Services for the welfare of the economically weaker section of the society must be the first priority of NSS Volunteers , says Bhowmick

Shillong, February 21, 2020: The Registrar of William Carey University, Shillong, Dr. Soma Bhowmick on Saturday asked all the National Service Scheme volunteers of the university to spend their time, energy and services for the welfare of the society.

Speaking at the Orientation Programme for the NSS Volunteers of the University at Nongmynsong in Shillong, Dr. Bhomick said the volunteers should direct their services for the welfare of the economically weaker section of the society.

She also said the NSS members who have the NSS Certificates would find them very useful especially at the time of interview for job seekers. She also informed them that the NSS activities would help them to develop a better personally and be more articulate while interaction with authorities with confidence.

The programme was oriented by the NSS programme officers of William Carey University, Mr Marbudiaki Wankhar, Ms Weenalizia Lyngdoh Mawphlang Ms Idahunheimonmitre Thubru and Mr George Kerry Sunn. These NSS programme officers presented a slide show before the faculties and NSS volunteers, in which, knowledge and information about the NSS activities have been imparted.

The NSS volunteers shared their experiences about their involvement in various NSS activities, which has given them a platform to grow and develop their personality and to serve the community with a sense of belongingness. A video presentation was shown to the volunteers which gives a glimpse about the programmes and activities being done under the National Service Scheme and also the various programmes and festivals participated in the state and the across the North Eastern region.

The programme started with a warm welcome address by the NSS Program Officer, George Kerry Sunn. Dr. PGJ Richard, Programme Coordinator of NSS William Carey University expressed deep gratitude to the NSS Cell of WCU for the various achievements and the past NSS volunteers for placing the William Carey University on a high pedestal among the other universities in the North Eastern Region.