National Service Scheme

The NSS under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports is a social service organization that enables students to reach out to the public, spread civic awareness and encourage social responsibility. In line with Gandhian idea that students should do “something positive so that the life of the villagers might be raised to a higher material and moral level”, students of the college are sent every year to a village, in order to contribute to its development, and gain a different perspective of service. Numerous programmes are organized such as blood donation camps, streetplays and seminars.The motto of the NSS, ‘Not me, but you’, reflects the essence of democratic living, and upholds the need for self-less service.

The NSS, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, is a social service organization that enables students to reach out to the public, spread civic awareness and encourage social responsibility. On the 17th of July, 2018, the association hosted a blood donation camp and collected 293 units of blood, in collaboration with Youth Red Cross. The NSS also held a three-day stationery drive from the 9th to the 11th of August, followed by a 2 day cloth drive on the 6th and 7th of September, to donate to Rakum Blind School at Rajankunte.

On the 10th of August, 2018, a few NSS students attended an awareness event on Counter Terrorism at St. Joseph’s Indian Composite PU College. They also celebrated Independence Day with the students of Shivajinagar BBMP school. A clean-up drive at the government Tamil school was organised on the 1st of September, 2018 and on 9th of the same month, the NSS students went on a rural camp to Bannimangala. On the 9th of November, 2018, the NSS held ‘The Big Day Off’.

This event was followed by Remembrance of Road Accident Victims on the same day where students lit candles as a mark of respect for those who lost their lives in various accidents. The students of NSS visited the Nightingale Sandhya Kirana,Shantinagar on the 20th of December, 2018 to spread the Christmas cheer. On account of National Youth day on the 12th of January, 2019, the NSS conducted a guest lecture by Adv. Sultan Beary to educate the students about the various problems and solutions to the recent national problems.

On the 25th of Jaunary, 2019, the NSS celebrated the National Voter’s Day by conducting various competitions like placard making and essay writing. On 30th of January, 2019, Aura was organised to expand the boundaries from not only social welfare and service but also a sense of togetherness and participation.

Teacher Coordinator

Student Coordinator

Assistant Coordinator

Mr. Ashok / Ms. Divyashree


J.Abhishek Ratnam

Counter Terrorism Mock Drill - Briefing and simulation

On the 10th of August, 2018 few members of college's NSS wing had the opportunity and privilege to attend an awareness event on COUNTER TERRORISM organised at St. Joseph's Indian Composite PU College. Elite commandos who are specialised in the field of counter terrorism shared their years of experience and expertise with students. Lt. Col. Muthanna addressed the students on certain significant aspects of terrorist attacks and how Counter Terrorism Mock Drills help in eliminating the void between Local Police and Counter Terror Forces. Students were enlightened with various defensive techniques and methods which, though simple, would benefit largely in times of emergency. A mock drill was also organised by the elite commandos wherein they simulated an environment similar to that of a bomb blast. A low-intensity bomb was exploded in the premises of the college. We understood the mindset of a typical terrorist and the kind of places he/she chooses to attack. All in all, it was a highly informative event and students gained immense learning on counter terrorism.