Sri Pradip Kumar Biswal
President
Dr. Kusha Chandra Pradhan
Principal

CO-CURRICULAR ASSIGNMENT

THE PLANNING FORUM

  1. Aims of the forum:
    The main objective of the planning forum is to develop plan consciousness among the general public of the locality.
  2. Function:
    (a) To organise discussion of Five Year plans and day to day
    economic policies adopted by the Government.
    (b) To invite eminent persons to address special meetings of
    the planning forum.
    (c) To take up such other activates as proposed by the planning forum and approved by the principal.
  3. Membership                        .
    (a) Every student of the college can be a member of the planning Forum by paying one rupee subscription annually. No one whose is not on the rolls of the college can be a member of the Forum,
    (b) The membership of the planning Forum is open for all the members of the teaching staff Who If they so desire can take part in the proceedings of the meetings
  4. The executive committee.                       
    There shall be an Executive committee of the planning Forum consisting of the following members.
    1. President.
    2. Secretary
    3. Asst. secretary.
    4. Class Representatives.
    The term of office of the Executive body is for one academic year.
  5. The principal of the college is the ex-officio president of the Forum.
  6. Secretary
    (a) There shall be a secretary)' appointed by the principal from
    the teaching members of Economic Department.   
    (b) In the absences of the president the secretary may preside over the meeting of the forum. He shall assist and give has suggestion Wherever necessary in the proper conduct of meetings. The president may refer to him any rule for interpretation and decision. The interpretation of the secretary shall be final.
  7. Assistant secretary:
    The Asst. Secretary will be nominated by the secretary, from among the students of the final year class of the Economics Department.
  8. Class Representative:
    There shall be a class representative from each class and he shall be nominated by the secretary from among the students of the class. Incaseof a class having sections one will be nominated from each of the sections.
  9. Discipline:
    The secretary 'may call any member to order. If a member, disobeys the order of the secretary, the later is authorised to report his nameto the principal for taking action against him/her.
  10. The principal shall be the final authority in all matters relating to the forum.

SOCIAL SERVICE GUIDE (S.S.G.)

  1. I. AIMS                  .
    (a) To help people in distress and to organise social welfare activities. 
    (b) To recommend help to the needy and deserving study of the college.
  2. Finance:
    (a) Each student of the college has to contribute an annualsubscription of Rs. 1/- towards the S.S.G Fund.      
    (b) Members of the staff may make voluntary annualcontribution. 
    (c) High official and well to do people are occasionallyapproached to make donations to the fund.
    (d) The beneficiaries of the guild are expected to return the money they receive after they are settled in life.
  3. Management:
    (a) The Principal is the ex-officio president and he controls,the funds of the guild.
    (b) There is an executive committee consisting of the following to control the activities of the S.S.G.
    (i) President-The Principal (ex -officio)
    (ii) Vice-President- To be nominated by the Principal from among the members of the staff. 
    (iii) A Secretary elected from among the students.
    (iv) An Assistant Secretary elected from among the students. 
    (v) Class representatives to be elected from each class.
    (vi) All the elections shall be held on such dates andinsuch manners as the Principal may determine.
  4. Duties of the secretary:
    (a) To convene to be executive 'committee meeting of the guild in consultation with the Vice President.
    (b) To record the proceedings of the meeting 
    (c) To organise volunteers from among the students.
    (d) To prepare and maintain annual report about the Workingof the guild.
  5. The executive committee has recommend to the Principal every year the name of the poor and deserving students who would receive financial assistance from the fund.
  6. The Principal shall be the final authority in all the matters relating to the Guild.

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME (N.S.S.)

Three N.S.S. units, two for men students and one for women students, with a capacity for enrollment of students function in this college under the National Service Scheme of the Utkal University. Enrolment of volunteers is done at the beginning of the academic session. Any student of the college with an aptitude for social service is eligible to apply for enrolment as an N.S.S. volunteer. Three members of the teaching staff act as programme officers for each of the three units.

AIM OF THE N.S.S.
(i) To promote national and social consciousness and a sense 
       of social responsibility.
(ii) To inculcate a sense of dignity oflabour among the students. 
(iii) To inculcate a sense of discipline.
(iv) To enable the students to develop a sense of involvement
with the uneducated common men and to work with them for constructive social activities.

