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NCC

NCC

History of NCC 

  • Under the Defence Act 1917 NCC was established in the University corps. Purpose NCC establishment was to make up the shortage of the Army.
  • Indian Territorial Act was passed in 1920 in University Training Corps(UTC).
  • University  Officer Training Corps (UOTC) came in existence in 1942
  • On 15th July 1948 NCC Act was approved

History of NCC India

  • In 1972 Dr. G.S. Mahajani Committee decided Role and performance of NCC
  • In 1986 Thapan Committee has decided Aims and objectives of NCC
  •  In 1950 Air wing was established
  • In 1952 Naval Wing was established

 NCC History of C.M.P. College

C.M.P. Degree College holds NCC senior Girls Wing (Army) since 2016 with registered number of 2PIs of 5 COY under 6 UP Girls Battalio Prayagraj Uttar Pradesh.  Total   number of seats allotted to SW NCC cadets in the college are 52 (1 Coy). In 2016 Dr. Meena Rai, Associate Professor of Botany has taken initiative to start Senior  Army Wing in the college. Later on this legacy was transferred to Late Dr. Arjita Srivastava, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Dr. Kiran Verma, Assistant Professor of Sanskrit respectively. Since 2022 Care Taking Officer (CTO) of the College NCC Senior Wing is Dr. Ranjana Tiwari,Assistant Professor of Psychology. The college facilitates B and C certificate exams of CMP NCC cadets in three years duration.

The College unit of NCC facilitates the college cadets for  below mentioned training camps under 6 UP Girls Battalion, Prayagraj.

Dr. Ranjana Tiwari

C.T.O, C.M.P., College

6 UP Bn, NCC, Prayagraj

 Rules for ‘B’ certificate Exam

Applied only for Girl students of the College, irrespective of all academic courses

  • Get admission in CMP  Degree College in any  academic course  
  • Cadet must have passed ‘B’ certificate
  • Must get selection under CMP NCC unit exam
  • Must have attended two Annual Training Camp/ NIC/ Attachment training with regular Army Unit of the college itself. 
  • The cadet must have attendance a minimum of 75% of total training period, and complete 3rd yr NCC syllabus 
  • Appear in NCC B certificate exam organized by  Group Head Quarter NCC and coordinated by  6 UP Girls Battalin. 

 NCC ARMY WING

  • Principal of Infantry
  • Rank of Army officer
  • Various Core of Army:
    • Army service Corps
    • Army Medical Corps
    • Army Ordinance Corps
    • Core of Military Police
    • Judge Advocate general Branch 
    • Army INT 
    • Army Air Defence
    • Electric Mechenical Engineers

 NCC Adventure Trainings
  To impart leadership traits, team spirit, and physical strength in cadets.

Army wing conducts the following trainings:

  •  Mountaineering camps
  • Rock climbing
  • Trekking  camps
  •  Drill: bearing, marching, saluting and arm drill
  •  Weapon training 

Social Activities of NCC Cadets
To sensitize youth for social responsibilities and  develop  healthy and safe community

  • Anti Plastic rally
  • Traffic Awareness rally
  • Water body cleaning activities
  • Vaccine awarness rally and Nukkad Natak
  • Tree plantation
  • Blood donation camps
  • Anti dowry rally
  • Military Hospital camps
  • Disaster management  and Relief camps
  • Anti female Infanticide Pledge
  • Visite to Old Age home

   Ranks in NCC

  • RSM-Regimental Sergeant Major 
  • RQMS-Regimental Quarter Master Sergeant
  • S.U/O-Senior cadet Under Officer 
  • U/O Cadet Under officer
  • Company Sergeant Major
  • CQMS- Company Quarter Master Sergeant  
  • Sgt-Sergeant
  •  CPL-Corporal
  •  LCPL -Lance Corporal
  • Cadet 

  MISSION

  (Aims of NCC)

  • To Create a Human Resource of Organized, Trained and Motivated Youth, To Provide Leadership in all Walks of life and be 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.
  • To Develop Character, Comradeship, Discipline, Leadership, Secular Outlook, Spirit of Adventure, and Ideals of Selfless Service amongst the Youth of the Country.  

   (CORE VALUES OF C.M.P. NCC Cadets)

  • Discipline as a Foundation:

NCC aims to instill discipline not as a set of rigid rules but as a cornerstone for personal growth. It’s not just about standing at attention; it’s about learning to manage time, responsibilities, and challenges with grace.

  • Leadership in Every Cadet

NCC dreams of cultivating leaders, not just commanders. It’s about honing leadership qualities that extend beyond the parade ground — the ability to inspire, guide, and lead by example.

  • Adventure as a Teacher:

Adventure isn’t just an extra perk; it’s a classroom where NCC cadets learn courage, resilience, and the thrill of conquering fears. It’s about navigating not just the physical challenges but the uncertainties of life with a brave heart.

  • Service to the Nation

 NCC molds responsible citizens by emphasizing service to the nation. It’s not merely a duty; it’s a profound connection to the community, fostering a sense of duty towards society and a commitment to positive change.

OBJECTIVES

  • Ability to participate in community development and other social programme.
  • A healthy life style free of substance abuse and other unhealthy practices.
  • Sensitivity to the needs of poor and socially disadvantaged fellow citizens.
  • Inculcating habits of restraint and self-awareness.
  • Understanding the values of honesty, truthfulness, self-sacrifice, perseverance and hard work.

Respect for knowledge, wisdom and the power of ideas.

  MOTTO FOR NCC

  UNITY AND DISCIPLINE

       FOUR CARDINALS OF DISCIPLINE

  • OBEY WITH SMILE
  • BE PUNCTUAL
  • WORK HARD  WITHOUT FUSS
  • MAKE NO EXCUSES AND DON’T  TELL LIES

Directorate General of DG NCC

 Lieutenant General Gurbirpal Singh

 Benefits of NCC  Cadets

Physical Fitness and Mental Toughness:

   Beyond the push-ups and drills, NCC builds not just physical strength but mental resilience. It’s about realizing that true strength comes not only from the body but from a tenacious spirit.

Leadership Beyond Parades:

   The leadership camps and activities are not just for show; they are opportunities for cadets to discover their leadership potential. It’s about leading not only on the parade ground but in every aspect of life.

Confidence Born from Adventure:

  Adventure activities, from rappelling down cliffs to surviving in the wilderness, aren’t just adrenaline rushes. They are confidence-building exercises that echo in the cadet’s everyday life, fostering a belief in one’s capabilities.

Community Contributions and Civic Responsibility:

   NCC isn’t confined to the parade ground; it spills into the community. Community service projects aren’t checkboxes; they are avenues for cadets to contribute meaningfully, realizing the power of collective efforts in creating positive change.

Personal Reflections of CMP, NCC Cadets

NCC generate a chronicle growth in my own journey as an NCC cadet, the uniform became more than fabric stitched together; it became a symbol of growth, camaraderie, and service. The discipline instilled wasn’t a set of rules; it was a guide to navigating life’s complexities with a sense of order. Leading my squad wasn’t just about commands; it was about fostering unity and trust. 

By  Sargent, Tripti Pandey (B.Sc 3rd yr student) 

 VISION 

  • Aim of NCC in C.M.P., college is to inculcate discipline, character, social integration, cohesion in  youth. Foster the spirit of adventure and ideals of selfless service mindset of youth for the nation.
  • NCC is imparting motivated youth with moral values in all walks of life, who will serve the nation  and society regardless of which career they  will choose. 
  • NCC  training also provides a conducive environment to motivating Indian youth to join the armed forces. 

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