Kavayitri Bahinabai Chaudhari North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon
कवयित्री बहिणाबाई चौधरी उत्तर महाराष्ट्र विद्यापीठ, जळगाव
Maharashtra, India
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Department of Student's Development
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The Department of Students’ Development is engaged in developing the personality of the students in all spheres of life for which it undertakes various student-oriented programmes. It is believed that given opportunity, many of these Students will prove their hidden talents. It is to unravel these hidden talents in the students that the Dept. of Students’ Development provides the opportunity as well as the conducive environment. The DSD implements Earn and Learn Scheme, Special Guidance Scheme, Student Safety Insurance Scheme, participation at various cultural activities, debates, Moot Courts, Parliamentary affair Studies & Proceedings Workshop with the sincere efforts at University level and also at State and National level.

Kavyitri Bahinabai Chaudhari North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon through its many fold programmes has left no stone unturned to provide ample opportunities for the development of the students and indulge them in its activities apart from studies. The University authorities are always very keen not only to provide standard academic programmes but also to inculcate confidence amongst the students.

The Dept. of Students’ Development always takes sincere and keen efforts for all round development of students. It executes various activities in affiliated colleges, recognized institutes and P.G. departments. The Dept. of Students’ Development, undertakes a large number of activities for the benefit of the student community. Prominent among them are as follows:

    Student Financial Scheme (Individual ) -
  1. Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Research Motivation Scheme

  2. Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil Earn & Learn Scheme

  3. Students Adoptions scheme for University Schools on the campus.

  4. Hon’ble Vice Chancellors Medical fund

  5. Eklavya Vidyadhan Scheme

  6. Poor Students Aid Fund

  7. Student Safety Insurance Scheme

  8. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar financial Assistance Scheme for the meritorious students of the University Hostels of KBCNMU Jalgaon Students.

    Regular Activities :-
  1. Zonal Level merit collegiate youth festivals “Youvarang”

  2. University Level Inter college Youth Festival “Yuvarang”

  3. Inter college Magazine Competition

  4. University trophy Ekanankika Competition

  5. Inter Colleges Mute Court Competition

  6. Drama Presentation Competition

  7. Research Presentation Competition

  8. Story Telling competition

  9. Poem Reading Competition

  10. Debate Competition

  11. Essay Competition

    Various Competitions are organized such as –
  1. Late G.V. Abhyankar Marathi Natyageet & Late Shantabai G. Abhyankar Marathi Bhaavgeet Competition

  2. Late Bhaisaheb Y.S. Mahajan Elocations Competition for female Students.

  3. Late Bhaskar Sabanis Inter College Commerce’s Quiz & Presentation Competition

    University Level workshop / Seminars/ Training
  1. Disaster Management training workshop

  2. Student Personality Development workshop

  3. Stress free exam campaign & workshop

  4. Cultural Development Workshop

  5. University Representative Leadership Development workshop

  6. District wise Friendship workshop

  7. Natya Abhivachan workshop

  8. Speech skill development workshop

  9. Powada singing skill workshop

  10. Youth Parliament (Yuva Sansand) workshop

  11. Research Methodology workshop

  12. Anchoring skill development workshop

  13. Street Play skill development workshop

  14. S.T.Students Motivational Workshop

  15. Shram sanskar skill Development workshop

    Student Leadership Activity :-
  1. College Level Student council

  2. University Schools & Dept. Student council

  3. University Student council

    For the college level activities :-
  1. Globalization workshop or Seminars

  2. Employment skill Development guidance workshop

  3. Personality Development Cell

  4. Stress Management & Guidance cell

    Special programme for Girl students :-
  1. Yuvati Sabha – workshop

  2. Self Defence (Swayamsidha) Abhiyan

  3. Personality Development cell

    University level Honors schemes :-
  1. Youth Researcher

  2. School Boys scientist

  3. College Principal & Student Development officers

    Seminars For the Principal/ Director/ HOD , Student Development officers (Teachers) :-
  1. Half yearly Meeting

  2. Planning meetings for students activities

    Financial/Welfare Support scheme for needful students:-

    The university takes care of economically backward, needy and hardworking students enrolled in the Schools/Institute/affiliated colleges of the University. The following support schemes have been regularly executed by the Department of Students Development of the University.

