National Service Scheme


Inspire youth to build their mind and spirit to serve the society


- To strive for virtuous human quests.

- To create an ideal citizen for emerging India


- To extend guidance and consultancy service.

- To train the students with an attitude of self-effacing service


National Service Scheme popularly known as NSS was launched in Mahatma Gandhi Centenary year 1969 and aimed to developing students’ personality through community service. The overall objective of National Service is education. This objective is attained through the service to the community. National Service Scheme (NSS) is a permanent youth Programme under the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India.


The overall objective of NSS is Personality Development through the community service.
The broad objectives of NSS are to:

  • Understand the community in which they work.
  • Understand themselves in relation to their community.
  • Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem solving process.
  • Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility.
  • Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solution to individual and community problems.
  • Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities.
  • Gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
  • Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude.
  • Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters.
  • Practice national integration and social harmony.


The motto or watchword of the NSS is “Not me but you." It underlines that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of society on the whole. This express the essence of democratic living and upholds the need of selfless service and appreciation of the other man’s point of view and also consideration for fellow human beings.

The Symbol

The symbol of the National Service Scheme has been based on the Giant Rath Wheel of the world famous Konark Sun Temple of Orissa, India. These giant wheels of the sun temple portrays the cycles of creation, preservation and release and signify the movement in life across time and space. The design of the symbol, a simplified form of the Sun Chariot wheel primarily depicts movement. The wheel signifies the progressive cycle of life. It stands for continuity as well as change and implies the continuous striving of NSS for social transformation and enlistment.

The NSS Day

NSS was formally launched on 24th September 1969, the birth Centenary year of Father of Nation. Therefore, 24 September is celebrated every year as NSS Day with appropriate program and activities

NSS Report




Composition of the College NSS Advisory Committee

Name Designation Mobile No Photo
Prof. Sowmya Erappa K Principal 9880881982
Dr. Raghavendra R Programme Officer 9620557621
Mr. Muruli T M Asst. Program Officer 9916219899
Dr. Lavanya C P Lecturer in Kannada 9481431067
Mr. Gurumurthy Bhat Lecturer in Commerce 9916733507


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