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National Service Scheme

The National Service Scheme was introduced by the Govt. of India in 1969 - 70 in selected Universities all over the country. This Scheme has worked out miracles. Greater stress is now being laid on the involvement of students in constructive and developmental programmes, particularly in the rural areas.

The general objectives of this Scheme are, (i) to serve the community while undergoing instruction in an educational institution, (ii) to arouse the social conscience of students, (iii) to provide them with an opportunity to work with the people around the educational campuses, creatively and constructively and (iv) to put the education they receive to concrete social use.

Each Volunteer has to put in 120 hours of in-service training in an academic year and only then he is eligible for the Service Certificate.

Awareness Campaign on Solid Waste Management and Cleanliness 21.02.2024

  C Abdul Hakeem College's CAHC-NSS-Bhumi Club-Karuna Club has joined hands with Melvisharam Municipality to conduct an extensive Solid Waste Management and Cleanliness Awareness Campaign. This collaborative effort aims to raise awareness among the local community about the importance of proper waste disposal and maintaining cleanliness in their surroundings. Additionally,…

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JAN-2024 Anti-Drug Drive Squad Mobilizes Collaborative Efforts at C. Abdul Hakeem College (Autonomous) by NSS 19.01.2024

In a united front against the growing concerns of substance abuse among the youth, the JAN-2024 Anti-Drug Drive Squad at C. Abdul Hakeem College (Autonomous) has embarked on a mission to create a drug-free campus environment. Comprising dedicated members from the National Service Scheme (NSS), National Cadet Corps (NCC), Bhumi…

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