NSS Report 2017Shillong College is one amongst the four Colleges in the region to have formally started National Service Scheme (NSS) as early as in 1974. It started with a Orientation programme held in the same year in St. Edmund’s College that was followed by holding of the first special camp in Laitumkhrah in February 1974 by the NSS Unit, Shillong College. Shri Bikash Roy of Commerce Department was the first P.O. of N.S.S., Shillong College while (Late) Shri P. Deb of Chemistry Department, Shri Dipu Mukhopadhyay of History Department and (Late) Shri A. K. Gurung rendered valuable assistance. During late eighties Shri T. S. Rajee and Shri A. Khanduri continued the work as Programme Officers. Since 1996, Shri K. D. Ramsiej of Philosophy Department and Shri H. Iangrai of Education Department took over as the Programme officers and have been providing commendable services. Some of the important activities of the NSS Unit of the College are: (1) Cleaning drive and drive against alcoholism and drug abuse as early as in 1974 in Laitumkhrah.; (2) Cleaning drive and similar work in Nongmynsong and adjoining areas in 1976; (3) Presently, the Unit has Mawphlong and Nongpathaw as the two adopted villages; (4) Levelling and Construction of Basketball Ground of the College in 2002-2003.with assistance from NSS Cell, NEHU; (5) Three GTA programmes in 1996, 2002 and 2004; (6) Health programmes such as AIDS awareness, Blood donation and others along with the Directorate of Health Services, Meghalaya, etc.; (7) The unit works in collaboration with the Nehru Yavak Kendra and remarkable Mega Camp was held in 2001 in Mawngap; (8) National Integration Camp during October 2002 where more than 200 volunteers from all over India attended. A similar camp was attended by the volunteers of Shillong College, held at New Delhi in 2005; (9) Inter-State Youth Exchange programme in Bhubaneswar and Bangalore in 2005 in which 15 volunteers from Shillong College participated and presented cultural items; (10) Active participation in the programmes along with Red Cross Society of India. In addition, the NSS Unit of Shillong College organises various other programmes like workshop, cleaning drive, World Environment Day, etc. in the from College time to time and will continue to do so and more in the coming days with active encouragement of the Principal and Management of the College.


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