PROGRAMME OF WORK
In order to achieve the aim NSS, the N .S.S. unit usually undertake
the following programmes.                     
(i) Initiating literacy programmes and organising literacy centres. 
(ii) Environment enrichment and conservation.
(iii) Health, family welfare, nutrition programme and immunisation.
(iv) Improvement in women's status and employment. 
(v) Anti-Drug drives. .
(vi) AIDS awareness campaign.
(vii) Generalawareness among the people for preservation and conservation of Historic monuments.
(viii) Slogans, street plays and seminars against dowry system:
 (ix) Promotion of self-employment schemes.
(x) 'YOGA' practice for maintenance of good health andinculcation of spiritualismamong the students.
(xi) Disaster – preparedness training for assistance to local authorities in relief and re-habilitation work during the natural calamities and national emergencies.
(xii) Production oriented work like rodent - control and pest management, weed-control, soil testing and soil health care, promotion of co-operative societies.
1(iii) Preservation and beautification of college campus

N.S.S Camp
The N.S.S. volunteers usually undertake the projects assigned to them on Sundays and Holidays. An Annual camp is usually arranged .
during the vacation. 75% of attendance is obligatory at the annual camp. Certificates of participation at camps are issued to N.S.S. volunteers. Detailed information regarding N.S.S. programmes may be obtained from the programme officers.

PROSPECT
(i) If a student enrolled in the N.S.S. successfully completes 24 hours of regular N .S.S. programmes in two years. He / she is entitled to get a certificates from the concerned university to which the college is affiliated:
(ii) There are provisions for participation in inter college and inter state N .S.S. camp  and National Integration Camps.
  iii) There is provision for outstanding N.S.S. volunteers for going abroad.
  (iv) In voluntary organisations and other social sectors, priority  in employment is given to N.S.S. volunteers.                                              
(v) Around 20 nos of volunteers may be appointed or observed with a stipend of Rs. 700/- to each per months for two years or till one attains the age of 25 years. Plantation and its preservation have been introduced.
(vi) N.S.S. volunteers from all parts ofthe country are now participating in the Republic day Parade inDelhi since 1988. New Incentives are also awarded.

NATIONAL CADET CORPS (N.C.C.)

Two units of N.C.C. are operating in V.N.College, one under the 7th  (Orissa) Battalion, Bhadrak and the other under the 1st (Orissa) Battalion, cuttack.
ENROLMENT
Enrolment is open to all the students who satisfy the standard of physical fitness.
The enrolment forms can be had from the N.C.C. officers or from their office, Training Commences in August. That forms duly filled in must reach the concerned N.C.C. officer within 10 days from the date of admission into different classes.

(A) TRAINING 
(i) An N .C.C cadet is required to undergo four hours of training every week for 20 weeks in a year.
(ii) In addition to the weekly training cadets are require d to attend two CAT / D.G organised camps and courses during their tenure in N.C.C. in order to quality for certificate 'B' examination after 2nd year and certificate 'C' examination after 3rd year of Training respectively. .
(B) Service Liability
A cadet shall obey and carry out the orders and directions of any person placed in command over them. The following actions will constitute breach of discipline according to N.C.C. Acts and Rules  of 1948.
       i) Wearing uniform when in parade.             .
(ii) Resorting to strike or violence or any part of disorderly conduct in or outside the college premises.
(iii) Any kind of threatening, in-subordination,  se of vulgar language, exhibition of objectionable behaviour or contempt to the officer in command.       .
       (iv) Negligence in obeying a general or unit order or such other
actions as mentioned in the N.C.C. Act andRules.
All the above officers and acts of indiscipline will be seriously dealt with and cadet will be liable for punishment as providedunder NCC Act I Rules.

(C) BENEFITS
(1) A cadet will be eligible for the following benefits he I she conducts himself well and completes his training successfully and obtains certificates.
A cadet will get the following extra percentage at the time of admission into a college.       '
(a) 'A' certificate holders - 2%
(b) 'B' certificate holders - 3%
(c) 'C' certificate holders - 5%
(d) for attending D.G organised - 5%
outside the camps I courses.
(2) NCC 'B' and 'C' certificate holders get extra percentage  of marks for recruitment to Army I Navy/ Air Force /ITBP/ BSF/ CRPF/Coast Guard Unit/CISF etc.      .
(3) For 'c' certificate holders there is provision for 40% reservation in the Service Selection Board if the cadet passes in the written test conducted by UPSC for commission officers.
Besides these, 'C' certificate holders get the following reservation benefits.
(a) IMA - 64 seats per course
(b) Naval Academy, Cochin - 6 seats per course
(c) IAF - 10% in flying Branch and 10% in other branches. 
(d) Military Nursing Service - 24 seats per course.
Additional marks are given for recruitment to JCO and Graduate HAV clerk and other Banks in the following manners.

