are full of blood, i.e., lively, active and spirited. The Navy blue colour indicates the cosmos of which the NSS is a tiny part ready to contribute its share for welfare of the mankind. The NSS volunteers should wear the badge while doing social services.                                                                                

NSS STUDENT VOLUNTEER

Any students enrolled as NSS volunteer should put in at least 120 hours of social work in a year for a continuous period of two year; i.e. 240 hours in two years on different programmes. She should participate fully in the NSS programmes and should be fully conversant with the objectives of the NSS. In the 1st year 120 hours of service which each students volunteer is categorized as follows.

I year volunteer is expected to engage herself in the NSS activities as follows:

 

Orientation Programme   

     Awareness Programme

     AIDS

     Drug Abuse

     First Aid

20 hours

Literacy Programme                                              

Village visits                                                              

Blood Donation /Free Eye/Free Medical Camp   

Rallies–Peace/Cycle                                             

Celebration of National Festivals and observance of significant days

20 hours

10 hours

10 hours

10 hours

10 hours

Campus cleaning

Scribe writing

10 hours

20 hours

II year volunteer is expected to engage herself in the NSS activities as follows:

 

Orientation Programme   

     Awareness Programme

     AIDS

     Topical Social Issues

     Human Rights

20 hours

Literacy Programme / Scribe Writing                                              

Village visits                                                              

 Blood Donation / Free Eye / Free Medical Camp   

 Rallies–Peace/Cycle                                             

Celebration of National Festivals and observance of significant days

20 hours

20 hours

20 hours

20 hours

20 hours

10 Days Special Camp

60 hours

Besides these, the NSS Volunteers are expected to render their service during moments of crises, natural calamities and National disasters by mobilizing public support in assisting and rehabilitating the afflicted.

 

VOLUNTEER’S CODE OF CONDUCT

GENERAL DISCIPLINE

Each Volunteer is expected to participate in all the activities expected of her and strive towards personality development.

Volunteer should maintain silence in all the programmes organized on and outside the campus.

During village visits, rallies and campus programmes volunteers shall be have themselves in such a manner as to safeguard the diginity of womanhood and fame of the college.

Volunteers are not permitted to carry mobile phones with them.

They must keep a day-to-day record of their activities experience in the pages enclosed in the Volunteer’s work diary and submit it to the programme officer for periodic guidance.

It is obligatory for every NSS Volunteer to wear their identity Card while working.

DRESS CODE

In accordance with the dress code of the College, volunteers are expected to wear modest clothes.

FUND RAISING

No private collection of funds or sale of items must be made without the approval of the Principal.

CONTINUOUS INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

I D.C

Towards the end of each academic year, a first year student has to appear for comprehensive test for 50 marks (*A) on the NSS.

        Objective

        Motto

        Symbol

        Administrative arrangements at different levels

        The aspects of NSS Programme

Their participation in various activities will be continuously assessed on 50 marks (*B).

CIA COMPONENT

Test

Activities – 120 hrs

Total

50 marks

50 marks

100 marks

(A)

(B)

(A+B)

 

II D.C

Like wise, II year volunteer’s participation in the regular activities and in the 10–day special camp (compulsory for all II year NSS volunteers will be evaluated on 50 marks each.

CIA COMPONENT

Activities – 120 hrs

Camp

Total

50 marks

50 marks

100 marks

(A)

(B)

(A+B)

NSS CERTIFICATE

Only those volunteers who have put in 240 hrs of work continuously for two years in the manner expected of her will be recommended for a certificate and issued the same.

Note: Any candidate appearing for an interview at a government office or seeking admission to B.Ed., Colleges will get 5 marks extra if she possess an NSS Certificate.

NSS SONG

 

NSS SONG

(English)

NSS SONG

(Hindi)

We shall overcome,

We shall overcome,

We shall overcome, some day,

O, deep in my heart

I do believe that

We shall overcome some day.

We’ll walk hand in hand,

We’ll walk hand in hand,

We’ll walk hand in hand some day

O’ deep in my heart

I do in my heart

We shall overcome some day.

We shall live in peace,

We shall live in peace,

We shall live in peace some day

O’ deep in my heart

I do believer that

We shall overcome some day.

We are not afraid,

We are not afraid,

We are not afraid to-day

O’ deep in my heart

I do believe that

We shall overcome some day

Hoonge Kame’s yam,

Hoonge Kame’yam,

Hoonge Kame’yam, ek dhin,

O’ ho mann’ me hai vishwas,

Poora hai Vishwas,

Hoonge Kame’ yam, ek dhin.

Hum chalengee saath saath,

Daale hatho’ mai haath,

Hum chalengee saath saath, ek dhin,

O’ ho mann’ mai hai vishwas,

Poora hai Vishwas,

Hoonge kame’ yam, ek dhin.

Hogi shanthi charo oaur

Hogi shanthi charo oaur

Hogi shanthi charo oaur

O’ ho mann’ mai hai vishwas,

Poora hai Vishwas,

Hoonge kame’ yam, ek dhin.

Naahi dar kesi’ ka aaj,

Naahi dar kesi’ ka aaj,

Naahi dar kesi’ ka aaj, ek dhin,

O’ ho mann’ mai hai vishwas,

Poora hai Vishwas,

Hoonge kame’ yam, ek dhin.

 

‘NOT ME BUT YOU’

STAFF INCHARGE

 

1.    Dr. M. Ragam
Asst. Prof. of Physics
: Coordinator (Shift – I)
2.    Dr. R. Ponni
Asst. Prof. of Tamil (Shift – II)
: Coordinator (Shift – II)
3.    Ms. P. Magdalene Virjini
Asst. Prof. of Home Science with Food Biotechnology
: Member
4.    Dr. K. Karthiga
Asst. Prof. of Home Science with Food Biotechnology
: Member
5.    Dr. S. Anburani
Asst. Prof. of Tamil
: Member
6.    Dr. B. Suganthana
Asst. Prof. of Chemistry
: Member
7.    Ms. K. Saritha
Asst. Prof. of Sociology & Social Work
: Member
8.    Dr. W. Shymala
Asst. Prof. of History
: Member
9.    Ms. J. Kayal Anthony
Asst. Prof. of English
: Member
10.    Dr. R. Srija
Asst. Prof. of Statistics
: Member

 

REPORT ON SWACHHATA HSEVA FROM SEP. 15 TO OCT. 02, 2018   new

 

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