South Calcutta Girls' College

Affiliated to University of Calcutta | B++ Accredited (NAAC)

72, Sarat Bose Road, Kolkata 700025, West Bengal, India

+91 33 24753785 | | |


The NSS Unit of our college is engaged in various activities such as health awareness programme, cleaning of our college campus, intensive slum visit etc. Besides the regular camp, the NSS unit organized a special camp for the underprivileged people of nearby adopted Peyarabagan Slum on and from 19.03.18 to 25.03.18. During the period a general physician and specialist doctors like child specialist, dentist, gynecologist and a psychological counselor visited the slum to serve the people. An eye camp also arranged during this period. On the last day a “sit and draw” competition was organized for the slum children, At the end of the competition, prizes were distributed to the winners in a brief award ceremony.


A diabetes awareness and detection programme was organized by the extension committee with the help of an NGO, in which about 102 people participated.


A unit of National Service Scheme has been functioning in our college since 2009. In the ses-sion 2019-20 the N.S.S. Unit organized Red Ribbon Camp, in which, Dr. Tapabrata Guha Ray of the Department of Community Medicine, R.G. Kar Medical College Hospital, deli-vered an illuminating lecture on “HIV – AIDS Awareness” on 3rd December 2019.
Dr. Roni Sarkar, Assistant Professor of the Department of Zoology, South Calcutta Girls’ College, whose specialization is Molecular Virology of Human Immunodeficiency Virus, delivered a lecture on “Dengue Awareness and its Preventive Measures” on 6th March 2020.
Both the programmes were successful and generated enthusiasm and awareness on HIV-AIDS and Dengue among the students.


A webinar (Virtual Meeting) was held throughG.Meet by the NSS Unit, South Calcutta Girls’ College on 6th August, 2020 for the students to raise awareness regarding Dengue and the necessary measures to be taken for its prevention. There was a presentation by Dr. Roni Sarkar, Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, SouthCalcutta Girls’ College on the “Spread of Dengue and Various Controlling Measures”, which emphasised the necessity to keep our environment clean and mosquito-free. Our Principal,Prof.(Dr.) Aparna De, teachers from various departments and NSS volunteers actively participated in this webinar. Our respected Principal, all teaching and non-teaching members and our beloved students attended this online event under the pandemic circumstances.

Last Modified : Thu 29th April 2021 at 03:52:56 PM