NSS Programme

In the year 1969, National Service Scheme (NSS) was started to serve the society. Both male and female wards can join in NSS and the condition is that minimum two years of service. Every year each student have to participate at least 120 hours and the certificate will be issued for the same.

Motto of NSS

“Not Me But You”
The expression stands for two things:

1.      Forgetting and surrendering the self, and Rendering selfless service to others.

2.      The word "Not" before "Me" is to reduce the self to nothing and the Word "But" before "You" can be expanded as follows: -  “I do not live for me but for you.” “The world is not only for me but to you also.”

NSS Symbol

The symbol of the National Service Scheme, as appearing on the cover is based on the ‘Rath’ wheel of the Konark Sun Temple of Orissa. These giant wheels of the Sun Temple portray the cycle of creation, preservation and release, and signify the movement in life across time and space. The design of the symbol, a simplified from of the Sun-chariot wheel, primarily depicts movement. The wheel signifies the progressive cycle of life.

NSS Activities

·         Regular Programs:- 120 hrs per year

·         Special Camping programs: Every year

Note : Students must enroll themselves for Consecutive TWO years in NSS

Regular Project Types

NSS Volunteers Work on Regular Projects for 120 hours and  more during the year in

·         Adopted Area Project – 40hrs+40hrs

·         University level projects – 10hrs+ 10hrs

·         College level projects – 10hrs+ 10hrs

The NSS motto is "Not me, not you, but we".

The National Service Scheme offers opportunities for services, to develop character, team spirit and leadership qualities. It creates a way to social awareness. The NSS volunteers learn from people in villages how to lead a good life despite a scarcity of resources.

The NSS volunteers render service to the people of the adopted villages, orphanages, Cleaning, forestation, organize eye camps, health camps, adult literacy camp, blood donation camp and various community development programmes. Under the supervision of Principal , NSS consists FOUR units and 400 student volunteers are serving to the society.


NSS Program officers:

1.      Unit-I : Dr. P. Chakkaravarthy

2.      Unit-II : Prof. M. Malarvizhi

3.      Unit-III : Dr. P. Puvi Arasu

4.      Unit-IV : Dr. S. Manigandan