The National Service Scheme (NSS) in India was established in 1969, this public works program is funded by the Government of India and implemented by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sport. The National Service Scheme (NSS) is a voluntary program where young people from colleges, universities, and +2 level work to build campus-community connections.
Since the National Service Scheme (NSS) symbol is the Rath Wheel from the Konark Sun Temple or Black Pagoda located in Orissa, India, it shows the movements that occur in life from time to time, it shows us the continuation of life changes. It also reflects the hard work of the NSS in the field of social change. The seal wheel signifies the cycle of creation, preservation, and release.
The purpose of this NSS program is to provide assistance to everyone who needs it, to develop and bring about a better chance in the quality of life and the way they live their lives with dignity.
The National Service Scheme (NSS) benefits both students and the community in a variety of different ways. NSS helps the student to grow alone and as a group. It builds students’ confidence, develops leadership skills, and acquires knowledge of different people from different walks of life. Students also learn other skills that help them live a better life in a variety of situations. It teaches you to be disciplined and organized for the goals you set for yourself and your goals.
Recently IPER-UG students under the NSS program held a one-day camp called the “Community Development Program” which involved several activities. The main theme of the program was to raise awareness among the residents of Keeratnagar in the Raisen district on their right to vote. This knowledge is important in our society as some people think that their vote will not make a difference, but on the contrary, it makes a difference and can make a big difference in the face of India.