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NSS Technical Cell | MEAEC

Unit No : 110


National Service Scheme works with the motto “NOT ME BUT YOU” and
its aim is personality development through social service.


National Service Scheme Technical Cell Unit functions at the college as unit number 110. The unit is controlled by Mr Faisal CH, Assistant Professor, Department of Science and Humanities as the Programme Officer and Ms Shahana Sheril, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering as the Associate Programme Officer. The volunteer strength of the unit is 100 and they are from second and third years. Mr Mohamed Shaffaf K M of third year Mechanical Engineering and Ms Rumaisa Hakeem of third year Civil Engineering are the volunteer secretaries of the unit.

In the academic year 2016-17, for the outstanding contributions to the social service and welfare, the unit and the Programme Officer have received special appreciation awards and the best volunteer award is bagged by Mr Ajmal PK of final year Civil engineering, from the Directorate of Technical Education, Kerala.


As per the present regulations of the APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University and the Directorate of Technical Education, volunteership starts from first year and ends only in the final year, which is from S1 to S8. The first year students will be in pre volunteership and the final years will be in post volunteership periods. So the enrolment of volunteers is for the second and the third years for their activity hours.

Every year, the unit has an intake of 50 volunteers (25 boys and 25 girls), for which the unit receives almost 200 applications. Selection of volunteers will be done only after rounds of selection processes including aptitude tests, group discussions, developmental job assignments, etc.


The selected volunteers should have to work for 240 hours the minimum during S3 to S6 (120 hours each) to be eligible for the NSS Volunteer Certificate. 120 hours are split into 70 hours of community hours, 30 hours of campus works and 20 hours of NSS orientations a year. Apart from these activities, every volunteer should have to attend a seven day’s special camp the minimum which is conducted off campus. The unit also organizes mini camping programme on the campus to mould the students to be real NSS volunteers.

MEA NSS Techincal Cell Unit: No 110
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Contact No : +91 9495033663

Postal Address
MEA NSS Technical Cell
MEA Engineering College
Vengoor P.O
Malappuram – 679325


  1. Special Appreciation Award for the Unit (2016-17, from the Directorate of Technical Education).
  2. Special Appreciation Award for the Programme Officer Mr Faisal CH (2016-17, from the Directorate of Technical Education).
  3. The Best Volunteer Award for Mr Ajmal PK of Final Year Civil Engineering (2016-17, from the Directorate of Technical Education).
  4. Appreciation Award for the Unit for Conducting Punarjjani Camp at Manjeri Government Medical College (2016-17, from Dr Thomas Isaac, the Finance Minister of Kerala).
  5. Appreciation Award for the Unit for Conducting Punarjjani Mini Camp at Community Health Centre, Puzhakkattiry (2016-17, from the Kerala State Government).
  6. Sambodh Foundation Award for Social Welfare for the Programme Officer Mr Faisal CH (2017-18).
  7. Sambodh Foundation Award for Young Social Servant for Mr Ajmal PK of Final Year Civil Engineering (2017-18).

NSS Palliative Care Day Programme (15-01-2020)

As part of the Palliative Care Day, the NSS volunteers engaged in a fundraising programme at Melattur in association with the Melattur Palliative Care Clinic. The volunteers managed to collect ₹ 72000/-

Kerala Flood Relief Activities

The NSS unit of the college has actively involved in the rescue and rehabilitation activities to the people who have been affected with flood, in August 2019. The volunteers also participated in material collection and distribution based in Malappuram District Collectorate Collection Point. The date of activity was from 9th August 2019- 18th August 2019. The coordination of the programme has even brought the attention of national media as well.

Session on Physical Fitness

On 21/09/2019, the volunteers were given a session of Physical Fitness, Basic Exercise and Healthy Food Habits. The session has been handled by the PO Mr Faisal CH.

Blood Donation Camp

In association with the Blood Bank, Perinthalmanna, a blood donation camp has been arranged on the campus on 18/22/2019. The camp was inaugurated by the Principal Dr G Ramesh and 66 units of blood has been donated

Special Camping Programme

The special camping programme for the year 2019-20 has been conducted at AMLPS Angadippuram. The project was making GIS Map of Angadippuram Grama Panjayat. The volunteers made GIS Map of 10 different wards of the panjayath. The camp was from 21st to 27th of December 2019.

International Literacy Day

On account of international literacy day, the volunteers were given training on Interview Literacy. The session has been handled by the PRO and Placement Officer Mr Baiju BS.

Mini Camping Programme

To train the new NSS volunteers of the unit, the unit arranged a mini camping programme on 15/11/2019 to 17/11/2019. The camp has been inaugurated by the ADM Mr NM Meharali and it included various sessions on orientation to NSS, Sessions on Snaked and First Aids, Mapathon, etc.

Pre Camp Orientation

In order to make the students aware of the upcoming special camping programme, a meeting has been conducted at the civil Engineering Seminar Hall on 18/12/2019. The session has been handled by the PO and the Volunteer Secretaries.