Social connect

Home / Life At Campus / Social connect

The National Service Scheme (NSS)

The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian government-sponsored public service program conducted by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports of the Government of India. Popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhiji’s Centenary year, 1969. Aimed at developing student’s personality through community service, NSS is a voluntary association of young people in Colleges, Universities and at +2 level working for a campus-community linkage.

The programme aims to inculcate social welfare in students, and to provide service to society without bias. NSS volunteers work to ensure that everyone who is needy gets help to enhance their standard of living and lead a life of dignity. In doing so, volunteers learn from people in villages how to lead a good life despite a scarcity of resources. It also provides help in natural and man-made disasters by providing food, clothing and first aid to the disaster victims.

NSS MEFGI unit is doing wonderful activities since last three years. On regular basis, we are doing activity related to helping poor & needy people, meetings with Orphanage homes & old age homes to provide mental support, Blood Donation Camps, Providing grocery to needy  people & institutes/providing education & school bags, Notebooks  in nearby schools and Celebration of festivals with worker’s family etc.


I feel glad to say that till date 150 volunteers joined and are working successfully with the NSS (National Service Scheme) MEFGI existing team in which they have carried out such an enormous national level social movement. Till date, NSS MEFGI unit donated more than 2500+ blood bottles, 4000+ clothes donation, 40+ Trees plantation, 10+ School education program, 5+ Village visit and awareness program. All volunteers feel proud to join helping hands and provide service to society. I feel very blessed as a work with NSS and as a coordinator and Program officer of NSS UNIT- MEFGI.


NSS MEFGI UNIT got an honor to welcome the respected NAAC members during NAAC accreditation in our campus. They were gladly received by Mr. Ketan Marwadi. We the volunteers of NSS UNIT welcomed them all with “NSS claps” and with our innovation DRONE which showered flowers on them.

Village School visit
NSS MEFGI UNIT is routinely organizing a village school visit at Ratanpar, bedi, Gauridad and Khorana. In the school visit we interacted with the students, played games with them and also taught them about several things. They were equally enjoying with us and many of them were more active and intelligent than us. We also taught all of them about the latest technologies, how to operate computers and also lent helping hands for them.

NSS MEFGI UNIT was given the privilege to welcome our respected CM Mr. VIJAY RUPANI along with our educational minister Mr. BHUPENDRASINH CHUDASAMA. We the members of NSS welcomed them with a salute and NSS claps. They were led by our NSS programme officers Mr. Ramesh Sagapariya and Mr. Vishal Sorathiya.

NSS MEFGI UNIT volunteers participated in this event as a helping hand for the workers in canteen of MARWADI CAMPUS on, they were given a day off to relieve their body strain and tightness by playing various games with our volunteers, meanwhile the volunteers served for one whole day in the canteen to more than 2000 people including students and staff members and also enjoyed with them by seeing smiles on their faces.

NSS MEFGI UNIT had took an initiative to organize the NATIONAL YOUTH DAY which was celebrated on 12 JANUARY in accordance to the birthday of SWAMI VIVEKANANDA in INDIA by SURYA NAMASKAR which is a warm up routine based on a sequence of gracefully linked asanas. We performed it with more than 200 people including desired dignity members, staff and students for more than 6 times and made them all feel relaxed and stress free, they equally enjoyed with us and unwound their body strain.

As a part of GTU and NSS, we have organized Cloth Donation Event in Slum areas, old age home and Orphanage, Near Ratanpar, Rajkot – Morbi Highway on 27th August 2017. The visit was organized for helping poor and needy peoples and for sharing the life experiences with senior citizens

As a part of GTU and NSS, the Blood Donation Camp Was Organised in Collaboration With Life Blood Bank Of Rajkot And MEFGI, Rajkot. On 5th October 2017 We started Our Blood Donation Camp at 9:00 AM At P.G building With A Short Inauguration Function by prof. Charmin Jarsania & prof. Urmish Vaishnav. 301 Volunteers came forward to donate blood during the camp which included teaching & nonteaching staff, students. The Blood Donors Were Provided Blood Donation Certificate & gifts.

Apply Now

Apply Now
For The Better Future


Apply Now