THE NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)
|Navy(men)(Caretaker)||: Dr. Akhil Krishnan R., Dept. of Physics|
|Girls wing (army)||: Lt. Elsy Shereena, Dept. of Chemistry|
The Aims & Objectives
- To help develop character, commandership, the ideal of service and capacity for in young men and women of the country.
- To provide service training to young men and women so as to stimulate interest in the defense of the country.
- To build up reserve of potential manpower to enable the armed forces to expand national emergency.
The College provides one platoon in the Army wing girls Division with 50 cadets in the Army Naval wing with 50 Cadets of authorised strength.
Enrollment is open to volunteers from & II B.A./ B.Sc. Classes, Special incentive benefits are granted by the University and Government in the form of bonus marks and credits to cadets in the matter of selection to course of study – professional and non professional.
The Scheme of award of permanent Commission in the army through
‘C ‘ certificate entry into the Indian Military Academy. Dehra Dun’ has been revised with effect from 1973.
Once enrolled, cadets are expected to abide scrupulously by the regulations of the National Cadets Corps. Defaulters will be liable to action for breach of college discipline.
Student with creditable record of attendance and achievement in the N.C.C are preferred in admission to the Degree Classes.