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NCC

National Cadet Corps (NCC), 7th Company Senior Division

SKN College of Agriculture, Jobner

The NCC was established in this College in 1957.  Currently one company having sanction strength of 107 cadets is working to give Army wing training. The NCC got its own building in 1965. The cadets of this campus got several honours and awards. Since 1988-89, the NCC Company of College has remained “Champion Company” and honoured by Chief Minister of  Rajasthan in 1994 on NCC Raising Day Parade at Jaipur for excellent performance in Indo Canada Youth Exchange Programme, 1994. Two international level youth exchange programme ICYEP 1990 and 1994 was held at this campus. CUO Ritesh Kumar Singh honoured by Governor of Rajasthan and by D.G. NCC in 1995. D.G. NCC, Delhi visited two times during ICYEP Programme. Cadets and Associate NCC Officer Major S.S. Khangarot selected and attended R.D. Camp. 1990, BLC 1993, NIC, A.P., Gujarat, Kerala and Maj. Khangarot was awarded commendation medal 2002. Cadet Anurag Chadha awarded Gold Medal in 1994. CUO Supern Singh attended BLC, Delhi recently selected as Major in Indian Army. After superannuation of Maj. Khangarot, Lieutenant Dr. M. R. Choudhary took charge of NCC unit on 21st April 2011. Lieutenant Choudhary also completed 76 days Direct Commission Training Course of NCC & got “A grade” at Officers Training Academy, Kamptee (Nagpur) held from 4th July 2011 to 17th Sept. 2011 and honoured by the rank of Lieutenant. After Lieutenant Choudhary, Lieutenant Dr. B. L. Dudwal took charge of NCC unit on 7th August 2015 and he is also completed 90 days Pre- commission Training Course of NCC (PRCN/SD/162) from 3 July 2017 to 30 Sept. 2017 at Officers Training Academy, Kamptee (Nagpur) and honoured by the rank of ‘Lieutenant’. The NCC unit of college is contributing toward the goal in an effective and meaningful manner.

The Aims of the NCC:

  • To develop character, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and the ideals of selfless service amongst the youth of the country.

  • To create a human resource of organized, trained and motivated youth, to provide leadership in all walks of life and always available for the service of the nation.

  • To provide a suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in the Armed Forces.

Completed and ongoing schemes:

  1. B & C certificate courses: This type courses are organizing by Directorate of NCC, Govt of India in which 1st year and 2nd year students are enrolled and after passing theory as well as practical examination gets B & C certificates, respectively.

  2. NCNS 4221 course (0+1): This course is offering by university for 1st and 2nd year students and they have to pass it.

  3. Cadets prepared for taking part in ceremonial prades on 15th August and 26th January.

Achievements:

  • Every year 107 cadets are getting B and C certificates.

  • Every year 107 students attending annual training camps, army attachment camps and NIC camps as per vacancy allotment from Directorate of NCC.

  • All the NCC cadets of this college participate in ceremonial prades on 15th August and 26th January every year.

  • Cadets of this unit also participates in ‘Swachhta Abhiyan, Blood donation camps, International Yoga Day and Awareness rallies every year.

Contact:

                                          

Lt. Dr. B. L. Dudwal

Associate NCC Officer

7th Company Senior Division, NCC

SKN College of Agriculture, Jobner

Email.: bldudwal.agro@sknau.ac.in

Phone: 8290480713

 

 

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Last Updated : 11 Nov 2018