Scouts ,Guides , and NCC

The Scouts and Guide movement has gained momentum in our Vidyalaya under the scout master ship of Mr. R.C.Mahali,Mr.M.R.Darjee, and Guide Captain Ms.T.M.Sahoo.,Mrs.C.Nanda Regular training is imparted to the students. A Colour party is initiated in the Vidyalaya.One day camp cum cub Bulbul Utsave was organised in which children did the social work by cleaning the Vidyalaya Campus and conducting the Grand Camp Fire in the evening. Parents, Guardians and Defense Personnel witnessed and enjoyed it.

The NCC movement has gained momentum in our Vidyalaya under the able guidance of NCC Officer Mr.HImanshu Jaiswal .Regular training and camps are imparted to the students. Cadets did the social work by cleaning the Vidyalaya Campus and conducting the Grand Camp Fire in the evening. Parents, Guardians and Defense Personnel witnessed and enjoyed it.

Let’s have a brief description of NCC:-

The full form of the abbreviation N.C.C. is National Cadet Corps. India has the largest cadet corps in the world with strength as more about 30 lakh cadets. The National Cadet Corps consist of three Divisions-senior, Junior and Girls. The first two Divisions are composed of three wings-army, navy and Air Force. The army wing has units of various Corps-Armored, Artillery Engineers, Signallers, Infantry, Electrical and Mechanical Engineers and Medical Personnel. The cadets are given basic military training. Cadets of technical units receive specialized training. The N.C.C. Academy at Purandhar runs special courses for N.C.C. Officers. The N.C.C. College for women at Gwalior trains lady N.C.C. Officers.

The values of military training are very great. In almost all countries of the west regular military training to the young has become a regular feature of the national life In an emergency or critical situation when the security of the people is in danger, the students come forward to defend the country. The N.C.C. in India is going to fulfil the long-felt military needs of the students. The Secondary Education Commission has suggested that the recruitment and the training of N.C.C., should receive great attention from the Defence Department. The National Cadet Corps consists of three divisions (a) Junior Divisions in the High Schools and the Public Schools. It comprises three Units of Army, Navy and Air Force, (b) In Colleges Senior Division of N.C.C. functions; (c) Girls Division Unit is gradually becoming popular. The Government of India has set up an organization called the Auxiliary Cadet Corps with "Service to the Country (DESH SEVA.)" as its motto.

There is no dearth of recruits in India. The real problem is to find suitable candidates for selection as commissioned officers. To meet this difficulty, military training has been made compulsory for all able-bodied male undergraduates in colleges, since 1963.

The National Cadet Corps imparts military training to boys and girls in schools and colleges. The National Cadet Corps cannot act as an inexhaustible reservoir of potential officers for the Armed Forces of India.

Cadet means a young military student. The members of N.C.C. are trained in military discipline, a quality which is highly necessary for all. They also learn the rudiments of fighting process, so that they can be able to join our Armed Forces without any difficulty.  Mr.S.Bhue, Librarian, NCC Officer, K.V.INS Chilka

 

NCC In charge  :Mr.S.Bhue, Librarian 
NCC activities.

NCC Details

Enrolment form

Course Form

Form No III

Camp Form.