Introduction:

The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian government-sponsored public service program conducted by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports of the Government of India. Popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhiji’s Centenary year, 1969. Aimed at developing student’s personality through community service, NSS is a voluntary association of young people in Colleges, Universities and at +2 level working for a campus-community linkage.

The NSS Badge Proud to Serve the Nation:

All the youth volunteers who opt to serve the nation through the NSS led community service wear the NSS badge with pride and a sense of responsibility towards helping needy.

The Konark wheel in the NSS badge having 8 bars signifies the 24 hours of the day, reminding the wearer to be ready for the service of the nation round the clock i.e. for 24 hours.

Red colour in the badge signifies energy and spirit displayed by the NSS volunteers.

The Blue colour signifies the cosmos of which the NSS is a tiny part, ready to contribute its share for the welfare of the mankind.

The Motto of NSS "NOT ME BUT YOU" reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps the students develop appreciation to other person`s point of view and also show consideration to other living beings. MES started NSS activities at its constituent colleges with important objectives of identify the needs & problems of the community & involve them in problem-solving and to develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility. It helps the students to acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes, to develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and practice NATIONAL INTEGRATION and SOCIAL HARMONY.

Motto-Goals-Objectives-Activities of National Service Scheme

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME
N-Not me but you(Motto)

A-Awareness Creation & attitude change

T-Team: The student, the teacher, the Community

I-Improvement of communication Skills

O-Opportunity to students to play their role

N-National Integration & Development

A-Adoption of Village & slum

L-Leadership qualities & democratic attitude

S-special camping & regular services

E-education through community service(Goal)

R-Reports of NSS-MQHA

V-Voluntary youth activity & work(Flexible with no rigidity)

I-Involving students in National Service

C-College unit is the nucleus of NSS & calendar of annual activities

E-Encouraging students to work together

S-Students personality development

C-Creative & Constructive social work

H-Health education & health camps

E-Education & Recreation

M-Making education more relevant to the recent situation to meet the felt needs

E-Environmental sanitation & Tree plantation.

Benefits of Being a NSS Volunteer:

A NSS volunteer who takes part in the community service programme would either be a college level or a senior secondary level student. Being an active member these student volunteers would have the exposure and experience to be the following:

  • an accomplished social leader
  • an efficient administrator
  • a person who understands human nature

NSS AWARDS

  • To recognize the voluntary service rendered by NSS volunteers, Programme Officers (POs), NSS Units and the University NSS Cells, it has been proposed to provide suitable incentives/ awards under the scheme.
  • Awards Indira Gandhi National award State awards University level awards

Chairman:               Dr. K. Vijaya Kumar           Dean & Principal, MMC      

Member Secretary:  Dr. K. Nithesh Kumar         Professor, SPM                   

Members:

S.No.

Name

Department

Designation

1

Dr. P. Srilakshmi

Professor, Biochemistry

Member

2

Mr. V. George

Medico Social Worker

Member

3

R. Sai Krishna

Final MBBS, Part-II Student

NSS Student Leader

4

R. Arun Kumar

Final MBBS, Part-I Student

NSS Student Leader

5

Sarpanch

Raghunadhapalem Village

Member

6

Sarpanch

Shivaigudem Village

Member

7

Sarpanch

Gollagudem Village

Member

 Frequency of Meeting: Once in 6Months

  • Health camps.
  • World population Day.
  • Harithaharam
  • Eye donation campaign
  • CME
  • Primary & Community Health center Orientation
  • AntiRagging awareness
  • Active tuberculosis case finding camps
  • National Integration day,
  • Dengue awareness Campaign
  • World earth day.

NSS Reports

ECO CLUB:

  • To expand outreach of the National Green Corps in the state of Telangana under the Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Climate change.
  • Eco clubs have to observe and create environmental awareness in and around the college.
  • Eco clubs implement Swacha Bharath activities once in a month.
  • Eco clubs have to observe Harithaharam in and around the College and adopted villages.

RED RIBBON CLUBS (RRC) 

  • Peer Group Education – to promote HIV/AIDS awareness among youth
  •  Door to door group counseling / Individual counseling on various health aspects including HIV/AIDS.
  • A Quiz programme on HIV/AIDS was organized for Medical Students.

Calender of Events:

Month

Activity

July 2019

Enrolment of NSS volunteers for th e year 2019-20

Preparation of calendar of events for NSS activities.

Submission of nomination for award of NSS officers/Volunteers.

Constitution of University/College NSS advisory committees.

Banamahosth ava week (1stto 7th July)

World population day (11th July)

University Advisory committee meeting.

August 2019

College's advisory committee meeting.

Orientation program for new NSS volunteers.

Independence day Celebration.

Plantation program

Campaign against nuclear weapon (6th Aug)

NSS Swatchhta Pakhwada Program (1-15th August)

Selection of Best NSS Volunteers for th e year 2018-19.

September 2019

Teachers day (5th Sep)

NSS Foundation day (24th Sep)

NSS Youth festival

Selection of NSS volunteers for RD parade.

Beginning of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar 127th Birth day celebration.

Blood donation camp.

Free health checkup camp.

UGC Swatchhta Pakhwada Program (1-15th Sep 2019)

October 2019

Celebration of Gandhi Jayanth i

Submission of quarterly year report (on or before 31stOct 2019)

World food day (16th Oct)

UNO day (24th Oct)

Traffic week (24th to 30th Oct)

Saving day (31stOct)

November 2019

Celebration of Kannada Rajyosth ava.

Free medical/dental checkup camp.

Deputing NSS volunteers for National Integration Camp.

Children's day (14th Nov).

Moth er's day (19th Nov)

Quami Ekta week (19th to 25th Nov)

Environment awareness month (9th to 18th Nov)

Weaker's section day (22ndNov)

World AIDS day (22ndNov)

December 2019

Preparation for Special Camp activities.

Identifying th e village and visit to th e village.

Plantation program.

Swatchh Bharath Abhiyana

International Volunteers day (5th Dec)

Human rights day (10th Dec)

Submision of half yearly report (on or before 31stDec 2019)

January 2020

National Youth day (12th Jan)

National Youth Week (12th to 19th Jan)

NSS Day (15th Jan)

Conduct of NSS Special camp (on or before 31stJanuary 2020)

Celebration of republic day

February 2020

Organizing National Integration Camp for th e th ird time from th e University at JSS College of Pharmacy, premises.

Preparation of NSS Special camp report.

Woman's day (2ndto 19th Feb)

March 2020

Submission of annual accounts/report (Before 15th March 2019)

World forest day (21stMar)

April, May and June 2020

World Health day (7th Apr)

Fire Prevention day (14th Apr)

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Jayanth i (14th Apr)

World Labor day (1stMay)

Nutrition week (1st to 7th May)

World Environment day (5th June)

Preparation for next year NSS activities.