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NCC

National Cadet Corps is a Tri-Services Organisation comprising the Army, Navy and Air Force, engaged in grooming the youth –‘The Leaders of Tomorrow’ – into disciplined and patriotic citizens. The genesis of the NCC can be traced back to the First World War when the Britishers created the University Corps as the second line of defence and to have a large pool of trained youth available for employment into the Armed Forces.

After independence on 16 April 1948 the NCC came under the Ministry of Defence, Government of India.

The Girls Division of the NCC was started in July 1949 and in April 1950 Air Wing was added. Afterward the Naval Wing was raised in July 1952, thus completing the true representation of all services in the Corps.

 

The Motto of NCC is- "Unity and Discipline".

Aims of NCC

1.   To Develop Character, Comradeship, Discipline, Leadership, Secular Outlook, Spirit of Adventure, and Ideals of Selfless Service amongst the Youth of the Country.

2.   To Create a Human Resource of Organized, Trained and Motivated Youth, To Provide Leadership in all Walks of life and be Always Available for the Service of the Nation.

3.   To Provide a Suitable Environment to Motivate the Youth to Take Up a Career in the Armed Forces.

DAV College has three wings of NCC:

1. NCC (Army Wing) has been working since 1948. Currently it is under the command of Major S K Tuli and Lt. Sameer Sharma.

Detail of cadets enrolled during the session 2012-13:

Year

Cadets

Strength

III

11 cadets S.D.

02 cadets S.W.

13

II

24 cadets S.D.

08 cadets S.W.

32

I

156 cadets S.D.

14 cadets S.W.

170

 

2. NCC (Air Wing) has been working since 1951.DAV College Jalandhar has the privilege to be the first college to introduce this wing at State Level. Currently, it is under the command of  Sqn. Ldr. A K Trivedi.

Detail of cadets enrolled during the session 2012-13:

Year

Cadets

Strength

III

06 cadets S.D.

03 cadets S.W.

09

II

18 cadets S.D.

08 cadets S.W.

26

I

47 cadets S.D.

18 cadets S.W.

65

3. NCC (Naval Wing) has been working since 1995. Currently, it is under the command of Lt. Manoj Kumar.

Detail of cadets enrolled during the session 2012-13:

Year

Cadets

Strength

II

27 cadets S.D.

16 cadets S.W.

43

I

05 cadets S.D.

02 cadets S.W.

7

Achievements and Distinctions:

  • Active participation of the cadets in Independence Day & Republic Day Parades organised at Regional, State & National level.
  • The department of NCC often take Cycle/Bike/Scooter expeditions like, Cycle Expedition from Jalandhar – to ChambaManimahesh, Scooter expedition from Jalandhar to Kaza-Kunjam pass,Scooter expedition from Jalandhar to Khardungla (via leh) (highest motorable road in the world), Scooter expedition from Jalandhar to MandiManaliBeas Kund, Bike expedition from Wagha Border (Amritsar) — Tawang (China Border). 
  • Cadets also won the Sahara scholarship worth Rs. 12,000/- sponsored by Sahara Group of Industries for achieving excellence as well as NCC scholarship worth Rs. 5,000/-.
  • Cadets actively participate in various camps like CATC, DCATC, RDC, TSC, VSC, NIC, Trekking Camp, Army Attachment Camp, Basic and Advance leadership Camp and Youth Exchange Programme, Rock Climbing, Paragliding, Water Rafting, Para Jumping and Para Sailing etc. Besides these, thecadets also participate in Basic and advance Mountaineering Courses, Parasailing, Aeromodelling and Flying.
  • Department is also involved in various extension activities likeorganising Blood Donation Camp, Tree Plantation Drive, Pulse Polio Drive, Traffic Control Duties, visit to Apahaj Asharam, visit to Deaf and Dumb School etc. 
  • BEE and CEE certificate holders are given weightage for pursuing higher studies and for getting jobs in Services / Armed forces, para military forces and State Police Services etc.

Commendation to Officers:

(i) Major S K Tuli was awarded Director General NCC Commendation Medal

(ii)  Sqn. Ldr. A K Trivedi was awarded DDG Commendation and two times groups Head Quarter Trophy.

Many cadets, with following details have been commissioned in armed forces either through NDA, CDS and Direct entry scheme for C certificate holders and many have joined paramilitary forces, State Police Services etc. :

 

Sr.No.

Rank

Name

Type of Commission

Year

1. 

Cdt.

Vijay Kumar

NDA

2012

2. 

C/WO

N. Pathania

ORS

2009

3. 

C/Sgt.

Ravi Bhagat

IAS

2006

4. 

CADET

Kumar Vikas

AFA

2005

5. 

CADET

J.Agnihotri

AFA

2005

6. 

CADET

P.Randhava

OTS

2004

7. 

CADET

Sandeep Washist

IMA

2004

8. 

CADET

Tanuj Bakshi

BSF

2004

9. 

CADET

Pardeep Verma

BSF

2002

10. 

CADET

Anil Minhas

SSC

2001

11. 

CADET

Taranjit Singh

NDA

2001

12. 

CADET

Manveer Singh Gill

IMA

2000

13. 

CADET

Lalit Mohan

NDA

2000

14. 

CADET

Gurvinder Singh

IMA

1999

15. 

C/WO

Sanjay Kumar

SSC

1999

16. 

C/WO

Vinay

IMA

1998

17. 

CADET

R.S.Garcha

ARMY

1998

18. 

C/WO

Maneesh Singh

SSC

1996

19. 

C/WO

Rupinder Singh

SSC

1996

20. 

C/WO

Surinder Pal Singh

SSC

1996

21. 

CADET

Haskaran S. Sandhu

NDA

1995

22. 

C/WO

Jagtar Singh

ARMY

1995

23. 

C/WO

Omesh Singh

IMA

1995

24. 

LFC

Jagdeep Singh Jagi

OTS

1990

25. 

LFC

Rajinder Singh Bedi

NDA

1990