The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian government-sponsored public service program conducted by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports of the Government of India. Popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhiji's Centenary year in 1969. Aimed at developing student's personality through community service, NSS is a voluntary association of young people in Colleges, Universities and at +2 level working for a campuscommunity.
The programme aims to instill the idea of social welfare in students, and to provide service to society without bias, especially in deprived areas. NSS volunteers work to ensure that everyone who is needy gets help to enhance their standard of living and lead a life of dignity. In doing so, volunteers learn from underprivileged, how to lead a good life despite a scarcity of resources. It also provides help in natural and man-made disasters by providing food, clothing and first aid to the disaster's victims.
The wheel of NSS portrays the cycle of creation, preservation and release, inculcating the essence of the wheel, the two units of NSS at Subodh Sanganer campus work significantly across time and space and strives for social change.Unit I is headed by Ms. Renu Bala Sharma and Unit II is headed by Ms. Monika Pundhir. On 10th August 2020 a Tree Plantation drive was organised by NSS volunteers and Program officers ,followed by an orientation program on 24th September 2020, a day dedicated to NSS nationally, with the motive of introducing NSS and Environmental awareness among new students. The Detailed information about NSS and its benefits to them as well as society was imparted through lecture and digital platform.
On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti ,2 October 2020, an Essay writing competition was organized for young NSS volunteers .
A Nukkad Natak spreading awareness about AIDS prevention was organised in the areas of Budhsinghpura and Khokhawas on 1st December 2020. On 10th December 2020 , a Poster Competition on Human Rights and their implementation was organised for NSS volunteers.
On 18th January 2021 an Eye donation Awareness webinar was organised by NSS in association with Eye Bank Society of Rajasthan (EBSR) on the topic “Eye Donation Unfolding
Vision “. A detail introduction and functions of ‘Eye Bank Society ‘ was given by Mrs Usha Bafna ((joint secretary of ESBR ). Ms Shonu Jain & Mr.Govind Gurbani member of the ESBR gave session on the importance ,demand ,process of eye donations with touching short movie.
On the ocassion of Cancer Day, 4th February 2021 ,NSS volunteers perfornmed a Nukkad Natak to make the people aware of the symptoms and cure for Cancer.
A two day First Aid Training and Demonstration Camp was organised on 8th -9th March 2021 to promote primary medication. Dr D.C Sharma gave elaborative explanations of First Aid procedures.With a view to promote healthy sanitation habits and improving Female hygeine , NSS with the collaboration of Laghu Udhyog Bharti organised a Lecture and distribution of Sanitary Napkins was also done to the rural women and girls in the areas of Budhsinghpura and Khokhawas on 12th March 2021.
The most awaited event of NSS , the NIC 2021(National Integartion Camp) under the flagship of Government of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports , and NSS Regional Directorate ,Jaipur,Rajasthan was held at S.S. Jain Subodh P.G (Autonomous) College , Jaipur from 20th March – 26th March 2021.
National Integration Camps are conducted to make cadets understand and value the rich heritage of cultures that forge unity despite the diverse languages, traditions and religions of our country.Each day was dedicated to learning something new and performing something more challenging than earlier day .Selected seven volunteers -Ms Lalita Meena , Ms Hemlata,Ms Deepali Bhomia, Ms Aakansha Choudhary,Ms Pooja Rani, Ms Nisha Kumari and Ms Soumya Sharma , along with Program Officers
Ms Renu Bala Sharma and Ms Monika Pundhir participated in the Camp.
The RRC youth of S.S. Jain Subodh Girls College Sanganer, Jaipur is encouraged to learn about safe and healthy lifestyles. The RRC promotes access to information on healthy life and voluntary blood donation. They create and provide opportunity to the zeal of volunteerism among youth to contribute towards the control and prevention of HIV&AIDS. The Red Ribbon Club is a voluntary on-campus intervention program for students. The programme organized by RRC addresses the knowledge, attitude and behaviour of the youths in the interrelated areas of Voluntary Blood Donation, HIV & AIDS, as demanded by their age, environment, and life style.
Red Ribbon Club programme with the objective of bringing about behaviour change in young minds employs various strategies like:
In the Year 2020-21 A awareness lecture delivered by Dr. Kanchan Maurya, IMS, BHU on “Prevention of HIV/AIDS” among the students and made them aware in HIV/AIDS issue and also shared the concept of RRC
Dr. Swapnal Sisodiya
Rovering/Rangering is the senior wing of Scouting and Guiding. Rovering/Rangering was started by founder of the scouting movement Lord Powell in 1919. Any regular student of College/ University between the age group of 16-25 years can be enlisted as Rover (Boy)/ Ranger (Girl). A unit consists of 24 Rovers called Rover crew and 24 Rangers called ranger team. Rovering/Rangering is a uniformed activity.
Rovering/Rangering is an international voluntary non-political educational movement for youths. The purpose of the movement is to contribute towards the development of young people in achieving their full Physical, Intellectual Social and Spiritual potential as an individual as well as responsible citizens and members of Local, National and International community, through several outdoor activities, social and community service campaigns.
Dr. Anita Sharma
Ms. Shivangi Tamboli