Bangalore Central University organized a special program on 08 Mar 2019 to celebrate the International Women’s Day; about 30 NSS Students of Dr. N.S.A.M. First Grade College participated in the program.
Mrs. Sudha Murthy was the chief guest; she recounted the many important roles women have played in her own life. She spoke about women empowerment and particularly called upon women to seek greater participation and aim for growth in all sectors.
Various resource persons addressed the gathering and the students received motivational training.
The NSS Cell of Bangalore Central University, in association with the Karnataka State NSS Cell and the Election Commission of Karnataka, organized a 1-day long Voting Awareness Workshop and Walkathon on 7th March, 2019, at Jnana Jyothi Auditorium, Central College Campus, Bangalore.
For participating in the workshop, the Bangalore Central University chose just 20 of its best colleges from among the 248 institutions affiliated to it. It was a moment of pride for Dr. N.S.A.M. First Grade College to be a part of this select group. The college deputed 120 students to participate in this unique program of national importance. Methods to identify the best candidate in any election were discussed and the students were provided the requisite insight. A detailed explanation of the working of the Electronic Voting Machine was provided followed by a practical demonstration. The workshop concluded with a rally of the participants from Jnanajyothi Auditorium to Vidhana Soudha.
On 27 Jan 2019, a Special trekking Camp was organised at Uthari Betta in which 50 students took part.
Dr. N.S.A.M. First Grade College organized a 7-day NSS Camp at Doddathumakuru in which 50 NSS students participated.
The participants attended motivational classes by various resource persons and mentors who provided the requisite guidance. The Camp activities included dissemination of information to the villagers by the NSS cadets in respect of:
The main highlight of the planned event was the free eye check-up camp which was concluded by distribution of 100 pairs of spectacles, totally free of cost.
The villagers were very happy and appreciated the zeal with which the students provided information on various topics and provided free services. They were satisfied with the dedication exhibited by the students in carrying out such socially very important activities.