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Enrollment is open for all cadets at Cadets are requested to approach respective School authorities for their enrollment(Training Year 2022-23).

The National Cadet Corps (NCC) is a youth development movement. It has enormous potential for nation building. 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. The NCC is open to all regular students of schools and colleges on a voluntary basis. The students have no liability for active military service.


Guidelines for Opening of NCC in an Institute (For exact procedures refer to the NCC Rules / Contact the Commanding Officer of the nearest NCC Unit)

1. Institutions desirous of having NCC are required to apply formally on the prescribed format duly completed (eight copies) to the CO of concerned nearest NCC Unit, where these forms are available. In case of the Private/Self Financing institutions, concurrence should be endorsed at Ser 16 of the application form by the Sponsor / Head of the institution for bearing the financial implications.

2. Institution should fulfill the requisite pre-conditions are as follows :-

      1. Availability of students for enrollment.
      2. Availability of eligible teachers to be appointed as Associate NCC Officer. One ANO per school/college for Junior Division or Senior Division cadets.
      3. Availability of parade ground, storeroom for NCC.
      4. Short Range for firing in the vicinity.
      5. Supplementing financial resources (in case of Govt aided institutions). Private institutions are required to bear entire expenditure of the State’s share. Details will be available with nearest NCC Bn HQ.

3. The applications submitted by the institutions are scrutinized by the Unit and feasibility of raising NCC in the institution is also examined. On fulfillment of the conditions, the application is forwarded to GP HQ for their recommendations. GP HQ forwards the application to DTE with their recommendations endorsed on the relevant para of the application.

4. At Directorate level, in case of the State Govt aided institutions, the applications are forwarded to the State Govt for their commitment for bearing their share of the financial implications. Endorsement of the competent authority at para 16 of the applications is required in case of new raisings of NCC sub units. However, in case of withdrawal of NCC sub unit from one institution and it’s re allotment to another one, the endorsement of the State Govt is not mandatory. If no response is received from the State Govt within 30 days , it is presumed that the State Govt has no objection to the proposal of the withdrawal/ re allotment.

5. In case of the self financing institutions or the institutions sponsored by other than the State Govts (like Kendriya Vidyalayas, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, Military Schools etc), the endorsement of the Head of the institution or the sponsor is required at para 16 of the application for the financial commitment.

6. Once the commitment to bear the financial implications is endorsed and the cadet strength becomes available, the DTE forwards the applications to NCC HQ for sanction of the raising.

7. This HQ scrutinizes the applications on the basis of criterion of waiting list seniority, endorsement for financial commitment for the State Govt / sponsor share, availability of cadet str etc, and on being found eligible, sanction is accorded and communicated to the DTE .

8. The DTE , in turn, communicates the sanction to concerned GP HQ who in turn communicates to the Unit and after that the process of raising starts.

9. Dte can recommend out of turn sanction for prestigious institutions.

What is the age limit for a student to join NCC?

For JD/JW Cadets : 12 -18.5 Years

For SD/SW Cadets : Upto 26 years of age.

What are the various types of Camps in NCC?

(a) Annual Training Camp (ATC)

(b) Centrally Organised Camps (COC)

(i) Leadership Camps

(ii) Vayu Sainik Camp

(iii) Nau Sainik Camp

(iv) Rock Climbing Camps

(v) National Integration Camps (NIC)

(vi) Thal Sainik Camps(TSC)

What sort of activities are undertaken in NCC?

Activities in NCC are categorized as under:-

(a) Institutional Training

(b) Camp Training

(c) Attachment Training (Service Unit)

(d) Air wing Training

(e) Naval wing Training

(f) Social Service and Community Development Activities.

(g) Youth Exchange Program

(h) Conduct of Republic Day Camp

(i) Conduct of course at OTA Kamptee and OTA Gwalior for ANO’s.

(j) Career Counselling and Personality Development..

(k) Remount & Veterinary Unit Training.

(l) Conduct of Certificate Examinations.

(m) Conduct of Adventure Activities.