NSS Unit of the college organized a series of highly commendable programmes during the course of the year. For operational convenience the activities of the Scheme are sub-divided into 6, each headed by a separate student leader. The maCjor functionary units are: Pain and Palliative Care Unit, Red Ribbon Club, Laharivirudha Samithi, Energy Conservation Club, Herbal Garden and General Activities. The year round activities of the NSS received a pat from the Youth Officer who was present at the college at one of its functions. The major programmes taken up by the NSS were: World Palliative Care Day; ‘FOOD FEST’ for Charity; Distribution of rice packets to the poor; Donation of Wheel Chair to the poor; Conducted a One Day Medical Camp; ‘HIV/AIDS – Mainstreaming Seminar’ programme at ‘Vachumaram’ Tribal Settlement Colony; Energy Conservation Club; Herbal Garden in college; Cookery Show at college; ‘Environmental Day’; International Day against Drug Abuse; Vanamahotsavm; Independence Day Celebrations; Cultural Competition at College; 10-day Special Camp 2010; National Cycle Rally; World AIDS DAY; Gandhi Jayanti and Pre-RD Selection Camp NSS News
National Service Scheme Special Camp, Dec 2013
The 7 days Special Camp of National Service Scheme was concluded on 27th Dec 2013.The camp was held at Govt. HSS, Vettilappara, Ward IV , Athirappilly Grama Panchayathu. The camp was inaugurated by Shri. Murali Chakkathara, (President, Athirappilly Grama Panchyathu) and the inaugural meeting was presided over by Smt.Rama Surendran (Ward Member).
Dr.Sreevalsa V G (Principal, P M Govt College, Chalakudy), Shri. Satheesan AS, (PTA Vice president) were present on the inaugural function.Click here to Download Details Programme Officers: Prof Shaju Mathew Dept. of Commerce Prof Ratnakumari K.A Dept of Economics Click here to Download Previous Year Report
Red ribbon club
There is ‘Teen’s Club’ functioning in the college under the effective auspices of National Service Scheme running under the guidance and supervision of dedicated programme officers. The club is responsible for organising educational and other activities on health issues. They also react against marginalization of AIDS patients.
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