NCC

 National Cadet Corps- NCC (Hindi:राष्ट्रीयकैडेटकोर)

The  National  Cadet  Corps  (NCC) in India was formed with the National Cadet Corps Act of 1948. It was raised on 15 July 1948. The origin of NCC can be traced back to the ‘University Corps’, which was created under the Indian Defence Act 1917, with the object to make up the shortage of the Army.

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 voluntary basis. National Cadet Corps is a Tri-Services Organization, comprising the Army, Navy and Air Force, engaged in grooming the youth of the country into disciplined and patriotic citizens. 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.

The main NCC Group Headquarter for our state is in Raipur. It was raised in Feb 1963 to exercise command and control over NCC Units located in Chhattisgarh and to provide NCC coverage to the Chhattisgarh region comprising of eighteen districts of Raipur, Bilapsur, Durg, Raigarh, Bastar (Jagdalpur), Sarguja (Ambikapur), Mahasamund, Dhamtari, Kawardha, Rajnandgaon, Kanker, Janjgir-Champa, Korba, Koria, Jashpur Nagar, Dantewada and Bijapur.

 Consequent to re-organization during 1992-94 the 1 MP (BSP) EME coy NCC Bhilai was disbanded and converted into 8 MP (I) {Now CG(I)} coy NCC Kanker, Two other Indep Coys i. e. 9 MP (I) {now CG (I)} Coy NCC and 10 MP (I) {now CG (I)}Coy NCC were raised in Jagdalpur to cover the Bastar region. A total of 78 Colleges, 5 ITIs and 171 Schools are being provided NCC coverage. 1 CG Naval Unit NCC was raised in 2009 at Raipur.

There are 17 Directorates  located in the state capitals .Directorates have up to 14 Group Headquarters under them through which they exercise their command and control of the organisation in the state. Each group is headed by an officer of the rank of Colonel or equivalent known as Group Commander.

 1 CG Naval Unit was raised in 27 Sep 2007, Sainik School Ambikapur was raised in 01 Sep 2008 and 1 CG Girls Bn NCC, Jagdalpur was raised in 12 Jun 2011.

 1 CG Girls Battalion NCC,GEC Jagdalpur :

The 1 CG Girls Battalion NCC, in  Government Engineering college Jagdalpur was raised on 23 September 2013. 1 CG Girls Battalion NCC,GEC Jagdalpur comes under the  Directorate Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh having Group Headquarter at Raipur. The NCC group is headed by an officer of the rank of Colonel or equivalent known as Group Commander. NCC Group Headquarters control 5-7 units (Battalions) commanded by Lt. Colonel/Major or equivalent. Colonel.M.J.Jacob is the commanding officer for 1 CG Girls Battalion NCC Jagdalpur. Each Battalion consists of companies which are commanded by the Associate  NCC  Officer (ANO) of the rank of  lieutenant to major. If no ANO’s are appointed for the institution then care takers are appointed. The Care Taker for our college is Miss Nisha Prabhakaran. ANO or Care Taker is an important link in the NCC organization between the Battalion  and the cadets. As a matter of fact, ANO or Care Taker is the feeder node of  NCC since he / she is the one who is in direct contact with the cadets all throughout the year. There are two training establishments namely Officers Training Academy, Kamptee and Women Officers Training School, Gwalior. These two institutions train the school and college teachers selected to head the company/troop. Courses in these institutions range from 21 days to 90 days in duration.

 There are 34 cadets enrolled in NCC platoon for GEC Jagdalpur. Candidate list is as below:

S.No.

Name

Branch

Semester

1

Vidya Thakur

ET&T

4th

2

Vidya sahu

ET&T

4th

3

Sulipa Ratre

IT

2nd

4

Renuka Sahu

ET&T

4th

5

Yogita Kawde

ET&T

4th

6

Banita Markam

Electrical

4th

7

Kattam Rama Devi

ET&T

4th

8

Ankita Prajapati

ET&T

2nd

9

Sandhya Nayak

ET&T

4th

10

Smriti Vaidya

ET&T

2nd

11

Swati Dewangan

Civil

2nd

12

Harsha Kujur

Electrical

4th

13

Chanchal Dahiwale

IT

4th

14

Shivangi Pandey

CIVIL

2nd

15

Surabhi Nair

ELECTRICAL

2nd

16

Rashmi Patel

ET&T

4th

17

Deepanjali Bhardwaj

CIVIL

2nd

18

 Neetu Singh Ratre

ET&T

2nd

19

Thaneshwari Sahu

ET&T

2nd

20

Dixa Kedia                  

IT

4th

21

Manisha Yadav

MECHANICAL

4th

22

Ayesha Mandavi

CIVIL

2nd

23

Shrishty Tiwari

ET&T

4th

24

Bharati Sori

MECHANICAL

2nd

25

Savitri Sahu

ET&T

4th

26

Deeksha Vaidya

ET&T

4th

27

Priyanka Sheel

ELECTRICAL

2nd

28

Kavita Thakur

CIVIL

4th

29

Sonal Wankhede

ET&T

2nd

30

Manisha Kashyap

ET&T

4th

31

Anita Dhale

ELECTRICAL

4th

32

Bhenu Dhruw

IT

2nd

33

Chopali Chanchal

ET&T

2nd

34

Mrinmayee Shukla

ELECTRICAL

6th

 

Our 1 CG Girls Battalion NCC Army cadets wear khaki uniform all provided by NCC. They have periodic Drills and Training is provided to them by NCC officers and PI staffs. The cadets are provided with Morning Breakfast after every drill. Total training period for Senior Division is 3 years with an extension of 1 year permissible. Every cadet of the Senior Division has to undergo service training for a period of at least 4 hours per week during the training year.

Atleast two NCC camp is scheduled  in an year. These camps are conducted by the NCC in collaboration with Indian Army as the willing cadets are attached to the specific regiments under going the training period of 10–15 days. In this camp, the cadets are trained by the instructors of the particular regiment, in the military tactics including day/night warfare & also get familiar with the weaponry.

Basic Training:

Drill :  Cadets are made to understand the aim and purpose of teaching drill, so that they are suitably motivated and do not take it as “fatigue”. Emphasis will be laid on correct bearing, marching, saluting and arms drill. Inter-squad competitions are organized to create interest.

Weapon Training : Cadets generally take keen interest in weapon training and firing. Units liaise with nearby Service and Para-Military Units to ensure that all cadets get an opportunity to fire their authorized weapon. Use of firing simulators may be made to optimize training efforts where possible.

Certificate Exams : State Directorates to conduct these exams with great deliberation. No dilution on any score is acceptable.

Entry into Armed Forces : Provisions exist for NCC ‘C’ Certificate holders to join the Armed Forces as officers. A great effort at the Group / Unit level to motivate, select and coach aspiring cadets to join the Armed Forces. Cadets are also been given the opportunity to undergo the “Personality Development Capsules” as also SSB Coaching Courses at the OTA. Group Cdrs to ensure that their cadets are made aware of incentives for NCC ‘B’ & ‘C’ Certificate holders opting to join the Armed Forces / TA / and PMF.

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