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National Cadet Corps (NCC), Hansraj College

National Cadet Corps (NCC), Hansraj College

About the society

National Cadet Corps (NCC) is a voluntary tri-service youth organization which aims at instilling characteristics of leadership, valour, comradeship, discipline and social service. NCC is a way of life, following our motto of ‘Unity and Discipline’, NCC Hansraj works relentlessly towards upholding the unity and integrity of our nation by moulding the upcoming generation into selfless citizensserving motherland with utmost honesty, irrespective of the field they aspire to choose. NCC Hansraj through its army sub wing provides basic military training and defence knowledge at institutional level as well as Annual training camps (ATC), Ek Bharat Shreshth Bharat (EBSB), National Integration Camps(NIC), Basic leadership Camp (BLC), Advanced leadership Camp (ALC) are organized at regular intervals to develop ideal physical strength and give an essence of Armed Forces. NCC Hansraj ensures its cadets’ holistic development by not only focussing on the physical aspect of health but also by encouraging the strengthening of mental and social health by conducting eclectic activities such as poster making competitions, debate competitions, essay, poetry and slogan writing competitions accompanied by interactive webinars with eminent personalities from revered fields. 

Core Team

Faculty Members

  • Convenor : Lt (Dr.) Jyoti Singh

Student Coordinator

  • Senior Under Officer : Himani Pavadia
  • Senior Under Officer : Bala Prassanna, Shivani Sharma, Preeti Yadav,Neha Yadav, Khushbu Yadav
  • CQMS : Simran Chauhan, Vishakha Bahadur
  • SGT : Neeharika Kalia, Pooja Prajapati
  • CPL : Asmita Phore, Yati Singh
  • LCPL : Bhawna, Charvi

Major events organised

  • Tree Plantation Pakhwada: 

This activity was organized from 13th - 29th July 2020. Webinars were conducted on tree plantation awareness. Various competitions like slogan writing, photography, poetry, extempore and poster making were organized. Cadets actively participated in the entire program with enthusiasm, planting trees in their localities and practicing hydroponics. Then an extempore competition was organized on 24th July.

  • Kargil Vijay Diwas 2020: 

Kargil Vijay Diwas organized on 26th July. NCC Hansraj celebrated the valour of our martyrs on 26th July 2020. A webinar was organized commemorating Operation Vijay. The event discussed the war memorial, the various difficulties in the war and how all of them were overcome. Cadets from various institutions participated in it and made it a great success.

  • EBSB Camp II 2020: 

2 cadets of NCC Hansraj Coy attended EBSB II camp from 13th August to 20th August. Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat (EBSB) has been one of the major flagship programmes of the Government to  bring in cultural integration of the country as a part of the vision to build a 'New India by 2022',  with the objective to celebrate 'Unity in Diversity' of our nation and preserve and showcase its rich  culture, customs and traditions, to promote national integration and highlight its history and to create an environment which instils deep and long-term engagements and learning by sharing  experiences and practices between its States and Union Territories.

  • Independence Day celebration,2020: 

This event was organized on 14th August. The entire event was conducted in online mode in the presence of our esteemed guest Prof. (Dr.) Rama, Prof. P. C. Joshi (Pro Vice Chancellor, University of Delhi) and Dr. Nitin Malik (Registrar, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University). Beginning from flag hoisting and guard of honour, the event proceeded with cultural performances, patriotic poetry and songs. 

  • EBSB III: 

2 Cadets attended EBSB III from 21st September to 26th September 'EBSB program' - the sole  purpose of this wonderful program was to identify and discover the idea of oneness which acts as  the basic current and runs like a golden twine through the entire fabric of Indian life and offers a  frame-work for understanding how modern cultural forms of both the states have emerged out of  very different histories and traditions. The entire journey gave us an account of literature, theatre,  film, modern and popular art, music, movies and food. In a series of engaging, erudite and specially  designed events we got a chance to explore in detail the social divisions, customs, communications  and daily life of both the states and which only compelled us to think in awe how wide-ranging are the cultures that persist in the different regions of India. These kind of programs truly helps us to understand the continuities and fissures within Indian culture. But all throughout, what comes to the forefront is the extra-ordinary richness and diversity of our Indian culture as a whole. 

  • The fitness week: 

This was organized from 30th August 2020 to 27th September 2020 to spread the awareness about health and fitness. The entire program was motivating and fun and was under the flagship initiative of the government of India’s Fit India Movement.

  • Swatcchta Diwas: 2020 

Cadets participated in Rajpath in a ten day program where they sensitized the people with the importance of cleanliness. They extensively participated in the rallies organized there. Apart from this, cadets participated in the webinar organised on Gandhi Jayanti i.e. 2 October 2020 highlighting the ways to ensure cleanliness. We organised a Yoga session on 30th August, Aerobics session on 6th September, Zumba session on 13th September and meditation session on 20th September. A short speech competition was organised on 10th October, a quiz competition was done on 17th October and a cultural event was organised on 27th October. 

  • NCC Day 2020: 

The event was celebrated on 22nd November. The main highlights of the event comprised of showcasing the history of the organization, the benefits and the notable alumni of NCC. NCC day is celebrated every year on the 4th Sunday in November. NCC day is observed throughout the country. The raising day is being celebrated all over the country with cadets participating in marches, blood  donation camps and social development programmes.

  • Constitution Day Celebration 2020: 

This day was organized on 26th November. On the auspicious occasion of Constitution Day which is celebrated on the 26th of November every year, NCC Hansraj organized a webinar for spreading  knowledge about the Constitutional values and their importance. The webinar started with the welcome of the ANOs following a few words by SUO Dhanesh Yadav. After the introduction of the  Constitution by the anchors, CDT Devadutt imparted his knowledge of the Constituent Assembly to  the viewers. 
Towards the end of the webinar and the last event, JUO Marut made the viewers realize their  fundamental rights as well as the fundamental duties. The webinar of Constitution Day celebration was  concluded with a few words by SUO Mehrab Kaur followed by ANO Dr. Jyoti Singh and ANO Dr.  Arvind expressing their thoughts on this event.

  • Republic Day: 26th January 2020 

Republic day was celebrated by the cadets of NCC Hansraj through blended (offline and online) mode on 25th January. Flag hoisting was done in the presence of Prof. (Dr.) Rama and Chief Guest Dr. Balaram Pani (Dean of Colleges, University of Delhi) and Mr. Mahendra Goel (President, Hansraj College  Alumni Association). The event was live streamed on Facebook as well as YouTube and students and cadets of Hansraj college were present throughout this celebration.

Pictures of events organised