NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)
The primary purpose of the National Cadet Corps is to create a human resource of organized, trained and motivated youth who will be available for the service of the nation and who can provide leadership in all walks of life, including the Armed Forces.
The NCC puts its cadets through rigorous training which includes adventure activities such as mountaineering, trekking, rock climbing, para sailing, jumping, gliding, slithering, microlight flying, sailing, surfing, scuba diving boat pulling etc. These activities, which are classified as land-based, water-based and air-based, develop special qualities of leadership, courage, discipline, and self-confidence in the cadets.
The cadets attend State and National level training camps as well as national integration camps. A few are chosen to attend the prestigious Republic Day training camp and participate in the Republic Day Parade in Delhi. The following camps are organized every year for NCC cadets: Combined Annual Training Camp, Inter-group Camp, Republic Day Camp, Thal Sainik Camp, South Zone Firing Competition and Capsule Camp, SSB training Capsule Camp and National Integration Camp which aims at fostering closer ties among the youth of the nation. The focus of this camp is
to help young people to find a common ground and establish lasting friendships that cut across region, language and colour.
The special mission of the Youth Exchange Programme is to make the youth of India ambassadors for their country. Youth Exchange Programmes make it possible for cadets to visit countries such us Singapore, Bangladesh, Russia, Sri Lanka, Nepal, the UK etc.
In the year 2016-17, two of our cadets, namely SCUO Aaron Dias and JCUO Sagar Vishwakarma attended Republic Day Camp at New Delhi.
Our College offers infantry wing of NCC for Boys and Girls separately.
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