NSS Activities in SKCHS
Details of NSS Unit at SKCHS
The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an integral part of the academic, social, and personal life at SKCHS, serving as the third dimension of education. Established by the Government of India in 1969, NSS aims to develop students' sense of participation in nation-building through social work. The NSS Unit at SKCHS was inaugurated on November 14, 2019, by the Chairman of SBES, Palle Venkata Krishna Kishore Reddy, and the Associate Dean, Dr. N. Narayana Reddy.
Aim and Motto:
- Aim: Education through community service.
- Motto: Not Me but We.
The overall objective of the NSS Unit is education achieved through service activities to the community.
- Arouse social consciousness by providing students opportunities to work with and among the people.
- Develop awareness and knowledge of social realities, fostering concern for community well-being and engaging in constructive social action.
- Provide rich and meaningful educational experiences to make education complete and meaningful.
- Develop skills needed for democratic leadership, program development, and self-employment.
- Offer opportunities for personality development.
Unit Level Organization:
The NSS Unit at SKCHS is headed by a Program Officer. Students, faculty members, field assistants, lab assistants, and non-teaching staff actively participate as volunteers in NSS activities.
Obligation of an NSS Volunteer:
Every NSS volunteer is expected to contribute 240 hours over two academic years, including a unique seven-day camp. Volunteers maintain work diaries to track their hours, and upon completion, they receive an NSS certificate.
Benefits for Students Joining NSS:
- Empathy and assistance to the underprivileged.
- Leadership and decision-making training.
- Skill development for program execution.
- Participation in inter-collegiate/university/state camps and exchange of ideas.
Regular activities include blood donation, village adoption, campus cleaning, celebration of important days, awareness camps, participation in seminars, cultural activities for personality development, and public awareness rallies.
Special Camping Programme:
A seven-day special camp is a crucial part of NSS activities, focusing on adopted communities or slums. Volunteers address hygiene education, anti-plastic campaigns, illiteracy eradication, and work on long-term communal assets like roads, canals, and sanitation.
The NSS Unit at SKCHS is committed to holistic education, community service, and fostering responsible citizens through active participation and engagement.
The following placement cell committee is constituted for the academic year 2023-24
|Name of the Faculty
|Dr.N. Narayana Reddy
|Associate Dean, SKCHS
|Dr.Sachin V. R.
|Assistant Professor,Department of Entomology
|Physical Director,Department of Extension
|Asst. Professor,Department of GPBR