National Service Committee was launched in the year 1959-60
under the chairmanship of Dr. C. D. Deshmukh, had recommended
that National Service for a period of 9 months to a year should
be made compulsory before a student enters the university or
The Saiyidain committee (1961) Appointed by the ministry of education did not favour compulsion and recommended National or Social Service for a minimum period of 12 weeks on a voluntary basis.
There are four units functioning in our College, for each unit one programme officer taking the responsibility of organising the students.
|Name of the Faculty||Designation||Unit|
|Dr.E. Vijayalakshmi||Assistant Professor||I|
|Dr.C. Elumalai||Assistant Professor||II|
|Dr.P. Selvakumari||Assistant Professor||III|
|Dr.S. Aruljothiselvi||Assistant Professor||IV|
Regular activities of National Service Scheme
Regular activities includes functional literacy and non formal education, plantation, preservation and up keeping of trees, construction and repair of roads, cleaning of village ponds and wells, construction and laying of parks, health education and primary health care, first aid awareness, blood donation, anti drug addiction drives, AIDS awareness, advocating advanced agricultural practice, disaster management (Cyclones, floods, earth-quakes, drought), women empowerment, road safety, socio-economic surveys, improvement of campus etc.
Environment/Waster land development and conservation.
Reconstruction/Repair of Roads.
Blood donation camps.
Awareness camps on drug Abuse/AIDS/HIV.
Programmes for Woman.
Work in Hospitals/Orphanages/ Destitute Homes.
National Integration/Communal Harmony Programmes.
Activities during emergencies such as flood, war earthquake, Tsunami etc.
Celebration of important days.
Adoption of villages
Construction and repair of roads
Environment awareness programme
Energy Conservation Programme
First aid training programme