In India, including understudies in the assignment of national administration goes back to the seasons of Mahatma Gandhi,
the Father of the nation. The focal topic which he attempted to urge his understudy crowd consistently,
was that they ought to dependably keep before them, their social duty. The main obligation of the understudies ought to be,
not to regard their time of concentrate as one of the open doors for liberality in scholarly extravagance,however to set
themselves up for conclusive devotion in the administration of the individuals who furnished the ligaments of the
country with the national products and administrations so basic to society. Encouraging them to frame a living contact with
the network in whose middle their foundation is found, he recommended that as opposed to undertaking scholastic research
about monetary and social handicap, the understudies ought to do "something positive so the life of the residents may be
raised to a higher material and good dimension".
National Service Scheme is started under the leadership of Smt.Y.Usha Rani Madam Principal in the year 2010 it has single
unit after that in 2012 the college is allotted another unit with hundred students.
In the year 2018 Mis.Kavitha participated in NSS youth festival got First prize in Elocution (in Telugu) competition conducted by SK University, ATP.
In the year 2018 Mr.Vinay Krishna participated in NSS youth festival got second prize in Essay Writing competition conducted by SK University,ATP.
In the year 2018 Mr.Sai Kumar participated in NSS youth festival got second prize in Poster painting competition conducted by SK University, ATP.
In the year 2017 Mr.Amarnath Reddy cadet Selected for the Pre-Republic Day parade and also participated in March fast in Baroda.
In the year 2016 Mr.Naresh participated in NSS youth festival and won the second prize in solo singing song in English language from SK University, ATP.
In the year 2014 Mis.Tejowathi cadet was selected for the Republic Day parade in New Delhi.
Main Objectives of NSS
1. Understand the community in which they work
2. Understand themselves in relation to their community
3. Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving
4. Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility
5. Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems
6. Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities
7. Gain skills in mobilizing community participation
8. Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes
9. Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and
10. Practice national integration and social harmony