NATIONAL CADET CORPS.

November 20, 2010

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NCC company  in NMIT is a technical unit and it  is coming under 1KAR Signal Regiment NCC, Bangalore-A group, KAR and Goa Directorate.

The Corps aims at developing character and qualities amongst cadets and making them into good leaders and useful citizens so that they can take their appropriate place in all walks of life in the service of the nation. The qualities of leadership, discipline, courage and confidence with a secular outlook, which are the hallmarks of good and useful citizens, are inculcated in the cadets through a well conceived programme of institutional training combined with adventure,  sports and outdoor activities.

Associate NCC officer Lt.Rajesh N, co-ordinating the activities of NCC in NMIT.

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NCC – link

March 8, 2007

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Trek to Shivganga

February 24, 2007

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Firing Practice

February 24, 2007

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Weapon Training

February 24, 2007

Weapon Training

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NCC Song

February 15, 2007

NCC SONG                   http://nccindia.nic.in/ncc_song.htm

Hum Sab Bharatiye Hain, Hum Sab Bharatiye HainApni Manzil Ek Hai,
Ha, Ha, Ha, Ek Hai,
Ho, Ho, Ho, Ho, Ek Hai.
Hum Sab Bharatiye Hain.

Kashmir Ki Dharti Rani Hai,
Sarjaj Himalaya Hai,
Sadiyon Se Hamne Isko Apne Khoon Se Pala Hai
Desh Ki Raksha Ki Khatir Hum Samshir Utha Lenge,
Hum Samshir Utha Lenge.

Bhikre-Bhikre Tarey Hain Hum Lekin Jhilmil Ek Hai,
Ha, Ha, Ha, ha, Ek Hain
Hum Sab Bharatiye Hain.
Mandir Gurudware Bhi Hain Yahan
Aur Masjid Bhi Hai Yahan
Girja Ka Hai Ghadiyal Kahin
Mullah ki Kahin Hai Ajaan
Ek Hi Apna Ram Hia, Ek hi Allah Taala Hai,
Ek Hi Allah Taala Hai, Rang Birange Deepak Hain Hum,
Ek Jagmag Ek Hai Ha, Ha, Ek Hai, Ho, Ho, Ek Hai.

Hum Sab Bharatiye Hain, Hum Sab Bharatiye Hain.


NCC – National Cadet Corps

February 15, 2007

The National Cadet Corps [NCC] 

The formation of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) under the NCC Act, 1948 was a major milestone for the development of the student community. With its motto of ” Unity and Discipline”, the NCC has become instrumental in molding the character and imparting in our students a dynamic outlook during their school and college education.

The Aims of the National Cadet Corps are;• To develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular out look, spirit of adventure and sportsmanship and the ideals of selfless service among the youth to make them useful citizens. • To create a human resource of organised, trained and activated youth, to provide leadership in all walks of life including the Armed Forces and always available for the service of the nation.• To  create suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in the armed forces. 

NCC has been divided into three divisions.

i) Junior Division ( for school boys and girls)

ii) Senior Division (for college boys) 

iii) Senior Wing(for college girls). Now 33% reservation is kept for girl cadets.

The Corps aims at developing character and qualities amongst cadets and making them into good leaders and useful citizens so that they can take their appropriate place in all walks of life in the service of the nation. The qualities of leadership, discipline, courage and confidence with a secular outlook, which are the hallmarks of good and useful citizens, are inculcated in the cadets through a well conceived programme of institutional training combined with adventure,  sports and outdoor activities.

Training Activities include  Institutional training ( drill, weapon training,map reading, field craft, first aide, civil defense, National Integration, social service etc),             Camp training ( Annual training camp, National integration camp, nau/Talsainik camp, Basic/Advanced leadership camps, centrally organized camps , etc) , attachment to regular army, Gliding & flying , sea training, adventure trainings like mountaineering, trekking, cycle & motor cycle expedition, parasailing, Para jump, slithering, Scuba diving etc. 