  1. Students Adoption Scheme:

    The Students Adaptation Scheme has been introduced by the University from the academic year 2011-12 for extending financial support from University own funds to economically backward Student one boys and one girls every university department and schools. who have secured at least 60% of marks in the previous examinations. The detail of the financial support is as below:

    Sr. No. Category Amount Per Student Per Year
    1. Graduation in Arts, Commerce, Science, Engineering and Technology 10,000/-
    2. Post-graduation in Arts, Commerce and Management 12,000/-
    3. Post-graduation in Science, Engineering and Technology 15,000/-
  2. Economically Backward Student Support Scheme:

    The Economically Backward Student Support Scheme has been introduced in the academic year 2011-12 by the University for providing financial support to the economically backward students enrolled in Schools/Institute/affiliated colleges. Under this scheme, University provides financial support to 10% of total admitted students in the Schools/Institute on the campus. In case of affiliated colleges whose student is strength less than 600 and greater than 600, the University provides financial support to 3% and 2% of total admitted students, respectively.

  3. Eklavya Vidyadhan Scheme ( Education Loan Interest)

    The University provides financial assistance to the students for obtaining educational loans from the banks through its ‘Eklavya Vidyadhan Scheme’ . University has started this scheme for the meritorious, economically backward and needy UG/PG students of the Schools/Institute/affiliated colleges. Under this scheme University helps the students for getting loan upto 70% of the total educational expenditure required for the completion of UG/PG programmers through any one of the nationalized banks from the jurisdiction of the University. The University pays an interest up to 11% to the bank on the educational loan taken by the students after every three months.

  4. Student Research Motivation Scheme

    This scheme is launched by the University in the academic year 2012-13 with the aim to motivate the students of Schools/Institute/affiliated colleges to pursue research in the frontline thrust areas. Under this scheme, the cash prizes have been awarded to the regular UG/PG/research/M.Phil./Ph.D. students.

    Regular Activities :-
  1. Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil Earn and Learn Scheme :-

    The main objective of the scheme is to develop a student as a multifaceted personality with academic excellence and commitment to an egalitarian society. India lives in villages and to bridge the gap between rural India and urban India, this scheme is basically undertaken for the benefit of students of rural areas, who are economically backward, intelligent, and meritorious but cannot afford higher education, It inculcates in the student the idea that no work is big or small and develops a work culture with the right aptitude. This is a paradigm shift in the way we see higher education. This will make education accessible and available to the poor, needy meritorious and marginalized.

    The scheme is currently being implemented at the post-graduate level on the University campus as well as at the graduate level in the affiliated colleges and recognized institutions under the jurisdiction of the Kavyitri Bahinabai Chaudhari North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon . Financial assistance to the extent of hundred percent of the expenditure incurred by the affiliated colleges / institute is reimbursed to the concerned on submitting the necessary papers to the Director, Dept. of Students’ Development.

    The students enrolled under the scheme are given the following types of work namely – office work, technical work and field work. While the distributing work almost case is taken that all students get equal opportunity to get all different kinds of work and that each student gets 80 % of technical work and 20 % of fieldwork. Office work includes working at the Library or any other office of the institute.

  2. Personality Development workshop for University Representative:-

    Training is an important aspect of good governance and this is done through this workshops. Fighting elections and winning them is one part but what is more important is how to deliver after one gets elected? How to work together as well as implement promises made and help improve the University administration?

    After Completion of all elections process and nominations for the University representatives and University Students Council are over a two-day workshop for the representatives is arranged at the district level.

    In all workshop lectures by eminent persons in the field of education are arranged. All the University representatives are given complete knowledge of their duties, rights and their contribution to society.

  3. Youth Festival :-

    There are two Youth Festival Programs in which the University always participate these youth festivals are organized at the state and national levels. Ultimately these give our students an opportunity to understand the different parts of Maharashtra as well as the country. It is an opportunity for the students of KBCNMU, Jalgaon to test their accomplishments at state as well as national levels. This gives them exposure and is a celebration of cultural diversity and difference, a unity in diversity. The Dept. of Students’ Development takes special care and interest that the students of the School Department of University/colleges/ institutes participate in these festivals with great zest. District - area Inter collegiate youth festival is and university level youth festival organize by KBCNMU every year.

  4. Magazine Competition:-

    To promote the art and habit of writing among the students, an annual magazine competition is organized by the Dept. of Students’ Development. This helps students to learn the art of writing, editing, publishing a magazine. All colleges/ institutes are requested to send copies of the magazine published by them to the Director, Dept. of Students ‘Development who in turn submits them to a panel of experts which is appointed by the Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor to judge these magazines and to declared Prizes at the University level as well as District level are awarded to the selected magazine the Principals are expected to be present to receive them at the Annual Prize Day organized by the Dept. of Students’ Development. The University gives funds for the same. The prizes are distributed at the Annual Prize day function organized by Dept. of Student development KBCNMU Jalgaon.

