Week long NSS camp concludes at Dev Samaj College of Education



2 January 2019


A seven day and night Special National Service Scheme (NSS) Camp 2018-19 for NSS Units of Dev Samaj College of Education(DSCE),  concluded on a high note at the college’s Sec 36 premises here. Professor Sanjay Kaushik ,Dean, College Development Council was the Chief Guest at the valedictory function. Dr Jaspal Kaur, Principal, Dev Samaj College for Women, Sector 45, Chandigarh and Dr. Agnese Dhillon, Principal of DSCE were the guests’ of honour.

The function started with the college prayer , Dr Neeru Malik, NSS Program Officer welcomed the guests and the volunteers followed by  presentations by the college volunteers and village children. Aims and objectives of NSS, the NSS song ,  poems , group songs ,  action songs , reflections on the NSS camp and a power point presentation on the activities carried out during the special camp were presented.

Dr Sanjay Kaushik addressed the volunteers and congratulated the Principal and the college staff for successfully organizing the camp and appreciated  the unique practices for social causes,  carried out by the college. Dr Kaushik was impressed by the value based education being propagated by Dev Samaj Institutions and called on other educational institutions to also follow the Dev Samaj model.

“The NSS camp saw sessions by experts which advocated the need for promotion of peace in society. Education and literacy were highlighted by different speakers as pivotal for India to grow. Aspects like cleanliness & environment protection also were underlined as necessary in the Indian context by speakers. Many motivational talks were held by eminent personalities from the world of education, to ignite youth into action for the overall betterment of society. ” said Dr Agnese Dhillon, Principal, Dev Samaj College of Education, Sec 36, Chandigarh.

The valedictory function ended with a cake cutting ceremony followed by the National Anthem.


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