SGM College, Karad

- National Cadet Corps (Army Wing) -


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Introduction


The National cadet corps (NCC) has its genesis in the ‘University Corps’ which was created under the India Defence Act 1917 with the object to make up the shortage of the Army in 1920, when the Indian Territorial Act was passed, the ‘University Corps’ was replaced by the ‘University Training Corps (UTC) in 1942 the UTC was renamed as the University officers Training Corps (UDTC). The need to create a youth organization at National level to train the young boys and girls to be better citizens and future leaders of our great country in all walks of life, including Defence forces, was rightly realized by our leaders. A committee under Pandit HM Kunzru was set up in 1946 at the behest of our First Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. The NCC Act XXXVI of 1948 under the Ministry of Defence (MOD).


The motto of the NCC is ‘Unity and Discipline’ which was adopted on 23rd December 1957 in living up to its motto the NCC strives to be and is one of the greatest cohesive forces of our nations, bringing together the youth hailing from different parts of our country and moulding them into united, secular and disciplined citizens of our nation.


Aims of N.C.C.


  • To develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, Discipline, Leadership, Secular outlook spirit of adventure and sportsmanship and selfless services among the youth to make then useful citizens.
  • To create a Human resource of organized trained and motivated youth. To provide leadership in all walks of life, including the armed forces and be always available for the service of the nation.
  • To create suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in the armed forces.

Cardinals of N.C.C Discipline

  1. Obey with smile.
  2. Be Punctual.
  3. Work hard without fuss.
  4. Make to excuses and tell no lies.

Objectives of N.C.C. Discipline

  1. To develop character and personality.
  2. To develop self confidence.
  3. To build up physique and courage.
  4. To teach those subjects which will be useful during emergency and in day to day life
  5. A unit of 54 cadets was established on 1963-64 in our college. At present we have a unit including cadets we try out level best to achieve the aims and targets of NCC. This is being done through different activities in our unit. We herewith enclose a report of activities done in our unit in last five years.,


NCC BOYS

Name of the Battalion : 19 MAH. BN. NCC. Karad
Name of the Group: Kolhapur Group
Name of the Directorate: Maharashra Directorate, Mumbai
Strength of the Boys Unit: 54

NCC OFFICER


MAJ. R. S. Rankhambe


Cadets Participation in various camps


Republic day camp Delhi(RDC)
National Integration Camp
All India Shivaji Trail Trakking Camp
Army Attachment Camp (MIRC)
Pre Thal Sainik Camp
Pre Republic Day (IGC)
Disaster Management Camp
Basic Leadership Camp
Combined Annual Camp
National Game Camp


National days celebrated by NCC Unit

  1. 15th August Independence Day.
  2. 28th November N.C.C. Day.
  3. 26th January Republic Day.

Our Achievements (2010-16)

  • Cadets Join in Indian Army : 20
  • Cadets Join in Border Security Force (BSF) : 01
  • Cadets Join in Central Industrial Security Force : 01
  • Cadets Join in Central Reserve Police Force :01
  • Cadets Join in Indian Tibet Police : 02
  • Cadets Join in Mumbai Police : 02
  • Cadets Join in Bombay Muncipal Corporation : 01

  • Special Achievements

    1. SUO Prasad Koli : Participated in RDC (26th Jan 2013
    2. SUO Akash Patil : Participated in RDC (26th Jan 2015

    The Activities Run by N.C.C. Unit

    1. Blood Donation.
    2. National Puls Polio Programme.
    3. Tree Plantation.
    4. Vijay Diwas Samaroh.
    5. N.C.C. Guest lecture.
    6. Commonwealth Youth Games Pune-2008.
    7. Conduct of ’C’ Certificate Examination.
    8. NCC KOTE (TRG Store / Guard Room / Magazine).

    NCC Girls
    ( Unique in Satara District )

    Name of the Battalion : 6 MAH. GIRLS BN. NCC. Kolhapur
    Name of the Group: Kolhapur Group
    Name of the Directorate: Maharashra Directorate, Mumbai
    Strength of the Girls Unit: 50

    NCC OFFICER


    Capt. S. R. Shinde


    Cadets Participation in various camps (2010-17)


    Republic day camp Delhi(RDC)
    National Integration Camp
    All India Trakking Camp
    Army Attachment Camp (MIRC)
    Pre Thal Sainik Camp
    Pre Republic Day (IGC)
    Disaster Management Camp
    First Aid Military Camp
    Combined Annual Camp
    Special NIC Port Blair [Andaman]

    Total Camps Attended : 46
    Number of Cadets : 230


    National days celebrated by NCC Unit

    1. 15th August Independence Day.
    2. 28th November N.C.C. Day.
    3. 26th January Republic Day.

    The Activities Run by N.C.C. Unit

    1. Blood Donation.
    2. National Puls Polio Programme.
    3. Tree Plantation.
    4. Vijay Diwas Samaroh.
    5. N.C.C. Guest lecture.
    6. Commonwealth Youth Games Pune-2008.
    7. Conduct of ’C’ Certificate Examination.
    8. NCC KOTE (TRG Store / Guard Room / Magazine).

    Special Achievements

    1. SUO Vaishali Desai : Participated in TSC Delhi
    2. JUO Dimple Vishwakrama : Participated in RDC Delhi in The Gaurd of Honour
    3. JUO Shruti Sankpal : G. V. Mavlankar Shooting camp at West Bengal

    Pride Alumini

  • PSI Neeta Bhosale
  • PSI Deepjyoti Patil
  • BDO Darshana Suryawanshi
  • PSI Ekta Pawar

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