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NSS

The NSS unit of MGGA College has been in existence since 2000, to inculcate social welfare in students and to provide service to society .NSS volunteers in MGGA collage involved in activities as cleaning , aforestation, awareness rallies, inviting doctors for health camps, cultural programmes, procession to create awareness as social problems, education, health and cleanliness etc.Two units of National Service Scheme are functioning in our college. 200 volunteers registered in NSS units of MGGA college 100 volunteers registered in NSS UNIT 1 (General) and 100 volunteers in NSS unit 2 (for girls student). NSS programme officers, Mrs. Mookambika A.P, Department of Mathematics and Mrs. Sindhu.P, Department of Computer Science co-ordinated the programme for the successful participation of NSS volunteers towards social service. Mr. Girish Kumar E, Department of Botany acts as a regional co-ordinater of NSS, Mahe region. There is an advisory Committee for NSS, headed by the Principal Dr.P.A.J. Aroquiassamy

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ORIENTATION PROGRAM

Every year college conducts orientation programme in the month of August in order to orient the newcomers regarding history, launch of NSS, aim, regular activities and Special Camping Activities of NSS.

HEALTH CAMPS

Blood donation camp, Dental camps are regular features of our NSS unit. The purpose of Blood donation camp is to create awareness among students regarding importance of blood donation and to inculcate habit of blood donation.

OTHER PROGRAMS

NSS units of MGGAC conducts various awareness programmes in the campus, adopted village and slum area though out the academic year. NSS unit provides the classes for preventive measures of cancer, students psychology, career development etc.Volunteers also offered their service towards traffic control. They celebrated NSS day, National Blood Donation day, National Sadbhavana day, Gandhi Jayanthi day, Rashtriya Ekata divas, National Voters Day, International Women’s day, Independence day, Liberation day, Republic day, International yoga day, Palliative day, youth day etc. NSS special camps are held annually and are usually localised in a rural village or a city suburb volunteers involved in so many activities camps typically last between a week and 10 days. Collaborated with OISCA International, NSS units of our college, Ayurvedic medicinal seeds are cultivated at the Green house of MGGAC and distributed the saplings to the students, teachers and public in this year. As a part of SWATCHA SEVA celebration from 15th September 2017 to 2nd October 2017, NSS unit of MGGAC conduct a cleaning programme in several places at Mahe and honoured with SWATCHA certificate.