  5. Special Programmes & Workshops for Girl students (Yuvati Sabha) :-

    This scheme is introduced by the University to develop confidence and personality of a girl student who comes from the rural areas and deprived sections of society called as yuvati sabha. The marginalization and deprivation is double if you are a woman and from the backward or scheduled castes. The main objective of this scheme is to develop a critical mind, self-confidence and a commitment to society. The girl students are given training in health, law and social activities. They are also given training in self-employment and all possible other activities that enhance her social confidence. This scheme is open to all regular girl students from all the affiliated college / institutes. Funds for organizing these activities are provided by the University. The concerned college or institutes have to organize seminars, camps/workshops of yuvati sabha.

  6. Students’ Council Elections :-

    The University has University Departments Students’ Council and Students’ Council as specified under section 99 A. of the Maharashtra Public Universities Act, 2016. The constitutions of these councils are as below:

    • University Department Students’ Council:

      There is a University Departments Students’ Council constituted as per clause 99 A. (2) (a) of Maharashtra Public University Act, 2016 consisting of following members, namely-

      1. Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor, President,
      2. Director of Students’ Development, Chairman,
      3. Director of Sports and Physical Education, Member,
      4. National Service Scheme Coordinator, Member,
      5. One student from each University Department who has shown academic merit at preceding degree examination and is engaged in full time studies in the University Institutions or Departments or conducted college nominated by the Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor.
      6. Two girl students nominated by the Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor and if there is no Pro-Vice-Chancellor.
    • Students’ Council for affiliated colleges/institutes:

      There is a Students’ Council for each Institution, conducted colleges or affiliated colleges as per clause 99A (2) (b) of Maharashtra Public Universities Act, 2016, consisting of following members, namely-

      1. Principal, Chairman
      2. One Lecturer, nominated by the Principal,
      3. Teacher in charge of National Cadet Crops ,Member,
      4. National Service Scheme Programme Officer, Member
      5. One student from each class, who has shown academic merit as the examination held in the preceding year and who is engaged in full-time studies in the college nominated by the Principal, Member,
      6. Director of Sports and Physical Education, if any ,Member
      7. One student from each of the following activities, who has shown outstanding performance, nominated by the Principal, namely–
        • Sports;
        • National Service Scheme and Adult Education;
        • National Cadet Crops;
        • Cultural Activities;
      8. Two girl students nominated by the principal.
      9. The members of both these councils elect the Secretary/University Representative from amongst themselves as per clause 99A (3) of Maharashtra Public Universities Act, 2016 of their respective council.

  7.  University Students’ Council:

    There is a University Students’ Council for the University as per clause 99 A (4)(a) of Maharashtra Public University Act, 2016, consisting of not more than fifteen persons, nominated through selection, from amongst Secretaries/University Representatives of  the respective councils under sub-section (3) as prescribed by the Statutes existing immediately prior to the date of commencement of this Act.:-

    In this council, at least one seat each is reserved for students belonging to –

    • Scheduled Castes;
    • Scheduled Tribes;
    • De-notified Tribes; Tribes (Vimukta Jatis); Nomadic Tribes;
    • Other Backward Classes and
    • One seat for women students

    Remaining seats are distributed district wise:

    Provided further that, for the purpose of nominations through selection details based on academic performance, participation in National Cadet Corps, National Service Scheme and adult education, cultural activities or such other activities as may be prescribe by the Statutes existing immediately prior to the date of commencement of this Act.

     

    (b) The University Students’ Council formed to elect its own President and Secretary.

    The activity of the University Students’ Councils is to look after the Development of the students and to promote and co-ordinate the extra-curricular activities of different student’s associations for better corporate life.

  8. Student Insurance Scheme:-

    Health is an important part of the student. The need to provide health care at affordable costs has been an objective of the Dept. and the University. Most of the deprived and marginalized sections of society do not have access and availability to health care. Most of the students are anemic and this is prevalent among the girl students. To help these students, the University has introduced this scheme for all students of the University. Health facilities at health center with a panel of doctors as well regular staff is made available to the students. An Insurance scheme for all the students from all the college, institutes and the University campus was introduced by the Dept. of Students’ Development during every academic year till 30 September. Under this scheme an amount of Nominal Rupees per student is collected per year. The above scheme is run in collaboration with an insurance company. The University makes a contract with the insurance company and then as per the contract benefits are provided to the students. The contract period is decided between the University authorities and the Insurance Company. The contract is also renewable. All branches of the Insurance Company in the districts of Jalgaon, Dhule and Nandurbar are informed about the same. The details about contact signed between the University and the Insurance Company are shared with all the colleges / institutes and all Heads of University departments, Principal of colleges / Director of institutes and Head of University departments are requested to bring the above to the notice of all the students.

