It was long since NSS had been established in this College under the auspices of the University of Burdwan and funded by the national authority of the NSS. At the moment, it has two units—Unit-I and Unit-II—of 100 volunteers each, taking 50 from each batch for every unit. The volunteers are supposed to offer their selfless service during the 1st and the 2nd Year of their College life. Generally, the duly constituted NSS Advisory Committee chooses willing male and female students who have aptitude for philanthropic and disciplined service. The volunteers are primarily guided by the NSS Programme Officers namely Swapan Kumar Mahata (Unit I) and Animesh Supkar (Uniit II) — themselves teachers of this institution— with adequate experience and training. The programmes include ‘normal activities’ like literacy training, everyday cleaning, awareness campaign on issues related to physical and moral health, personal and public hygiene, protection of environment, and a ‘special camping programme’ in some nearby village. In the last session, the camps were organised in Rangiladih (Unit- I) and Gopalchowk (Unit- II) from 8th to 14th October 2015 on the theme, “Preservation of Natural Resources and Conservation of Cultural/ Historical Heritage”.