Selected cadets will participate in Republic Day Parade at Delhi. The NCC has an on going Youth Exchange Program with Canada, Singapore, U.K., Australia, Bangladesh and
Sri Lanka. Selected cadets are sent to the above countries for special training  and they get a unique opportunity to meet and trained with cadets of different countries.

Advantages of NCC training to students:

1.         Develop qualities like social service, team spirit, leadership, discipline and self confidence.

2.         Since NCC camps are held at different places in the country, cadets get opportunity to visit important historical and industrial places and social centers. Due to this students widen their horizon and develop ambition to do creative work.

3.         NCC cadets are taught civil defence and self defence. Due to this cadets develop national spirit and confidence.

4.         NCC cadets are attached with army units every year so that they get acquainted with the army life.

5.         NCC cadets are trained for parachute jumps and mountaineering so that they develop capacity to do courageous work.

6.         Selected cadets are sent to foreign countries every year.

7.         32 seats are reserved per course in the IMA for cadets who have passed NCC `C` certificate examination. NCC cadets having 50% aggregate marks in graduation with minimum `B` grade in `C` certificate examination are eligible for short service commission( NCC special entry scheme) without qualifying CDS written examination. They will face direct SSB interview.

8.         NCC trained cadets are given preference in recruitment of armed forces.

9.         Many Industrialists give priority in jobs for NCC trained students.

10.       Central and state governments also give priority in job for NCC trained students.

11.       Priority is given to NCC trained students by Universities in B.Ed, MA MSc admition and hostel.

12.       NCC trained students are given priority in recruitment in central reserve force and BSF etc.

13.       NCC cadets are given refreshment on every parade and are given washing allowance for uniform.

14.       NCC cadets are given facility to purchase goods from military canteen.

15.       On death or permanently handicapped of NCC cadet during NCC activities, a sum of 

              Rs. 2,00,000 are paid from NCC welfare society.  NCC Cadets Welfare Society:

The society was established initially with the aim of providing financial relief and assistance to NCC cadets sustaining temporary or permanent disability or to their nominees in case of death of the cadet, during NCC related activities. It also grants 500 scholarships of the value of Rs. 5,000 /- each to academically brilliant NCC cadets and also awards two Best Cadets in each category in each group a sum of Rs.3,000/- and 2,000/- .

                            Permanent Disability/ Death  cases              Temporary Disability    

High Risk                    Rs.2,00,000/-                                                  1,00,000/-      

Others                          Rs. 1,50,000/-                                                 1,00,000/-      

Scholarship of Rs.3,000/- each to 04 JD/JW and SD/SW cadets from each group.

Annual  Sahara Scholarship:   An annual Sahara scholarship scheme of Rs. 1 Crore to be given out as scholarships per annum to NCC cadets, has been instituted by the Sahara Group.

i) JD and JW               Rs.6,000/- each

ii) SD and SW             Rs. 12,000/- each

iii) Professional          Rs. 30,000/- 

NCC Camps

For NCC cadets following camps are arranged.

1. Combined Annual Training Camp( CATC)

2. Basic leadership Camp ( BLC)

3. Pre Republic Day Camp( Pre-RDC)

4. Advanced Leadership Camp( ALC)

5. Course at Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling.

6. Paratroopers camp

7. National Integration Camp( NIC)

8. Attachment to regular Army/Navy

            Army attachment

            Hospital Attachment

            Naval Attachment

            Air Attachment

IMA Attachment

OTA Attachment.

9. Republic Day Camp ( RDC)

10. Tal/Nau Sainik Camp 

11. Trekking Camp

12. Social Service Camp (SSC)

13. Independence Day Camp.(IDC)

14. Youth exchange program(YEP)

NCC Activities.

1. Institutional Training

2. Adventure Activities

            Cycle/ Motor Cycle Expedition

            Sailing Expedition

Para Jumping/Sailing, Gliding

Riding Expedition

            Scuba Diving

            Trekking

            Yatching

            Mountaineering

3. Social Service Activities

            Tree Plantation

            Blood Donation

            Community Development Program

            Adult Education

            Awareness about Non Curable diseases.

