N. S. S.

 

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME

(Unit Nos 40 & 88)

SREE NEELAKANTA GOVT. SANSKRIT COLLEGE, PATTAMBI

REPORT OF THE NSS ACTIVITIES DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR -2016 -2017

 

SreeNeelakanta Govt. Sanskrit college has two NSS units-40&88 and two hundred volunteers under Calicut University. There were a number of activities such as campus cleaning, awareness programs, charities, social servicesconducted and observed many days in this year. Some of the projects implemented with the collaboration of vilayur Panchayat.

WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL DAY

World Environmental day celebrated from June 6 to 10 by planting saplings. The program was inaugurated by PN Anitha Kumari, Principal, SreeNeelakanta Govt Sanskrit College and about two thousand saplings distributed.

YOGA DAY

Yoga Day was observed on June 21 andhundred volunteers participated in the program.

INDEPENDENCE DAY

Independence Day was observed on August 15th along with NCC unit of our college followed by campus cleaning.

ONAM CELEBRATION

Onam celebrated with a feast on September 9. There were thousand and five hundred people including the whole teachers, non teaching staff and students participatedin the program.

GADHIJAYANTHI

Under NSS volunteers, cleaning week were also observed on October first weekin connection with GandhiJayanthi.More than 150 NSS volunteers attended the programme.

BLOOD DONATION CAMP

The NSS units of this college in association with district hospital Palakkad had conducted blood donation camp.More than 50 students were donated their blood voluntarily.Teaching staff and office staff also donated their blood.

ANTI-NARCOTICS STUDENT’S PARLIAMENT

NSS units conducted anti- narcoticsstudent’s parliament for students from school and college in collaboration with State Excise Dept, Palakkad Division.

WORLD AIDS DAY

As a part of world AIDS day, the NSS volunteers of this college were participated in a public rally to pattambi for providing awareness to the general public regarding AIDS. The volunteers prepared different posters, banners and placards for providing information to the public regarding AIDS.

UNITY DAY

observed nationalUnity Day on October 31st.

SEVEN DAY NSS SPECIAL CAMP

Seven-day summer camp of this year held in PTMY Higher Secondary school, Edappalam from 23rd to 29thDecember. The major projects such as construction of bind and natural cultivation implemented in collaboration withVilayur Panchayat and Kudumbasree. NSS team had the key role in the construction of bunds across River Nila along withParudur Panchayat and Pattambi Municipal corporation. Moreover, NSS volunteers conducted flash mob and awareness class on PCOD on World Women’s day. As a part of the cleanliness and safety, NSS volunteers cleaned campus twice in a month. With out the help of Teachers, College Union, student parties, PTA, and non-teachingstaff, these activities were impossible to NSS.

 

ACTIVITIE OF NSS UNITS 40,88 DURING 2017-2018

The activities and merits of the NSS units 40 and 88 of our institution are as follows. Pre Mansoon cleaning activities were observed on 29 May 2017, which was the first programme taken up by the NSS units of our institution.

June 5, World Environmental Day was observed. The trees we planted last year were observed and protective measures were taken.

On 21 June International Yoga Day was observed. YogacharyaMuralidharan demonstrated in the programme. On 15 August a cleaning campaign was conducted as part of the Independence Day celebrations.

Onam was properly celebrated. The celebration was with the help and cooperation of College Union and PTA on 30 August 2017.On 2 October, Gandhi Jayanthi was observed with a campus cleaning campaign. On 30th October, National Ekta Divas was observed.

The activities that spanned across different dates comprises of the survey conducted at Ongallur on 1 October 2017. 23 volunteers from NSS units 40 and 88 participated in this event. The event conducted with the cooperation of Kerala SasthraSahithyaParishath.

A district level meeting was help at Govt. College, Chittur on 9 October 2017 and volunteers participated. From 10 November to 12 November 2017 a district level camp in relation with palliative Care was held at Govt. Law College, Thrissur. 30 Volunteers from our institution participated. Apart from this, there lies the golden embankment as KiraanVenugopal of Second Year B.Sc class, who is an NSSVolunteer, attended the 22nd National Youth Festival.

On December 2017, in commemoration with the death anniversary of IndianoorGopi Master, the man of versatility, who served as a teacher and social activist, our institution saw itself as avenue for various programmes. The programme was inaugurated by p.sreeramakrishnan, the Loksabha Speaker. The Magsaysay award winner Rajendra Singh gave away the speech on the topic “On Rejuvenating a River”.

As part of Paliative Day, NSS volunteers performed a flash mob at Taluk Govt. Hospital Pattambi. Volunteers collected and donated an amount of Rs.3000. On 26 January 2018 Clean Nila campaign was observed with the help and support of Vayali. 100volunteers from our institution participated in this event to make it a big success.

From 17 March 2018 to 18 March 2018 a two-day camp was conducted to prepare an agriculture land near the Ladies Hostel in our College. Campus cleaning was also an important task we took. After the days labour volunteers conducted various cultural activities. 100 volunteers participated and the event was highly successful.

The last programme in the academic year was the district level youth festival held at AnzarColllege, Ottapalm .12 volunteers actively participated in the Youth festival.

 

 

 

NSS SPECIAL CAMP 2017-18 – CONSTRUCTION OF 1.5KM ROAD AT

KALLADIPPATTA

NSS Special camp for the year 2017-18 was held at KalladipattaPanchayath onDecember 2017. 100 Volunteers from the two NSS units of SreeNeelakanta Govt. Sanskrit College, Pattambi jointly participated in the seven-day camp.

The camp was organized by President of Kalladippatta Grama Panchayath on December 2017.Inaugural session was in the presence of the representatives of the local body, Principal of the College, teachers and PTA representatives, College Union members and Programme Officers. This camp turned out to be a worthful remedy to a social issue that has troubled the transportation of the rural people. Students were residing there along with the village people and with their assistance, they could easily provide a one and a half km road.