    In the affiliated college’s student Safety Insurance Scheme has started in 1993 by this department. Academic year 2017-18 Rs. 10/- are collected from the students at the time of admission this amount is paid to the Oriental Insurance Company Ltd., Thane as a premium of Group Insurance of the student. In case of accidental death of students , his parents / successors are eligible to receive Rs. 2,40,000/- from the Oriental Insurance Company and & Rs. 10,000/- from Hon’ble V.C. fund as compensation.

    Other Activities -

    This University arrange the various activities & workshop of the college level for the student i.e.

  1. Health Check-up Scheme:-

    Annual health check-up is organized for college students to provide medical aid to the student By keeping the medical education training & its awareness as main objection the university has made Health Checkup mandatory for each students. So, the students seeking admission in the Ist year and the student studying at hostel, P. G. students have to do health check-up for which Rs. 11 from college students are collected.

  2. Youth Parliamentary affair & Proceedings Study Workshop:-

    Common Wealth Parliamentary Association Branch has introduced the scheme of parliamentary system & its function study Workshop for the students of politics and public administration and for teachers is arranged every year by the University. Every year KBCNMU Jalgaon send 6 students and one teacher for participating in this Workshop in the Nagpur session of Maharashtra state assembly.

  3. Debate and Elocution Competition:-

    For the development of oratory skills among the students, Elocution and Debating Competition are regularly arranged at college and University level .In the same way, Competitions are arranged by social institutions and other Universities. The selected students represent the University in various Competitions conduct at the all universities in Maharashtra.

  4. Abhyankar Bhavgeet Gayan & Natyageet Competition:-

    The Student Development’s Department organizes the Inter Collegiate Competition for Natygeet & Bhavgeet for the student develop their skill in Singing. This competition is sponsored by Prof. P.G. Abhyankar jalgaon in memory of his mother Late. Mrs. Shantabai Abhyankar.

  5. Late Bhaisaheb Y.S. Mahajan Girl Students Elocution Competition:-

    The Student Development’s Department Organizes the Inter Collegiate Competition Late Bhaisaheb Y.S. Mahajan girl Students Elocution Competition for the student to Develop their skill in elocution. This Competition is sponsored by President Environment and Social Education Institute, Pratapnagar, Jalgaon in the memories of Late. Bhaisaheb Y.S. Mahajan.

  6. Late Bhaskar Sabanis Inter College Commerce’s Quiz & Presentation Competition:-

    The Student Development’s Department Organizes Late Bhaskar Sabanis Inter College Commerce’s Quiz & Presentation Competition for the students to develop their skill in Accounting and Costing. This Competition is Sponsored by Principle Mr.Anil Rao, Professor colony, Jalgaon in the memories of his father in law the Late. Bhaskar Sabnis.

  7. ST Students Leadership Development and Motivation Workshop:-

    The Department of Students’ Development organizes self-confidence, leadership and motivation development workshop every year. This workshop is conducted for one week for the Students of ST category.

  8. Disaster Management Workshop:-

    At the time of earthquake, bombblaste, fire people lost their lives and many thousands of people become homeless. In this time of distress and agony NSS units came forward to help the victims. In order to make the students and the general public aware about such types of disasters, the NSS unit of KBCNMU to organize workshop on the Role of NSS in Disaster Management, the basic purpose of this workshops on disaster management is to create an effective awareness among the NSS volunteers so that they can play a significant role in disseminating awareness among students regularly organizes and among the masses in general.

