"When faith replaces doubt, when selfless service eliminates selfish striving, the power of God brings to pass His purposes." (Thomas S. Monson)

The overall aim of the NSS is to orient the youth to community service, and thereby enable them to develop their personality through physical work that is both beneficial to the students themselves and to the local communities. The NSS Unit, at Deva Matha, has been functioning for the last two decades. A variety of activities are being organized by the NSS Unit during each Academic Year.

An NSS volunteer, required to work for a minimum of 240 hours spread over a period of two years, gets ample opportunities for meaningful involvement in social activities in close collaboration with the local communities. He/she is expected also to attend a 7-day Special Camp either in the first or the second year. The NSS Camps are specially designed to acquaint the volunteers with the qualities necessary for a democratic way of life. The students are provided with opportunities during the years to learn about social responsibility and the dignity of manual labour, develop leadership and organizational skills, and self-discipline. NSS volunteers who fulfil the above minimum requirements are eligible for the NSS Certificates, and are awarded Grace Marks by the University for their hours of service to the community.

Programme Officer: Mr. Joby George

Contact No: 9526798214