Department of N.S.S.


                                National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) founded by Mahatma Gandhi to motivate students towards social activities. NSS is a part of Govt of India that comes under Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports. After the independence, the University Grants Commission headed by Dr. S. Radhakrishnan recommended introduction of national service in the academic institutions on a voluntary basis. This idea was again considered by the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) at its meeting held in January, 1950 and after examining the various aspects of this idea and the experiences of other countries in this field, the Board recommended that students should devote some time to manual work on a voluntary basis and that the teachers should also associate with them in such work. In the draft First Five year Plan adopted by the Government of India in 1952, the need for social and labour service for the students of India for one year was stressed. In 1958, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in his letter to the Chief Ministers mooted the idea of having social service as a prerequisite for graduation. He also directed the Ministry of Education to formulate a suitable scheme for introduction of national service into the academic institutions.


  1. Understand the Community in which they work. ( Adopted village )           
  2. Understand themselves in relation to their Community.
  3. Identify the needs & Problems in the Community in the Solution of which they can be involved.
  4. Develop in themselves a sense of Social & Civic responsibility.
  5. Apply their education in finding practical solutions to individual & community problems
  6. Develop Competence required for group living & sharing responsibilities
  7. Gain Skills in mobilizing Community Participation
  8. Acquire leadership qualities & democratic attitude.
  9. Develop Capacity to meet emergencies & matural disasters.
  10. Practice National Intigration.

THE GOAL OF  N.  S. S.  : -

The goal of N.S.S. is education through Community Service. The purpose is to enrich the student’s personality & deepen his understanding of the social environment in which he lives. I’t should help students to develop an awareness and knowledge of social reality to have concern for the wealth being of the community to undertake appropriate activities design tjo tackle social problems to promote welfare. The objective of NSS therefore. “ Development of the personality of the students through Community Service.”

                                                                    The main aim of National service scheme is to give extension Dimension to higher education and orient student youth are be Aware about the social problems and needs of villages while Working in that millue .N.S.S. give an opportunity to volunteers To develop themselves through mass development

1. N.S.S. emphasize dignity of labor and self help and need for combining Physical work with intellectual pursuits

2. N.S.S. help volunteers to understand the community in which they are Working

3. N.S.S. volunteer easily identify the need and problem of community and Involve him in problem soling process

4. N.S.S. built enough competence reburied for group lining and sharing Responsible

5. N.S.S. volunteers gets an opportunity of leadership guiltiest and Democratic attitude

6. N.S.S. plays ritual role in national integration and social harmony

7. N.S.S. provides an opportunity for volunteer permit development Through mass development


Advisory Committee

President : Principal Dr. M. L. Honagekar

Secretary : Dr. S. B. Bhandare

Members : 

  1.  Shri. R. D. Madhale
  2.  Shri. M. R. Thombare
  3.  Shri. H. A. Mangaonkar
  4.  Shri. M. R. Shinre
  5.  Mrs. S. S. Kendre
  6.  Shri. Y. I. Patil

Representative of adopted village : 


  API. Shri. Addressing to participated students               Students working at village site