NCC


National Cadet Corps (NCC)

 

Unit 1: 10 (T) BN WARANGAL: TSI 3110 – 54 B/8 TG (B) COY NCC

Unit 2: NCC -ARMY: COY NO: TSI-3208    10(T) BN WARANGAL

[Motto: UNITY AND DISCIPLINE]

The National Cadet Corps (NCC) is a youth development movement. It has enormous potential for nation building. The NCC provides opportunities to the youth of the country for their all-round development with a sense of Duty, Commitment, Dedication, Discipline and Moral Values so that they become able leaders and useful citizens. The NCC provides exposure to the cadets in a wide range of activities, with a distinct emphasis on Social Services, Discipline and Adventure Training. The NCC is open to all regular students of schools and colleges on a voluntary basis. The students have no liability for active military service. The National Cadets Corps came into existence under the National Cadet Corps Act XXXI of 1948 (passed in April, 1948; came into existence on 16th July, 1948).

Aims of NCC:

  • To develop character, commandership, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and the ideals of selfless service amongst the youth of the country.
  • To create a human resource of organized, trained and motivate youth to provide leadership in all walks of life and 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.

Certificates & Examination

There are Three Certificates in NCC. Below describes about it from lower value to higher value:

Certificate –A: It can be taken by JD/JW cadets of the NCC, during class year 8 and 9. After passing those classes it can’t be obtained. The candidate must have attended a minimum 75% of total training periods laid down in the syllabus for the first and second years of JD/JW NCC (All Wings). The candidate must have attended one Annual Training Camp.

Certificate –B: It can be taken by SD/SW cadets of the NCC, after class year 10 and those studying for a degree. The candidate must have attended a minimum 75% of total training periods laid down in the syllabus for the first and second years of SD/SW NCC (All Wings). The cadet must have attended one Annual Training Camp/NIC. Cadets who possess Certificate-A will be awarded 10 bonus marks. An air wing cadet must do a minimum 10 Glider launches.

Certificate –C: Is the highest level certificate for NCC cadets. It can be taken in the 3rd year of training, in the 3rd year of degree course. Those who possess a Certificate – B can take it in the first year after their +2, and in the 1st year of their degree. The cadet must have attended two Annual Training Camps or one Annual Training Camp and one of the following: RD Camp Delhi, Centrally Organised Camp, Para Training Camp, Attachment Training with service units, National Integration Camp, Youth Exchange Programme, or Foreign Cruise (Navy Wing only).

Benefits of NCC

  • Preference is given to B & C certificate holders in Defence Services, Police services, Para-Military forces, Fire forces, BSF, Territorial Army, Industrial Security Forces, Public Sectors, and all uniform services.
  • 60 Engineering Seats, 16 Medical Seats, 6-7% of Post Graduation seats are reserved for NCC cadets in all Indian Universities.
  • Number of vacancies created every year through UPSC & SSC for ‘C’ Certificate holders and the selected only on interview basis.
  • NCC ‘C’ Certificate holders are given preference in the recruitment of Civilian Gliding Instructors/Girl Cadet Instructors /NCC whole time lady officers and Aero/Ship modeling instructors.
  • For Army soldier recruitment, NCC cadets get bonus marks.
  • NCC Cadets have reservation in many Government jobs, especially in the State and Central Police and in paramilitary forces.
  • NCC cadets have a lot of academic incentives too.
  • NCC ‘C’ Certificate cadet taken part in Republic day parade at New Delhi, they are exempted from CEE and be awarded 100 marks in lieu.
  • Sahara India and many other top industries pick up NCC Cadets possessing ‘C’ certificate for various job in their companies.

Activities in NCC are categorized as under:-

  • Institutional Training
  • Camp Training
  • Attachment Training (Service Unit)
  • Air wing Training
  • Naval wing Training
  • Social Service and Community Development Activities.
  • Youth Exchange Program
  • Conduct of Republic Day Camp
  • Conduct of course at OTA Kamptee and OTA Gwalior for ANO’s.
  • Career Counseling and Personality Development.
  • Remount & Veterinary Unit Training.
  • Conduct of Certificate Examinations.
  • Conduct of Adventure Activities.
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