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Introduction

The formation of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) under the NCC Act, 1948 was a major milestone for the development of the student community. With its motto of " Unity and Discipline", the NCC has become instrumental in molding the character and imparting in our children a dynamic outlook during their school and college education.

Aims

The Corps has expanded its horizons and now aims at developing character qualities amongst cadets and making them into good leaders and useful citizens so that they can take their appropriate place in all walks of life in the service of the nation. The qualities of leadership, discipline, espirit-de-corps, courage and confidence with a secular outlook, which are the hallmarks of good and useful citizens, are inculcated in the cadets through a well conceived programme of institutional training combined with adventure sports and outdoor activities. The progress and quality of training is reviewed and changes incorporated to bring about improvements.

Strength

The NCC celebrated its 49th anniversary on November 23, 1997 and entered its "Golden Jubilee Year" that day. NCC is the largest student organization in India. NCC's presence can be felt in most districts of the country. The total strength of NCC cadets now stands at approximately 11.6 lakhs. The wing wise distribution of the enrolled cadet strength is as follows:

  • Army Wing - 8,92,911
  • Air Wing - 65, 450
  • Naval Wing - 65, 050
  • Girl cadets (All Wings) - 1,39,957

    Training Activities

    Camp Training

    For further development of leadership and citizenship NCC organises Camp. The various camps are

  • Annual Training Camps
  • National Integration Camps
  • Nau Sainik Camp
  • Centrally Organized Camps 

    Attachment Training

    To motivate NCC Cadets to join the Armed Forces, the cadets are attached to various defense units. 9765 cadets were attached to Army, Navy and Air Force units for a period of 14 to 28 days.

    Gliding & Flying

    Gliding and Flying are popular activities of the NCC Air Wing. Gliding facilities are provided at 34 AIR SQN's. Power flying is undertaken on Pushpak / Cessana aircrafts, etc at thirteen selected flying clubs. The NCC Air SQN's have carried out a total of 31,533 launches on glider and 859.21 hrs of power flying during the year. Micro light aircrafts are being inducted to enhance the overall aviation awareness of the Air Wing cadets.

    Sea Training

    NCC cadets of the Naval wing during their sea training and attachments with the Naval Units are imparted intensive training in Naval subjects like Navigation Communication, Gunnery, Seamanship, Damage control & ship safety, first aid and ships husbandry.

    Sports and Games

    Sports and games have been incorporated in the curriculum of NCC activities. The first ever NCC games were conducted at New Delhi from August 06 - 15, 1997. 1350 boys and girls cadets from all over the country participated in the National Independence Golden Jubilee Panel Corps Games. The Cadets competed in various athletic events, football and volleyball. The Prime Minister, Raksha Mantri, Rajya Raksha Mantri and the three Service Chiefs graced the events. The games provided an additional avenue for the youth to display their prowess in sports and games at the National level.

    Adventure training

    To quench the thirst for adventure of the cadets NCC gives adventure training in the form of Mountaineering, Trekking, Cycle and Motor Cycle Expedition, Para Sailing, Para Jump, Slithering, Scuba Diving and etc.

    Community Development

    As part of a cadet's growing up process, the NCC takes up a large number of community development programmes. Some of them are listed below:

  • Disaster Relief
  • Adult literacy
  • Traffic Control 

  • Village adoption and child welfare
  • Anti dowry, Anti leprosy etc
  • Blood donation, eye donation
  • Tree Plantation

Training for NCC officers and Staff

To look after the training, orientation and up gradation needs of the NCC, Officers Training School, Kamptee (OTS) and Women Officers Training School, Gwalior (WOTS) conduct courses of various types to meet the identified training requirement at different levels.

To know about The Directorate of NCC

T. KULANDAIVEL
NCC AIR WING OFFICER