National Service Scheme


The National Service Scheme (NSS) is a Central Sector Scheme of Government of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports that was started in September 24, 1969. The aim of the NSS is to provide young students with hands on experience
in community service through participation in various government led community service activities, thereby promoting a sense of social responsibilities.
The NSS Cell in MLCU was started in July 2013 and various activities have been conducted since its inception. At present there are 939 with eight Programme Officers. Two villages have been adopted in RiBhoi District, Khlieh Umstem and Liarsluid.
The NSS will be conducted as an elective programme with 2 credits, as a Core subject, and will appear in the student’s transcript. It will be conducted over four semesters as outlined below.


National Service Scheme (NSS) Unit, MLCU Cell

Aim: Development of personality through community service.
Motto: Not me but you
Regular Activities: Regular Activities (RA) are one day activities which can range from one to four hours per activity. Such activities can be conducted in adopted villages, in the campus, market places, old age homes etc. RA is also inclusive of training programmes for volunteers such as Career counselling, Self Defence for female volunteers etc.
Special Camp: It is a residential camp of seven days in the adopted villages. Activities like awareness programmes, creating assets, training programmes are a few that can be conducted during special camps.
Duration: Two years (4 semesters)

Semester Breakup

Students interested to join NSS may kindly fill up this form and submit it to us.

The Joy of Reading

The Department of English and Communication’s activity titled “The Joy of Reading.”This activity was intended to harbour a love for reading amongst the schoolchildren. This activity was intended to harbour a love for reading amongst the schoolchildren.

Leadership & Personality Development

Inter College Camp: Leadership & Personality Development” organised by ICFAI University, Meghalaya from 28th Jan – 1st Feb 2020

Participation in Tree Plantation in Jongksha village

Sensitization Programme on World No Tobacco Day

Sensitization Programme on World No Tobacco Day on 31st May 2019 at MLCU Campus.

Awareness Campaign on mental health issues

Department of Psychology delivered an Awareness Campaign on mental health issues faced by children in troubled families and the role of counsellors in dealing with such issues.

Training of Trainers

Training of Trainers (ToT) on Conflict Resolution and Peace Building for NSS Programme Officers on 30th July 2019 ,NEHU Campus. Shillong

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