National Service Scheme, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports Govt. of India, popularly known as NSS was launched in Gandhiji’s Birth Centenary Year 1969, in 37 Universities involving 40,000 students with primary focus on the development of personality of students through community service. Today, NSS has more than 3.2 million student volunteers on its roll spread over 298 Universities and 42 (+2) Senior Secondary Councils and Directorate of Vocational Education all over the country. From its inception, more than 3.75 crores students from Universities, Colleges and Institutions of higher learning have benefited from the NSS activities, as student volunteers.]
Keen to develop the students’ sense of duty and social responsibility, the College has set up its National Service Scheme (NSS) Cell under the able guidance of Shri. Raghunath Roy. Following are some of the major events that took place under the aegis of NSS.
Our Unit organised a Tree Plantation Programme on 29.09.2015 in our locality. The volunteers of our Unit, many students, our respectable Officer-in-Charge participated in the programme.
The N.S.S. Unit of our college organised a Health Check-Up Camp in collaboration with Student Health Home, Krishnanagar District Branch on 15.01.2016. The volunteers participated the programme actively. The students and the local people were pleased to have such opportunity.
The N.S.S. Unit of our college observed the National Youth Day (Birth Day of Swami Vivekananda) and National Youth Week from 12.01.2016 to 19.01.2016. We organised a Seminar on 19.01.2016 to make the week successful. Honourable Dr.Rakhal Chandra Nath, retired Professor, Department of History, University of Kalyany, was the chief speaker of the seminar. We pleased to have honourable Sri Kallon Khan, M.L.A., Nakashipara Assembly and Sri Bimalendu Sinha Roy, Headmaster, Muragachha High School in the seminar.
The Special Camping Programme was inaugurated by our honourable Officer-in-Charge Dr.ParthaKarmakar on 26.02.2016. The chief guest of the programme was Smt. Sohini Bhattacharya, Assistant Professor, Bethune College. We discuss the aims and objectives of the programme clearly on that day.
The volunteers of our Unit with the Programme Officer of the N.S.S. Unit and some Assistant Professors survey the village thoroughly on 27.02.2016. The volunteers could realise the actual picture of the villagers through the survey.
The volunteers of our Unit tried to make conscious the villagers to keep the environment healthy and sound. We accepted a Tree Plantation programme on 28.02.2016. Our honourable Officer-in-Charge Dr.ParthaKarmakar participated in the programme actively.
The volunteers took a programme to clean the ground of Muragachha Primary School on 29.02.2016. The teachers of the school helped them to make the programme successful.
We organised a programme to clean the village on 29.02.2016. The volunteers spread bleaching powder in the village where needed.
We organised a Hand-washing Programme among the villagers and also among the little students of Muragachha Primary School on 02.03.2016. Our volunteers made them conscious about the usefulness of Hand-washing.
Our Unit organised a programme about the consciousness of the use of drinking water on 03.03.2016. Dr.Rajib Sarkar, Assistant Professor of Chemistry of our college delivered a useful lecture on the theme.
The National Service Scheme Unit of Muragachha Government College organised a Health Awareness Programme on Thalassemia in collaboration with the Brave Society of Young Blood, Muragachha on 26.04.2016. The National Service Scheme Unit of Muragachha Government College went on to organise a free blood test to diagnose thalassemias including a complete blood count (CBC) and special hemoglobin tests for the students, teachers and as well as the local people of Muragachha on 27.04.2016.
We are pleased to inform you the National Service Scheme Unit of Muragachha Government College celebrated the World Environment Day in collaboration with National Academy of Sciences, Local Chapter, Kolkata, on 5th June, 2016. Eminent scientists from national level shared their valuable ideas on Environmental Pollution and its Disastrous Effects.
