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NATIONAL CADET CORPS,
COY No. 4/(ARMY),
SREE NARAYANA COLLEGE,
PUNALUR-691 305



NCC Sree Narayana College, Punalur

    National Cadet Corps (NCC) is the biggest youth organization in India having an enrolled strength of more than 13 lakhs cadets and functions under the Ministry of Defence. The NCC came into existence on 16th April, 1948 through No. XXXI Act of Parliament. It was formally inaugurated on 15th July, 1948 as soon as the schools and colleges reopened after summer vacation. The Girls Division of the NCC was started in Jul 1949 in order to give equal opportunities to school and college going girls. Air Wing was added on 01 Apr 1950 with one Air squadron each at Bombay and Kolkata. The Naval Wing of the NCC was raised in Jul 1952, thus completing the true representation of all services in the Corps. It was expected that that NCC would be a second line of defence and that it would serve as a large pool of trained youth, available for employment into the Armed Forces. Nearly more than 12,000 teachers/professors from the educational institutions all over the country, referred to as Associate NCC Officers, constitute the back bone of NCC training staff.
Aims of NCC are: -

     The NCC Army Sub Unit of Sree Narayana College comes under the jurisdiction of 9(k) Bn NCC, Kottarakkara with an enrolled strength of 108. The SD and SW wings function as one unit under the leadership of Associate NCC Officer (ANO) Capt. Dr. Arun. V, HOD, P.G. Dept. of Chemistry. Cadets enrolled were given institutional training and can participate in adventure activities, community development programmes, various national level and annual training camps; youth exchange programmes, sports and cultural activities etc. Training is usually imparted on Saturdays. Cadets who have the required attendance to their credit and have shown sufficient progress can appear for B and C certificate examination conducted by Ministry of Defence, Government of India at the end of the second and third year of training respectively. Those who pass these examinations will be given preference for joining the armed forces. N.C.C. training will be treated as additional qualification while making recruitments to public service. Grace Marks are awarded as per University Rules to outstanding cadets.


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