The National Cadet Corps is the Indian military cadet corps with its headquarters at New Delhi. It is open to school and college students on a voluntary basis.The National Cadet Corps in India is a voluntary organization which recruits cadets from high schools, colleges and Universities all over India. The Cadets are given basic military training in small arms and parades. The officers and cadets have no liability for active military service once they complete their course but are given preference over normal candidates during selections based on the achievements in the corps.
Motto of NCC : Unity and Discipline (Ekta aur Anushasan)
Obey with a smile
Work hard and without fuss
Make no excuses and tell no lies
BENEFITS OF JOINING THE NCC
NCC is a highly reputed body which is also a second line of defense. In India, many youngsters are trained in line with defense in case the need arises. If young students want to make it their career option, then being a NCC cadet holds a lot of weight. As they are directly associated with the ministry of defense.
Other than just military training the cadets also learn several other valuable things such as selflessness, honesty, discipline, hard work and ways to build confidence and gain leadership qualities.
Since NCC camps are held all over India therefore there is training in various parts of the country, hence students get an opportunity to visit new places and learn the art of independence. They are required to use their social skills and their senses to get to know new places and adapt to the varying environment. Other than just social skills they also get to learn about the history and art of the new place.
NCC cadets learn to take pride in them and the training also strengthens the spirit of being an Indian. This helps them gear towards joining the forces and providing their 100% when the country is in need of them.
Apart from military activities, the cadets are taught other skills such as parachuting, paragliding and basic aviation courses because of which they have an edge over others when appearing for the armed forces. Other than that, they also have a special quota which is very useful in case of final selection to join the armed forces.
Under the regime of exchange program, there are a few selected students who get an opportunity to visit other countries and learn various things which are practiced in other nations and exchange experiences with cadets who happen to come to India from foreign lands.
There are a total of 32 seats which are set aside for cadets who hold NCC certificates provided they have scored 50% in graduation with at least a B grade in C level examination. If all this suffices, then they are eligible for SSC without even qualifying for a CDS written exam. All they have to do is clear the SSB interview.
The cadets, Other than SSB they get a preference over others in the CRF and BSF.
Other than just armed forces there are several central and state Government organizations who give special preference to NCC cadets.
In addition to all aforementioned benefits, NCC experience is one different from all others!
OUR NCC ACHIEVEMENTS
NCC was Introduced in the school for Boys (Jr Division) commenced from Jun 2001. The following NCC Bn, allotted to this school enroll the cadets in the respective NCC Bns : –
1(T) Bn NCC( Boys), RK Puram, Secuderabad. Troop No 9 1st yr 50 cadets. 2nd yr – 50 cadets Boys (Jr Division) enrolled.
Case taken up with NCC Gp HQ for allotment of 50 vacancies for Senior (Boys) vide our letter No APSRKP/603/T-6/NCC/18 dated 25 Jul 2018.
7 cadets were selected for ATC – IV and the following cadets achieved 2nd place in Drill competition :-
Sgt Viraj, Sgt Divyanshu were selected for firing competition in IUC and IGC.
Sgt Divyanshu S was Selected for cultural competitions in NCC Camp.
CPL Vaishanv was selected for cultural competitions in NCC Camp
Sgt Prajwal, Sgt Attrav and Sgt Viklap were selected for ATC-VI will be held from 16 Sep to 25 Sep 2018.
Sgt Viraj and Sgt Shubra Biswas were selected for EK Bharat Shrestha Bharat held at APPS, Hyd from 03 Aug to 12 Aug 2018 and achieved 2nd position in cultural competition