Eye donation and Anti Dowry pledge, 

Assistance in traffic control, construction of Bridges, Repair of Roads

Anti tobacco campaign 

Anti leprosy Program

Environment awareness program

4. Motivational talks

5. Life saving Courses.           

THE NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC) – A STEPPING STONE TO SUCCESS.

February 15, 2007

 THE NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC) –    A STEPPING STONE TO SUCCESS.
The National Cadet Corps is the premier youth movement in the country. The philosophy of  NCC is engaged in a noble task of creating a force of disciplined youth and moulding them into responsible citizens. That inculcates the values of national integration, selfless service, positive thinking,  qualities of  discipline, dedication, and dignity of labour lay the foundation for meaningful and successful life. The sense of purpose that guides an NCC cadet  to built up a core of citizens with a distinct work philosophy and approach to life that distinguishes him/her from rest of the crowd. The formation of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) under the NCC Act, 1948 was a major milestone for the development of the student community. With its motto of ” Unity and Discipline”, the NCC has become instrumental in molding the character and imparting in our students a dynamic outlook during their school and college education. It was born out of the British “University Training Corps” in 1925. In Independent India the NCC committee was setup under Pt Hridaya Nath kunzru and the NCC Act was passed in parliament on the 16th of april 1948. During the 1965 and 1971 wars with Pakistan, NCC cadets were the second line of defence. They organised camps to assist the ordnance factories, supplying arms and ammunition to the front, and also were used a patrol parties to capture the enemy para-troopers. The NCC cadets also worked hand in hand with the Civil Defence authorities and actively took part in rescue work and traffic control.After the 1965 & 1971 Indo-Pak wars the NCC syllabus was revised. Rather than being the second line of defense, NCC syllabus laid a greater stress on developing qualities of leadership and Officer-like qualities. The military training which the NCC cadets received  
was reduced and greater importance was given to other areas like social service and youth-management. The NCC is having three wings namely 1) Army 2) Navy 3) AirforceNCC has been divided into three divisions. i) Junior division ( for school boys and girls)  ii) Senior division (for college boys)  iii) senior wing(for college girls). Now 33% reservation is kept for girl cadets. Training in JD is for 2 years and  after the training quite a lot of competitive exams are held and for successful cadets “A”- certificate is given. In SD and SW the training is for 3 years and after the 2 years of training  and exam cadets will be given “B”- certificate. With “B”-certificate and one more year of training cadets can appear for “C”- certificate exam.  The Corps has expanded its horizons and now aims at developing character qualities amongst cadets and making them into good leaders and useful citizens so that they can take their appropriate place in all walks of life in the service of the nation. The qualities of leadership, discipline, courage and confidence with a secular outlook, which are the hallmarks of good and useful citizens, are inculcated in the cadets through a well conceived programme of institutional training combined with adventure,  sports and outdoor activities. The progress and quality of training is reviewed  and changes incorporated to bring about improvements.The Aims of the National Cadet Corps are;• To develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership,secular out look, spirit of adventure and sportsmanship and the ideals of selfless service among the youth to make them useful citizens. • To create a human resource of organised, trained and activated youth, to provide leadership in all walks of life including the Armed Forces and always available for the service of the nation.• To  create suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in the armed forces.Training Activities include  institutional training ( drill, weapon training,map reading, field craft, first aide, civil defense, national integration, social service etc) , Camp training ( Annual training camp, National integration camp, nau/Talsainik camp, Basic/Advanced leadership camps, centrally organized camps , etc) , attachment to regular army, Gliding & flying , sea training, adventure trainings like mountaineering, trekking, cycle & motor cycle expedition, parasailing, parajump, slithering, Scuba diving etc.Some selected good cadets are selected to participate in republic day parade at Delhi. The NCC has an on going youth exchange programme with Canada, Singapore, U.K., Australia, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Selected cadets are sent to the above countries for special training  and they get a unique opportunity to meet and get trained with cadets of different countries. 

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