1. Establishment Year : 1972-73
2. Aims of NCC : The ‘Aims’ of the NCC laid out in 1988 have stood the test of time and continue to meet the requirements expected of it in the current socio–economic scenario of the country. The NCC aims at developing character, comradeship, discipline, a secular outlook, the spirit of adventure and ideals of selfless service amongst young citizens. Further, it aims at creating a pool of organized, trained and motivated youth with leadership qualities in all walks of life, who will serve the Nation regardless of which career they choose. Needless to say, the NCC also provides an environment conducive to motivating young Indians to join the armed forces.
3. Enrolment: Enrolment of cadets is as per the directives at Head quarter Aurangabad Group working under Maharashtra Directorate of NCC organization.
4. Training: Training Period : 03 Years
Parade days of timing : 02 days in week (Total 120 days)
Friday : 04.00 pm to 06.00 pm
Saturday: 04.00 pm to 06.00 pm
5. Training staff :
Associate NCC Officer - Lt. Dr. ArchanaTak
Visiting PI Staff - JCO and NCO from 7 Maharashtra Girls BN NCC, Aurangabad.
6. Training Syllabus : Training Programme and syllabi is framed by NCC organization at national level. NCC Syllabus covers entire aspects to achieve aims of NCC.
Drill, Map Reading, Field Engineering, Obstacle; Weapon Training First and Health & Hygiene, Military Organization, National Integration Self Defense, Posture Training and Yoga, Disaster management etc.
(B) Nature of training :
1. On parade ground
2. In the class room
3. During various camps
(ATC/ALC/BLC/NIC/Pre. RD / RD Group Selection/TSC/Trekking / Parasailing/ Scuba diving.)
4. Guest lectures
5. Firing Training in Training Camp
8. Participation in social services :
Our NCC cadets participate in social services like Tree Plantation, Blood Donation, Pulse Polio Drive, Anti-AIDS Rally and Disaster Management, Fit India Freedom Run, etc.
9. Incentives :
1. NCC organization motivates cadets, by offering scholarships and giving them washing and refreshment allowance as per NCC rules of DG NCC to the eligible cadets.
2. SRTM, University, Nanded gives benefit of additional five marks at final year degree examination of under graduate level eligible NCC Cadet every year.
3. In Annual Gathering Programme, our college offers prizes to cadets for their special achievement during various camp activities.
The NCC is headed by the Director General (DG), an officer of three-star rank. The DG is assisted by two Additional Director Generals (A and B) of two-star rank (major-general, rear-admiral or air vice-marshal). Five Brigadier level officers and other civil officials also assist him.
The Headquarters is located in Delhi. The organisational structure continues as follows:
• Directorate – There are 17 Directorates  located in the state capitals headed by an officer of the rank of a Maj Gen from the three Services.
• Division / Regimental Corps – There are 3 such Specialised Corps located in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore respectively. They are independent of the state directorate and report to the HQ. These divisions form the support function of the regular NCC. Each is headed by a Senior Officer- an equivalent rank of (Lt.) General.
• Group – Depending upon the size of the state and growth of NCC in the states, Directorates have up to 14 Group Headquarters under them through which they exercise their command and control of the organisation in the state. Each group is headed by an officer of the rank of Brigadier or equivalent known as Group Commander.
• Battalion- Each NCC Group Headquarters control 5–7 units (Bns) commanded by Colonel/Lt.Col or equivalent. • Company – Each Battalion consists of companies which are commanded by the Associate NCC Officer (ANO) of the rank of lieutenant to major.
In all there are 96 Group Headquarters in the country who exercise control over a network of 700 Army wing units (including technical and girls unit), 73 Naval wing units and 64 Air Squadrons. There are two training establishments namely Officers Training School, Kamptee (Nagpur, Maharashtra) and Women Officers Training School, Gwalior. Besides this Vice Chancellors of various universities across India are conferred with honorary rank of commandant in NCC, to promote and support NCC in their respective University.
The NCC is a responsive, learning, and continuously evolving organization. Its activity is guided by certain Core Values that we endeavour to in still among all ranks of the NCC. These include the following:
1. A sense of patriotic commitment to encourage cadets to contribute to national development.
2. Respect for diversities in religion, language, culture, ethnicity, lifestyle, and habitat to in still a sense of National unity and social cohesion.
3. Abiding commitment to learn and adhere to the norms and values enshrined in the Indian Constitution.
4. Understanding the value of a just and impartial exercise of authority.
5. Ability to participate in community development and other social programs.
6. A healthy lifestyle is free of substance abuse and other unhealthy practices.
7. Sensitivity to the needs of poor and socially disadvantaged fellow citizens.
8. Inculcating habits of restraint and self-awareness.
9. Understanding the values of honesty, truthfulness, self-sacrifice, perseverance, and hard work.
10. Respect for knowledge, wisdom, and the power of ideas.
1. The desirability of composing a NCC song was considered in January 1956. The official song of the NCC – ‘Kadam Mila KeChal’- was adopted in 1963 and registered in 1969 with the approval of the Ministry of Defence. In 1974, it was felt that the NCC song has failed to catch the imagination of the youth and there was a need for a change.
