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National Service Scheme (NSS) is a Central Government Educational Programme started in the year 1969. It is functioning under the ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports at the national level and under the Ministry of Higher Education at the State level.
The major aim of National Service Scheme is the development of the personality of students through community service. We have two National Service Scheme (NSS) units comprising 200 volunteers.

We undertake various social activities such as awareness programmes, cleaning public places, blood donation camps, afforestation etc.

  In recent past we have conducted many socially committed programmes. Few among them are

  • Cleaned, painted and drew social reformers pictures on the walls of Govt. U.P.School for girls Ernakulam
  • Blind folded walk on teachers’ day with visually challenged teachers
  • Distribution of food to street dwellers,
  • Study materials to economically backward school children of adopted village viz Pizhala
  • Flood relief materials to affected families,
  • Cleaning flood affected areas
  • Medical survey at Vattavada, a tribal area of Idukki district,
  • Distribution of food to old age home, and children’s home . Conducted repair and maintenance work of old age home
  • Cleaning of KSRTC buses at Ernakulam depot
  • Health and economic survey at Pizhala and Nayarambalam grama panchayath,
  • Run for unity on National unity day
  • Street plays to create awareness about environment pollution, drug abuse, corruption.


We have adopted a village named Pizhala in Kadamakkudy gramapanchayath. We undertook various social activities there which include health and economic survey, distribution of study materials to children of St.Francis U.P.School. A vegetable garden was set at the school. One barren land was cleaned and planted trees there. A science popularization programme was conducted for the students of St.Francis U.P.School Pizhala with the help of all science departments of our college. A project proposal was given to the panchayath for extending our help and support to make the village “A filament free village” and to train the kudumbasree people for repairing LED and to open a ‘LED clinic’. Also to train the home makers to make umbrella, toiletries, candles etc.  We have planned to complete the project by this academic year.

                                Programme officers:    Dr.  Julie Chandra C S , Assistant Professor of Chemistry

                                                                    Smt. Prajini PrakashAssistant Professor of Sanskrit


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