    We organized other Camps/Workshops/Competitions as mentioned below :-
  1. The Adventure and Training Camp.
  2. University Level Story Telling (Kathakathan) Competition
  3. University Level Kavyvachan (Poetry Recitation) Competition
  4. Girl students’ Personality Development Cell
  5. One Act Play Competition
  6. Debate Competition
  7. Essay Writing Competition
  8. Moot Court Competition
  9. College Magazine Competition
  10. Friendship camp
  11. District level “Shramsanskar, Personality and Leadership Development Workshop”
  12. Global Warming Awareness Workshop
  13. Village Adoption Scheme
    Special Instituted Activities

    The following are the activities of importance, which are conducted under the jurisdiction of the Dept. of Students’ Development KBCNMU Jalgaon:–

  1. Research Festival :-

    Intellectual development, freethinking is very vital for a free and a democratic country like india. Academics is not just rote memory but the inculcation of availability and access to knowledge for all, and the inculcation of critical and analytical values. “ Avishkar ’’ is a project encouraging original and critical thinking among the students. It is to challenge the minds of the young to bring out the best in them. Avishkar is the third program launched by the Hon’ble Chancellor’s office,Mumbai the first being Ashwamedh in for Sports, the second being Indradhanushya for cultural activities & third is “ Avishkar ’’ aims at developing the research talent, research culture and interest in basic research amongst all the college students and the University students. Under this activity all students are invited to prepare a research project of their liking after which college wise and district wise and a University level competition is arranged.

    The Selected Project are invited at University Level and then the best team is selected from the various disciplines. The activity is a three-phase program where in during the first phase a poster / model display or a research project in the form of an exhibition is arranged and judged by a panel of experts. In the second phase oral presentation are carried out. The winners at University level Avishkar are representing University at state level Avishkar

  2. Indradhanushya :-

    ‘Indradhanushya‘ is a state level youth festival that has been initiated by the office of Hon’ble Chancellor. At this youth festival interested students are invited those who are talented in cultural activities like music, dream, elocution, dance, fine arts etc. are selected. The University sends a circular to all affiliated colleges / institutes and then selection trials are held and a University team is selected keeping in mind the total number of participants who could be sent for the same. All funding in respect of the above is made from the University funds.

  3. 3. West Zone Inter-university Youth Festival :–

    A West Zone Inter-University Youth Festival is the biggest of its kind, where large number of young delegates representing various universities from west zone of India interacts and exhibits their cultural prowess

    Board of Students’ Development:-

    As per section 55 Maharashtra public university act, 2016

    - LIST OF MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF STUDENTS' DEVELOPMENT

    • Members of the University Students Council

     In this council, at least one seat each is reserved for students belonging to –

    • Scheduled Castes;
    • Scheduled Tribes;
    • De-notified Tribes; Tribes (Vimukta Jatis); Nomadic Tribes;
    • Other Backward Classes and
    • One seat for women students

    Remaining seats are distributed district wise:

    Provided further that, for the purpose of nominations through selection details based on academic performance, participation in National Cadet Crops, National Service Scheme and adult education, cultural activities or such other activities as may be prescribe by the Statutes existing immediately prior to the date of commencement of this Act.

     (b) The University Students’ Council formed elects its own President    and Secretary.

     Director of Student Welfare / Student’s Development –

    Sr.

    Name

    College

    Period

    01.

    Prof. Keshav D. Dhekane

    JDMVPS College, Jalgaon

    1994-95

    02.

    Prof.Shantaram P.Badgujar

    Dr.G.D.Bendale College, Jalgaon

    1995-98

    03.

    Prof. Vilas M. Chavan

    M.D.Palesha College , Dhule

    1998-02

    04.

    Prof. Ram K.Petare

    A.S.C.College, Pimpalner

    2002-05

    05.

    Prof. Shashikant J.Borse

    SSVPS Arts & Com. College, Dhule

    2005-07

    06.

    Prof. Vilas M.Chavan

    M.D.Palesha College , Dhule

    2007-11

    07.

    Prof.Prabhakar.P. Ladhe

    Smt.G.G.Khadase College, Muktainager

    2011 -12

    08.

    Dr.Pankajkumar S. Nannavare

    C.E.S. A.S.C.College, Chalisgaon

    2012-14

    09.

    Prof. Satyajit B.Salve

    Dr. G.D.Bendale Women College, Jalgaon

    2014-17

    10.

    Prof. Ghayas A. Usmani (Actg)

    UICT  KBCNMU,Jalgaon

    2017-17

    11.

    Prof. Sopan. T. Ingle (Actg)

    Env.. and earth Science  KBCNMU Jalgaon

    2017-19

    12.

    Prof. Satyajit B.Salve

    Dr. G.D.Bendale Women College, Jalgaon

    2019-20

    13.

