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NSS

The vision is to build the youth with the mind and spirit to serve the society and work for the social uplift of the down-trodden masses of our nation as a movement.

The National Service Scheme has been functioning with the motto “NOT ME BUT YOU” in view of making the youth inspired in service of the people and hence NSS Aims Education through Community Service and Community Service through Education.

• Understand the community in which they work
• Understand themselves in relation to their community
• Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem solving process
• Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility
• Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solution to individual and community problems
• Develop competence required for group living and sharing of responsibilities
• Gain skills in mobilizing community participation
• Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude
• Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and
• Practice national integration and social harmony

Faculty incharge:
Mr.T.N.Anil Kumar

NSS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

National Service Scheme unit of the college is institutionalized under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports Govt. of India. The functional objective of the unit is to motivate students to indulge in Nation building activities, through various events and projects which are aimed towards the benefit of in and around people. These activities inculcate belongingness to each other and service attitude to society with self-satisfaction.

Organization:

NSS wing of SSB, Puttaparthi is affiliated to NSS JNTU Anantapur.

 

Unit Volunteers Programming Officer I/C
Unit – I 50 Boys & Girls Mr. Anil Kumar TN

 

The above unit volunteer and Programming Officer are working in collaboration with NSS committee. The NSS wing always interacting with Programme Coordinator, NSS JNTUA University.

 

Aims and Objectives:

  • Understand the community needs and articulating the students’ relation for the societal development work.
  • Inculcate spirit of nobility along with academic interest.
  • Identify the problems and requirements of the community and taking proper steps to solve them.
  • Work for upbringing social solidarity and harmony in and around the community.
  • Gain skills for mobilizing community welfare programmes through active participation at the state level.
  • Develop and nurturing strong will power, endurance and foresightedness to face emergencies and natural disasters.
  • Stimulate national integration and social harmony among youth through the exemplification of leadership qualities and democratic attitudes.

Duties of the Program Officer:

  • He/She will plan NSS regular activities and special camping programme.
  • The programme officer will ensure that NSS volunteers complete the prescribed hours in regular activities and participate in special camping programme as per requirements.
  • He/She will divide the BSS unit into different groups and assign the definite task and targets and projects to each group.
  • He/She will supervise the work of NSS volunteers.
  • He/She will maintain the necessary records and registers prescribed by programme coordinator of the university.
  • He/She will ensure that the basic aims of NSS programme i.e. personality development of NSS volunteers, interaction of the different classes of the society take place harmoniously and the NSS volunteers and community are benefitted from the activities of NSS unit.
  • He/She will be responsible for the equipment and stores purchased out of NSS funds. He/She will hand over the charge of NSS equipment and stores to his/her successor at the end of his/her tenure.
  • He/She will spend the NSS grants as per administrative and financial directives of NSS programme coordinator.
  • He/She will submit the reports to the NSS regional center periodically, programme coordinator, NSS state liason officer and TORC/TOC.
  • He/She will ensure the submission of accounts in time.
  • He/She will liase with the officials of the department of NSS projects and activities.
  • He/She will convene the meeting of the college advisory committee in consultation with the Principal of the institution as laid down in the NSS manual.

NSS Responsibilities:

NSS volunteers generally work with villages 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.

  1. Adoption of Villages

Adoption of a village and area is a very meaningful programme in NSS. It is far better to concentrate attention on one village and take up the task for development perspective, than to fritter away energy in many locations involving too many activities which may not be completed at all or where the follow up action may not be possible. From this point of view, village adoption programme should ensure continuity of work vice versa sustained action, evaluation and follow up work. We have adopted BEEDUPALLI Village located behind the campus and we do Swatch Bharath Every 6 months once.

 

 

  1. Regular Events:
  • List of International and National Days/Weeks to be Observed by National Service Scheme

DAYs:

 Month  Date  Days
 January

 

 

 12th   National Youth Day
 26th  Republic Day
 30th  Martyr Day
 March  8th   International Women Day
 April  7th  World Health Day
 May

 

 21st  Anti-Terrorism Day
 31st  World No Tobacco Day
 June  5th  World Environment Day
 July  11th  World Population Day
 August

 

  15th  Independence Day
 September

 

 

  8th  International Literacy Day
 24th  NSS Day
 October

 

 1st  National Blood Donation Day
 2nd  Communal Harmony Day
 November  19th  National Integration Day
 December

