NSS / NCC / Unnat Bharat Abiyan


With the goal to uphold the need of selfless service and to encourage the spirit of social service to "Serve the downtrodden in the society" and "Personality Development through Community Service" among the young students, Mohamed Sathak AJ College of Engineering (MSAJCE), Chennai, established National Service Scheme (NSS) at institute level in the year 2001. Presently, NSS unit of MSAJCE has over 100 active members from various disciplines of 1st year and 2nd year, working rigorously for the betterment of society in and around Chennai.

Our NSS unit has carried out blood donation camps, Awareness programmes on 'Health and Hygiene', Consumer Rights, Environmental Protection, AIDS awareness programme etc.


To work for /among the people
To enhance the knowledge of themselves and the community
To apply their study to practical use in justifying at least some of the difficulties
To gain skill in the exercise of democratic leadership
To gain skills in program development to enable them for self-employment
To bridge the gap between the educated and the uneducated masses
To promote the will to serve the weaker section of the community

Duties of NSS Volunteers

To establish relationship with the society
To Identify needs, problems and resources of the community and relate his learning experience towards finding solutions to the problems indentified
Plan programs and execute them
Record the activities systematically and assess the progress periodically

Code of Conduct for NSS Volunteers

All volunteers should work under the guidance of a group leader nominated by the program officer
All volunteers should make themselves worthy of the confidence and cooperation of the group / community leadership
Volunteers should scrupulously avoid entering into any controversial issues
Volunteers should keep day-to-day record of their activities / experience
Its an obligatory on the part of every volunteer to wear the NSS BADGE while on work

Following events organized during various national importance day

National Youth Day
Independence Day & Republic Day
Road Safety Week
Orphanage visit
Polio drops programmes
Annual Special Camp
Swatch Bharath Programmes
Orientation and Inauguration of Regular activities
Blood Donation Camps, Eye Check up and Dental Camps
Tree Plantation Programs
Motivation Program for school students
Voters / Election Awareness camp
Flood Relief camp

NSS Activities

Name Of The Programme With Title Date Resource Person/Company (Name & Affiliation) Venue Beneficiary
Women's Day celebration 06.03.2021 Ms.V.Vanitha IPS Inspector General of Police-Railways, Chennai MSAJCE
Women's Day celebration 07.03.2020 Ms.Ashwini Govindaraju (Radio Jockey) MSAJCE
Corona Virus awareness Programme 22.02.2020 MSAJCE
Fit India Programme 30.08.2019 MSAJCE

NSS Special Camps

Every year we are adopting one village for our special 10 days camp. First few days will be spent for identifying the problems of the village. Activities during special camps

Counseling, Tips and training the students who are appearing for the Board Exams in the village
Free Eye screening & surgery camp and spectacles distribution and arrangements for cataract surgery
Conducting vocational training to the villagers such as electrician works, servicing of electrical appliances, statistical work/computers)
Emphasizing to have clean and green environments
The need to have hygienic and pollution free living conditions
Helping the needy youngsters to get job opportunities
Helping the people to develop self skills and arranging motivation talks
Conducting Exhibition and distribution of books to poor students
Inviting VIPs to the camp to address the people for further enlightenment
Educating the youngsters to lead addiction free life with regard to liquor, smoke and drug
Educating the villagers to have social involvement
AIDS/CANCER awareness programs to village people
S.NO Camp Venue Year
1 Tree plantation on 24-12-2020 2020
2 Mass Cleaning Programme at Sirseri Sipcot (23.01.2020 & 24.01.2020) 2020
3 Campus Cleaning on 20.01.2020 2020
4 Campus Maintenance 30.08.2019 2019
5 Blood Donation Camp 29.08.2019 2019
6 Tree plantation at Induction day 05.08.2019 2019
7 Road Safety awareness 09.02.2019 2019
8 Gaja Cyclone Relief Fund 26.11.2018 2018

YRC Club

The Youth Red Cross is one of the important constituent of its mother organization, Indian Red Cross. It is a group movement organized for students to inculcate social welfare in students and to prepare young minds to render a significant contribution for the needy people with the principles of Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, and Voluntary service. YRC at MSAJCE established in the year 2014 At present YRC club of MSAJCE has around 100 active members, all are trained and encouraged to manage the affairs of the group, electing their own office bearers to work with deep involvement

Objectives of Youth Red Cross

To conduct social and health awareness programmes
Awareness on the care of their own health and that of others
To encourage the students to extend their humanitarian services to the society
To offer First Aid Training to all the YRC volunteers
To enable the growth and development of a spirit of service and sense of duty with dedication and devotion in the minds of youth
To foster better friendly relationship with all without any discrimination

Unnat Bharath Abiyan ( UBA )

As foreseen by Gandhi Ji in his seminal work, ‘Hind Swaraj’, the western developmental paradigm, based on centralized technologies and urbanization, has given rise to serious problems like increasing inequity (leading to crime and violence), and climate change due to rapid ecological degradation. To ameliorate these problems, it is necessary to promote development of rural areas in tune with Gandhian vision of self-sufficient ‘village republics’, based on local resources and using decentralized, eco-friendly technologies so that the basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, sanitation, health care, energy, livelihood, transportation, and education are locally met. There are huge developmental disconnects between the rural and urban. Increasing urbanization is neither sustainable nor desirable. Unnat Bharat Abhiyan is inspired by the vision of transformational change in rural development processes by leveraging knowledge institutions to help build the architecture of an Inclusive India. Their mission is conceptualised as a movement to enable processes that connect institutes of higher education with local communities to address the development challenges of rural India through participatory processes and appropriate technologies for accelerating sustainable growth.