    Dr.Pankajkumar S.Nannavare (Actg)

     C.E.S. A.S.C.College, Chalisgaon

    2020 – till Date

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National Service Scheme
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National Service Scheme is the India’s largest student youth movement, a noble experiment in academic expansion. It includes the spirit of voluntary work among the student’s/teachers through sustained community interaction, to combine knowledge and action,which gives maximum exposure and experience to help the youth to find avenues of self employment. Eventually helping the Govt. and Non-Govt. organizations to achieve their goal in National development NSS is an education & service based scheme. The NSS programme is funded by the Government of India & the State Government.

The KBC North Maharashtra University (N.M.U.) was carved out to the erstwhile Pune University in 1989-90 to facilitate the academic administration of khandesh, which consists of three districts namely Jalgaon, Dhule & Nandurbar.The National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) unit of the University started it’s independent functioning from as academic year 1993-94 with the approval of 6,000 students. The affiliated colleges also conduct NSS activities which are monitored through the NSS coordinator of the University. NSS volunteers at different locations organize activities likestreet plays, AIDS awareness campaigns, Wall posters etc. National Service Scheme of KBCNorth Maharashtra University, Jalgaon is linked up with the 88 Colleges  affiliated to KBCNMU, Jalgaon, which is spread out in the 03 districts Jalgaon,Dhule & Nandurbar since academic year 2008-09 to 2020-21with the approval strength of 15,000 students & the actual enrollment of the student is as follows.

Sr.No

Year

Regular Student

Special Camp

Unit

01

2008-09

12,300

6150

79

02.

2009-10

13,000

6500

80

03.

2010-11

13,500

6750

78

04.

2011-12

13,500

6750

78

05.

2012-13

13,500

6750

80

06.

2013-14

13,500

6750

80

07

2014-15

15,000

7,500

82

08

2015-16

15,000

7,500

82

09

2016-17

15,000

7,500

87

10

2017-18

15,000

7,500

87

11

2018-19

15,000

7,500

87

12

2019-20

15,000

7,500

88

13

2020-21

15,000

7,500

88

14

2021-22

15,000

7,500

88

National Service Scheme of KBCNorth Maharashtra University, Jalgaon is linked up with the self finance units.19 colleges/institute/uni. dept. are affiliated to KBCNMU, Jalgaon which is spread out in the 03 districts Jalgaon, Dhule & Nandurbar since academic year 2008-09 to 2020-21 with the approval strength of 1200 students & the actual enrollment of the student is as follows.

Sr.No

Year

Regular Student

Special Camp

Unit

01

2019-20

690

345

11

02

2020-21

810

405

17

03

2021-22

1200

600

19

  • Aims and objectives

              1. The broad objectives of N.S.S. are:-

             i. To understand the community in which they work;

            ii. To understand themselves in relation to their community;

            iii. To identify the needs and problems of the community and involve with them in problem solving process;

            iv. To develop among them a sense of social and civic responsibility;

            v.To utilize their knowledge in finding practical problems;

            vi. To gain skills in mobilizing community participation;

             vii.To develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters,

             viii.To acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude.

             ix.To practice national integration and social harmony

  • Aims of NSS Programmes/Activities

      The operational aims of NSS are to integrate the three basic components of the programme. NSS programme should provide a variety of learning experiences which must develop a sense of participation, service and achievement among the volunteers. The activities should aim at the following:-

      1. Making education more relevant to the present situation to meet the needs of the community and supplement the education of the university/college students by bringing them face to face with the rural situations.
      2. Providing opportunities to the students to play their role in planning and executing development projects which would not only help in creating durable community assets in rural areas and urban slums but also results in the improvement of quality of life of the economically and socially weaker sections of the community;
      3. Encouraging students and other citizens to work together along with the adults in rural areas.
      4. Developing qualities of leadership by discovering the latent potential among the campers, both students as well as local youth (Rural and Urban), with a view to involve them more intimately in the development programme and also to ensure proper maintenance of the assets created during the camps.
      5. Emphasizing dignity of labour and self-help and the need for combining physical work with intellectual pursuits.
      6. Encouraging youth to participate enthusiastically in the process of national development and promote national integration, through corporate living and cooperative action. While undertaking these activities, each NSS unit should envisage its programmes activities aimed at instilling discipline, building character, promotion of physical fitness and development of culture.

    Classification of NSS Programmes (Activities of NSS)

    NSS activities have been divided in two major groups. These are Regular Activities and Special Camping Programmes

    1. Regular NSS Activity: - Under this, students undertake various programmes in the adopted villages, college/school campuses and Urban Slums for community service.

