Service Wings
NSS - NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME
Objectives

The Education Ministry of Indian Government and the youth association together had organized the National Service Scheme. The NSS has been functioning to develop the students interest in social service. Five hundred students work under five different units. They work under the guidance of four Programme Officers.

Every year volunteers must serve not less than 120 hours towards National service.

Every volunteer must maintain a separate register signed by the Programme Officer showing her active participation.

The NSS volunteers involve themselves in rural development, adult education, small-savings scheme, social welfare, preservation of National Monuments, socio-economic census, environmental cleanliness and other such activities. Students who serve continuously for 2 years as volunteers are issued certificates. During the tenure, they must participate in relevant conferences. The general programmes of the NSS include:

  •  Eye camps
  • Blood donation camps
  • AIDS awareness programmes
  • Dental camp
  • Human chain formation for creating awareness on social issues,
  • Pollution control, rain water harvesting
  • Blood group testing camp
  • Street plays on social issues
  • Slum visits
  • Visit to old age homes and orphanage
  • Health & Hygiene campaign
  • Adult education programme
  • Literacy programme
  • Special Camp
  • NSS Special Camp was conducted at CSI School for Deaf ,Santhome High School in December 2017
NSS Officers
1. Dr. A. Subhashini (PB & PB Department) Programme Officer
2. Mrs M. Anbukkarasi (PB & PB Department) Programme Officer
3. Ms. J. Joan Ruby (Historical Studies ) Programme Officer
4. Dr. R. Josephine Sharmila (Chemistry Department) Programme Officer
5. Dr. C. S. Latha (Chemistry Department) Programme Officer