An old proverb reads: For your country/If you plan for a year sow paddy/If you plan for a decade plant trees/If you plan for the future, nurture youth. This is where the National Cadet Corps (NCC) proves its significance. NCC inculcates in the youth a sense of nationalism and secular outlook that contributes towards the building of the nation. It also provides a platform for individual upliftment through the process of channelising the energy of the youth in constructive pursuits. Besides giving thrill and excitement, NCC promotes camaraderie and resilience and hones cultural skills to preserve the cultural traditions and values of the society. It helps the youth to realize the intimate relationship between man and the community, between community and nature and their inter-dependability.
NCC wing was started in our college in 1993 under the guidance of Major Suvarana Kapoor and presently Lt. Neetu dingrodiya is the Associated NCC officer looking after NCC in our college. About 160 students are registered every year. The NCC cadets are given three years training in which after two years of training cadets appear in B certificate exam and after successfully completion of third year training cadets appear in NCC C certification exam. On clearing C certificate exam with A or B grades the students get benefit in jobs as well as they get direct admission in the Army (Military services). Students get C certificate are not required to undergo a written test of Service Selection Board (SSB) of the Army. They are required to go through an interview only.
Apart from this in NCC training for cadets Personality Development, Firing, Map reading, Drill, Social service and Adventure Activity etc. is given.
The year starts with the oath ceremony of the NCC students on 15 August. Every year our NCC cadets actively participates in various camps. Main Camps are
Republic Day Camp.
Basic Leadership Camp.
Thal Sainik Camp.
Rock Climbing and Tracking Camp.
National Integration Camp.
Military Hospital attachment Camp.
Combined Annual Training Camp.