GDC Pattan celebrates NSS day
Srinagar: NSS unit of Government Degree College Pattan celebrated ‘NSS Day’ by organizing awareness cum literacy camp at Ferozpora village in Tangmarg.
A group of volunteers along with two programme officers were flagged off by the Principal, Prof. Shaheen Altaf.
The group of 40 NSS volunteers compromising B A. 1st, 2nd, 3rd year (Boys and Girls) went into the village and interacted with the people. “The objective of the visit was to inculcate the spirit of community service among the volunteers,” a communiqué issued by the college said.
The volunteers described the interaction useful and effective. Later the volunteers visited Government Sub-District Hospital, Tangmarg, with the objective of cleanliness drive.
“They expressed happiness and satisfaction on finding the hospital clean and properly sanitized,” the communiqué said.
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