Year of Starting

1. University of Calicut - 1969-70
2. University of Kerala - 1971-72
3. Kerala Agricultural University - 1975-76
4. Mahatma Gandhi University - 1984-85
5. Directorate of Technical Education - 1987-88
6. Cochin University of Science and Technology - 1992-93
7. Directorate of Higher Secondary Education - 1992-93
8. Directorate of Vocational Higher Secondary Education - 1993-94
9. Sree Sankara Sanskrit University - 1995-96
10. Kannur University - 1998-99
11. National Institute of Technology - 2005-06

PERCEPTIBLE AND MEASURABLE RESULTS ACHIEVED

DURING 2005 – 08

Houses for Homeless - 180
Libraries and Community Development Centre - 85
Adopted village institutions - 190
Construction of village Roads - 168 kms
Renovation and Levelling of play grounds - 17 nos.
Preparation of water perculation pits - 4000
Campus Community partnership camps - 700 to 800 camps
Cleaning of ponds for drinking water - 45

Medical Camps.

Homeo - 270
Eye Camp - 92
Alopathy - 152
Ayurveda - 141
Mini Camps - 210

Seminars and workshops on protection of environment - 108
Awareness against HIV/AIDS - 175
Awareness against Addiction and alcoholism - 50
Sanitation - 50
Health Awareness - 23
Personal hygine - 4
Consumer Protection - 31
Communal Harmony - 36
Road safety - 45
Against Dirt and Disease - 35
Social forestry - 65
Gender Justice - 12
Career guidance - 18
Life style Education - 25
Cultivation of saving habits - 45
National Integration - 12
Youth for Swatchhtha - 88
Alzhimerz and Dementia - 1
Eco-friendly houses for tribals - 32
Wheel Chairs donated - 68

IMPORTANT CAMPS ATTENDED BY THE VOLUNTEERS IN 2007 - 08

Pre – Republic Day Parade Camp  – 50 Vols.
Republic Day Parade Camp, Delhi – 10 Vols.
National Youth Festival – 10 Volunteers
National Integration Camp – 10 Vols.
Inter State NSS Camp – 20 Volunteers
Leadership Training Programme, Chennai – 11 Vols.
Capacity building Programme, Chennai – 10 Vols.
South Indian Camp, Karnataka – 30 Volunteers
Rajeev Gandhi Institute of Training on Life Skills – 10 Volunteers
Changing Life Styles & Health Hazards, Chennai – 10 Vols.
Interaction with Chinese Youth – 10 Volunteers

NSS MOTTO:- The motto of NSS is ‘NOT Me But You’. This reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for selfless service and appreciation of the other person’s point of view and also to show consideration for fellow human beings.

NSS LOGO :-The symbol of the NSS is based on the ‘Rath’ wheel of the Konark Sun Temple situated in Orissa. These giant wheels of the Sun Temple portray the cycle of creation, preservation and release, and signify the movement in life across time and space.

NSS DAY :- National Service Society was formally launched on 24th September, 1969, the birth centenary year of the Father of the Nation. 24 September is celebrated every year as NSS Day with appropriate programmes & activities