National Cadet Corps

National Cadet Corps is a national organization engaged in grooming the youth into disciplined and patriotic citizens.

Establishment of NCC

NCC has been established in the University corps which was created under the Defence Act, 1917 with the objective to make up the shortage of the trained army officers.

  • NCC helps in inculcating the spirit of courage, confidence, self-reliance, selfless service and feeling of patriotism in the cadets – the basic values essential to make the youth disciplined and dutiful.
  • The formation of NCC under the NCC Act 1948 was a major milestone for the development of the student community. With its motto of ‘Unity and Discipline’, NCC has become instrumental in moulding the character and imparting a dynamic outlook in students during their school and college education.

Aims

  • To develop character, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure, and ideals of selfless service amongst the youth of the Country.
  • To create a human resource of organized, trained and motivated youth.
  • To provide leadership in all walks of life and be always available for the service of
  • To provide a suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in armed forces.

 

The “C” certificate holders in NCC get reservation in military services for the post of officers. They are also entitled to get 5% weightage for admission to the institutions of higher education. C.M. scholarship is also awarded to the outstanding cadets.

 Camps of NCC

  • Combined Annual Training Camp
  • Course at Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling & Manali
  • National Integration Camp (NIC)
  • Republic Day Camp (RDC)
  • Thal Sainik Camp
  • Vayu Sainik Camp (VSC)
  • Nau Sainik Camp (NSC)
  • Paratroopers camp
  • Social Service Camp (SSC)
  • Youth exchange Program (YEP)
  • Advanced Leadership Camp (ALC)
  • Hiking And Trekking Camps
  • Drill Training
  • Weapon Training
  • Adventure Training
  • Blood Donation

The College has two platoons of NCC:

  • R.P. Maun, Company Commander Coy 4/10 
  • Raghbir Singh, Company Commander Coy 5/10

Our cadets get the honour  to participate in the Republic Day Parade in National Capital from time to time. NCC cadet of the college, Mr. Romesh Mehta, was honoured by Ex-Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi with the “Cane of Honour”.

The goal is to enable the achievement of nationally consistent standards of relevant safety , health, amenity and sustainability objectives efficiently.