 

 1st  World AIDS Day
 10th  World Human Rights Day

 

 

Week:

 Month Week  Days
  January  12th -19th  National Youth Week
  July  8th – 14th   International Literacy week

 

  • Blood Donation Camps
  • Plantation Programs
  • Swatch- Bharat Camps
  • Organizing and Participate in Rails with Govt. or NGO Collaborations
  • Making Short Dramas at nearby Villages on Awareness like Literacy, Health, HIV, New Government Schemes etc.
  • Health Camps

Future Events to be done

  • Green Campus – Environment Programmes
  • Energy Conservation Programmes
  • First-Aid Training
  • Awareness on Organ Donation
  • Enhance awareness campaigns against social evils

 

NSS Advisory Committee Member List

 

Sl No Name of the Faculty Department Responsibilities Phone Numbers Mail ID’s
1 Dr. Srinivasan Principal Convener 9100974516 principal@sanskrithibschool.com
2 Mr. Anil Kumar TN Assistant Professor & PRO Program Officer 9100974538 anilkumar@sanskrithibschool.com
3 Ms. Vijayasree Department of HR Supporter 9100974543 hr@sanskrithibschool.com
4 Mr. Ramakrishna MBA Supporter 9398567299 ramakrishna@sanskrithibschool.com

 

List of Student Coordinators

 

Sl No Name of the Student Roll No Responsibility Phone Number Mail ID’s
1 Mr. Mahesh 17HX1E0062 Student Coordinator 7799859541 allammahesh143@gmail.com
2 Ms. Parimala 18HX1E0004 Student Incharge 9704021991 parimalabhonsle121@gmail.com
3 Mr. Jagadish Yadav 17HX1E0068 Volunteer 9705095003 cyjahgadishyadav@gmail.com
4 Mr. Sreenivas Reddy 17HX1E00F5 Volunteer 8185061118 srinivasareddymaramreddy@gmail.com

Children's Day

Team Members: (Faculty Coordinators)

Mr. Anil Kumar TN (PO)

Mr. Manian

Mr. Sai Shankar

Executive Summary of the Report

• Find the visuals in the Photo Album

• 3 Faculty Coordinators and 15 MBA Students have participated in this event.

Findings and Suggestions:

While kids studying in private and international schools enjoy many amenities, for their government school counterparts, it’s not the case often.

Mr. Naveen Kumar, Student of II MBA – SSB, a volunteer said, “We want to change the government school atmosphere into a ‘modern’ school environment on Children’s Day (November 14) and we want to bring a sense of pride/ownership among children studying here. Call it an attempt to transform a government school into a modern one.”

Mr. Sravan Kumar, Senior MBA grad – SSB, a volunteer said, “We believe that every child has equal rights to study, play, grow, stay healthy and shine in every aspect of life. These children are the future of the country. They will grow up just the way we mould them onto. They need a good healthy environment, proper facilities, plentiful love and attention to grow up.”

We request the university to grand some funds, to make such events even more memorable to the volunteer as well the govt. Students.

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Food Fest Competition

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Team Members: (Faculty Coordinators)

Mr. Anil Kumar TN (PO)

Ms. Prasanthi E

Mr. Sai Shankar

Our festival mission is to

• Generate increased demand for local and sustainably produced food through education and promotion.

• Support the growth and development of local farms and locally owned food-related businesses.

• Increase the availability and access of healthy local food to urban communities.

• Facilitate collaborations between local food farms, businesses, and public and non-profit organizations.

Zero Waste Goals

While bringing all of these people together for a festive day, we also strive for a Zero Waste event with minimum impact to our environment. Every effort is made to create an affordable a zero waste event with collection of recyclables, compostable food and utensils and the small remainder of trash.

• We had special festival entrees; we have called the government school students (Beedupalli Govt. School) to participate in this event along with the faculties and principals.

• Food vendors use recyclable materials as much as possible and offer minimal paper and minimal plastic waste.

• Food scraps are composted.

• We highlight businesses and organizations that are also working toward these goals.

 

Executive Summary of the Report:

• Find the visuals in the Photo Album

• 3 Faculty Coordinators and 85 MBA Students have participated in this event.

 

Findings and Suggestions:

All the students had a wonderful time with more of energetic participation. All of them are very interested to have some new feeling and experience. Only request is to grant some funds for the event.

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