The 5th Constitution day has been organized at Agricultural College, Sircilla on 26thNovember, 2019 as part of NSS programme wherein the students, staff and other out sourced personnel participated. The advocate, Sri Kunta Srinivas of Sircilla was the chief guest for the programme. Dr. R. Sathish, NSS Programme Officer briefed about the significance of the programme and introduced the chief guest as a suitable person for delivering the lecture on the programme. He explained that India is governed in terms of the constitution of India, which was adopted by the constituent Assembly on 26th November, 1949 and came into force on 26th January, 1950. The Preamble of Indian Constitution records the aims and aspirations of the people of India and reflects the basic spirit of the Constitution. To spread the importance of the Indian Constitution, India observes November 26 as the Constitution Day of India. The day has also been declared as the Constitution Day to spread awareness about its architect Dr B.R. Ambedkar. On this occasion a lecture on ‘Fundamental rights and Fundamental duties’ were delivered by the Ms. Hinduja N. A., Assistant Professor. The fundamental duties of Indian citizens were explained by her for the participants. Mrs. K. Bhavya Sree, Asst. Prof. also explained the fundamental responsibilities of the students to be followed. Later, the chief guest, Mr. Kunta Srinivas, has given a detailed lecture on the importance of the Constitution Day, its formation and how it defends the citizens overcoming the adversities and political afflictions. He also said that caste discriminations and traditional superstitions still exist in our society which hindered the progress of Indian society. He inspired all the students to excel in education which is the only way for the improvement in social and environmental aspects. Afterwards, all the NSS volunteers, staff and others have taken the pledge on the preamble of the Indian Constitution. The Associate Dean, Dr. G. Samuel later, addressed the students and urged the students to read the different Articles and Schedules of the constitution and value it as it protects us from all the adversities. He also insisted that every student should inculcate fraternity, equality and justice among them. He also reminded the social responsibilities as citizens of the greatest country and also enthused them to oblige the constitutional laws in every walk and step of their lives and strive for the betterment of the society. Finally the programme was concluded with the vote of thanks proposed by Dr. K. Rajesh, Asst. Prof. All the NSS volunteers, teaching, non-teaching and supporting staff have proceeded on rally with slogans on Indian Constitution.