Lady Doak College

COSLP Banner

Registration for completion of formative components-NOVEMBER 2017New   Registration for Formative Improvement in Lab courses-NOVEMBER 2017New   TIME TABLE FOR SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATION OF JULY-2017New   Readmission for 17-18 Odd semester is closed-Dean of Academic AffairsNew   II UG VBC LIST - 2017-Odd SemesterNew   Issue of Fifth Semester Cumulative Mark Statement Notice - 8.6.2017New   JUNE SUPPLEMENTARY TIMETABLE-2017New   Undergraduate Selection Intimation LetterNew   Issue of Fifth Semester Cumulative Mark Statement Notice-2.6.2017New   Online Application closed for B.Com.(Aided), B.Sc., Physics (Aided), B.Com.(Professional Accounting), B.Com.(Honours), B.Sc., Fashion Designing & M.Sc. MathematicsNew   July Exam April 2017- 2014 batchNew   Last Date to apply for Revaluation of Supplementary Examinations April 2017 New   RANK LIST - II AS ON 24-05-2017 AT 4:00 P.M. (2017-18)New   Issue of Fifth Semester Cumulative Mark Statement Notice-27.5.2017New   RANK LIST - I AS ON 18-05-2017 AT 4:00 P.M. (2017-18)   II UG, III UG & II PG- College Fee Online PaymentNew   Registration for one arrear paper – July 2017New   Issue of Fifth Semester Cumulative Mark Statement NoticeNew   International Economics University SAARC Countries honoured Dr.T. Esther Nancy Beulah (Retd. Prof. of Department of Tamil) with Doctor of LettersNew   Web Result April 2017(Outgone Students)-revisedNew   REGISTRATION FOR SUPPLEMENTARY EXAM – JUNE 2017New   Free Legal AidNew   Foreign Contribution - 2016-2017New   Department of English Newsletter-2016-17 New   


Outreach Programmes (UNDER PART IV) - COSLP


  • National Service Scheme(NSS)
  • Rangering(RAN)
  • Library Service programme(LSP)
  • Environmental Awareness Programme(EAP)
  • Youth Red Cross(YRC)

Every student is required to choose any one of the listed programmes. Grades are awarded to students based on the evaluation and meritorious students are recognized with special certificates. Participation in any one of the programmes is compulsory in the first year and optional in the second and third year except national Service Scheme.

National Service Scheme:(NSS)(2 Credits/Year)

This is a two -year programme providing an opportunity to the students to work with people. To engage in creative and constructive social action there by enhancing the knowledge of herself and the community. It includes lectures on the health related topics, awareness programmes on social issues,tutoring school children, training on service oriented skills, interaction with inmates of homes, rehabilitation centres and hospitals, rendering assistance in laying roads and in the maintenance work at historical places like Gandhi Museum and Mahal . A special camp for ten days in organized for the NSS students to gain live in experience in a rural setup.

Rangering:(RAN)(1 credit/year)

Rangering aims at developing qualities of better citizenship and self-discipline. It enables the students t to understand and appreciate their cultural heritage. The students conduct health camps for the rural community with the training in entrepreneurial skills such as book binding, herbal gardening, flower making etc. the students learn first aid techniques and are encouraged to be part of the traffic cell. Attending a camp for two to three days duration is compulsory for the students.

Library Service Programme :(LSP)(1 Credit/year):

This programme enables the students to serve the user community by involving in library services such as documentation, cataloging, computerized the source of information etc. this programme enables them to learn library maintenance, appreciate the collection of books and their value and promote their reading habit. The activities include helping in the libraries of rural schools and extending their service in public libraries to benefit the user community.

Environmental Awareness Programme:(EAP) (1 credit/Year)

This programme aims to sensitize the students to understand the environmental issues at the local, national and global levels. With a basic knowledge of the interrelationship between man and environment. The students are motivated to develop a sense of responsibility and recognize their duty in promoting and maintaining Eco friendly environment around them. They are involved in activities like nature walk, environment/health campaign within and outside college , environment education to rural children, executing projects like waste disposal, rain water harvesting and recycling in collaboration with NGOs/City Corporation.

Youth Red Cross:(YRC)(1 Credit/year)

This programme inculcates in the Youth an awareness of their own health and the health of others. It cultivates and maintains the spirit of service and being helpful to others and especially to the less fortunate. It enables the students to develop mental and moral capabilities of youth and promotes national friendship. The students are trained in Disaster Management, First Aid, Road safety etc. Youth Red Cross organizes the blood donation camps periodically on campus and donates blood whenever requested by parents or public

You are here