NSS Unit bagged 3rd Prize in Voluntary Blood Donation

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The NSS Unit of Govt. T.Romana College received 3rd prize in Voluntary Blood Donation among the Institutions of Mizoram during the year 2014-2015. The Prize Distribution function cum Observation of World Blood Donor Day was organised by Mizoram State AIDS Control Society (MSACS) and Association for Voluntary Blood Donation(AVBD), Mizoram at I&PR Auditorium on June 12, 2015. Dr Malsawmliana, Programme Officer received the Certificate of Appreciation and memento(Dekchi) from the Chief Guest Shri R.Lalzirliana, Hon’ble Home Minister, Mizoram. The unit has donated 200 units in a series of two blood donation camps during 2014-2015.

Recent Activities of the NSS Unit (2015)

1. The NSS Unit, Govt. T.Romana College sent two volunteers, Mr Lalremruata and Miss Rody Lalnunsiami both from VIth Semester to attend the nss 2015National Youth Festival at Guwahati, Assam.

2. The NSS Unit of the College visited our NSS Plantation Site at Damdiai on 19 February, 2015 in which twenty-five volunteers participated.

3. As the State Liaison Officer(SLO) instructed all the units to visit and maintain their plantation site, the unit has visited the plantation site at Damdiai on 23.02.2015 in which 30 volunteers, 4(four) Programme Officers and 2 (two) office staff participated.

4. Construction of Public Urinal at Republic Veng, Aizawl Mizoram during 12-19th May, 2014.

5. Construction of Public waiting shed at Khawbel, Serchhip District during 21-27th February, 2015

6. Career Awareness campaign programme at Khawbel, Serchhip District during 21-27th February, 2015

NSS Voluntary Blood Donation Camp 2014

blood-donation14As part of its regular activities, the NSS Unit, Govt. T.Romana College and Red Ribbon Club organised a voluntary blood donation camp in the College on 16th October, 2014. This is the second time the NSS Unit of the College organised such camp in 2014. Blood Bank staff from Civil Hospital, Aizawl came in the College campus and collected the donated blood. One hundred and seventy (170) units of blood from 119 male students and 51 female students were donated for Civil Hospital, Aizawl.

 

ABOUT GTRC NSS UNIT

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The National Service Scheme (NSS) Units of T.Romana College was started with a view to establish a meaningful linkage between the institution and the Community. Initially, the College has four Units with 400 volunteers under the guidance of two Programme Officers (P.Os). The number of volunteers has increased gradually and reached the highest enrollment in 1999-2000. During this year 700 students were enrolled as volunteers.

At present, the college has five Units with 500 volunteers under the guidance of 5 Programme Officers (P.Os.). The Programme Officers in charge of the NSS Units are:

1. Dr. Malsawmliana, Dept. of History
2. Mr. Lalnunzira, Dept. of Mizo
3. Mr. H.Lalnunmawia, Dept. of Economics
4. Mr. Lalsangzela Pachuau, Dept. of Political Science, and
5. Dr. Vanlalchami, Dept. of English.

All the services of the NSS Unit were performed through Regular Activities of the Unit as well as through Special Camping programmes. These services include Voluntary Blood Donation, AIDS Awareness Campaign, roadside plantation of trees, community development etc. Besides, the NSS Unit of the college has also played an active role in social works such as construction of waiting sheds, public urinals, and pavilion in public playgrounds in collaboration with the community of the concerned areas.

During the past years, the NSS Unit of this College has selected several villages as adopted villages. These adopted villages were given priority where student volunteers and the POs directly involve themselves for the development and upliftment of such villages. Within these areas the Unit has also undertaken several programmes like - literacy campaign, Career Guidance, AIDS awareness, Cleanliness drive etc. Under the Government’s Programme of plantation and afforestation, the Unit planted thousands of saplings at different sites and places. At present, two plantation sites at Durtlang and Sihhmui villages are looked after by the unit itself, wherein clearing of weeds, fencing and other activities are undertaken at regular intervals.

One of the remarkable services of the unit is the voluntary donation of blood for use in hospitals. This service is being rendered regularly following the annual calendar chalked out by the State NSS Cell. While organizing the camp, the volunteers willingly donate their blood for patients in hospitals.

Keeping in view the needs and expectations of the community, it has always been the endeavor of the college NSS Unit to render its services at its level best.

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