About Us


The National Service Scheme (NSS) plays a crucial role in shaping young minds and fostering a sense of social responsibility among students. By engaging in community service activities, participants not only contribute positively to society but also undergo personal growth and development.

Through NSS, students have the opportunity to enhance their interpersonal skills by interacting with individuals from diverse backgrounds. This exposure helps broaden their perspectives and fosters empathy and understanding towards others. Furthermore, participating in various tasks and projects within NSS fosters leadership qualities among students. They learn to collaborate effectively, make decisions, and take initiatives, which are essential skills for future leaders in any field. Moreover, NSS activities often involve addressing real-world issues and challenges, providing students with practical experience in problem-solving and decision-making. This hands-on learning contributes to their overall development and prepares them to be proactive and responsible citizens.

NSS not only benefits the communities it serves but also empowers students to become instrumental for positive change, equipped with the skills and mindset necessary to tackle societal issues and contribute meaningfully to the welfare of society.

Objectives of NSS followed by Lords as mentioned in are:

  • To understand the community in which they work;
  • To understand themselves concerning their community;
  • To identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving;
  • To develop among themselves with a sense of social and civic responsibility;
  • To utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems;
  • To develop the competence required for group living and sharing of responsibilities;
  • To gain skills in mobilizing community participation;
  • To acquire leadership qualities and a democratic attitude;
  • To develop the capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters.