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NSS Stands for National Service Scheme. The main objective of the National Service Scheme as envisaged originally was service to the community, offered while undergoing instruction, in an educational institution. It was sought to arouse the social consciousness of students and provide them with the opportunity to work with the people around the educational campuses creatively and constructively and to put the education they received to concrete social use. The motto, i.e., the watchword of the NSS is “Not Me But You”. This expresses the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for selfless service and appreciation of the other man’s point of view and also to show consideration for fellow human beings. It underlines that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society as a whole. Don Bosco College Maram has been in the forefront of NSS activities. The NSS unit has strength of 350 volunteers. The impetus is to give the students best educational experience in order to make them responsible and productive citizens of the country.

We have three effervescent NSS units which have been established with a rudimentary objective of providing a dais for the interested students to partake in social work during their free time.





8th Sept ’18  Blood Donation Camp Join in this Nobel Task


Staff Coordinator Unit I 
Sr. Sweta CCV, (Dept. of Comm.)
Staff Coordinator Unit II
Mr. Shyamsunder (Dept. of Comm.)

Staff Coordinator Unit III

Mr. Ngaomei (Dept. of P. Sci.)

YEAR 2018 – 19

8th Sept ’18 – Blood Donation Camp – See Invitation
01 to 15th Aug ’18 NSS Swachhta Pakhwada Observed 


             SHRI. RAJESHAM (Divisional Forest Officer, Senapati District) SHRI. SEIMINTHANG (State NSS Officer, Manipur)

Year 2017-18 – Download Report

18th & 19th Jan – Two Days Workshop

On the 18th and 19th of Jan 2018 the Department of Social Work  in collaboration with the NSS Unit of DBC Maram organized a Two Days Workshop under the theme “Stepping  Towards Social Prosperity”. The Resource person and animator of the Two Days’ Workshop was Fr. Rajeev Chakranarayan SJ, Director of St. Xavier Social Service Society Ahmadabad (SXSSS). The theme was deliberately chosen in view of the present varied phenomenon which calls for everyone to join hands and march towards social prosperity. The workshop comprised of various activities which include interaction, Ice breaking Session and formal sessions with special focus on Youth Transformation and Social Issues. With much keen interest more than hundreds of students participated in the Workshop with different learning’s on Responsibilities towards  community, Importance of Education and creating goals for social change.The workshop was productively concluded with a question Hour session followed by the word of thanks from Sr. Rose Mary vice Principal conveying her immense appreciation towards Fr. Rajeev for bestowing knowledge and life morals on the Students. In conclusion, we the NSS are very grateful to our Principal (Dr.) Fr. K.O.Sebastian for his valuable support and guidance without which many of our activities would not have been achieved. We are thankful to our colleagues and NSS Volunteers for their support and cooperation.

31st Oct – National Unity Day

Remembering SardarVallabhbhai Patel’s contribution in creating a modern India post-independence, RashtriyaEktaDiwas (National Unity Day) was celebrated on 31st October, 2017 by NSS Cell Manipur University where 54 volunteers of Don Bosco College participated in the Mega event of Run for Unity. The NSS volunteers along with their Programme officer Sr. Sweta left for Imphal at 4.30 a.m. and reached the spot at 10.00 a.m. The programme began at 11.00 a.m. The chief guest of this event was Prof.Adya Prasad Pandey the Vice Chancellor of Manipur University.  The event ‘Run for Unity’ event was the key highlight where all the NSS volunteers along with their programme officers paid tribute to SardarVallabhbhai Patel and appreciated his efforts to unite India.

21st Oct – Trip to Dziiko Valley

The objective of NSS stands for Personality Development through Community Service, knowing the depth of its meaning; the NSS units undertook a Two days field trip to Dzukou Valley (Nagaland) on 21st October 2017 to 22nd October 2017. Around 45 NSS volunteers along with Sir John Britto, Miss Lophro and Miss Anna Maria. The NSS volunteers were marvelled to see amazing beauty of Dzukou Valley. To keep the memory alive, the volunteers took many snaps enjoying the beauty of Dzukou. The trip was very interesting and left prints of life memory. Everyone had a good time to be with one another. The NSS volunteers did express thanks to the Programme Officer as well as to the College for giving opportunities of such exposure programmes to build ourselves in the right perspective of the motto “Not me, But you.”

