National Cadet Corps (NCC)
The National Cadet Corps (NCC) is the Indian military cadet corps. NCC is a Tri-Services Organization, comprising the Army, Navy and Air Force. It is engaged in grooming the youth of the country into disciplined and patriotic citizens. It is the organization which gives the Indian youth a glimpse of what it feels like to be an officer in the Indian armed forces. It is one of the largest reserve forces in the world.
For a student to be part of NCC an activity during academic career is not only a matter of pride but also has many advantages in terms of development of overall personality. Participating in various NCC activities, learning its discipline, privileged of wearing the uniform and feeling associated with it, the respect you gets in the society, etc. earns reverence for you and makes you distinct among your peers.
Aims of the NCC
(a) To develop following qualities in the cadets:-
- Development of Character.
- Secular Outlook.
- Spirit of Adventure.
- Ideals of selfless service among the youth of the country.
(b) To create a human resource of Organized, Trained and Motivated youth, to
provide leadership in all walks of life and always be available for the service of the
(c) To provide a suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in the
NCC ARMY WING HJD
HJD Institute of Technical Education and Research was awarded with NCC – Army Unit – Senior Division with students Company of 50 Cadets in the year 2017. The NCC Unit at the Institute is under 1 Gujarat (I) Coy NCC Bhuj (Kutch), Jamnagar, Gujarat. In three years of NCC training cadets are given basic military training in small arms and parades, attend national camps and participate in various NCC activities at regional and national levels. They also take part in social services. Cadets are trained to nurture and uphold the sense of unity of India and to become responsible citizens of the nation. Institute provides an environment conducive for motivating qualities in all walks of life.
- Obstacle Range
- Army Corner
- Firing Range
Drill, shooting, physical fitness, map reading, first aid, gliding/powered flying, load pulling, mailing and camp training form part of institutional training. Camp training constitutes the most important part of the NCC Training. In camps, young cadets get the thrill and joy of outdoor and community living. Besides, All India Camps such as National Integration, Leadership, NauSaink, VayuSainik, Army Attachment, Republic Day and Independence Day Camps, in which cadets from all parts of the country work together and contribute greatly towards promoting national integration. This campus have abridged the cultural gaps, broken regional and religious and language barriers and have brought the youth closer to each other.
List of Activities:
|1||22-08-2018||Rakshabandhan Program at Bhuj-Madras Battalion|
|2||11-09-2018||ADG NCC Sir Visited Campus during CATC Camp|
|3||20-09-2018||Swacchta Abhiyan Clieanliness Program|
|4||26-09-2018||Surgical Strike Day Celebration|
|5||19-01-2019||Vote for Better India Abhiyan 2019|
|6||22-01-2019||Army Wing CO Sir Visited HJD Institute|
|7||24-01-2019||Visited Airforce Station, Bhuj|
|8||26-01-2019||Republic Day Parade|
|9||18-02-2019||Opening of Army Corner at HJD Institute|
|10||02-07-2019||Awareness Program on Air Pollution|
|11||02-07-2019||Combine Obstacle Practice|
|12||19-07-2019||CATC Camp Firing Practice|
|13||26-07-2019||Celebration of Kargil Vijay Divas|
|14||29-07-2019||Blood Donation Camp|
|15||19-09-2019||Rally against Single Use Plastic|
|16||17-09-2019 To 02-10-2019||Swachta Pakwada Celebration|
|17||04-10-2019||NCC Rank Ceremony|
ANO (Associate NCC Officer) is an important link in the NCC organization between the Battalion and the cadets. As a matter of fact, ANO is the feeder node of NCC since he is the one who is in direct contact with the cadets all throughout the year.
|NCC Officer details|
|Lt. Dipesh Pindoriya|
|ANO (Associate NCC Officer)|
|Mobile Number:- +91-9978078549|
|Email id:- email@example.com|
NCC Materials for Cadets
|Sr. No||Subject||Material link|
|1||ANO Handbook||Click Here|
|2||Cadet Handbook Common Subject||Click Here|
|3||Cadet Handbook Specialized Subject||Click Here|
|4||NCC Acts||Click Here|
|5||Red Handbook||Click Here|
|6||Types of Camps||Click Here|
|7||Right to Information Volume 1||Click Here|
|8||Military Secretary||Click Here|
|9||Right to Information Volume 3||Click Here|
|10||Right to Information Volume 4||Click Here|
|11||Right to Information Volume 5(a)||Click Here|