National Service Scheme


The National Service Scheme (NSS) was evolved and introduced by the Government of India in the year 1969. The objective of NSS is to develop a sense of participation amongst students in nation building through Social Activities.  NSS is not limited to the classroom education but also develops a sense of social responsibility, tolerance, teamwork and cooperation. NSS plays a vital role to the overall  development  of the student’s personality.

NSS Regular Activities:

NSS volunteers generally work with villages and social agencies to complete 120 hours of regular activities during an academic year. As per the Guidelines of National Service Scheme, a volunteer is expected to remain in constant touch with the community for social service. Hence, it is of vital importance that a particular village/slum is selected for implementation of NSS programmes. The activities like tree plantation, Organ donation awareness rally, road safety awareness activity, cleanliness campaign, Toilet Day celebration, Indian Constitution Day etc.

NSS Special Camp

Institute conducts 7 days special camp in the month of December every year. It is mandatory to adopt one village and through the special camp, various activities are organised for the benefit of villagers. The activities conducted in the special camp are Swachata Abhiyan, Tree plantation, Activities on Gender Equality, Village Survey, Anti Superstitions activity.

Contact Person:
Prof. S. D. Katkade
Assistant Professor,
Mechanical Dept.
SITRC, Nashik.
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