DEPARTMENT OF NCC STUDIES
National Cadet Corps (NCC) provides a platform for individual upliftment through the process of channelizing the energy of the youth in constructive pursuits. It also helps the youth to realize the intimate relationship between man and the community. It is an important initiative taken by Ministry of HRD/Ministry of Defense and UGC to introduce NCC as an elective subject at UG level from academic year 2013-14. Our College decided to start NCC as one of the elective courset at UG level from the academic year 2014-15 in autonomous mode. This interdiciplinary Elective Course is introduced for B.A/B.COM/B.SC. as a credit basis semester pattern course namely: NCC STUDIES (Theory and practical papers). The theory and practical papers both carry 75 marks and 03 credits each. It is implemented for three years degree course apart from the : "B” AND “C” CERTIFICATE examination conducted by NCC Organisation. NCC students are attached with Army unit of Group HQ Aurangabad [53 boys and 7 girls] The NCC department provides several opportunities to the students. It encourages students to participate & organise in various activities throughout the year. To give leadership role in drill practice as parade commonder. Gives chance to show demo in practical work like Yoga , PT, MR, WT etc. Encourages students for attending various prestigious National and International camps and parades like- Republic Day Parade, Thal Sainik Camp, All India Trekking Camp, National Integration Camp, Combined Annual Training Camp/Annual Training Camp, Advance Leadership Camp, Chief Minister Rally. Initiates to assist in organizing Blood Donation Camp, Disaster Relief Camp etc. Motivates to pursue for preparation of competitive examination and S.S.B. interview, to enhance their employability. Provides practical knowledge of drill& Drill with Arms. The student gets practical knowledge about fire fighting measures,disaster management. Advantages of the Course :
1) Enhancement of skill and patriotic values among youth.
2) Empowerment of youth and overall personality development.
3) Employability in defense, paramilitary forces and other services.
4) Attainment of qualities of good citizenship and ideals of selfless services.