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Our Motto

The motto of National Service Scheme is NOT ME BUT YOU.

Our Vision

To develop a democratic society with equality by supporting 'Social Service' without expectation and keeping sympathy for 'All Living Being' by accommodating each other's angle of opinion.

Our Mission

To foster enthusiasm and high moral values in students especially NSS volunteers through the activities, orientation programmes and camps. To develop students' personality by Involving them (volunteers) in planning, decision making, organizing and execution of the activities of the unit.

NSS Activities

Through social service, which is the prime objective of the Natonal Service Scheme, two types of activities are carried out to achieve personality development.

1. Regular Activities:-

Regular activities of the National Service Scheme are carried out in the institution premises or the town of "God"(गोद ). At least one or two activities of the National Service Scheme should be organized per week. Regular activities are organized according to the almanac prescribed by the government and programs provided by the government. In which environmental literacy and personality development , the birth anniversary of great men ,various Discussion on social topics, speech competitions, essay writing, poster production, street theater, signature campaign, blood donation, eye donation awareness, Pulse Polio, overall sanitation, and river drainage.

Regular activities can be started from 1 April to 28 February.


2. Activities of the Camp:-

Two types of camps are organized in National Service Scheme.

1) Day Camp:-

This camp is organized in the town of "God" (गोद ). The duration of this Camp is 8 Hours. A maximum 0f 50 students and teachers can participate in this camp.

2) Residential Camp:-

There are many types of residential camps as following:-

I) 7 Day Camp at the Organizational level

It is Mandatory for the NSS unit of all the institutions to conduct the 7 Day camp in the town of "God" (गोद ). This is a residential camp where students carry out the activities according to a planned routine starting from getting up in the morning till going to bed in the night. A maximum of 50 students can participate in this camp at once. All the funds required for the camp, including all the arrangements for the stay of 50 students, as well as their meals, breakfast, tea and all other contingencies amounting up to Rs.22500 per student are granted by the government. A written statement of these expenses needs to be submitted in the NSS cell of the respective Universities within a period of 7 days post the completion of the 7 days camp.

II) District Level Camp

This Camp is organized for about 100-250 students selected from across the district in which each unit of the district holds a specific quota. This Camp also is a 7 Day Camp.

III) University Level Camp

This Camp is a 7 Day Residential camp for around 400-500 selected students from different units of NSS coming under the purview of University.

IV) State Level Camp

This is a 7 Day Camp for for around 500-600 selected students from differents units of NSS over Madhya Pradesh.

V) National Level Camp

On a National Level, different types of Camps are organized which are as following:-

1) Republic Day(26 January Parade):-

152 students from NSS from all over India participate in the Republic Day parade held every year on 26 January in Delhi.

2) The Adventure Camp:-

Adventure Camps of 10-15 day duration are organized in any part of the country. Selected students from all over the country participate in this camp.

3) Mega Camp:-

Mega Camps of 10-15 days are organized in any part of the country in which selected students from all over India particiate.

4) National Unity Camp:-

National Unity Camp of fixed duration are also organized by the government.

5) International Level Camps:-

Selected volunteers from National Service Scheme have the chance of participating in the International Level camps.


1) On participating in any camp of National service Scheme on any level, the arrangements of the travelling, stay and food for the volunteer are made by the government.