 

Army

Navy

BSF

NER

DES

 

 

 

AirForce

 

MER

/ Artificer

 

 

 

 

 

Apprentices

Certificate' A'

3

2

2

5

5

4

Certificate 'B'

6

4

4

10

10

6

Certificate 'C'

9

6

6

15

15

10

(4) The sergent of policy cadre of state, Special Armed Police Force is exclusively reserved for 'B' and 'C' certificate holder: Impression marks are given for recruitment to General Police Cadre.
(5) State Govt. scholarship worth Rs. 2000/- is given to SD / SW cadets.
(6) NCC cadets will have to attend the social services like slum clearance, village upliftment, Eye-donation, Blood Donation, , Anti Dowry Drive, Anti Leprosy Drive, Adult Education, Traffic-control, Tree plantation, Road construction, visitplaces of Historical importance, Assistance during Natural calamities and cultural shows etc.

YOUTH RED-CROSS (YRC)

The college is enrolled as Youth Red Cross group with the Indian RedCross Society, Orissa Branch. An annual subscription of Rs. 15/ - is collected from each student towards the Youth Red Cross Found. 

AIMS
(a) Service to the sick and the suffering (b) The promotion of health
(c) Inter-national friendship. 

MEMBERSHIP
Students who have the spirit of service or the sick and the suffering and wish to become active member of the Youth Red Cross have to apply for membership and get their names enrolled.   
     

ACTIVITIES
Special emphasis is laid on the following activities. 
(a) Service to the sick and the suffering.
(b) Practice of personal health habits
(c) College hygiene, cleanliness of class rooms, grounds and up-keep of the college garden.      
(d) Community hygiene; Taking up works of hygiene and cleanliness in the nearby villages.
(e) Inter college group correspondence.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
(i) Youth RED Cross activities are moderated by an Executive Committee consisting of a minimum of five and maximum of eleven members. The committee will elect form among themselves a chairman, a vice chairman, a secretary and a joint secretary. The term of the committee will be one year.
(ii) The Youth Red Cross Counseller appointed by the Principal from among the members of the staff will be entitled to attend the meetings of the executive committee and to guide the deliberations.
(iii) Meeting of the Committee should be held at least once a month and related rules of business may be formed by the committee.

ROVERS AND RANGERS (SCOUTS AND GUIDES)

The Rovers and Rangers (Scouts and Guides) unit of Vyasanagar Auto college is affiliated to the BHARAT SCOUTS and Guides of the state of Odisha. Rovering is the senior section or the Scout wing and Rangering is the senior section of the Scouts wing and Rangering is the senior section of the Guides wing. Rovering is meant for boys and Rangering for girls scouting and guiding movement, the biggest non-political educational, disciplined and uniformed voluntary youth force of the worId and of our country has been playing a vital role in character building and service to the nation.

AIMS & OBJECTIVES
A student of today is likely to be an administrator / a leader of tomorrow. It is a useful programme that gives self-confidence and assurance toa student volunteers for happy and healthy social life. It is practical training for good citizenship through joyful and amusing activities that promote young students physical and mental  development. This is the only organisation which covers the total range of activities and training under the N.C.C., N.S.S. and the Y.R.C.
Social service is the sole motto of this organisation. Community development programmes such as National Integration, Population education, Conservation, Drugs control, Anti-dowry system, AIDS programmes, opposition of Electoral rigging in the booths and sanitations are some of the fundamental activities of the Rovers and Rangers wing.

ADVANTAGES
The student -volunteers are competent enough to participate in Nipun Test, Chief Ministers shield competition and Upa-Rastrapati Award competition. The successful participants avail wide scope in the Government ofIndia. Services like Indian Railway service, Indian Police Service, Military Service etc. They also avail Bonus marks in the selection for higher studies.