O2nd Oct – Gandhi Jayanti – A tribute to ‘Father of the Nation: (Cleanliness drive)

On the auspicious day of Gandhi Jayanti the enthusiastic volunteers of NSS Units paid a tribute to the father of the Nation by observing cleanliness drive in their adopted villages. Before cleaning the village, the members collected necessary equipment. The cleanliness drive of the village included the removal of plastics, plucking of weeds, preparing drainage etc. The villagers too joined with volunteers in rendering their service. 

Swacchata hi Sewa

In connection with the mission ‘Swacchta hi Sewa’ the NSS unit I of the college organised a one day cleanliness drive in the college. The NSS volunteers assemble the necessary equipment for the drive before the programme. A total of 300 volunteers from all the three units were present for the drive. They started picking up litters and waste from surroundings of the college and the road side. The volunteers also cleaned up the drainages and pit holes. The Principal, staff and students of the college expressed their happiness towards all the volunteers for their selfless contribution. After the drive the NSS volunteers were served light refreshment.

The NSS Foundation day

The NSS Foundation day was celebrated with lot of joy and enthusiasm by the NSS volunteers of Don Bosco College, Maram in the Assembly ground. The celebration commenced with a key note of Dr. Fr. K.O. Sebastian, the principal of the college encouraging the NSS volunteers and their service to the society Miss Sandhya Pradhan of BTT 3rd semester delivered a speech on importance of NSS for the development of the society. The NSS volunteers presented NSS anthem expressing their zeal and enthusiasm towards the building up of the nation. Fr. K.O. Sebastian the principal in his speech said that the volunteers should try to follow the words of “NSS Anthem” as this spirit can mobilize the youth and bring about a positive change in the society.

2nd September – Blood Donation Camp and Medical Camp

National Service Scheme organised a Voluntary Blood Donation Camp and a Free Mega Medical camp at college premises on 2nd September, 2017 in association with Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Science (JENIMS) & National Health Mission (NHM) and was sponsored by Lion’s Club Imphal greater.With an over whelming response of 101 blood donors showed the response of their altruism and generosity in saving someone’s life. The donors were awarded with a certificate and a badge.

There was excellent response to medical camp. More than 300 patients took benefit of free consultation. Doctors specialized in medicines, dental care, gynaecologist; paediatricians provided services for medical camp. These services included general health screenings for blood sugar, blood pressure and weight; the physicians also provided advice in response to specific health complaints within their respective fields, free of charge. It was a truly successful event and NSS of DBC is extremely grateful for the support and involvement of the many health care professionals from JENIMS, NHM, Lions  Club Imphal Greater, the altruistic blood donors and the community for making this event a beautiful demonstration of humanity joining together to spread the message of peace and serve a greater good.


The presentation ceremony of Manipur University NSS Award 2015 cum closing ceremony of the 3rd MU NSS week 2015 was held in the Court Hall of Manipur University. The programme officer of NSS unit 1 Sr. Sweta William Parmar and some volunteers attended this ceremony. In the presentation hour, Sr. Sweta was honoured with the MU NSS Award for the Best Programme Officer and Miss R.K.Letina with the Best NSS volunteer. They both were conferred with memento, certificate and a cash prize. Miss Charani and Miss Hridzzia were also given a certificate of appreciation and memento for their service and contribution to NSS.

26th Aug – One day tree plantation drive

One day Tree Plantation Drive was organised by NSS on 26th August, 2017, to sensitize the NSS volunteers on the value of Tree Plantation.  The saplings were donated by the 34 Assam Riffles Maram Bazar and Gorkha students’ union of Senapati district for the celebration of their golden jubilee. They provided the NSS with 300 saplings: 150 hollow plants, 100 China teak plants and 50 Parkiaspeciosa (Yongchak or monkey rice). The tree plantation drive was inaugurated by Dr. Fr. K.O. Sebastian the Principal of the college and he encouraged the NSS volunteers to plant more and more trees and make this world a better place to live in.

