The following students of our college participated in the YAMUNA CLEANING CAMPAIGN which was organized under My Delhi My Yamuna Project.
5) Sneh Rawat
6) Shivani Gupta
8) Khushboo Kumari
9) Shikha Gautam
1) Khushboo Pahal
3) Geeta Negi
11) Geeta Yadav
BASIC LEADERSHIP CAMP
(Rajkot, Gujarat – 15th Sep to 26th Sep 2010)
ARMY ATTACHMENT CAMP
(MERRUT – 21st Oct to 4th Nov 2010)
1) Seenam Yadav
2) Sneh Rawat
3) Sulakshna Rai
4) Khushboo Kumari
COMMON WEALTH GAMES 2010
The following students worked as a volunteer:
CATC (combined annual training camp) cum Pre RD-1
It was held in the month of November was attended by 10 students namely Amrin, Geeta, Sudha, Chanchal Rani, Aakanksha Negi, Zeba Shireen, Tejaswita Durah, Seema Prajapati, Gayatri and Shikha Gautam from our college. It was held at Safdarjung Enclave in the NCC UNIT itself.
1. Zeba Shireen won the first prize in essay writing competition.
2. Tejaswita won the first prize in firing competition.
The Department organizes sessions in Aerobics, Yoga and Karate throughout the year for NSO students to promote physical activity for health and fitness.
For NSO students 80 hours of attendance is mandatory.
· Students must contact Teacher In charge, NSO, On July 25, 2011, Monday in the Sports Room for enrolment.
· Last date of enrolment is 8th August 2011, Monday
· NSO CLASSES WILL START FROM August 17,2011, Wednesday
The summarised information regarding the N.S.S. is mentioned herein below:
1. National Service Scheme herein after referred as N.S.S. came into existence on September 24th 1969. The then Union Minister Dr. V. K. R. V. Rao, launched the N.S.S. Programme in 37 Universities covering all states in India. The Progamme was started during the Gandhi Centenary year.
2. The Scheme now extends to +2 level also in many states.
3. The motto of N.S.S.: “Not me but you”.
4. The broad objectives of N.S.S. are:
i) Understand the community in which the volunteers work.
ii) Understand themselves in relation to their community.
iii) Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem solving process.
iv) Develop among them a sense of social and civic responsibility.
v) Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems.
vi) Develop competence required for group living and sharing of responsibilities.
vii) Gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
viii) Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude.
ix) Develop capability to meet emergencies and natural disasters and
x) Practice for national integration and social harmony.
2. Classification of N.S.S. programme.
Regular N.S.S. activities:
· Orientation N.S.S. Volunteers (20 hours)
· Campus Work (30 hours)
· Community Service 70 hours
· Institutional Work
· Rural Project
· Urban Project
· Natural Calamities and National Emergencies.
· National Days and celebrations
· National Programmes launched by Govt. of India.
1. From the Faculty:
a. Programme Officers
b. Committee members
2. Student Leaders:
d. Class co-ordinators
3. Following Societies of College are associated with NSS
A. Shining Network
B. Consumer Club
C. Green Beans
E. Equal Opportunity Cell
KAMALA NEHRU COLLEGE
ANNUAL REPORT : N.S.S. (National Service Scheme)
Though NSS has a vast ambit and huge circumference and it is difficult to perform all the events relating to social service in such a short span of one year, yet our volunteers did a commendable contribution to their best.
1. The Academic year 2010-2011 began with an orientation programme for all the volunteers on 29th July-2010. On our invitation, resource persons from sixteen reputed NGOs attended the said programme and demonstrated their target areas, tools and modus operandi.
2. A street play on the issue of female foeticide was performed by an NGO on the same day. Our volunteers actively participated in the follow-up session and put forth their queries and worries to the resource persons. Mr. Girish Tuteja, Asstt. Programme advisor at NSS regional centre was also invited to our college. He appraised our volunteers about the aims, objectives and area of NSS.
3. Thereafter, on 12th August-2010A a power point lecture on “Thyroid Disorder” in Young Girls was delivered by Dr. Nisha Ohri. We organized the said lecture with financial support from Thyrocare Lab and Abott India.
