(Accredited by NAAC with 'A' Grade)

Government College Kasaragod
Government College Kasaragod


National Service Scheme (NSS)

 The NSS Unit was introduced in this college in 1969. The aim of NSS is to promote national consciousness and a sense of social responsibility, discipline and dignity of labour and to help students to develop their personality. NSS special camps are arranged during December every year. More than hundred boys and girls participate in the camps. Rural areas are selected for community service and educational programmes. Besides the annual camp, regular works in the college campus are also undertaken. Students who attend the camp are given a certificate and are eligible for grace marks for seeking admission to higher courses. At present there are two units attached to the Kannur University.

Programme Officers

1. K. Mohammad Ali, Department of Kannada
2. Abdul Nazar C H,  Department of Arabic

Major Projects Undertaken

  1. Adoption of Village
  2. Construction and repair of roads
  3. Afforestation
  4. Conducting Literacy Classes
  5. Water Shed Project
  6. Plastic Eradication

Works Implemented

Wooden bridge to Maipady River
Toilet pit construction in Nairmarmoola Colony
Muttathody - Kallakatta Road repair
College ground repair
Pettikundu - Kayyur - Cheemeni Panchayath
Puthkunu - Chayoth panchayath Road work (Joint work with Nehru College, Kanhangad)
Bellur Govt High School ground repair
Kumbadaje Panchayath - Yethadka Kundingila - Yethadka road.
Puthrakala Harijan colony Road Katippara
Special Programme - Shanthi Yathra from Majeshwer to Calicut University and Guruvandana, felicitating teachers
Aids awareness classes
Camp at Mallam
Camp at Diet Maipady, Maipady - Kudappady Road.
Camp at GHSS Bellur, Golikatte - Alabi Road


  • The National Service Scheme (NSS) of this college has been doing remarkable work during the last five years. The unit has been in the forefront of all the activities in the college and has offered many selfless services to the society. The NSS units have already bagged 6 State awards, 16 University awards during the last five years for their community service and enterprising attitude. Apart from the incessant regular activities in the campus, the units organise many community contact programmes in and outside the campus. The NSS plays a large role in making the students socially committed, selfconfident and responsible citizens of the nation. It would be pertinent to note that the committed efforts by the enterprising programme officers of the NSS, Mohammed Ali .K and Rathnakara ., took the NSS units to exceptional achievements during the last five years. The support given by the NSS to the anti-endosulfan movement and the activities it did to augment the struggle were applauded by many all over the state. The units have taken Enmakaje Grama Panchayath (The Endosulfan affected panchayat) as their adopted village for the last four years.

Succession list of Programme Officers

  • Dr V.V Kunhikrishnan, Dept. of History
  • Shri. Venugopala Bhat, Dept. of P.G.Studies and Research in Kannada
  • Shri. A.Vishnu Namboothiri, Dept. of History
  • Shri. A. Shreenatha, Dept. of P.G.Studies and Research in Kannada
  • Shri. K.Madhavan Nambiar, Dept. of Physics
  • Shri. C.H Rama Bhat, Dept. of P.G.Studies and Research in Kannada
  • Shri. A.V Krishnan, Dept. of Statistics
  • Dr. KrishnaKumari Dept. of Hindi.
  • Shri. T.K Rajan, Dept. of Mathematics
  • Shri. K. Aboobacker, Dept. of Arabic
  • Shri. K.V Chandrashekaran, Dept. of Economics
  • Shri. K.K Harikurup, Dept. of Economics
  • Shri. A.L Ananthapadmanabha, Dept. of Geology
  • Shri. M. Gopalan, Dept. of Chemistry
  • Shri. Sajeev Singh, Dept. of History
  • Smt. Mohammed Ali, Dept. of Kannada
  • Smt. Rema, Dept. of Statistics
  • Smt. Sijin Kumar, Dept. of Geology
  • Shri Ratnakara M, Dept. of Kannada
  • Shri Abdul Nazar C H, Dept. of Arabic

Major Activities During the Last Five Years

  • Every year select NSS volunteers participated in State level, National
    level, and District level camps.
  • Observed important days.
  • Inside the Campus: Seminars & Awareness classes, rallies, cleaning
  • Outside the Campus: blood donation, cleaning Programme, construction of
    roads to help tribal people and people in remote areas.
  • Conducted classes on Health & Environmental issues.
  • Volunteers participated in the 107 Interstate Cultural Youth Exchange
    Programme at Shimog (Jan. 2008)
  • List of programmes organised during 2007-11:
    • Afforestation
    • Environmental programmes
    • Rallies on peace and communal harmony
    • AIDS and cancer awareness Programme by International profile
      oncologist Dr. Ganapathi Bhat of Jaslock Hospital, Mumbai
    • Camp and cultural exchange programme at Government Blind School, Vidyanagar
    • Plastic eradication programme & paper bag training programme; ~~Cleaningprogramme, Kasaragod Municipality
    • Communal harmony, anti-dowry and
    • women Empowerment programmes
    • Participated in the movement for banning endosulfan
    • Survey on Malaria at Kasaba Beech of Kasaragod on 08.08.09
    • Volunteers conducted BPL-Astraya survey to find out genuine BPL beneficiaries
    • Nature study camp at Aralam wild life sanctuary
    • Panchayat data collection at Enmakaje and Madhur Grama
    • Energy conservation survey conducted on 4.9.2010
    • 25 NSS volunteers participated in Human Rights Commission sponsored seminar on endosulfan victims at Kasaragod
    • The volunteers participated in Manorama TV programme on Endosulfan issues on 27.11.2010
    • The volunteers visited various place of Endosulfan area
    • Palliative care unit started under the leadership of NSS
    • 105 volunteers donated blood for the patients admitted at different hospital at Kasaragod and Mangalore
    • Formed a channel to protect 75 acres of paddy land at Perla during the special Camp in Dec. 2007
    • Two NSS volunteers participated in the Kannada Fest at New Delhi in Feb. 2009
  • Roads constructed by NSSvolunteers
    • Bajakudlu Road (Dec.2007); Bedrampalla-Nadubail Road (Dec.2008); Ballambettu-Kudupankuzhi Road (Dec.2009)Katukukke-Ajiladka(Dec.2010) Patladala-Banputhadka Road (Dec.2011)