National Service Scheme (NSS)

The National Service Scheme (NSS) was launched in 1969, the birth centenary year of the Father of Nation, by the Government of India.  It is a voluntary association of young people, especially college students, to work for  campus-community linkages.  It aims at developing students’ personality through community service. 

The NSS unit at SRCC provides a platform to the students and faculty for community work and developing a sense of involvement in the tasks of nation building.  A variety of activities are organized every year to channelize the energy and idealism of the younger generation into creative pursuits.

The NSS wing organizes activities like Blood Donation Camps, Literacy Classes for children of weaker sections, Leadership Workshops, Summer Camps, National Awareness Programmes, “Shramdaan” etc.

The NSS unit at SRCC functions under the guidance of a Faculty programme officer.


Office Bearers

(2015 – 16)

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Department / Class

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Mr. S.K. Agarwal

Program Manager



[email protected]


Gaurav Agarwal


B.A.(H) Eco-III


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Indu Lekshmi S

Vice President



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Events & Activities

Through its various cells, NSS worked in the field of health, education, environment, personality development, spiritual development and dedicated its efforts to uplift and empower various sections of the society especially differently abled and underprivileged children.  Book donation drive, Jigyasa sessions, compiling audio records of educational books for blind students, blood donation drive, visits to Delhi State Institute of Cancer and Jamghat are to mention a few.

In addition to this, NSS volunteers undertook various other initiatives and programmes throughout the year such as:

Walk for Safer Roads

NSS, SRCC and COLORS (Coalition for Road Safety), a group of NGOs working for road safety in India,  organized a 'WALK FOR SAFER ROADS' on August 8, 2015 at Rajpath, Delhi to demand safer roads for all.

69TH Independence Day

Commemorating our nation's sovereignty, National Service Scheme, SRCC celebrated the Independence Day in the college.

Cleanliness Drive

The volunteers of NSS, SRCC marched on for ‘Cleanliness Drive’ with buckets and brooms in hands, scrubbed off the posters from the college walls, swept the footpaths and picked up the garbage.

Workshop On Women Safety

National Service Scheme, SRCC organized '#SaferIndia', a workshop presented by HopeInU in association with Crowdguard. This workshop focused on 'Bystander Effect', which aims at empowering young men and women to use their rights and become more contributing and active citizens.

Visit to Anchal's Girl Home

A group of 14 volunteers of Team Social Support of NSS, SRCC, visited Anchal Girls' Home. This girls’ home is a unit of the NGO Jamghat, which works for the upliftment of street children. The kids enjoyed the fun activities as well the informative sessions.

Self Defence Workshop

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME, SRCC organized a 'SELF DEFENCE WORKSHOP' in collaboration with Delhi Police.

Clean Up the World

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME, SRCC recently joined 'CLEAN UP THE WORLD' Campaign which is celebrated worldwide, in the third week of September; to make the masses realize their obligations related to the cleanliness and preservation of nature.

Eye Check Up Camp

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME, SRCC organized an EYE CHECK UP CAMP on September 21 and 22 in Seminar Room in association with Vasan Eye Care.

Blood Donation Camp

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME, SRCC organized a BLOOD DONATION CAMP on Wednesday, 23rd September in SRCC Auditorium in association with Lion’s Club.


National Service Scheme celebrated NSS day on 24th September’15.

 Scheduled sketched out for NSS DAY CELEBRATION

  • Cleanliness Drive
  • Slogan Writing Competition at NSS Centre, North Campus
  • Freeze Mob on Dengue Awareness at Co-Op.

NATIONAL SERVICE SCEME organized 'Jigyasa' which unveils life lessons through the Bhagavad Gita.

Cleanliness Drive

National Service Scheme, SRCC volunteered at a cleanliness drive on occasion of Gandhi Jayanti which was organized in the college premises.

Cyber Security Workshop

National Service Scheme, SRCC in association with All India Women's Education Association organized a Cyber Security Workshop on October 5, 2015 in Seminar Room.


SAVE THE QUEST and National Service Scheme, SRCC, on the occasion of White Cane Safety Day, on October 15 organized WALK-A-THON 2015 to celebrate the achievements of visually impaired by conducting 'Relay Race' on October 7, 'Shoot the Target' on October 8, 'One minute Challenge' on October 12 and  'Follow the voice' on October 14. These activities took place from 1:30 to 2:15 p.m. at the Principal Lawns.

Pink Chain Campaign

National Service Scheme, SRCC in association with Punarjeevan, an NGO and All Indian Institute of Medical Sciences organized the 'Pink Chain Campaign', an initiative to sensitize students about the cancer. The campaign had keynote speeches by leading oncologists to throw light on the issues.


National Service Scheme, SRCC in association with He For She brought before students ‘United Nation's Women Solidarity Movement on Gender Equality.’ The campaign included spreading awareness about Gender Equality, panel discussions, screening of videos, fun activities and games. Students across different colleges were invited to be a part of this event.