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NCC (NATIONAL CADET CORPS)

OVERVIEW

  • 10 MP Battalion Armed Unit has been started in our Institute in Nov. 2014. The credit of this start goes to the Former Principal of the Institute, Dr.S.K. Shastri, with whose sincere efforts NCC came into effect in the college.
  • CTO  V.N.Saxena who has been serving  consistently for NCC UPC Ujjain right from the start.
  •  The Associate NCC Officer (ANO) of the Institute is Lt. Madan Solanki.  He got the rank of Lieutenant by attending the very tough training of 3 Months at OTA, Kamptee. Cadet Pankaj Parmar, our First Senior Under Officer, held the responsibility to coordinate & manage NCC in our college.
  • The Institution was allotted total 53 cadets (SD & SW).
  • The cadets are given B and C level certificates as per their performances.
  • The recruitment of SD/SW commenced in 2014.

NCC stands for National Cadet Corps. NCC was founded in 1666 in Germany. Based on the recommendation of the Pandit H. N. Kunzru Committee, National Cadet Corps came into existence on 16 July 1948, under the XXXI Act of 1948, which was later passed in April, 1948. The National Cadet Corps has its Head Quarters at New Delhi. NCC was started with the strength of 38,500 Boys Cadets. The National Cadet Corps in India is a Tri-Service Organization which recruits cadets from high schools, colleges and Universities all over India.

In the initial stages, NCC was confined mainly to the urban areas. Today, NCC has spread to every corner of the country, having more than 13 lakhs Cadets. The Cadets are given basic military training in small arms and parade. It is open to school and college students on voluntary basis. NCC with the Motto of "Unity and Discipline" has the basic aim of developing the character qualities in the youth to make them good citizens of the society and worthy leaders of the future in every walk of life.

 

ORGANISATONAL STRUCTURE

NCC has 17 Directorates, 95 Group Headquarters, 814 Units (684 Army Wing Units, 69 Naval Wing Units and 61 Air Wing Units) spread over 586 Districts in the country, covering 6985 schools and 5159 colleges.


The NCC is staffed by -

  • Armed Forces Officers
  • Junior and Non-Commissioned Officers of the Defense Forces
  • Whole Time Lady Officers
  • Associate NCC Officers i.e. college professors and school teachers.

For Training of the Staff, it has an Officers Training Academy at Kamptee and Women Officers Training Academy at Gwalior. The Central Advisory Committee is headed by the Defense Minister and the State Advisory Committee gives impetus to the activities in NCC.

 

AIMS OF NCC

  • NCC aims at developing character, comradeship, discipline, secular outlook, the spirit of adventure.
  • Ideals of selfless service amongst young citizens.
  • 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 the Nation.
  • To Provide a Suitable Environment to Motivate the Youth to take up a career in the Armed Forces.

AS AN ELECTIVE SUBJECT

The National Cadet Corps (NCC) won't remain an Extra-Curricular Activity as atleast 91 universities across the country have adopted it. The University Grants Commission (UGC) had written to Vice-Chancellors of all Universities on 15 April 2021 for introduction of NCC as General Elective Credit Course (GECC) in response to the proposal mooted by the Directorate General of National Cadet Corps, New Delhi.

BENEFITS

This will offer a major advantage to the Cadets, especially those appearing in B and C Certificate Examinations which are awarded after stipulated training period. The proposal aims to make learning more holistic and skill-oriented to eventually facilitating career prospects. Pertinently, on successful completion of the course, the students are awarded credit points which will enable them to qualify for their respective degree.

CAMPS OF NCC

NCC conducts over 1450 camps annually on a regular basis as a part of its training. The Camps help the cadets to develop teamwork, leadership qualities, self-confidence, self-reliance and dignity of labor. Each NCC Camp is structured for approximately 400 – 600 cadets with Instructional Staff.

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