We have the honour to inform you that the National Service Scheme Unit of Muragachha Government College has celebrated the 70th year of our Independence, on 15th August, 2016 at 10 a.m. at Muragachha Government College. The national flag was hoisted by our honourable Officer-in-Charge, Dr.ParthaKarmakar. The occasion was graced by the honourable presence of Dr.RamendraNath Sarkar, President, Indian Medical College Association, Nadia and Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, Nadia as well as Smt. Archana Sarkar, Ex.-Chairperson, Primary School Council, Nadia. The programme was enriched by the valuable speech of Dr.ParthaKarmakar, Officer-in-Charge, Dr.RamendraNath Sarkar, Smt. Archana Sarkar and Sri Samir Mandal, Programme Officer, N.S.S. Unit, Muragachha Government College.
The day, being the day of independence of a country that has a rich cultural heritage, so an organisation of a cultural programme by the cultural committee of our college was just like an icing on the cake. All the students including the N.S.S. volunteers took active part in the programme with their melodious song dance and drama replete with passion and emotion.
The N. S. S. Unit of our college participated the PRE-RD SELECTION CAMP on 07.09.2016 at the University of Kalyani. Two volunteers of our unit, Sri Niloy Sarkar and Sri SubhankarHalder participated in the camp (P. T. Parade) and happy to say that both of them selected in the camp (Memo: NSS/257/09/16/K.U, Date: 07.09.2016).
We are pleased to inform you that the volunteers of the N.S.S. Unit of our college surveyed an economically depressed area, Daspara, Muragachha, P.O. - Muragachha, P.S.- Nakashipara, Dist.- Nadia on 26.09.2016 to organise a ‘Dress Distribution Programme’ among the sweet children of the village. This village is the adopted village of the N.S.S. Unit of our college.
At the time of survey we selected some children for the ‘Dress Distribution Programme’ and invited them to present our college on 04.10.2016. It is happy to say you that 100% of the selected children attended the programme with their parents and took the dresses happily from us and made the programme successful. Mr. Samir Mandal, Programme Officer, N. S. S. Unit, welcomed the children with their guardians in the programme and delivered a speech about the importance of the programme on that day.
The N. S. S. Unit of our college organised an awareness programme on “Snake and Venomous Biting: Post Remedial Measures” in collaboration with the Chakdaha Science and Cultural Organisation on 24.11.2016.
The N.S.S. Unit of Muragachha Government organised Regular Activities as well as Special Camping Programme in 2015-2016. Our Unit organised different types of regular activity through the year. The volunteers of our Unit participated actively in the programmes. Some of them are given bellow.
The N. S.S. Unit of Muragachha Government College organised a Blood Donation Camp on 26.11.2015 in collaboration with the Brave Society of Young Blood, Muragachha (Venue: Muragachha Government College). The collected Agency of the camp was Blood Bank, District Hospital, Krishnanagar. The number of N.S.S. Volunteers participated in the programme were 43 (Male: 26, Female: 17). The number of blood donors was 26 (Male: 24, Female: 02).
Sri BiswajitSaha, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Muragachha Government College, donates his blood in this camp.
We have the honour to inform you that the N.S.S. Unit of our college has organised a Special Camping Programme on the theme “Swachchha Bharat: Siksha O Sachetanata” in its adopted village Daspara, Muragachha from 10.02.2017 to 16.02.2017.
The Special Camping Programme was inaugurated by our honourable Officer-in-Charge Dr.ParthaKarmakar on 10.02.2017. The chief guest of the programme was Sri Debabrata Mukherjee, a retired Head Master, Katoa High School and an honourable social worker. We discuss the aims and objectives of the programme throughout the week on that day.
Sri Debabrata Mukherjee gave a valuable speech on SCIENCE AND SUPERSTITION on that day. The volunteers and the participants were highly impressed by the speech.
The volunteers of our N.S.S. Unit organised a HEALTH AWARENESS PROGRAMME in the village on 14.02.2017. The volunteers went to the little children of Muragachha Primary School on that day and wanted to make them conscious about the health care and hand-wash. The volunteers distributed the mid-day-meal of that day to the little students of the school.The volunteers accepted a programme to clean the village on 15.02.2017 and spread the spread bleaching powder in the village to send a message for the protection from mosquitoes and flies. The volunteers of our N.S.S. Unit organised a Tree Plantation Programme on the same day to give a message to save our world.