Immediately after taking over the office of the Principal, Dr. Ranjan Kalita applied for opening an NSS unit to Gauhati University. In August 2018, NSS Coordinator/Director, Students‘ Welfare, Gauhati University released Rs 42,500.00 for Rangapara College NSS Unit under Dr Aswini Kr. Deka as Programme Officer. The unit started with 100+ volunteers. Presently, Rangapara College has two NSS Units with 200+ volunteers. The unit has received gold medal at University level mega camp, tobacco control campaign. In 2019, our NSS unit participated in National Youth Camp in Cuttack, Odisha where Miss Luna Rabha was awarded the “Bharat Ki Santan” certificate. Volunteer Sri Subhankar Dey has represented Assam in Lucknow National Camp, got selected to take part in the Pre Republic Day Parade Camp, 2020 from the East Indian zone, it is no wonder that he was awarded the Best Volunteer from Gauhati University for the year 2019-20. The unit has tirelessly worked for the upliftment of the local community by adopting a nearby village, helping the orphans of Mercy Children Home, organizing many camps (blood donation camp, eye check-up), creating COVID-19 awareness, vaccination drive, etc. The Unit celebrates all the National and International NSS events.
A unit of Youth Red Cross has been recently created in the college.