15th Aug – Independence Day celebration

The 71st Independence Day was celebrated at DBC Maram with great enthusiasm and gaiety by the NSS volunteers. On the day of the event the NSS Volunteers and Programme officers reported at 7.30 am. The chief guest who graced this occasion for the hoisting of flag was Shri KhSiile Anthony, Director, HRD & E, NEC, Shillong. The event began at 7:30 am with a march past followed by the unfurling of the National flag and the National anthem.It was then time to sit back and enjoy the cultural programs by the NSS Volunteers. Each unit put up their own program involving themselves in Dance, fancy dress, Music and Speech. Shri KhSiile Anthony the chief guest of the day in his speech encouraged the volunteers to respect and uphold our country’s value, and the rich heritage. The programme was ended with the distribution of sweets.

11th Aug – Inter-club patriotic dance competition

In preparation for Independence Day, the patriotic dance competition was held amongst the various clubs of the college by NSS on 11th August, 2017. Each club resplendent in the colours of the national flag put up a dance show. Meaning charts added to each performance. Each club did their best guided by the club coordinators. The competition was adjudged by the assistant professors of the college. It was a great show and the entire school was involved in cheering, encouraging, lauding and appreciating the singers. The success of the show could be well judged by the smile on the faces of the students and the teachers.

Swachh Bharat Pakhwada:

The National Service Scheme Units of the college undertook the installation of dustbins in the college campus as well as in the adopted village to observe the Swacchata Pakhwada. The volunteers collected 50 empty oil tins and prepared dustbins out of it. The volunteers divided themselves into four groups and went to different areas of Maram and installed the dustbins. This initiative was encouraged by the Principal, teachers and the villagers.

27th July – AIDS awareness program

Awareness on HIV/AIDS and Prevention Programme was organised on 27th July, 2017 by Dr. H. Loli the chief Medical Officer of Senapati district. In this session he gave detailed information about AIDS & what are the precautions should be taken to avoid AIDS. After the session there was an interactive session where all the volunteers actively took part in an interaction & cleared their misconceptions.

29th July – Enrolment drive and Orientation program:

The Inauguration cum Orientation programme of National Service Scheme (NSS) and an Awareness programme on HIV/AIDS by RRC of Don Bosco College, Maram was organised at the college auditorium on 29th July, 2017 at 9.00 a.m. The Programme was graced by Shri. FaumeiGonglin IPS as the Chief Guest and Dr. H. Loli the CMO of Senapati District  in the presence of Rev.Fr .(Dr) K.O. Sebastian, the Principal and rector of the college, Sr. Rosemary Adhaphro FMA the vice Principal, Sr. Arpita SMMI  & Sr. Sweta CCV the Programme Officers, Miss Anne Maria the JY Full timer and 379 NSS volunteers. The programme began with the lighting of the lamp followed by words of encouragement from the principal, speech from the Chief Guest and colourful items such as Skit, Songs and Dances.


The NSS Unit I of Don Bosco College Maram conducted its annual special camp on 1st – 7th December, 2017, at Ramlung Village, with the theme “YOUTH FOR CLEAN INDIA”. Sr. Sweta William, the programme officer coordinated the camp. The Special camp was attended by 52 NSS volunteers from the college. The campers had the privilege of physical and mental input during the camp. The objective of the camp was to bring awareness about the “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan”. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan should not be a mere re-branding exercise. There is no doubt about the fact that change begins at home. Every NSS volunteers should take it upon himself or herself to make this campaign a success rather than waiting for the government to do. Let us also hope that this can change the attitude of the people towards hygiene and be the change everyone wants to see. See More

YEAR 2016 – 17 Download Report

31st March, 2017 One Day National Seminar

A one day national seminar organised by National Service Scheme cell (NSS), Manipur University on ‘Youth Empowerment Nation Building’ was inaugurated in the Centenary Hall, Manipur University on 31st March, 2017.  NSS volunteers from DBC Maram participated in this seminar. Sr. Sweta the P.O. of NSS Unit-1 presented a paper on the topic ‘Empower youth empower nation’.

