The college has a National Service Scheme (NSS) wing that encourages students to take up their social responsibility in an efficient way. This wing also conducts activities that help the student to become a responsible citizen and develop their leadership skills. After remaining dormant for many years, the NSS activities have been revived and institution –neighbourhood-community network has been created through awareness programmes and health checkup camps being organised. Plantation of trees and cleaning of campus programmes have also been used as NSS work as part of student engagement and their holistic development. Some faculty members also involve themselves independently, in social work. During times of natural calamities and disasters, illness of employees, the management as well as teachers and students indulge in spontaneous charity work. The NCC wing and the St. John Ambulance wing of our college has been doing exemplary work for quite sometime with the involvement of students and teachers which involves inculcating all round discipline and training required for service oriented sectors. N S S unit of our college has been revived in 2006.This year a number of students have got their names enrolled in N.S.S. register. The unit has organised the annual camp from 24th April to 30th April this year. The unit has also organised a Health Awareness Programme in Tikiapara slum area this year.