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The main aim of National Service Scheme is personality development through social service or community service. This programme is to inculcate the social welfare thoughts in the students, and to provide service to the society without any prejudice. NSS volunteers work hard day and night to ensure that every one in our society who is needy gets the every possible help from them so that they can also enhance their standards and lead a life of dignity in the society with all of us. In doing so the volunteers themselves learn a lot from the people in villages like how to struggle and how to lead a happy life in the extreme scarcity of resources and so on. Another aim is personality development through social service.


  • Cleaning
  • Afforestation
  • Stage shows or Procession creating awareness on social problems, education, cleanliness etc,
  • Inviting doctors for health camps

The motto of NSS is “NOT ME BUT YOU”. It underlines that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society as a whole. This expresses the essence of democratic living upholds the need of self-less service and appreciation of the other man’s point of view and also consideration for fellow human beings. Therefore NSS Volunteers shall strive for the well-being of the society.

There are no pre-defined or pre-assigned tasks. It is left to the volunteers to provide service to society in any way that is feasible. Camps typically last between a week to ten days. Camps for shorter periods are also conducted.

  • Major Projects Undertaken
  • Adoption of Village
  • Construction and repair of roads
  • Afforestation
  • Conducting Literacy Classes
  • Water conservation Project
  • Plastic Eradication


What Is Red Ribbon?

A global symbol created in1991 in New York. Solidarity with people living with HIV and AIDS & aimed at uniting the people in the common fight against the disease.

HIV/AIDS Youth Scenario

  • 10 Million youth (aged 15-24) worldwide are living with HIV.
  • New Infections / day: 6,000 youths
  • In India: 15-29 years aged people- 31% of the AIDS burden.
  • In view of this, MOHFW, Govt. of India has proposed to establish a network with Universities and educational institutions.
  • In Delhi (ICTC data): prevalence of HIV Infection in 15-25 years age group is 1.94%.

Rationale Behind Focusing Youth

  • Sexual curiosity and risky behavior.
  • Limited access to correct information.
  • Formal Education Institute are generally silent on psycho-social aspects of physical growth and sexuality leading to mystification and secrecy around sex.
  • The epidemic among the youth remains largely invisible.
  • The youth are economically dependent and socially inexperienced and generally have less access to health care than adults.
  • Youth are the potential change agents who can protect themselves from the lurking of AIDS as well as be ambassadors in the fight against HIV & AIDS in particular.

Role Of The Red Ribbon Club

  • Educate youth with correct, concise and adequate information and heighten their level of awareness about HIV/AIDS/STI/sexuality and other related issues (thus eliminate myths and misconceptions).
  • Enable youth, especially the female students, to identify and understand situations of exploitation and abuse. Sensitize the youth regarding care and support needs of PLWHA and instill in them the spirit of helping and supporting the people living with HIV & AIDS (PLWHA) and reduce the stigma and discrimination against them.
  • Increase youths’ access to health care services related to STI / HIV/AIDS/drug use. Create linkages between youth and governmental, non – governmental agencies and CBOs to access safer and responsible healthy behavior.
  • Organize and facilitate voluntary blood donation camps and mobilize the youth for voluntary blood donation.
  • Create among the youth a cadre of peer educators for seeking and encouraging positive health behavior as well as ensuring sustainability of the club.

Key Areas Of RRC

  • Vibrancy of Youth: Tap the vibrancy of Youth and channelizing the energy of the youth in a positive direction.
  • Sex & Sexuality, HIV/AIDS & STI: Provide access to correct information on sexuality, HIV/AIDS, STI and other youth related issues in an enabling environment to promote healthy life styles.
  • Peer Education: Develop a cadre of Peer Educators among youth.
  • Voluntary Blood Donation: Promote voluntary non-remunerated blood donation.
  • Coverage of the Scheme
  • Targets youths in group 5-29 years.
  • Cover all educational institutions like Universities, Colleges, Polytechnics and institutions.
  • Priority in the North, North-East, East and central Districts of Delhi.

Outcomes Of The Programme

  • Number of youths aware of at least 3 correct modes of transmission and know at least 2 correct modes of HIV/AIDS prevention.
  • Number of PLWHAs involved in the programme to reduce stigma and discrimination.
  • Numbers of RRCs established.
  • Number of Peer educators trained.
  • Number of other youths sensitized by peer educators regarding HIV/AIDS.
  • Number of units of blood collected through voluntary blood donation.

Formation Of Rrc Structure At District Level

  • A Regional Coordinator for supervising Program Officers of institutions.
  • Numbers of RRCs established.

Structure at Institutional Level

  • Programme Officer (NSS )
  • Student leaders

Steps of making a Red Ribbon Club

  • An orientation workshop at the institution will be organized whereby the head of the institution and relevant officials/ teachers and student groups/leaders will be oriented on the RRC scheme.
  • The workshop will conclude with the inauguration of RRC. The local VIPs may be invited and the inauguration will be presided over by the Head of the Institution.
  • Pamphlets, brochures and related IEC material will be distributed before and during inauguration of RRC Screening of HIV & AIDS, blood donation related films etc. will be undertaken during the orientation and inauguration on RRC.
  • Youth to be motivated for voluntary enrolment in RRC Names of the youths should be entered in the Membership Register.

Formation Of Advisory Committee Of Rrc At College Level

  • Patron : Vice – Chancellor, Director Higher & Technical Education
  • Chairperson : Principal/ Head of the Institute.
  • Convener : NSS Programme Officer.
  • Joint Convener : Student representatives from RRC (2 )- elected.
  • Members : Regional Coordinator, Finance officer of the RRC and two student volunteers
  • The Committee shall have a total of 10 (ten) members representing active members of teaching faculty and students.
  • RRC tenure will follow the educational session of the institution/University.
  • RRC’s activities at Institutional or higher level should not clash with or affect the educational programme and/or schedule of the Institution.
  • The strength of the club can vary from 10 to 500 voluntary members. One time grant of Rs.2500 to Institution to form RRC.