    The NSS Units organize the regular activities as detailed below:

      i. Orientation of NSS Volunteers: - To get the NSS volunteers acquainted with the basics of NSS programmes, through lectures, discussions, field visits and audio-visuals etc.

      ii. Campus Work: - The NSS volunteers may be involved in the projects undertaken for the benefit of the institution and students concerned. Such projects cover development of play grounds, laying of gardens, tree plantation in the premises, awareness programmes on drug, abuse, AIDS, population education and other campus projects.

      iii. The NSS units will be utilized for community service on the projects in adopted villages/ Urban Slums independently or in collaboration with others in this field, as detailed below.

      a. Institutional Work :- The students may be placed with selected Voluntary organizations working for the welfare of women, children, aged and disabled outside the campus.

      b. Rural Project :- The rural projects generally include the working of NSS volunteers in adopted villages for eradication of illiteracy, development, agricultural operations, health, nutrition, sanitation family life education, saving drives, construction of rural roads, campaign against social evils etc.

      c. Urban Projects :- In addition to rural projects other include adult education, welfare of slum dwellers, training in civil defense, traffic control, setting up first-aid posts, work in hospitals, orphanages, destitute home, environment, population education, drug, AIDS awareness, and income generation projects etc. Professional and technical institutions having NSS may have to design appropriate programmes for the community based needs.

      d. Natural Calamities & National Emergencies: - The NSS units are expected to provide the services of NSS volunteers at the time of natural calamities and national emergencies for mobilizing public support and rendering necessary assistance to the authorities in rescue, relief and rehabilitation. In such emergencies and calamities the Programme Officers are expected to take the initiative and offer the services of the NSS units and its volunteers to assist the administration.

      e. National Days and Celebrations :- The National Service Scheme programmes also include the celebration of National days. The purpose of such a provision is to celebrate such occasions in a befitting manner.

      f. Red Ribbon Club:- The Club is established for AIDS Awarnees by Department  of National Service Scheme of the University.

      2. Special Camping Programme:-

      Special Camping forms an intergraded part of National Service Scheme it provides Unique opportunities to the students for group-living collective experience sharing & constant interaction with community, Every year 50% percent of the volunteers of each NSS Unit are expected to participate in Special Camps which of 7 Days duration, Special Camping are organised generally on various developmental issue of national importance such as youth against dirt & diseases. Youth for rural reconstruction, youth for mass literacy, Youth for total sanitation, healthy youth for healthy India etc.

      Special Camps organized by College Units in last 10 years

       

      Year

      Jalgaon

      Dhule

      Nandurbar

      Total

      2008-09

      39

      25

      15

      79

      2009-10

      40

      24

      16

      80

      2010-11

      38

      24

      16

      78

      2011-12

      38

      24

      16

      78

      2012-13

      38

      26

      16

      80

      2013-14

      38

      26

      16

      80

      2014-15

      38

      26

      18

      82

      2015-16

      38

      26

      18

      82

      2016-17

      41

      28

      18

      87

      2017-18

      41

      28

      18

      87

      2018-19

      41

      28

      18

      87

      2019-20

      41

      28

      19

      88

      2020-21

      Covid -19

      • Special Camps organized by self finance College Units :-

       

      Year

      Jalgaon

      Dhule

      Nandurbar

      Total

      2019-20

      5

      3

      3

      11

      2020-21

      Covid-19

      1. National Programmes:-

      In the development of any nation, certain programmes assume special relevance in view of problems existing or anticipated. In our country, three such programmes have been launched. They are the Mass Programme of Functional Literacy, AIDS Awareness Programme and Sustainable development with emphasis on Watershed Management & Wasteland Development. It is pertinent to mention that NSS Volunteers have come forward with zeal to make these programmes a great success.

      1. Disaster Management Training Camp:-

      In order to make the students and the general public aware about various types of disasters, the NSS unit of KBC NMU, Jalgaon organise workshop on the Role of NSS in Disaster Management, the basic purpose of starting a series of workshops on disaster management was to create effective awareness among the NSS volunteers so that they can play a significant role in disseminating awareness among fellow students in particular and among the masses in general. The University organise such training workshops every year with the help of Home Guard Unit Jalgaon & District Commandant.

      These programmes would enable the student to understand & respect agonies of the people affected in the wake of natural calamities like cyclone flood, earthquakes, fire bomb blast and road accident etc.