4. NSS proudly observed 20th August-2010 as “SADBHAWNA DIWAS”. A street play based on “MERI DELHI MERI YAMUNA” campaign was performed in the college auditorium by an NGO named Art of Living.
5. Thyroid detection camp was organized on 20th August, 2010 wherein thyroid test was conducted at highly subsidized rates for all the students and teaching and non-teaching staff of the college. The said camp was sponsored by Thyrocare Lab and Abott India.
6. In order to celebrate Teacher’s Day, our NSS unit gifted saplings to the faculty members of college in the first week of September-2010. The saplings were sponsored by Government of Delhi.
7. On 7th September, 2010, NSS Unit at KNC, in association with, Meri Delhi Meri Yamuna, an initiative of Art of Living has adopted Nehru Place Market for cleanliness drive. Our huge numbers of volunteers cleaned the adopted site by brooms, masks and carry bags provided by “ART OF LIVING”.
8. Five Volunteers of our unit attended a two day workshop and orientation course for NSS volunteers of Delhi University on 17th and 18th September, 2010 at Acharya Narendra Dev College, Delhi.
9. NSS volunteers successfully contributed to the nation during common wealth Games, 2010 in the month of October,2010.
10. Two Volunteers of our unit attended a two day workshop cum Training programme on 28th and 29th October,2010 at Khalsa College, Delhi. The programme was organised by a Jaipur based NGO named as “SURE” (Society to uplift rural economy) under the project, “ campaign against adverse Sex ratio and sex selection for establishing dignity of the girl child in Delhi/NCR.
11. The aforesaid trained volunteers, a resource person and the NSS Programme Officer at KNC trained 122 NSS volunteers of Kamala Nehru college on 22nd November, 2010 on the same issue. Each of these further trained ten persons in their respective localities and submitted follow up reports.
12. A lecture cum interaction on cervical cancer and breast cancer was organized on 18th November, 2010 in the college. Two senior Oncologists from the MAX Hospital, Delhi made a power point presentation and made the students aware about the issues pertaining to personal hygiene, self examination for breast cancer, healthy life style etc.
13. NSS in association with INDIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY organised a blood donation camp on 29th November, 2010. More than 100 donors made this even a mega event.
14. Free health check up camp for teaching and non-teaching staff of the college was organized by us in association with the MAX Hospital Delhi on 2nd December,2010.
15. NSS in association with “SWECCHA” an NGO, organized a presentation cum lecture on the education of slum dwellers and its project titled as “PAGDANDI” on 29th January,2011.
16. NSS had put up a stall in the college premises for two days in early February, 2011 for the purpose of fund collection to financially support for rehabilitation of cancer patients through the NGO named CAN SUPPORT.
17. NSS volunteers walked for life at central Civil Services Sports ground on 6th February, 2011 in an event organised by “CAN SUPPORT”.
18. Three volunteers and NSS Programme officer of our college attended one day work shop at Jamia Milia Islmia University on the issue of female foeticide in the last week of January, 2011.
19. One volunteer of our unit was selected for a ten day long National Adventure Camp at Thenmala, Kerala in February, 2011.
20. Eight Volunteers along with the NSS Programme officer participated in two days NSS Festival at North Campus, University of Delhi on 14th and 15th February,2011.
21. NSS unit organized NGO Mela on 8th March, 2011 wherein 23 reputed NGOs participated. The names of the said NGOs are mentioned herein below:
23. NSS, in association with, Art of Living staged a play in the college on its project “YES +” based on youth emancipation.
24. Our volunteers stand together for national causes such as Common Wealth Games-2010, National Adventure Camp-2011, Flood Relief Programmes and Communal Harmony. They devote 120 hours in a year towards social service. The major areas of social Service adopted by our NSS Unit are domestic violence, crime against children & women, AIDS awareness, education & literacy, equity and equality, cleanliness and hygiene, to protect natural resources like water, and trees, deprived sections of society, right to information and so on.