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NSS volunteers asked to be at forefront of serving society

NSS volunteers asked to be at forefront of serving society
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The volunteers of National Service Scheme (NSS) were asked to be at the forefront of serving the society.  A meeting was organised on Friday at...

Warangal: The volunteers of National Service Scheme (NSS) were asked to be at the forefront of serving the society. A meeting was organised on Friday at Tekulagudam village of Dharmasagar mandal in Warangal urban district where the NSS unit of Pingle Government College for Women at Waddepally in Hanamkonda has organised a weeklong social service camp.

As part of the camp series of activities such as awareness sessions, health camps, distribution of medicines, mass food feeding and socio-economic survey in 480 households in the village were conducted. NSS programme officer Renuka Manduva informed here on Friday.

Similarly, the villagers explained about maintaining compost pits and digging of soak pits for water conservation, besides distributing saplings to each household, she added while another NSS programme officer B Kavitha said the camp was aims to inculcate habit of social service among the students.

Kakatiya University NSS coordinator S Jyothi addressing the students opined that serving the needy should be a part and parcel in every student's life. Taking part in such camps would definitely be a great help to the students in their future endeavours, she added.

The college principal G Indira said they were conducting the camps regularly to encourage for the all-round development of students. The local corporator Lingala Mounika Reddy thanked NSS unit of Pingle College for choosing the village.

Social activists Santhosh Manduva and Vandemataram Vishnuchaitanya who were invited to speak to the students told them that ultimate satisfaction could be gained by striving for the well-being of the society. Being a part of NSS would help students to excel in their lives and enhance leadership skills, they added. More than 100 students, staff and the villagers took part in the programme.

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