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REPORT ON NSS SPECIAL CAMP (RESIDENTIAL) HELD AT VILLAGE – DIDAURA, MORADABAD

NSS unit of Teerthanker Mahaveer University, Moradabad organized a special camp in the adopted village, Didaura from 04-02-2016 to 09-02-2016. This special camp was organised with the help of Panchayati Raj Department of Moradabad. The main project for this camp was based on, to make the village Didaura free from open defecation .The Volunteers of the NSS unit performed many other activities – awareness programmes as literacy, tree plantation, health and hygiene, construction and repairs, communal harmony etc.

Day – 1
The forenoon session of the Day began with a Procession by volunteers in the village. Volunteers rallied into the streets of the village to create awareness among the villagers about the ensuing special camp programme in their village for a period of one week. This was followed by an inauguration Program held at Junior High School of Village. The programme was started with lightening the lamp and NSS song. The chief guest Mr. Mahendra Pratap Singh, Deputy Director Panchayati Raj Department, Moradabad and other dignitaries were welcomed by NSS Programme Co-ordinator Dr. Alok Kumar Mishra, The inaugural speech was delivered by Deputy Director Panchayati Raj Department, Moradabad Mr. M.P. Singh, Dean academics of the university Prof. K.K. Pandey and Principal of CCSIT Prof. R.K. Dwivedi, emphasised the role of NSS in the community service. Program was conducted by NSS Programme officer of the unit Mr. Navneet Shekhar Singh, Dr. Vinod Kumar Pandey and Miss Shivani Agarwal, Assistant Professor of the department of social work have also expressed their opinions about the NSS camp. Sarpanch of the Village and several village people attended the function. Village authorities welcomed the team of Volunteers into their village and assured them all sorts of co-operation needed in making the special camp a success. During the Afternoon of the First Day Volunteers interacted with Village people and visited the people in their houses discussed about their needs and requirements and harms of open defecation. Volunteers created awareness through door to door campaign on cleanliness, spread of diseases, importance of environment and judicious use of Electricity, water harvesting and importance of ground water. After taking dinner volunteers discussed the project agenda and activities with NSS programme officer, before going into the bed volunteers sang the NSS song.

Day – 2

In the dawn of the second Day, volunteers started their campaign by contacting those villagers who were going for open defecation they made them aware about the diseases caused by open defecation. In the day time a survey was conducted to know the basic toilet facilities in the houses of the villagers. In the camp volunteers organised a Shramadanam Programme. About 50 volunteers divided themselves into sub groups and went into the streets, lanes and by lanes of the village and organized a cleanliness drive. Volunteers cleaned the village roads, removed dust heaps and cleared the stagnant drainage flows and attempted to create awareness on Cleanliness and hygiene. They swept with brooms on the roads of the village.
In the following Session, a Personality Development Programme was organized. A full length discussion was initiated and Faculty Members joined in the programme. A Brain storming session was organized. Thoughts and ideas were exchanged on Leadership quality and Team Spirit and importance of collective responsibility in achieving common goals of community service.
Day – 3
The Forenoon Session of third day began with door to door contact with village people for the use of toilets and avoids the habits of open defecation. Volunteers also identified those village people who do not have toilet facility in their homes.
In the evening session volunteers organised a street play focused on the harmfulness of the open defecation, this street play was very successful, Local People shown their interest and awareness about this issue disseminated in the community.

Day – 4

The Subject of fourth day camp was creation of healthy society through community health services. Top most priority was given to Free Physio Treatment to underprivileged Rural People. A public announcement was made and door to door communication done by our volunteers to inform people to avail free health services. The response was excellent and about 150 village people came forward for physiotherapy. After the Lunch Break the service was continued till evening. This health check up camp was proved very successful and created a harmonious environment in the community. NSS volunteers also discussed with village people about the avoidance of open defecation. It was also felt that a sense of awareness is arsing in the community. At evening again an intensive door to door contact was done in the leadership of NSS program officer.

Day – 5

The fifth day of the camp was full of events, It was mainly dedicated to Plantation Programme, role play on the health and cleanliness and a dance competition of youngsters. Volunteers collected about 200 saplings from nearby Nursery and brought them into the village and started planting saplings. All the volunteers formed several groups of 4-5 and were advised to plant two saplings in the gardens, courtyards and safe places of every house in the village. Encouraged the volunteers and villagers by joining the plantation programme. In the afternoon an awareness programme on environment was conducted. A role play was also organised by volunteers, they disseminated the message of health and hygiene. Later a dance competition was organised for young lads and prize was distributed by NSS program officer.

Day – 6

The Six day began with Prarthana and Yoga. The Volunteers discussed the day plan with programme officer Mr. Navneet Shekhar Singh and decided to identify those children who are not enrolled in the Primary school. They have decided to make a door to door contact with the village people. They also decided to take a class in the primary school for awareness and motivation of the students on health, sanitation and environment. In the afternoon session volunteers organized a volleyball Match for Adolescent and youth of the village. At evening volunteers organized a cultural programme and bone fire.

Day – 7

The seventh day was the closing day of the camp. In continuation to Previous Day Programme, the Forenoon Session of 6th day was dedicated to cleanliness of a government library situated in the community. Volunteers wake up in the early morning and went with NSS program officer to clean the library. This activity was very influential and the village people assured the volunteers to keep the maintenance of the cleanliness in the library as well as in the community. A drawing competition was also organised by the volunteers on health and environment and distributed prizes to the winners. The second session of the day was allotted to valedictory function. Function was presided over by Dr. P.N Arora (Joint Registrar,TMU), Dr. Praveen Pandey (HOD, Mech.) Sri R.K. Jain (HOD, Civil), Dr. Alok Kumar Mishra ,Program Co-ordinator NSS TMU, Mr. Manoj Shukla, Consultant, Unicef, Dr. Vinod Kumar Pandey and Ms. Shivani Agarwal. Asstt. Prof. deptt. Of Social work addressed to volunteers. NSS Program officer, TMU, Navneet Shekhar addressed the gathering and explained about various service activities undertaken during the period of stay in the village. Prof. P.N. Arora appreciated the Volunteers and staff for their work and thanked the village authorities for their support. Dr. Alok Kumar Mishra , NSS Program Coordinator profusely thanked the volunteers and program officer and the Management of the college for their various service activities and assured all sorts of co-operation in their future operations as an adopted village. The session concluded by vote of thanks proposed by NSS Program officer Mr.Navneet Shekhar Singh.

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