National Service Scheme (NSS)


Team NSS, JDMC

Dr. SudnyaKulkarni Programme Officer
Ms. ChanpreetKaur Member
Student Members: Office Bearers
Bhumika Chawla President
Shubhangi Singhal Vice President
Nikita Kohli Secretary
Mehak Executive Member
Kirti Executive Member
Simran Grover Executive Member
Kritika Executive Member
Shivani Executive Member

The NSS cell of JankiDevi Memorial College, keeping with the vision of the college to provide a holistic education to its students has been actively organizing interactive activities related to social cause. The NSS calendar 2017-18 began with selection of office bearers for the academic session 2017-18 and with an orientation of the students.


Activities 2017-18

• Swachta Pakhwara 2017 and Pledge taking

In view of Swachta Pakwara, cleanliness drive was organized by the NSS Cell, JDMC. The students and NSS volunteers enthusiastically participated in cleaning various areas of the college. The pledge was taken by NSS volunteers on the occasion of 75th anniversary of Quit India Movement and 70th anniversary of Independence Day Celebration.


Following activities were organized by The NSS Cell in 2016-17


• Voters Day pledge being administered by the SVEEP Ambassadors on January 25, 2017.



• VISAKA (VITTIYA SAKSHARATA ABHIYAN)

A programme of MHRD to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy was held on December 12, 2016




• SALWAN MARATHON

The NSS volunteers of our college participated in SALWAN MARATHON held on November 6, 2016. The Vision of this marathon was to show the world what sports can do beyond sports. Around 20 volunteers of the NSS Cell participated in Salwan Marathon. Our students become guide runners for the students with disabilities.



• BLK WALK FOR CANCER AWARENESS

A Cancer awareness walk was organized on October 23, 2016.The walk not only generated awareness about cancer amongst the common public at large but also highlighted how early detection can be the best protection.



• MATDATTA

An initiative of MHRD, held during October 6-20, 2016. Six volunteers from NSS, JDMC attended a training programme on enrolment process of youth electors for NSS volunteers held at DU by Assistant Electoral Registration Officers. Various activities were organized during this initiative such as voter’s card camp, poster making competition wall painting competition were held in the college.



• A Talk on Acid Attack

The NSS Cell in collaboration with CHHANV FOUNDATION organized a talk on acid attack October 20, 2016. The talk was presented by Ms. Sonia Chaudhary, an acid attack survivor who shared her personal experience, and also enlightened the students about this heinous crime. She informed the students that the basic causes of acid attacks are majorly one sided

love affair, jealousy, envy and most of the time the attacker is often a person closely related or known to the victim. In this context she emphasized that the students must be aware of their surroundings or environment and the people they interact with. The students must learn self defense so that they can protect themselves in extreme situations. The talk was well attended by the students.



• Blood Donation Camps

The NSS cell organized two Blood Donation Camp in collaboration with Blood Connect on September 28, 2016 and February 22, 2017. The camps were supervised by a team of doctors and physicians from DDU Hospital, New Delhi. In both the camps a total of around 50 students and faculty members donated blood.



• Stationery Collection Drive

The NSS cell organized a stationery collection drive in collaboration with Umeed: A Drop of Hope was held during September 12-17, 2016 . This drive gave students of JDMC an opportunity to collect and donate stationery for the poor and underprivileged children of the slum area Anna Nagar,ITO, Delhi. The NSS volunteers collected items for around 150 children.



• SWACHHTA PAKHWARA 2016

Around 50 students participated in the swachhta pakhwara held during August 16 – September 1, 2016. It included a number of activities related to environment enrichment. The students cleaned the entire college, neighborhood park, prayer hall of Arya Mahilla Ashram and took out a silent march.