The NSS (National Service Scheme) was launched in India on 24th September 1969, the birth centenary year of Mahatma Gandhi. Its main objective is personality development through community services. It provides opportunities to the students to participate in different community development service programmes which enables them to get experience and exposure even outside the educational institution. The motto of NSS is “NOT ME BUT YOU’’, which upholds the need for selfless service and appreciation of others point of view and also to show consideration for fellow human beings.

 

          Keeping in mind the aims and objectives of NSS, the Madhabdev College Unit of NSS has been rendering its best to contribute to the nation building process through various community services. The unit promotes the best practices for its volunteers which can help in cultivating their inner strength and hidden talents in order to make them a good citizen of the country. Apart from maintaining discipline at every step of their life, the volunteers of the college unit do their best to maintain cleanliness in the college campus and also in its beautification by doing plantation in the college premises and regular cleaning works. The unit adopts a flower garden inside the college premises.

 

          The NSS unit of Madhabdev College undertakes various types of skill development as well as orientation programmes for its volunteers. The volunteers of the unit participate in various state, regional and national level camps organized by the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India. The unit also organize an Annual Special Camp in its adopted village. Though the college unit of NSS has near about 200 volunteers at present, being attracted by its activities, a growing number of the students of the college show their keen interest to join NSS every year for which in college is planning to start a second unit.

 

 

Activities and Participation of NSS

MadhavDev College Unit

 

2012-2013 (June’ 12 to May’ 13)

Regular Activities – (various type of Regular Activities, Cleanliness, Gandenity, Orientation etc.)

Participation – 4 Girl Volunteers participated in NSS Mega Summer Camp, organized by the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Govt. of India, New Delhi in Association with NSS Cell of Andhra University, Visakhapatnam from 6th to 17th June, 2012 at Andhra University.

Programme Officer Dipak Das, Contingent Leader of Assam Team

 

2013-2014 (June’ 13 to May’ 14)

1.      Regular Activities – organize different activities as per NSS Guideline.

2.      Training Programme on “ Search, Rescue & First Aid” with the help of District disaster management Authority, Lakhimpur, Assam

Date: 23rd, 24th and 25th September 2013

Venue: Madhabdev College, Total Participant – 50 volunteers.

3.      Special Camp (7 Days)

Place: Bardeuri Gaon

Date: 24th February to 2nd March, 2014

 

2013-2014 (June’ 14 to May’ 15)

1.      Regular Activities:

2.      Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

Day long programme on 11th and 12th October

On 11th in the College premises

On 12th Market place, 50 Volunteers took part.

3.      Cleanliness programme at Badala Satra

Date: 14th March, 2015

4.      Participation:

i.        7th North East NSS Festival and National Integration Camp, Manipur, held at Khuman Lampak Sports Compex, Imphal, from 21th to 29th August, 2014,

4 girl and 4 boy volunteers

Programme officer, Dipak Daas, Contingent Leader Assam Team

ii.     Miss Krishna Bora and Shri Dinamoni Dutta participated Pre Republic Day Parade Camp, held at Bhubaneswar, Orissa

Date: 9th to 18th October, 2014.

iii.   Miss Krishna Bora participated Republic Day Parade Camp New Delhi.

Date: 1st January to 31th January, 2015.

iv.   2nd North East NSS Festival:

2 boy and 2 girl volunteers

Programme Officer Dipak Das, Contingent Leader Dibrugarh University.

Date: 28th April to 2nd May, 2015, held at USTM, Meghalaya organized by the NSS Cell, Meghalaya in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt. of India.

v.      3 girl volunteers participated 19th National Youth Festival.

Place: Guwahati

Date: 8th to 12th January, 2015

vi.   2 boy volunteers participated in North East NSS Festival at Arunachal Pradesh

Date: 6th June to 10th June, 2015

vii. 15 volunteers participated in the “Agri-Entrepreneurship” workshop organized jointly by Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development under its Youth-led Development cut-research programme (YDP) in Higher education Institutions in consonance with the National Youth Policy 2014 on 19th january, 2015 at Kalabari College, Sonitpur, Assam.

 

 

2013-2014 (June’ 14 to May’ 15)

1.         Regular Activities; Cleanliness, Gardening, Plantation etc

2.         Special Camp (7 days)

i.           Place – Barkhamti Gaon

Date: 11th to n17th June, 2015

ii.        Place – Temera Miri Gaon (Adapted Village)

Date: 20th February to 26th February 2016

3.         Earthquake Awareness programme:

i.           23-05-2016 – Phulanikhat M.E. and High School

ii.        24-05-2016 – Novodoi Girls High School

iii.      25-05-2016 – Maridikrong Tribal M.E and High School

iv.      26-05-2016 – Janakalayan M.E. and High School Chilarai M.E. and High School

v.         30-05-2016 – Narayanpur Girls M.V. School

4.         Voters Awareness Programme :

On 31th march, 2016 in greater bihpuria Costituency.

5.         Conducted workshop on “Ranguli, Mehendi and Eecycling of waste Materils” on 15th and 16th Decmber, 2015.

6.         Participation:

i.           2 boys and 1 girl volunteer participated Pre R.D. Camp at Bodoland University, Kokrajhar, Assam.

Date: 7th November to 16th November, 2015.

Programme Officer Dipak Das, Cotingent Leader of Assam Team

ii.        10 girl volounteers of the unit represented Assam state on National Integration Camp at SADU College, Naregal, Karnataka.

Date: 23rd to 29th December, 2015

Programme Officer Dipak Das, Group/Team Leader.

iii.      2 boy volunteer’s perticipated North East NSS Festival, A.P.

Date: 6th to 10th June, 2015

iv.      Shri Rupam Gogoi, participated Republic Day Parade Camp at New Delhi, from 1st January to 31th January, 2016.

2013-2014 (June’ 14 to May’ 15)

1.      Regualr Activities: Clinliness, Practice, Skill development promramme

2.      Annuall Special Camp (7 days)

Place: Adapted village Temera Miri Gaon

Date: 17th March to 23rd March, 2017

3.      Earthquake Awareness programme:

06-06-2016 – Major Chapari M.E. and High School

09-06-2016 – Kamalpur High and higher Secondary School

10-06-2016 – Harmoti Pichala M.E. and high School

4.      Health Camp:

Conducted a free health check-up camp at Adapted village – Temera Miri Gaon in collaboration with the office of the Joint Director, District health services, Lakhimpur, Assam

Date: 24th June, 2016

5.      Training on disaster preparedness and risk reduction sponsord by RGNIYD and supported by centre tor life skills learning.

Date: 20th to 26th September, 2016

6.      Participation:

i.        Volunteers (1 boy and 1 girl) participated Pre. R.D. Camp

Place: Salt Lake, Kolkata

Date: 10th to 19th November, 2016

Programme Officer, Dipak Das Contigent Leader of Assam Team

ii.    1 boy and 1 girl volunteer participated Republic Day

Parade Camp -2017, New Delhi

Date: 1st January to 31st January

Programme Officer, Dipak Das, Contingent Leader of North eastern States, Guwahati Region.

Award received in National Integration Camp, held at SAPU College, Naugal, Karnataka, 2015

1.      Best State Award

2.      Best Individual Award

3.      Best Programme Officer Award