NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME
The National Service Scheme (NSS) of MCAS has 600 volunteers. NSS Units are a source of strength to MCAS. NSS volunteers are involved in literacy programmes, health and hygiene, community services, village re-construction, mass tree planting, environmental protection and social awareness programmes.
Asset Creation: As on date, the NSS volunteers both in special camp and regular activities have generated tangible social assets like check dams, water tanks, bus shelters, desilting of canals and ponds, white washing of school building, sanitary latrines etc. Over 300 NSS Volunteers donated blood to sick persons.
Adoption of Villages: Under NSS Special Camping programmes, so far, various villages have been adopted by the NSS unit and the villages were taught awareness about Health and Hygiene, the importance of girl child education, women development, self help group, skill development, etc. Communal harmony has been emphasigned in villages. Various Government Welfare Programmes are being made known to the poor villagers who are helped in getting government help.
YOUTH RED CROSS SOCIETY:
To protect human life and uphold dignity among student youth, MCAS has started Youth Red Cross Society (YRC) unit. The YRC volunteers are involved in Organizing Blood Donation Camps, "Aids Awareness Campaign", First-Aid Training Programmes and other health and family welfare related programmes.