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Activities of NSS Volunteers and Adoption of Village


NSS volunteers generally work with villages, slums and voluntary agencies to complete 120 hours of regular activities during an academic year. As per the fundamental principles of National Service Scheme, a volunteer is expected to remain in constant touch with the community. Hence, it is of vital importance that a particular village/slum is selected for implementation of NSS programmes. As the NSS volunteer is to live with the members of the community and learn from their experience during his/her tenure in NSS, the village/slum should be carefully selected for adoption by NSS unit.


The Activities under NSS are two-fold, viz.

  • Regular activities, which are undertaken during the working days of the semester, and

  • Special Camping activities for 07 days duration in the adopted village/urban slum during vacation.

Each NSS unit is expected to adopt a near by village/slum and work for its all round development. Regular activities and special campus should preferably be organised in the adopted village/rural unit/slum for this purpose.

Regular Activities
Under this, students undertake various Programmes in the adopted villages, College Campuses and urban slums during weekends or after college hours.


Special Camping Programme
Under this, 07 days camp organized in the adopted villages with a specified theme being given by Govt. of India by involving local youth. The Special camp should be conducted only in the adopted villages or the group of villages /Urban slums for intensive social development.
The Activies conducted at the Camps are

  • Free Medical Camp

  • Rain Water Harvesting

  • Conducting a Social Economy Survey

  • Planting Tree Saplings

  • Awarenesss about Drinking, Smoking, Aids

  • Technical Training for Youths

  • Literacy Campaigning

  • Cleaning Schools and Temple Premises at the village.

Special State Camping Programme



Sparsh Ganga Abhiyan

  • To understand importance of drinking water.

  • Not to pollute the sources of water by throwing polythene and other grabs.

  • To save the water for new generation.

  • Segregating waste into bio and non-biodegradable categories

  • Turning bio-degradable waste into compost;

  • Recycling of non-biodegradable waste;

Harit Bharat

  • Plantation of trees, their preservation and up keep.

  • Creation of N.S.S parks/gardens.

  • Prevention of soil erosion and work for soil conservation.

  • Construction  of  ponds to collect rain water    

  • Recycling of non-biodegradable waste

Aapda Rahat

  • Distributions of rations, medicines, clothes etc.

  • Working with local people during disaster.

  • Reconstructions of huts, cleaning of wells, building roads etc.

  • Relief and rescue operations with local authority.

  • Collection of funds, materials & sending to the effected areas.

Matdata Jagrukta Abhiyaan

  • To aware youth about  value of election.

  • Greater participation for stronger democracy.

  • Importance of voter-id cards among youths at the age of 18 years.

  • Participation of youth in elections.


  • To educate youth for health awareness.   

  • To promote voluntary blood donation.

  • To help the peoples at the time of emergency.

Character Building

  • Emphasizing the dignity of labour, Life skill education & counseling.

  • To develop social values and responsibilities.

  • Discussion on eradication of social evils like casterism, communalism, reasonalism etc.

  • Cultural and recreation programme for the community

Legal Awareness

To help senior citizens, women and children, people from  weaker section, disable people, transgender community, victim of mass disaster, ethnic violence, flood, earthquake, draught or industrial disaster.

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