The National Service Scheme (NSS), introduced in 1969, aims to develop the personality and character of student youth through voluntary community service. Inspired by the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi, the NSS has the following objectives:

1. Understanding the Community: NSS volunteers strive to understand the community in which they work and their own role within it.

2. Problem-Solving and Involvement: They actively engage in identifying the needs and problems of the community and participate in problem-solving exercises.

3. Social and Civic Responsibility: NSS fosters a sense of social and civic responsibility among volunteers.

4. Practical Solutions: Volunteers utilize their knowledge to find practical solutions to individual and community challenges.

5. Group-Living Skills: NSS helps develop the competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities.

6. Community Participation: Volunteers gain skills in mobilizing community participation.

7. Leadership and Democratic Attitudes: NSS encourages the acquisition of leadership qualities and democratic attitudes.

8. Emergency Preparedness: Volunteers develop the capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters.

Committee Members:

ChairpersonDr. Jagadeesha G. T
Co-OrdinatorMr.Manohar A P
MemberMr.Rajesh S B
Student MembersMs.Keerthi S