NSS Programmes and Activities in Village/Slum Areas with the help of Voluntary Organisations:
1. Adoption of Villages :
a) Contacting of the village and area of project.
b) Survey of the village and area of project.
c) Identification of problems.
d) Completion of project.
e) Evaluation of project.
2. Adoption of Slum Area:
a) Survey of Slum Area.
b) Services in Slum (improvement of life & living conditions).
c) NSS Volunteers for Slum work (matured & skilled students)
3. Coordination with Voluntary Organisations
4. National Service Volunteer Scheme:
NSVS work on the pamphlets on youth programmes published by the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports & Nehru Yuva Kendra. The stipend, travelling allowance and contingency etc. of NSVS is borne by theconcerned Ministry.
5. Day Camps:
In order to complete 120 hours of NSS regular work, this camp may be organised selectively in consultation with the Principal of the College concerned.
6. Special Camping Programme :
There are 227 NSS Units working in 126 Colleges of this University, Every year 50% of the volunteers of each unit are expected to participate in special camp which is of 7-days’ duration under the following themes:
a) Youth Against Dirt & Disease
b) Youth for Rural Reconstruction
c) Youth for Eco-Development
d) Youth for Mass Literacy
e) Youth for National Integration & Social Harmony
f) Healthy Youth for Healthy India.
7. National/International Days/Weeks Being observed by Unit :