“Unity and Discipline”
The National Cadet Corps is a Tri-Services Organization, comprising the Navy, Army and Air Force, engaged in grooming the youth of the country into discipline and patriotic citizens, which was created under the Indian Defence Act, 1917 with the Aim to make up the shortage of the Army. Upon the recommendation of the committee headed by Pandit H N National Cadet Corps came into existence under the National Cadet Corps Act XXXI of 1948 under the Ministry of Defence (MoD). The Naval Wing was introduced in 1950 and the NCC curriculum was developed at the behest of Late Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru who took keen interest in the growth of the NCC. Following the 1962 Sino-Indian War, to meet the requirement of the Nation, the NCC training was made compulsory in 1963. In 1968, the Corps was again made voluntary.
AIM OF THE NCC
- To develop character, comradeship, 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 motivated 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.
The activities of NCC can be broadly divided into the following distinct categories described below
- Institutional Training
- Camp Training.
- Attachment Training.
- Army/Naval/Air Wing Activities.
- Youth Exchange Programme.
- Community Development Programme cum Social Service Activities.
- Adventure Training, Cycle Expedition, Trekking & Sports etc.
- Foot Drill, Arms Drill & Weapons Training.
- Self Defence.
- Map Reading.
Naval NCC Cadets are trained in the true spirit of Indian Navy culture on wide range of activities. These include Foot drill, Parade training, Watermanship training, Swimming, Boat pulling, Sailing, Semaphore, Rigging, Map Reading, Weapon Training and Firing, Ship modelling, Line Area etc. Besides, Cadets are chosen to go on-board Indian warships for first hand training and foreign cruise to various SAARC countries.
The cadets are detailed to undergo the following camps within and outside the State after which they get the laid down NCC Certificates which help them to seek admission in Engineering, Medical, Dental and Poly-Tech through CET of Karnataka and also preference is given for Jobs in State Govt, Central Govt & PSUs. The cadets are also given various incentives for their outstanding performance in the various NCC camps.
- Annual Training Camp (CATC)
- Inter group Competition Camps
- Watermanship Camp
- ATC Naval Wing
- Pre Nausainik Camps
- All India Nausainik Camp (AINSC)
- Scuba Diving Camp
- Firing Camps
- Trekking and Mountaineering Camps
- National Integration Camps
- Pre RD camps
- RD Sailing Regatta (INS Chilka, Orissa)
- Ship attachment camp
- Republic day Camps- New Delhi
- Youth Exchange Programme (foreign countries)
Every year an NCC Republic Day Contingent Camp & PM’s Rally is held at New Delhi during December and January in which NCC Contingent of all states participates. The NCC Contingent of the State who is adjudged for the excellent performance is awarded the Championship Banner during the PM’s rally on 27th January every year by the Hon’ble Prime Minister.
The Naval NCC unit has been at the forefront of all the NCC activities of the Karnataka and Goa Directorate. Many cadets have represented the Karnataka & Goa Directorate in the Republic Day parade in New Delhi and have won several medals and trophies at this prestigious event. Through dedication and hard work, these cadets have brought laurels to the Directorate, State and the institution. Further, many cadets have represented the State at the prestigious All India Nausainik camp, All India Leadership camp, RD Sailing & Yatching Regatta and Ship attachment camps.
Naval NCC Cadets have successfully participated in the Republic Day Camp, New Delhi and have also been selected for participation in the Prime Minister’s Rally.
Many NCC cadets have taken up careers in the Armed Forces at various ranks including officers and have reached high positions. It is a matter of pride that the present Group Commander of the Bangalore Group “A” is our alumnus (Colonel Ayyappa). A majority of the cadets are placed well in some of the reputed MNCs by virtue of their NCC background.
Prof. Haleshappa, Asst. Professor, Department of Chemistry
- Naval NCC officer was adjudged the Best Officer Cadet during his pre commission training in Southern Naval Command, Kochi.
- The Naval NCC officer also won the Best ANO during training at Western Naval Command, Visakapatnam
- The Naval NCC officer is the recipient of DG Commendation for outstanding service to Naval NCC, New Delhi.