Sopore College Releases NSS News Bulletin
Sopore, Sep 24: NSS advisory committee and IQAC of the Sopore Degree College released NSS News Bulletin-2011 in the campus on Saturday.
According to a communiqué, the function was presided over by Principal, Prof. Nasreen Malik and attended by all the faculty members and students.
Cultural events including gazal, skit, and laughter show were presented by NSS volunteers, the communiqué said, adding the main objective was to create awareness among the students about menace of social evils like drug addiction and effects of smoking.
The Bulletin, the communiqué, said encompasses and highlights all activities and observance of important National Days undertaken under the banner of NSS.
Releasing the issue, College Principal, Prof. Nasreen Malik said “Publication of News Bulletin highlights the students’ activities during their academic calendar.”
Appreciating the role of NSS volunteers, Prof. Nasreen emphasized to follow the spirit of National Service Scheme in letter and spirit. Dr. A M Dar, NSS PO highlighted the achievements and activities of NSS undertaken during the session.
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