A seven-day annual camp of NSS volunteers of MIER College on the theme “Youth for Community Service” was held in its campus. Fifty volunteers from the different departments of the college participated in the camp. The volunteers were made aware about the objectives of NSS and the purpose behind organizing the camp. Dr. Adit Gupta, Principal exhorted the volunteers to develop a passion for community service and acquire necessary training to shape the future of the youth of the country. At the valedictory function, Ms. Mehreen Khan formally welcomed the audience. Volunteers presented an impressive programme which included a group dance on the theme “Women Empowerment” followed by a skit on ‘Drug Abuse.’ A detailed report of seven-day NSS camp was presented by NSS program officer, Mrs. Komal Sharma. The function culminated with a breathtaking performance of the volunteers on a dogri song. The programme was ably conducted by Ms. Esha Balgotra and Ms. Mahima Gupta presented a formal Vote of Thanks.
February 11, 2020
National Youth Day was celebrated on the theme "“Channelizing Youth Power for Nation Building” by the unit to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. Ms. Esha Balgotra, a NSS volunteer from M.Ed Semester IV extended a warm welcome to the audience and said that Swami Vivekananda was a key figure in the introduction of the Indian philosophies of Vedanta and Yoga to the Western world and highlighted the richness of Indian culture on the global platform. A documentary on the philosophy and life history of Swami Vivekananda was shown to the students with a purpose to propagate the philosophy and the ideals of Swami Vivekananda for which he lived and worked. Dr. Adit Gupta, Principal MIER College of Education appreciated the efforts of the NSS Unit for organizing such an inspirational event. Ms. Snober Chawla, a B.Ed student ably conducted the programme and Ms. Sonali Gupta, a B.Ed. student presented a formal Vote of thanks.
January 15, 2020
NSS Unit of MIER College of Education organized a series of programmes to celebrate National Integration Week from 19th to 25th November. During the weeklong celebrations, different activities such as fund-raising campaign, patriotic song competition (Solo), rangoli making competition were organized. NSS volunteers from PG and UG departments participated in all the events with great fervor and zeal.
First, second and third prizes were bagged by Naresh Kumar from M.Ed., Meenakshi from B.Ed. Special Education and Shakti from M.A. Education in the patriotic song competition. A total sum of Rs.4,390/- was collected during the fund-raising campaign.The inter-departmental rangoli competition was organized on the theme ‘Communal Harmony’ . First and second prize was bagged by Sunflower Team and Lily Team from M.Ed. third semester and Lotus Team from B.Ed. semester third was adjudged third.
November 19, 2019
The unit celebrated Poshan Mah by organising two lectures on the themes Untimely Eating and Unhealthy Eating Habits and Balanced Diet for high school students of Model Academy. Students enjoyed the session and posed many queries to the resource person.
September 26, 2019
The NSS Unit of MIER College of Education celebrated NSS Day on 24th September2019. A quiz competition was organized on this occasion on the theme “Aims and Role of NSS” in which Students of B.Ed and B.Ed Special participated enthusiastically. Four teams namely team A, team B, team C and team D comprising of two participants each from different sections of B.Ed and B.Ed Special Education, participated. There were four rounds of questions based upon the theme. Team A comprising of Konika Choudhary and Jaya Pushpam B.Ed of SectionA. stood first with 22 points. Team B comprising Kavita and Noreen of B.Ed. bagged the second prize and Kishore & Rohit of Team C from B.Ed spl education stood third.
September 24, 2019
NSS Unit in collaboration with Extension Unit organised ten day training programme for slum children under the theme “Mass Literacy”. Under this programme Fifteen children (under the age group of 8years to 15 years) from Kabir Basti, B C Road were trained in basic computer skills.
March 11, 2019
A seven days camp of N.S.S volunteers of MIER College of Education on the theme “Youth for Mass Literacy” concluded on 8th March 2019. Prof. Vishav Raksha, Programme Coordinator NSS, University of Jammu was the chief guest for the valedictory function and also delivered a guest lecture on the occasion of International Women's Day. Fifty volunteers from the different departments of the college participated in the camp. Speaking on the occasion, Prof.Vishav Raksha, said that the gender sensitivity is about changing behaviour and instilling empathy into the views that we hold about our own and the other genders. We need to examine our personal attitudes and beliefs and question the 'stereotypes' in the contemporary society. Volunteers presented a very lively cultural programme on this occasion. A detailed report of the seven days NSS camp was presented by Ms.Kavita Chib. The programme was compered by Ms. Sheetal Sharma and Ms. Noreen Kosser. The welcome address was presented by Ms. Honika Mahajan and Vote of Thanks was presented by Ms.Deepi Jamwal.
March 08, 2019
NSS volunteers enthusiastically participated in the International Day of Yoga. This year the theme of International Day of Yoga is ‘Yoga @Home and Yoga with family’ because of COVID-19 Pandemic. Students of PG and UG department made posters, watched live screening of Doordarshan’s national telecast of Yoga day to foster the sense of participating in the nationwide yoga movement. Students enthusiastically performed various Yogasans such as Kapalbharti, Pranayama, Dhyana, Samkalpa, and Meditation as per the common protocol issued by Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India.
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