NOT ME BUT YOU
The National Service Scheme was started by Government of India , Ministry of Education and culture, Govt. of India, in collaboration with state government in the year 1969 in 37 selected universities.
At present around 320 colleges of our university are implementing this scheme through 320 units with a student strength of 40,000.
There are more than 50 lakh Volunteers in the Nation, One of the Largest Youth Movement in the World.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
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 process.
4. Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility.
5. Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude.
6. Gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
7. Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters.
8. Practice national integration and social harmony.
MOTTO OF NSS
“Not Me But You”
The expression stands for two things:
• Forgetting and surrendering the self, and Rendering selfless service to others.
• The word „Not‟ before „Me‟ is to reduce the self to nothing and the Word “But” before “You” can be expanded as follows: –
• “I do not live for me but for you.” “The world is not only for me but to you also.”
The symbol of the National Service Scheme, as appearing on the cover is based on the ‘Rath’ wheel of the Konark Sun Temple of Orissa. These giant wheels of the Sun Temple portray the cycle of creation, preservation and release, and signify the movement in life across time and space. The design of the symbol, a simplified from of the Sun-chariot wheel, primarily depicts movement. The wheel signifies the progressive cycle of life.
• Regular Programs:- 120 hrs per year
• Special Camping programs: Atleast one Camp in 2 Years
• Students must enroll themselves for Consecutive TWO years in NSS
• The National Level- NSS Regional Centre (NSSRC) headed by Deputy / Assistant Programme Advisor.
• The State level- state Liaison Office headed by the state Liaison Officer.
• The University Level- University NSS Cell headed by Director under the guidance of hon. Vice chancellor.
• The College Level- College NSS Unit headed by the NSS Programme Officer under the guidance of the Principal.
|Sr||Composition||Name of the member||Contact details|
|1.||Principal, Chairperson||Harshal Vishnu Joshi||9850127540|
|2.||Staff member having social work background – Member||Mr.Amit D. Bakade||7774806188|
|3.||Staff member having social work background – Member||Shri. Dilip B. Dhepe||9422125297|
|4.||Representative of the Development
|Shri Kap V. B.||9422371074|
|5.||Representative from the Adopted Area – Member||Mr. Rajendra T. Shirke||8552879780|
|6.||N.S.S. Student Leader (Male) Member||Harsh Magesh Salavi||9730513886|
|7.||N.S.S. Student Leader (Female) Member||Nisha Chetan Tetgure||7276304419|
|8.||NSS Dist. Coordinator (invitee) University Representative||Mr.Tulsidas P. Mokal||9850253267|
|9.||N.S.S. Programme Officer, Secretary||Prof. Dr. Chandrakant B. Mali||9421169671|