2. Director of documentary film on NCC , ‘A Cadet’s Diary’, happened to hear the song- ‘Ham Sab Hindi Hain’- which appears to have been first sung at a Youth Festival at Chandigarh, sometime during 1968-69 and he introduced it in the documentary film. The song was a hit and played repeatedly in Republic Day Camps. In 1980, the word ‘Hindi’ was substituted with ‘Bhartiya’.
Hum Sab Bhartiya Hain, Hum Sab Bhartiya Hain.
Apni Manzil Ek Hai, Ha, Ha, Ha, EkHai, Ho, Ho, Ho, Ek Hai
Hum Sab Bhartiya Hain
Kashmir Ki Dharti Rani Hai,
Sartaj Himalaya Hai,
Sadiyon Se Hamne Isko Apne Khoon Se Pala Hai
Desh Ki Raksha Ki Khatir, Hum Shamshir UthaLenge,
Hum Shamshir UthaLenga.
Bikhere-Bikhere Tarey Hain Hum Lekin Jhilmil Ek Hai
Ha, Ha, Ha, Ek Hain
Hum Sab Bhartiya Hain,
Mandir Gurdware Bhi Hain Yahan
Aur Masjid Bhi Hai Yahan,
Girja Ka Hai Ghadiyal Kahin
Mullah Ki Kahin Hai A jaan.
Ek Hi Apna Ram Hai, Ek Hi Allah Taala Hai,
Ek Hi Allah Taala Hai, Rang Birange Deepak Hai Hum,
Lekin Jagmag EkHai Ha, Ha, EkHai, HoHo, Ho, EkHai.
Hum Sab BhartiyaHain, Hum Sab BhartiyaHain.
1. Certificate – B:
It can be taken by SD/SW cadets of the NCC, after class year 10 and those studying for a degree. The candidate must have attended a minimum 75% of total training periods laid down in the syllabus for the first and second years of SD/SW NCC (All Wings). The cadet must have attended one Annual Training Camp/NIC. Cadets who possess Certificate - A will be awarded 10 bonus marks. An air wing cadet must do a minimum 10 Glider launches.
2. Certificate – C:
Is the highest level certificate for NCC cadets. It can be taken in the third year of training, in the third year of degree course. Those who possess a Certificate - B can take it in the first year after their +2, and in the first year of their degree. The cadet must have attended two Annual Training Camps or one Annual Training Camp and one of the following: RD Camp Delhi, Centrally Organised Camp, Para Training Camp and Attachment Training with service units, National Integration Camp, Youth Exchange Programme, or Foreign Cruise (Navy Wing only).
3. Grading in Certificate
Three certificates are awarded: 'A' grade, 'B' grade, 'C' grade.
The best grade is A, which has the highest value. A cadet has to obtain 45% marks in each paper & 50% marks in the aggregate to pass the examination. Grading is based on total marks obtain will be awarded as follows. Grading 'A' – Cadets obtaining 80% marks and above,
Grading 'B' – Cadets obtaining 65% marks and above but below 80%,
Grading 'C' – Cadets obtaining 50% marks and above but below 65%, Fail – Cadets obtaining less than 45% in any paper or less than 50% in aggregate.
|Name of Activity||Date||Activity Report|
|World TB Day Rally||24/03/2023||View|
|Millets Lunch on the occasion of International Women's Day and International Year of Millets.||08/03/2023||View|
|Workshop on Roll of Youth in Disaster Management||01/03/2023||View|
|Guest Lecture on Map Reading||09/02/2023||View|
|Guest Lecture on Drill (Practical and Theory), Map Reading & Health Hygiene||13th & 14th 01/2023||View|
|Swachhata Abhiyan at Shri. Siddheshwar and Ratneshwar Devalaya, Latur.||28/12/2022||View|
|Joint Tree Plantation Drive with Collector office, Latur||24/07/2022||View|
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|Visit to Border Security Force, Chakur||11/04/2022||View|
|Swachhata Abhiyan on occasion World Heritage Week||25/11/2021||View|
|Guest Lecture on Field Craft and Battle Craft||20/10/2021||View|
|Annual Training Camp||20/09/2021 to 26/092021||View|
|Fit India Freedom Run||25/09/2021||View|
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|Vrukshdindi on the occasion of celebration of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti||18/02/2021||View|
|Guest Lecture on “Gender Sensitization”||09/02/2021||View|
|Workshop on Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation||01/02/2021||View|
|Workshop on Leadership Management||25/01/2021||View|
|Workshop on Incentives for NCC Cadets||06/01/2021||View|