NSS is a student oriented programme and process oriented scheme. It inculcates the spirit of volunteerism among the students through community interaction. The History of NSS rooted long back and from the principle of Gandhism. The idea behind the formation of a student organisation in the educational institutions is to inculcate the social responsibility and personality development of the students.

Philosophy of NSS is the:

Virtue of strong character.

Courage of conviction

Commitment to truth

Preservance in adversity

Honesty of purpose

Compassion towards living being

AIMs and Objectives of NSS:

Overall Aim: Educational-Service to the community is the activity through which the objective is sought to be attained. Secondly, personality development through social service







A brief history of NSS Unit, Women’s College, Tinsukia:

NSS has been instituted at Women’s College, Tinsukia since 2004-05 session. At the initial stage there were very few volunteers joined but slowly the number increased and in 2015, the university granted second unit for our College. At present, there are 370 volunteers in two units of Women’s College, Tinsukia. Dr. Tanusree Sarker has been serving as Programme Officer of NSS Unit since 2005 and Mr. Gagan Talukdar has been appointed as Programme Officer of NSS Unit-II since 2016. Our NSS units are rendering valuable services in the community and in adopted villages. Till now the Unit has worked in a number of villages like Dimoruguri, Laipuli Bongali Gaon, Goriating, Lezaihola, Mohkhuli and Monkhushi village under Itakhuli block. The unit has conducted eleven Blood Donation camp in the College till date. It has constructed a library in Goriating village and donated good number of books for the villagers. The NSS Unit of our college also constructed and donated a public toilet for ladies in Khageswar Bazar , Tinsukia. The volunteers of our NSS Units attended a number of national and regional camps and in 2018, Paulomi Mukherjee attended the International youth exchange programme in China. The units achieved number of awards from the university, State Govt and NGOs for their remarkable contribution in community service.      


Best PO & Best Volunteer (state level)Award: 2017-18

Best NSS Unit award for 2019-20 session

Gold Medal for NSS Unit for conducting anti-tobacco Campaign

List of volunteers attended various national/regional NSS Camps:

Name of the volunteer

Name of the Camp

Place of Camp


Maitrayee Sabhapandit

Mayuri Sharma

Sony Belder

Pratiksha Chaliha

Chandana Deka

National Integration Camp

Waikhom Mani Girls’ College, Thoubal, Manipur


Priyanki Dev Chaudhury

Punam Chakraborty

Maitrayee Sabhapandit

Mayuri Sharma

Dipika Hazarika

Jinti Borah

Youth Exchange and Home Stay

Andhra University


Aparna Bhardwaj

Nirmali Sonowal

Adventure Camp

Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Mountaineering and Allied Sports, Manali, Himachal Pradesh


Panna Priyom Borah

NSS Mega National Camp

Dibrugarh University


Anupama Bhaumick

Laxmi Varmah

National Integration Camp

Goa University


Parismita Moran

Sweety Dutta

Youth Exchange and Home Stay

Gujarat University


Sadhana Mandal

Chimpi Gohain

NE NSS Festival



Paulomi Mukherjee

International Youth Exchange Programme



Archana Kumari

Borokha Dutta

Indira Changmai

Sadhana Mandal

Priyanka Roy

Nikita Kumari

Punam Kumari

Sonali Kustha

Mausumi Karmakar

NE NSS Festival

Don Bosco College, Itanagar


Ritumoni Deka

Elisha Moran

Shibanee Sharma

Mrinali Hazarika

Khusboo Sonowal

NE NSS Festival

Kohima College of Arts and Science, Nagaland


Urbashi Saikia

National Integration Camp

Jagannath Kishore College, Purulia, West Bengal


Trishna Das

National Integration Camp

Midnapur, West Bengal


Avantika Routh

National Youth Parliament (Represented Assam)

Parliament House, New Delhi