The College has a committed N.S.S. Wing. It is a voluntary organisation for the students and teachers to involve in rural development programme and to participate in the socio-economic life of the community. The participants get a chance to develop a sense of Nation through corporate living and co-operative action. Volunteers who undergo the prescribed course of training will be given certificates from the University. 10 marks as grace marks in University examinations for NSS certificate holders of all classes and bonus marks for admissions to higher courses - 15 marks for Degree Course and 5 marks for P.G. course.The College community is a major donor of blood to Indian Medical Association (IMA).
Activities for 2011-12
The NSS activities for the year 2011-12 began on 27th of May 2011 with the inauguration of the help desk for Central Allotment Process, by the M.G University NSS Coordinator Dr. Prakash. A training programme for this purpose was organized for the NSS volunteers of different colleges from Ernakulam district in our college. The NSS volunteers took turns to help the students and parents with the online admission process.
- 182 first year students from different departments joined the NSS unit.
- On July 13, ten volunteers of our college attended a seminar conducted in Maharaja's college as part of Anti Tobacco Day Campaign.
- In connection with the Independence Day celebrations the NSS unit arranged a voluntary blood donation campaign in association with IMA and the Rotary Club.
- The formal inauguration of the activities of NSS and the mini camp for this year were held on 19th August 2011 by Smt. Sudha Balachandran, former NSS Programme officer of the college.
- On September 21st, 45 volunteers participated in the memory walk organized by the Alzhiemers society of India.
- NSS Day was celebrated on September 24th.
- 42 students participated in the seminar organized by Heart Care Foundation on World Heart Day on 25th September 2010.
- Five NSS volunteers participated in the selection for PRD camp conducted in the C M S College Kottayam on 3rd October.
- Two volunteers attended the Mahatma Gandhi University Intercollegiate camp on 'Learn to Earn' organized by the Newman's College, Thodupuzha from 4th to 6th December 2011.
- Three Volunteers attended the Mahatma Gandhi University Intercollegiate Leadership camp on 'Plastic Free Pampa' organised by M.E.S College, Erumely from 11th to 13th December 2011.
- Five Volunteers attended the Mahatma Gandhi University Intercollegiate Leadership camp from 27th January to 29th January organised by Alphonsa College, Pala.
THREE DAY CAMP