A. N.C.C. - National Cadet
One platoon of infantry of
N.C.C.unit for Boys has been
allotted to this College.
The Infantry Wing is located
in the Salipur College
compound, named A/3/1. P.L.
N.C.C.under Prof. Dr. M. M.
Das. This platoon is
attached to I (O)
B.N.C.C.,Cuttack one N.C.C.
unit has been opened for
girls students from 26th
March 2004 with intake
capacity of 50 students
cadets under the officer
incharge Ex-A NO Mrs
Prabasini Devi, Lecturer in
Education thereby fulfilling
Long standing demand for
Enrolment is open to all
students who satisfy
standard or physical
fitness. Enrolment form can
be had from N.C.C. Office or
from the N.C.C. Officer
Capt. M. M. Das, Head of the
Department in Philosophy.
Training commences in
August. The Enrolment form
duly filled In must reach
the N.C.C. Officer or the
N.C.C. Office prior to the
commencement of the
training. N.C.C. students
are not allowed to be
enrolled in N.S.S. and Y.R.C.
Charges of indiscipline made
against a cadet will be
seriously dealt with and
will be disposed of as per
procedure and punishment in
the N.C.C. Act. 1948.
3. ADVANTAGES OF N.C.C
The aims of N.C.C. are
development of leadership
spirit of sportsmanship and
the ideal of service and to
create a force of
disciplined and trained
manpower, which in a
national emergency would be
of assistance to the country
and to provide training of
student with a view to
developing in them officer
like qualities, thus also
enabling them to obtain
commission in the Armed
Forces. Students having
N.C.C. qualification are
always given preference in
competitive examination like
NDA, IMA etc.
B. NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME (N.S.S.)
The National Service Scheme has been
introduced from the session 1974-75
in Salipur College, Salipur.
1. OBJECTIVES OF THE N.S.S. :
The over all objective of the N.S.S.
is "Service to the Community”
offered while undergoing instruction
in an Educational institution. It is
sought to arouse the social
conscience of students and provide
them with the opportunity to work
with people around the educational
campus creatively and constructively
and to put the Education they
receive to concrete social use. its
motto is "NOT ME, BUT YOU"
2. THE NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME
It consists of the Principal as the
Chairman, the Senior N.S.S. Officer
as the Secretary, other N.S.S.
Officers and lecturer volunteers
interested in Social Service and the
student representatives who are the
leaders of the student teams working
on different projects. It will serve
as the policy determining and
project approving body.
3. FUNCTIONS OF THE COMMITTEE :
The committee is the Chief Policy-
Determining and Programme approving
body of all N.S.S. activities in the
4. ENROLLMENT :
a) There are Two Gents units
and one girl unit and consisting of
50 volunteers each desirous students
may apply to the Principal on or
before a stipulated date in a
prescribed application form there
after a selection will be done by
"The National Service Scheme
Committee" for enrolment,
application forms can be had from
N.S.S. Office N.S.S.is an
alternative to N.C.C.
b) In view of the fact, that
the programme has to develop from
below,it is necessary that for every
50 students there should be one
lecturer to be designated as "Programme
Officer N.S.S." He/she should be
asserted by 4 senior students to be
designated as "Programme
Assistants." Clerical assistance and
Store-keeping should be related to
the actual requirements out of funds
available to the College.
5. ACTIVITY :
An N.S.S. student volunteer must
have to work atleast for 120 hours
in a year out of which 20 hours can
be used on the first year for
"Orientation Programme" in the
General Orientation ... 2 hours
Specific Orientation ... 8 hours
Programme skill learning ... 10
Total = ... 20 hours
6. CAMPS :
There are integral and important
constituent elements of Programme
Camps which may be held weekly or
for the duration of 10 days during
vacations and holidays. The camps
may be of Inter Collegewise, Inter
University, Statewise of Inter
statewise. In addition to
Collegewise camps in rural areas
which are bound to be greater in
number, a few special camps may be
arranged University wise and
statewise for specific purpose. 50%
of the student volunteers may be
selected to attend camps. Their
expenses in the camp will be met by
the funds available from the
7. DISCIPLINE :
It is must for all the student -
volunteers while in fieldwork, in
camp or in College to abide by the
lawful instruction of the Programme
officer N.S.S. Breach of discipline
will be seriously dealt with.
8. FUNDS :
University gives substantial grants
towards this maintaining in an
atmosphere of learning in the Campus
through exchange of idea and
intellectual discussions which will
urge and inspire the teachers and
the taught alike to divert their
attention from the current craze for
information to pursuit of knowledge.
C. Y.R.C. ( YOUTH RED CROSS)
The Junior Red Cross Unit has been
introduced from the Session 1976-77
in Salipur College, Salipur.
1. OBJECTIVES :
Junior Red Cross is organised for
the purpose of inculcating in the
children of the country, the ideal
of peace and the practice of
service,especially in relation to
the case of their own health and
that of other,the understanding and
acceptance of civil and human
responsibility,and the cultivation
and maintenance of a spirit of
friendly helpfulness towards other
children in all countries the aims
may be briefly summarised as
a) The Promotion of health.
b) Service to the sick and
c) International friendliness.
2. FORMATION OF GROUP :
There shall be a J.R.C. Unit in the
College consisting of student
volunteers and a member of the
teaching staff who will function as
Counsellor of the group and will
remain in-charge of the
activities.The desirous students may
apply to the Counsellor on or before
a stipulated date to enrol as the
members of the J.R.C. group the next
step is for the Counsellor to hold a
meeting of those who have enrolled
themselves as members. For election
of office bearers namely Chairman,
vice-Chairman and Secretary and also
working out the programmes of
activities to be taken up generally
on the lines indicated there in.
3. FEES :
Rs. 6/- is to be collected from all
students at the time of
admission.Out of the total
collection 20% will be sent as State
share and the balance amount will be
deposited in a Nationalized Bank for
operation of funds of the Junior Red
Cross Group. the Principal of the
College may operate the account with
the assistance of the counsellor.
4. ACTIVITIES :
The activities of the J.R.C. Group
can be summarised as follows :
a) Practice of health habits.
b) The members will take up St.
John's Ambulance Course in First
c) College hygiene.
d) Community hygiene.
e) Service to sick and suffering.
f) Voluntary Blood Donation Camp.
g) Organisation or Red Cross
h) Home Service Welfare Work etc.