NCC – Army
NCC was introduced in our college in the year 1972 with Late Dr.S.G.Hussain as the first ANO. Government Science College, Bangalore is the 2nd company under 2 Kar BN NCC and is known as the “Tiger Battalion”.
Aims and Objectives:
- To develop leadership qualities, courage, commandership, discipline, secular outlook, spirit of adventure, sportsmanship and selfless service among the youth to make them the best citizens.
- To create sense of discipline.
- To provide extention services and serve the society
- To generate trained manpower for the nation to contribute during emergencies.
- To provide training for the students and nurture their talents to help them obtain dignified placements.
- SD : 67
- SW : 21
- Total: 88
Only first year students are eligible for enrolment. Students are enrolled after they are tested for their physical fitness. They are also examined for their mental ability and the commitment and interest they show towards NCC.
Selection of leaders and promotions:
Promotions are done based on the seniority, performance of the cadets, attendance and fulfilment of the required conditions. The hierarchy is Cadet Funding is provided by the Ministry of Defence, Government of India towards refreshments (Rs.60 per student/ parade) and as washing allowance to the cadets. Uniforms are supplied by the battalion.
Budgetary allocations and funds:
Calender of Events:
Motivation and enrolment
Distribution of uniforms and introduction to naval courtesy
Turn out, naval traditions and customs and naval orientation; swimming training
Watermanship training, Ulsoor lake, Bangalore
Combined annual training camps
Pre Nav Sainik camp training, Arabian sea, Udupi, phase I,II and III
All India Nav Sainik Camp; Inter-Directorate competitions- Nationals, Easteren naval command, Vishakapatnam/ Karwar
Pre-RD camps, Phase I,II and III
CATCS, NIC, Trekking camps, Ocean to sky trekking camps
RD sailing Regetta, INS Chilka, Odissa
Ship attachment camp and Defuse Training at OTI Kamptee
Institutional activities such as parade training and naval subjects
B and C certificate exams
Funding is provided by the Ministry of Defence, Government of India towards refreshments (Rs.60 per student/ parade) and as washing allowance to the cadets. Uniforms are supplied by the battalion.