- The National Service Scheme (NSS) has been operational since the inception of the Institution i.e., 2002.
- There are two units, Unit-I, Unit-II that are functioning
- NSS works in collaboration with non-profitable and socially responsible organizations such as,
- Sai Youth
- TITA (Telangana Information Technology Association)
- TSACS ( Telangana State AIDS Control Society)
- Hima bindu blood bank
Our Motto: NOT ME BUT YOU
Objective: Personality development through communal service
NSS Student Volunteer selection Criterion:
- Should have passion towards Social Service
- Possesses good conduct and regular to academics
- Good academic track record
INCENTIVES TO STUDENTS:
- Special Camp certificate will be issued by the institution's NSS unit.
- Regular NSS Certificate / 240 hours Regular NSS Certificate - will be issued by the University NSS Cell for those who have participated in Regular NSS Activities for 240 hours in their academic duration and participated in two Special Camps.
- Best Volunteer Award at the institution level can be given by the institution at the end of the academic year .
- Awards & recognitions
- Reservation Quota in higher education (as per rules in force)
- Preference in recruitment of certain jobs
Mr. C. Mallesha
NSS Programme Officer
Mr. C. Mallesha, is a Asst. Professor in Dept. of Management, has been playing a key role in the NSS. He is the recipient of State Level NSS Best Program Officer Award for 2013-14, Sri Satya Sai Baba Gold Medal in 1999 by Osmania University and Indira Gandhi National Award in 2001 by Ministry Of Youth Affairs & Sports, Govt. of India. He was also a Contingent Leader for Republic Day Parade Camp - 2017, New Delhi
Dr. K. S. Rao
Mr. P. Naveen
Asst. Professor, Pharmacy
Mr. P. Chinna Sreenivas Rao
Asst. Professor, Mechanical
Mr. Ahmed Razvi
Asst. Professor, Chemical
Mr. Lalu M
Asst. Professor, Electrical
Mr. B. Harish
Asst. Professor, Electronics
Asst. Professor, Civil
Mr. G. Kiran Kumar
Asst. Professor, CSE
Action Plan 2014-2015
To get the NSS Volunteers acquainted with the philosophy, history, aims and objectives of NSS, 20 hours are dedicated to orientation program through lectures, discussions, audio-visuals etc.
Environment Enrichment programs.
- Plantation of trees, their preservation and upkeep (each NSS Unit should plant and protect at least 100 saplings in and around the campus and in the adopted places)
- Creation of NSS parks/gardens, Vegetable gardens and Medicinal gardens.
- Anti – plastic campaigns – eco friendly Bag making unit.
- Fodder - cultivation program.
- Chlorination of village ponds and wells.
- Vermi-compost project in each unit. Popularization and construction of Gobar Gas Plants-use of non-conventional energy.
- Waste Management program – Land, Air & Water Pollution.
- Rainwater harvesting.
- Smokeless choolas in Rural Houses.
Health Awareness Programmes:
- Anti – Drug Campaign.
- First – Aid Training Programme
- Paliative care Units
- Blood – Donation Drive.
- AIDS Awareness Programme.
- Healthy Food Habits.
- Healthy Life Style.
- Legal Literacy programme
- Computer Literacy programme
- Consumer Awareness Programme
- Human Rights Awareness Programme
- Career Guidance Programme.
- Traffic Awareness Programme.
- Value Education Programme.
- Communicative Skill – English.
- Personality Development & Leadership Programme.
- Stress Management Programme.
- Effective Parenting.
- Energy Conservation Programme.
Women Empowerment Programmes
- Programmes of educating people and making them aware of women’s rights, both Constitutional and legal.
- Creating consciousness among women that they too contribute to economic and social well being of the community.
- Creating awareness among women that there is no occupation or vocation which is not open to them.
- Imparting training to women in sewing, embroidery, knitting and other skills whereever possible.
Social Service Programmes
- Work in institutions meant for physically and mentally handicapped.
- Organising blood donation camps and eye-pledge programmes.
- Work in Orphanages, homes for the aged etc.
- Work in welfare organisations of women.
- Prevention of slums through social education and community action.
- Programmes for making villages self sufficient.
- Soap making units, Paper carrybag making unit, tailoring unit
Production Oriented Programmes
- Working with people and explaining and teaching of improved agricultural practices.
- Soil testing, soil health care and soil conservation.
- Assistance in repair of agricultural machinery.
- Work for the promotion and strengthening of co-operative societies in villages.
- Assistance and guidance in poultry farming, animal husbandry, care of animal health, etc.
- Popularization of small savings.
- Assistance in procuring bank loans.
- Volunteer exchange programme in Special Camps.
- Regular activities in the adopted villages according to action plan.
- Collaborative research on social issues.
- Pooling of selected units activities in the University level adopted region.
- Seven days special camps during summer and winter season.
- Besides this a separate theme will be adopted for the NSS activities in the Campuses : ‘Cleanliness through Homes’ – An Environmental Awarness Programme.
- Water shed Management.
- Tribal village development
Relief & Rehabilitation work during Natural calamities
- Care and Share Project.
- Disaster Management Programme - Assisting the authorities at the time of natural disasters and calamity.
- Miss a Meal Project.
Creation of Durable Assets
Home for the Homeless
Libraries in adopted places, hospitals, jails etc.
Construction of sanitary latrines.
Observation of Important Days
- National Youth Day 12th January
- Republic Day 26th January
- Martyr’s Day 30th January
- International Women’s Day 8th March
- World Health Day 7th April
- Anti-Terrorism Day 21st May
- World No Tobacco Day 31st May
- World Environment Day 5th June
- World Population Day 1st July
- Independence Day 15th August
- Sadhbhavana Day 20th August
- International Literacy Day 8th September
- International Peace Day 15th September
- NSS Day 24th September
- National Blood Donation Day 1st October
- World Non-violence Day 2nd October
- National Integration Day 19th November
- World AIDS Day 1st December
- World Human Rights Day 10th December
- National Youth Week 12 – 19 January
- Van Mahotsava Week 1 – 7 July
- International Literacy Week 8 – 14 July
- Quami Ekta Week 19 – 25 November