12th to 16th January, 2017 National Youth Festival at Haryana

The 21st National Youth Festival (NYF) was orgnaised form January 12 to 16 at Rohtak under collaboration of the Centre and Haryana government on the theme ‘Youth for Digital India’. The NYF witnessed participation of youths from all over the country. The whole of North East region was led by Sr. Sweta with 20 NSS volunteers. Four volunteers were privileged from DBC Maram to witness such a great event. The opening ceremony began with various performers from Haryana conveying the message of “BetiBachaoBetiPadhao.”, an idea which originated in Haryana to complement the idea of saving the girl child.Cultural aspects of Haryana were in focus throughout the ceremony while our Guests of Honors settled in. Swami Vivekananda’s ideology on the potential of youth was conveyed to the masses in a very inspiring manner by our lovely host.

The CM  of Haryana Shri ManoharLalKhattar lead the lighting of lamp to honor the Gods above and to signify the eternal flame of Swami Vivekananda’s spirit which continues to inspire not only Indians but also the people around the world. This was followed by introducing each team representing their state showcasing their culture, traditional dresses and history in a very colourful and vivid way.

The event was glorified with the virtual presence of the Prime Minister Of India, Mr.NarendraModi who brought the challenges faced by this country and the goals of this country to the surface. He inspired the youth overcome these challenges by not straying from one’s path at this tender age when one must strive to be better and responsible citizens of the country. He emphasized on the concepts of social harmony by creating an atmosphere of mutual respect which is the agenda of the youth fest. His vision of digital India which will help in development in every aspect was the theme of this fest. This theme was represented by a splendid dance performance later on. The prime minister’s speech integrated Swami’s vision for the youth.

The event concluded with smiles and pride as everyone hummed Jai Ho and  Chakh De India! as the performers stunned everyone and the 21st National Youth Fest commenced.

21st to 25th November, 2016 North-East Youth Festival, Aizawl, Mizoram  

NSS Regional Centre, Guwahati in collaboration with NSS Cell Mizoram & Sports and Youth Service Department organized five days NSS North-East Fest-2016 at Berawtlang, Aizawl from 21st November to 25th November, 2016. Sr. Sweta the P.O. of NSS unit-1 accompanied 4 NSS Volunteers along with the other 20 volunteers from Manipur. This festival aimed at developing the personality of the younger generations of the region and to highlight the region’s rich indigenous culture combined with folk songs, tribal dances, cuisines and handicrafts. See More


On the first day of the camp, the campers arrived at the spot at around 3:00 pm. Then they involve in small work of preparations for the camp. At 4:00 p.m., the volunteers were registered for the camp. The registration was followed by a social work of cleaning up the camp site and freeing the campsite from plastics and other wastes. The NSS programme officer of Unit I Sr. Sweta in her speech highlighted the 7days camp and its rules and regulations of the camp and how a volunteer takes part in it. See more

Year 2015 – 16 Download Report

INAUGURATION CUM ORIENTATION 31/07/2015 Venue: HRC hall of DBC, Maram

The NSS Inauguration cum Orientation programme was held at HRC Hall on 31st July after the college hour. The Programme was graced by A.K. Singh (C.O. of GREF) as the Chief Guest and his colleagues in the presence of Rev.Fr .(Dr)K.O. Sebastian, the Principal and rector of the college, Programme Officers, teaching staffs and newly recruited volunteers of NSS. See More


On the first day of the camp, the campers arrived at the spot at around 3:00 pm. Then they involve in small work of preparations for the camp. At around 3:00 pm, the volunteers were registered for the camp. The registration was followed by a social work of cleaning up the camp site and freeing the campsite from plastics and other wastes. The inaugural programme started at around 5:30 pm. Fr. K.O. Sebastian, the Rector and Principal of the college, hoisted the NSS flag and the NSS volunteers sang the NSS anthem and saluted the flag with utmost honour and respect. See More 

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