NSS & Youth Red Cross

Aim:

1 To combine academic activities with social service and to instill a sense of service to the nation, there are two units of the N.S.S. in the college.

Enrolment:
Application for enrolment to the different units are invited at the beginning of the session by the N.S.S. Officer. A unit consists of fifty students and is headed by an N.S.S. Officer nominated by the principal from among the members of the staff.

Activities:
After a student is enrolled and allotted a unit, he/she will have to attend camps and get involved in other activities as directed by the N.S.S. officers. Three camps are to be organized in a year for each unit. Some of the activities of the N.S.S. are:-

a) Cleanliness drive in the community around the camps and in the village nearby.

b) Instilling civic sense in the community and among the local people.

c) Literacy drive by such schemes as conducting Adult Literacy camps and Night schools.

d) Assisting the authorities in drives against social evils such as dowry system and caste feelings.

e) Plantation schemes.

f) Schemes for Rural Reconstruction.

g) Organisation of flood operation & relief camp.

h) Health camps for animals and human beings.

i) Women empowerment programme f and formation of Self-Help Groups.

j) Sarva Sikshya Ahhiyan Programme for the all round development of the students for the age group 6 to 14.

k) Preservation of Monuments in the Mahavinayak and Banadurga temple at Chandikhole & the Jagannath Temple at Dhanamandal.
L) Socio Economic Survey

M) Intenship Govt. Welfare Programme 2013-14

N) Self Defence Programme 2014-15

O) Active Citizenship Programme 2014-15

P) Swacha Bharat Yojana ( Clean India) Programme 2014-15

Aim:

1 To combine academic activities with social service and to instill a sense of service to the nation, there are two units of the N.S.S. in the college.

Enrolment:

Application for enrolment to the different units are invited at the beginning of the session by the N.S.S. Officer. A unit consists of fifty students and is headed by an N.S.S. Officer nominated by the principal from among the members of the staff.

Activities:

After a student is enrolled and allotted a unit, he/she will have to attend camps and get involved in other activities as directed by the N.S.S. officers. Three camps are to be organized in a year for each unit. Some of the activities of the N.S.S. are:-

a) Cleanliness drive in the community around the camps and in the village nearby.

b) Instilling civic sense in the community and among the local people.

c) Literacy drive by such schemes as conducting Adult Literacy camps and Night schools.

d) Assisting the authorities in drives against social evils such as dowry system and caste feelings.

e) Plantation schemes.

f) Schemes for Rural Reconstruction.

g) Organisation of flood operation & relief camp.

h) Health camps for animals and human beings.

i) Women empowerment programme f and formation of Self-Help Groups.

j) Sarva Sikshya Ahhiyan Programme for the all round development of the students for the age group 6 to 14.

k) Preservation of Monuments in the Mahavinayak and Banadurga temple at Chandikhole & the Jagannath Temple at Dhanamandal.
The N.S.S. unit is working at present with the renowned N.G.O.-‘Lok Vikash’ to serve the suffering people of the society

The college is enrolled as a Youth Red Cross group with the Indian Red Cross Society, Orissa Branch. An annual subscription of Rs.10/- is collected from each student towards the youth red cross fund.

Aims:

a) Service to the sick and suffering

b) Promotion of health

c) International Friendliness.

Membership:

Students who have the spirit of service to the sick and the suffering and who wish to become active members of the Youth Red Cross have to apply for membership and get their names enrolled.

Activities:

Special emphasis is laid on the following activities:

a) Service to the sick and the suffering

b) Practice of personal health habits.

c) College hygiene- Cleanliness of class rooms, grounds and up keep of the college garden.

d) Community hygiene taking up works of hygiene and cleanliness in the near by villages.

e) Inter-college group correspondence.

Youth Red cross activities are moderated by an executive committee consisting of minimum of five and a maximum of eleven members. The committee so elected will elect from among themselves a chairman, a vice chairman, a secretary and a joint secretary. The terms of the committee will be one year.

The Youth Red Cross counselor appointed by the Principal from among the members of the staff will be entitled to attend meeting of the executive committee and to guide the deliberations.

Meeting of the committee should be held at least once a month and relative rules of business may be framed by the committee.