To foster a spirit of camaraderie and love for humanity in general and rural folk in particular, facilities are provided to willing students with a desire for social service, to put in their best, for alleviating the suffering of the sick, and the downtrodden.
The NSS Squad work under the able guidance of well trained senior staff members who guide them properly and chalk out programme for Voluntary Social Service. There is an advisory committee of NSS to facilitate its working. The College has three units of NSS, each consisting of 100 volunteers, each unit functions under a programme officer. The students have to apply on a prescribed form for seeking admission to each unit.
Students enrolled as NSS volunteers are required to put in at least 120 hours of social work and attend one camp of 10 days duration to become eligible to receive certificate.