About NSS :
National Service Scheme (NSS) was introduced in 1969 with the primary objective of developing the personality and character of the student youth through voluntary community service. ‘Education through Service’ is the purpose of the NSS. The ideological orientation of the NSS is inspired by the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi. Very appropriately, the motto of NSS is “NOT ME, BUT YOU”. An NSS volunteer places the ‘community’ before ‘self’.
National Service Scheme (NSS) has been introduced at Savitribai Phule Pune University since 1969 as a part of the academic programs and since then NSS has been functioning as a regular feature in the realm of our university education. The overall objective of the scheme is educational and service to the community is the activity through which the objective is sought to be achieved. It is a student-cantered program in which projects are implemented by the NSS volunteers in the community in close collaboration with the community and thereby it provides vast scope for the student's interaction with the people.
Aim of National Service Scheme :
'Development of the Personality of college Students through Community Service'
Special camping- 07 days
Regular activities (community work) - 120 hours in a year
NSS Committee :
|Sr. No.||Name of Faculty||Department||Committee Designation||Mobile No.|
|1||Dr. S. A. Deokar||Principal||Chairman||9823141287|
|2||Prof. D. B. Kate||Faculty, Civil||Coordinator||9762211484|
|3||Prof. A. D. Bhapkar||Faculty, Computer||Member||7378533713|
|4||Prof. S. R. Kakade||Faculty, Mechanical||Member||7888128706|
|5||Prof. P. S. Shinde||Faculty, Electrical||Member||9730315075|
|6||Prof. K. C. Attar||Faculty, Sci. & Humanities||Member||8888772049|
NSS aims at developing the following qualities among the volunteers:
- To understand the community in which the NSS volunteers work and to understand themselves in relation to their community.
- To identify the needs and problems of the community and involve themselves in problem-solving exercise.
- To develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility.
- To utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems.
- To gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
- To acquire leadership qualities and democratic values.
- To develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters.
- To practice national integration and social harmony.
Prof. Dinesh B. Kate