Prof. Hukam Chand NCC Care Taker
From the Incharge’s Desk
The NCC is a responsive, learning and continuously evolving organization. It encourages cadets to have a sense of patriotic commitment, to contribute to national development, respect for diversities in religion, language, culture, ethnicity, life style and habitat.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. National Cadet Corps is the Indian Military Cadet Corps, headquartered in New Delhi. Through this, the cadets are given basic military training in parades and small arms. GDC Drang at Narla, located in the rural area of the district Mandi (HP), has got the gift of NCC unit in the New Year (i.e. 1st January, 2021). It took almost a year to materialize this work. After completing all the formalities, the battalion provided an opportunity to the college students located in rural areas to bring them into the mainstream for service to the country. This college comes under the border costal area and got the total allotment of 50.
History of NCC
The National Cadet Corps is a tri-service organization comprising the Army, Navy and Air Force with the aim of making the youth disciplined and patriotic citizens. The origin of NCC was first known as “University Corps” then as “University Training Corps” (UTC). With the recommendation of committee headed by Pandit HridaynathKunzruthe NCC Act was adopted by the Governor General on 15 July,1948 and with this the NCC came into existence. In the 1965 and 1971 wars with Pakistan, NCC cadets were in the second line of defence to deliver ammunition and weapons to the battle site and act as patrols to capture paratroopers of the enemy forces. The NCC acquired an inter-service image after the addition of the Air Wing in 1950 and the Naval Wing in 1952.
‘B’-Certificate is the initial recognition of training.
‘C’-Certificate is the highest recognition of training.
Activities Done During Camps
Drill, Cross Country, Yoga, Physical Training, Weapon Training, Games, General Awareness Lectures, Camp Fire, Cultural Activities. Map Reading, Field Craft & Battle Craft.