About the NSS:
At National Level National Service Scheme, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports Govt. of India, popularly known as NSS was launched in Gandhiji's Birth Centenary Year 1969, in 37 Universities involving 40,000 students with primary focus on the development of personality of students through community service. Today, NSS has a base of millions of student volunteers on its roll spread over 298 Universities and 42 (+2) Senior Secondary Councils and Directorate of Vocational Education all over the country. The motto (the principle statement) of NSS is ‘NOT ME BUT YOU’, which is the essence of Vasudheawa Kutumbkam. Swami Vivekanand has been the ‘PRERNA PURUSH’ (Man of Inspiration) of the NSS since Indian government had recognised him as ‘PRATEEK PURUSH’ (Man of Symbol) of youth in 1984.
At Institute Level NSS unit of the institute has been established on 04-08-2012. Neeraj Kumar Jain has been the Programme Officer of the unit since then. The unit has been working there onwards under the guidance of advisory committee which is chaired by the director of the institute. The unit, since its establishment, has been continuously doing its regular activities with aim of providing the socio-economic exposure of various national problems specially Rural India. The NSS volunteers, besides getting such exposure, also benefitted by certificate recognition through B and C level certificate programmes of the NSS.
Vision and Mission :
Vision: to develop a democratic society with equality by supporting ‘Social Service’ without expectation and keeping sympathy for ‘All Living Being’ by accommodating each other’s angle of opinion
Mission: to foster enthusiasm and high moral values in students especially NSS volunteers through the activities, orientation programmes and camps. To develop students’ personality by Involving them (volunteers) in planning, decision making, organizing and execution of the activities of the unit.
No of Student Participation: the institute has been allotted a unit of 100 volunteers
- Regular Activities: Plantation, Blood donation, health and hygiene moves, environment awareness, traffic awareness, child education, youth club activities, pared, drill, yoga, civic awareness about government schemes,
- One Day Camps (ODCs) : Two ODC are organized at the adopted village in an year to make student aware of village life and rural problems. The students did a social survey to understand the rural livelihood.
- Seven Day Residential Camp (SDC): One SDC is organized in each year for giving the practical exposure of rural life, social work and labour work for the NSS volunteers.
phone – 91-(0731)2582351
Fax – 91-(0731)23432540
Email – nss.sgsits[at]gmail.com