National Service Scheme (NSS)

What is it?
NSS stands for the National Service Scheme. It is a voluntary public service programme launched in 1969 by the Government of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, with the primary aim of developing the personality and character of students through community service. The NSS encourages social welfare activities and aims to instill a sense of social responsibility, empathy, and leadership among young people. It operates through educational institutions such as schools and colleges, where students can volunteer their time to participate in various community development activities, including environmental conservation, literacy campaigns, health awareness programs, and disaster management initiatives. The NSS has a significant presence across the country and plays a vital role in fostering civic engagement and national development.

Motto:
The motto of the National Service Scheme (NSS) is "Not Me But You." This motto reflects the essence of democratic living and emphasises the importance of selfless service, empathy, and consideration for others. It underscores the idea that individual welfare is interconnected with the welfare of society as a whole, encouraging NSS volunteers to prioritise community needs over personal interests.

Objectives:
The main objectives of National Service Scheme (NSS) are :
1. Understand the community in which they work
2. Understand themselves in relation to their community
3. Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving
4. Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility
5. Utilise their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems
6. Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities
7. Gain skills in mobilising community participation
8. Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes
9. Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters
10. Practise national integration and social harmony

Birsa Munda College NSS Unit:
At Birsa Munda College, a firm commitment to community service and social responsibility shines through the National Service Scheme (NSS) activities. Students at Birsa Munda College are encouraged to join in its mission to effect meaningful change within the community and nurture a culture of service and compassion. The NSS initiatives offer students invaluable opportunities for societal engagement and personal development, echoing the motto “Not Me But You”. Operating year-round, the NSS Unit conducts various activities, including free health check-ups and awareness camps. Through these endeavours, students refine leadership skills, foster empathy, and contribute positively to society. Participation in diverse NSS extension activities within and beyond the college campus provides students with the platform to evolve into socially responsible individuals. Additionally, this hands-on engagement fosters experiential learning in human values and professional ethics. The college’s NSS committee actively organises gender sensitisation programmes and awareness camps throughout the year, addressing pressing issues such as human trafficking, domestic violence, and women’s health. With reverence for India’s spiritual and cultural heritage, emphasis is placed on yoga, with the NSS unit having already organised numerous yoga camps for college students.

Notice board
College will remain closed on 08-05-2024 on account of “Rabindranath Tagore”
College will remain closed on 01-05-2024 on account of “May Day”
College will remain closed on 20-04-2024 to 27-04-2024 on account of “the acquisition of our college by the Central Forces for Parliamentary General Election 2024”
College will remain closed on 17-04-2024 on account of “Ram Navami”
College will remain closed on 10-04-2024 AND 11-04-2024 on account of “Id-Ul-Fitr”
College will remain closed on 06-04-2024 on account of “BIRTHDAY OF HARICHAND THAKUR”
*College will remain closed on 29-03-2024 on account of “Good Friday”
Notice regarding Library Internship course
College will remain closed on 08-03-2024 & 09-03-2024 on account of “Shiva Ratri” and Administrative ground
Notice regarding Special talk on “Ancient Indian Customs and Spiritual Insights in the Epic Mahabharata”
Notice regarding Internal Examination
Notice regarding ABC ID-related
Notice regarding any change in Registration Certificate
Notice regarding cultural event (Lamhein)
College will remain closed on 26-02-2024 on account of “Sab-e-Barat”
Notice related MINOR-I and MINOR-2 for 2nd Semester students
Notice related ABC ID
Notice on MDC Subject
College will remain closed on 15-02-2024 on the ground of post-Saraswati Puja College campus cleaning 
All are invited to join as Saraswati Pratima will be immersed on 09-02-2024.
An invitation to attend the Career Orientation Program.
Notice for flag hoisting on account of the 75th Republic Day.
College will remain closed on 26-01-2024 on account of “Republic Day”
Flag Hoisting on account of “Birthday of Netaji”
College will remain closed on 23-01-2024 on account of “Birthday of Netaji”
Notice for the Blood Donation Camp
All are requested to be present 12-01-2024 on account of “Birthday of Swami Vivekananda”
College will remain closed on 12-01-2024 on account of “Birthday of Swami Vivekananda””
Notice of “Career counseling program”
Notice for the workshop on student welfare
Notice for the Cultural program on 08-01-2024 of Student’s week
Notice for Program schedule of Student’s week
Notice for “Student’s week” on 02-01-2024 to 08-01-2024
College will remain closed on 25-10-2023 to 01-01-2024 on account of “Winter Recess”
Notice for awareness program on “Sexual Harassment”
College will remain closed on 27-11-2023 on account of “Guru Nanak”
College will remain closed on 19-11-2023 and 20-11-2023 on account of “Chhat Puja”
Notice for “Puja Vacation” and Internal Examination
College will remain closed on 14-10-2023 on account of “Mahalaya”
Notice for Internal Examination
Regarding college uniform
College will remain closed on 28-09-2023 on account of “Id-e-Milad”
College will remain closed on 25-09-2023 on account of “Karam Puja”
College will remain closed on 18-09-2023 on account of “Vishwakarma Puja”
Notice for Hindi Diwas and Vidyasagar jayanti celebration program
College will remain closed on 06-09-2023 & 07-09-2023 on account of “Janmasthami” and administrative ground.
Log in credential for 5th+6th sem admission
Log in credential for 3rd+4th sem admission
Application for college canteen
Document verification