Kollegal, March 14, 2019: “The National Service Scheme (NSS) was established with an objective of creating service mindedness among the student fraternity, as it is not possible to teach this through curriculum. The NSS, which is a practical way of developing service attitude among the students, is a step towards their personality development,” opined Smt. Smita, Assistant Professor, Geography Department, JSS Women’s College, Kollegal.
She inaugurated the ‘End Plastic Use Jatha,’ as part of the annual NSS camp, organized by the JSS Women’s College, Kollegal, held at Kamagere in Hanur.
In her address to the students she opined that NSS is relevant to education, and it helps in developing all types of skills among the students, thereby improving their personality. She called upon the NSS trainees to utilize the opportunity.
Smt. Suma, Assistant Professor, Political Science Department, participated in the jatha. “NSS is the brainchild of Mahatma Gandhiji. It teaches good ideals to the youth. NSS should be made compulsory in all the schools and colleges and motivate the students to serve the society,” she added.
Prof. Basavaraju, Programme Officer, Prof. Guruprasad, Smt. Puttamma and others created awareness about the ill-effects of plastic use.
The NSS trainees took out a jatha in the village creating awareness among about the ill-effects of plastic and the need to stop using it.
Smt. Smita, Programme Officer Prof. Basavaraju, Prof. Guruprasad, Smt. Suma, Smt. Puttamma and trainees participating in the ‘End Plastic Use Jatha’.
Smt. Smitha, Programme Officer Basavaraju, Smt. Suma, Smt. Puttamma, Prof. Guruprasad and NSS activities are seen in the picture.