NCC Club

National Cadet Corps (N. C. C.)

The National Cadet \Corps (N.C.C) came in to being in the year 1948 by an act of Parliament and was published in the Gazette of India.

It is a premier youth organisation spread across the length and breadth of our country 'a cadet strength of 4-33 lakhs for senior division and 7-30 Iakhsfor junior division. It aims at imparting discipline and character building besides training the youth to be better citizens and future leaders of the country and always available for the services of the nation.

  • SD Naval Wing NCC, L.N College, Jharsuguda 4 (0) Naval Unit NCC, Bhawanipatna, Odisha Raised on 15.09.2003 ANO- SLt. UttamCharanHota, Lecturer in Economics Cadet Strength- 60 Cadets (SD 50+ SW 10) The cadets of SD Naval Wings NCC attened RDC, YEP, Nausainik Camp, Ship attachment Camp, National Integration Camp, Basic Leadership Camp, Trekking Camp, Combined Annual Training Camp, Annual Training Camp etc. and add color to the college. The cadets participate in District level celebration of National and International Days and contribute to mass awareness of the society. To say the least, SD Naval Wing NCC LN College, Jharsuguda builds a beautiful bridge between the people & the College.
  • SD Army wing NCC, L.N College, Jharsuguda 2/5 Company, 5(O) Bn.N.C.C, Sambalpur, Odisha, CTO - ManasRanjan Acharya (under PRCN training 2016) Cadet strength of SD 60 Cadets.

Fresh enrolment of new cadets usually commences in the month of September and N.C.C training begins soon after the completion of admission. Regular PI staff from the Battalion Head Quarter (Bn. Hq.) and Naval unit attend the parade for conducting the classes under the supervision and guidance of the Coy. Cdr. Cadets are imparted basic elementary training on subjects like, Drill, Weapon Training Field Craft, Map reading, Military History and Geography, Leadership Training First Aid, Civil Defence. Social Service and adventure activities etc, Naval NCC cadets are imparted Naval Subjects in addition to common NCC subjects.

Cadets attend Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC) Annual Training Camp (ATC), National Integration Camp (NIC) All India Trekking Expedition (A.I. Trekk), Army Attachment Camp, Rock climbing Training Camp (RCTC) volunteering Expedition etc.

Cadets have to undergo rigorous and tough selection, to participate in "Basic Leadership Camp (BLC), Republic Day Camp (R D C) Independence Day Camp (IDC) ahead youth Exchange Programme (Y.E.P) Under YEP cadets get on oppor- tunity to visit friendly countries of India.

One of the objectives of N.C.C Training is to encourage the Cadets to appear at the 'B' and 'C' certificate examination These examinations are normally held in the month of March / April taking care to see that it does not clash with the examina- tion-schedule of the college. Cadets, on fulfilling certain conditions become eligible for certificate examinations, whose nominal rolls are prepared. The location for such examination is usually the Battalion Hq.

A good number of incentives are provided to NCC cadets holding distinction at various levels by the state Govt. and central govt. A specific number of N.CC scholarship, are awarded to meritorious cadets joining N.C, C. Special weightage is given to cadets' holding A, Band C certificates for admission in to different classes. Certificate 'C' holders (above 'B' grading) are exempted from written test for getting into officer's Training Academy (OTA) Chennai.

Thirty seats per course have been earmarked for certificate 'C' holder for entry in to 'IMA' Derhadun. Cadets participating in RD parade at Delhi are awarded free 'Muft’ along with cash incentives. Special consideration is given to N.C.C. cadets with Band C certificates for State Police Service and other paramilitary service under Central Government.

It is a matter of pride for N.CC to boost that its former cadets hold high offices today and have excelled in various walks of life. However, the task before us is quite challenging and stupendous in moulding the youth to meet the challenges of tomorrow.