      • The NSS students can be involved in –
      1. Assisting the local authorities in distribution of rations, medicine clothes, organise blood donation camps etc.
      2. Working with and for local people in reconstruction of their huts, cleaning of wells, building, roads etc.
      3. Collection of clothes & other material & distributing the same to the affected areas.
      4. Programme Officer Workshops & Meetings.
      5. NS.S. Asst. Programme Officer (Woman) workshops & special Meeting.
      6. District level R.D. Parade camp
      7.  Pre S.R.D. Selection camp (District-wise)
      • National Service Scheme Advisory Committee

      1)   The Chairman – Prof. E. Vayunandan Acting Vice–Chancellor, KBCNMU., Jalgaon

      2)   The Comm. Of Adm. Div. representative, Nashik Division, Nashik.

      3)   Secretary / Director of Education / Youth Services, Pune.

      4)   Co-Ordinator, National Service Scheme Training Center, Ahamadnagar – Dr.Sharad Ambadas  Borude.

      5)   Prof. R. L. Shinde, Acting Registar, KBCNM.U, Jalgaon.

      6)   Mr.D.Carthigueane-Regional Director , NSS, Regional Directorate,  Pune.

      7)   University Academic Council Members

      1. A) Pushpa Y.Gavit, V.W.S College, Dhule.
      2. B) Anil P.Sarode, M.J.College,Jalgaon.   
      3. C) Prof.S.R.Rajput,SVS College,Dondaichya

      8)   Four Principals of Colleges

      1. A) Principal Dr. P.H.Pawar,Z.B.Patil College,Dhule.
      2. B) Principal Dr. S.R.Jadhav,NYNC College,Chalisgaon.
      3. C) Principal Dr. J.B.Anjane,A S C College,Ainpur
      4. D) Principal Dr. H.M.Patil, Art’s & Commerce College, Dhadgaon.

      9)   Two NSS Student Representatives:

      1. A) Ku. Divya Bharat Sawale,SSVPS Sci.College,Dhule
      2. B) Mr.Vilas Jagannath Patil,Social Work Dept,KBCNMU,Jalgaon.

      10) Two NSS Programme Officers

      1.  Dr. Prashant Dhondiba Kasbe, Z.B. Patil College, Dhule.
      2.  Dr. Anil Ramdas Bari, ASC College, Bodwad.

      11) State Liaison Officer (S.L.O., Government of Maharashtra)

                       Dr. Prabhakar. B. Desai, Mumbai.

      12) Five Representatives from concerned Govt.

      1.  Mr. Chintaman Popat Patil, Bhone Tal.Dharangaon
      2.  Mr.Bhanudas Yewalekar,Jalgaon.
      3.  Mr.Nikhil.Waykole,Bhusawal.
      4.  Mr.Santosh Patil,Nandurbar.
      5.  Raju Gavit,Sarwat Dist.Nandurbar.

      13)    Dr.Madhulika A.Sonwane, Acting Finance & Account Officer, KBCNMU., Jalgaon.

      14)  N.S.S.Director (Member Secretary), KBCNMU,Jalgaon

                        Dr.Pankajkumar Nannavare

      15) District Co-ordinators, N.S.S.

      1. Jalgaon – Dr.Manish Karanje,R.L.College,Parola
      2. Dhule    –Dr.Sachin J.Nandre,ASC College, Dahiwel.
      3. Nandurbar – Dr.Vijay Shivaji Patil,RFN College,Akkalkuwa

      16) Area Co-ordinaters, N.S.S.

      1.  Dr.Pramod Atmaram Ahire,P.O.Nahata College,Bhusawal
      2.  Dr.Ashutosh Ramakant Vardikar,ASC College, Bhalod
      3.  Dr.Nitin Ramdas Badgujar,Loksevak Madhukarrao Chaudhari College of Social Work,Jalgaon
      4.  Dr.Jagdiash Shankar Sonwane,P.J.N College of Social Work,Amalner
      5.  Dr.Sanjay Baburao Singane,ASC College,Dharangaon
      6.  Dr.Datta Asaram Dhale,SSVPS Dr.P.R.Ghogare Sci.College,Dhule
      7.  Dr.Pramod Gokul Patil,SSVPS Ars&Commerce College,Dhule
      8.  Dr.Nagorao Shaligram Dongare,SPDM College,Shirpur.
      9.  Dr.Hemantkumar Dattaray Patil,R.D.Deore ASC College, Mhasdi
      10.  Dr.Vishal Shivajirao Karpe, Sarwajnik ASC College,Visarwadi
      11.  Dr.Rajendra Dagdu More,ASC College,Taloda


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