NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)


AboutNATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC):

NCC unit of our college is a part of 9 MAH. BN. NCC SOLAPUR, Maharashtra Directorate. NCC parades of our college are held on every Sunday (7:30 AM to 11:30 PM) from July to January each year. Besides parades, cadets also participate in various camps held at State, National and International level. These include Thal Sainik Camp, Army Attachment Camp, National Integration Camp, Annual Training Camp etc. Cadets are also motivated to participate in Republic Day Parade at New Delhi. Lt. Kiran Chapte has been looking after the NCC unit since 2020.


HISTORY OF NCC

  • National Cadet Corps (NCC) was raised with an aim of grooming both the boys and the girls of our country, nurture them and direct their energy towards nation building by making them responsible citizens
  • July 1948: After independence, today’s largest organization NCC formally came into existence on15 July 1948 through XXXI Act of Parliament.
  • July 1949: The Girls Division of the NCC was raised in July 1949.
  • April 1950: On 01 April 1950, Air Wing was raised, with one Air squadron each at Bombay and Kolkata.
  • July 1952: The Naval Wing of the NCC was raised in July 1952.

AIMS OF NCC

TO DEVELOP

QUALITIES OF CHARACTER, COURAGE, COMRADESHIP, DISCIPLINE, LEADERSHIP, SECULAR OUTLOOK, SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE, SPORTSMANSHIP AND SELFLESS SERVICE AMONG THE YOUTH TO MAKE THEM USEFUL CITIZENS.

TO CREATE

A HUMAN RESOURCE OF ORGANISED, TRAINED AND MOTIVATED YOUTH TO PROVIDE LEADERSHIP IN ALL WALKS OF LIFE AND BE ALWAYS AVAILABLE FOR THE SERVICE OF THE NATION.

TO PROVIDE

A SUITABLE ENVIRONMENT TO MOTIVATE THE YOUTH TO TAKE UP CAREER IN THE ARMED FORCES.


MOTTO OF NCC: UNITY AND DISCIPLINE

Core Values:

The NCC is a responsive, learning and continuously evolving organization. Its activity is guided by certain core values that we endeavour to instill among all ranks of the NCC. These include the following:

  • A sense of patriotic commitment to encourage cadets to contribute to national development.
  • Respect for diversities in religion, language, culture, ethnicity, life style and habitat to instill a sense of National unity and social cohesion.
  • Abiding commitment to learn and adhere to the norms and values enshrined in the Indian
  • Understanding the value of a just and impartial exercise of authority.
  • Ability to participate in community development and other social programme. .
  • A healthy life style free of substance abuse and other unhealthy practices.
  • Sensitivity to the needs of poor and socially disadvantaged fellow citizens.
  • Inculcating habits of restraint and self-awareness.
  • Understanding the values of honesty, truthfulness, self-sacrifice, perseverance and hard work
  • Respect for knowledge, wisdom and the power of ideas.

TRAINING

Based on the aims of NCC, the organization has laid down training syllabi for the cadets. The syllabi for the Senior Division cadets cover a period of three years.

First year NCC cadets are given only institutional training which covers Foot Drill, Arms Drill, Weapon Training, Map Reading, Field Craft, Battle Craft, Self-Defense, Leadership, First Aid, Civil-Defense, Aid to Civil Authorities and Community Development, Hygiene Sanitation and Adventure Activities etc.

Second year cadets can appear for “B” certificate examination after the completion of two years’ training successfully with more than 70 % attendance and participation in at least one centrally organized Camp. “B” Certificate Examination is conducted centrally by the Battalion at Solapur. Criteria for passing “B” certificate Examination are minimum 50% of marks in theory and practical separately.

Third year cadets can appear for “C” Certificate Examination after the completion of three years of training with more than 70% attendance and one more annual training camp after passing “B” certificate Examination.


INCENTIVES TO NCC CADETS

  • Direct commission for ‘C’ certificate holders through Service Selection Board
  • Preference is given in state & Central Govt. Services, Police, BSF, Coast Guard, etc.
  • Seats reserved for NCC Cadets for admissions in Engineering Poly techniques and Medical Colleges
  • Opportunity to participate in international youth Exchange Programmes held in various
  • Bonus Marks in the University Examination
  • Exemption in written test for military recruitment

SCHOLARSHIPS:

  • Chief Minister’s Scholarship
  • Maharashtra Government’s Scholarship
  • DG, NCC Scholarship

CADET WELFARE SOCIETY:

  • The NCC Cadets Welfare Society which was established in 1985 is functioning at HQ DGNCC, New Delhi
  • It is mandatory for anyone joining NCC as a cadet to become a member of this Society by paying Rs. 15/- (one time) at the time of enrollment.
    • The Society provides following benefits :-
    • Financial assistance/relief: - In case of a death during normal NCC activity, the nominee is provided a financial assistance of Rs. 4,50,000/- and in case of death in high risk activity Rs. 5 lacs. It also takes care of treatment if injury takes place during any NCC activity.
    • Scholarships: - It provides yearly 1000 scholarships of Rs. 6000/- each (one time) based on academic performance. Out of total 1000 vacancies, minimum ¼ ie 250 scholarships are given to cadets coming from rural/disturbed areas.
    • Best Cadet Awards:- Based on the performance of a cadet in NCC, there are Best and 2 nd Best Cadet awards constituted at the Group HQ level. The Best cadet is given an award of Rs. 3,500/- and 2 nd Best Rs. 2,500/-.
  • The details about the above can be obtained from the respective NCC units.

LIST OF NCC OFFICERS


Sr. No Name of the NCC Officer Duration
1 Maj. G. A. Kashid 1972 to 1992
2 Maj. Dr. S. K. Patil 1993 to 2020
3 Lt. K. B. Chapte 2020 to ---


ENROLLMENT DETAILS

Year FIrst Year Second Year Third Year Total
Senior Divi Senior Wing Senior Divi Senior Wing Senior Divi Senior Wing SD+SW
2016-17 27 - 18 - 09 - 54
2017-18 11 - 23 - 20 - 54
2018-19 15 10 14 - 15 - 54
2019-2020 11 08 16 06 13 - 54
2020-21 13 06 11 06 14 04 54

Social Activities:

  • Blood Donation Camps
  • Tree Plantation
  • Participation in Swacch Bharat Abhiyan
  • Participation in Jalyukt Shivar Abhiyan
  • Rallies on different occasions
  • Fund Raising for Communal Harmony
  • Flag Day Fund Raising
  • Statue Cleaning Activity
  • Rendering help to Barshi Police Station in maintaining law and order during social festivals

NCC Regular Activities and Camp Report:

  • NCC Report 2016-2017
  • NCC Report 2017-2018
  • NCC Report 2018-2019
  • NCC Report 2019-2020
  • NCC Report 2020-2021
  • NCC Report 2021-2022

COURSES OFFERED

  • CERTIFICATE COURSES
  • SENIOR COURSES
  • DIPLOMA COURSE
  • P.G.COURSE
  • Ph.D. PROGRAMMS

PRINCIPAL DESK

B.P.Sulakhe Commerce College is one of the branches of Shri Shivaji Shikshan Prasark Mandal Barshi, founded by Late Karmveer Dr. Mamasaheb Jagdale and had developed it since 1934. Mamasaheb devoted his entire life selflessly for the development of this Mandal which consequently reflects its light on the drought-prone area of Solapur and Osmanabad districts in the Western Maharashtra.

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