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The NCC Unit (2CHD BN NCC) has allotted 50 seats for the students of our school. At present our school provides students NCC training for two years. The cadets are selected from Class VIII onwards and include both boys and girls

The NCC aims at developing character, comradeship, discipline, a secular outlook and a sporting spirit, all of which are critical elements of a child’s education.

The NCC in India was formed with the National Cadet Corps Act of 1948. It was raised on 15 July 1948. The origin of NCC can be traced back to the ‘University Corps’ which was created under the Indian Defence Act 1917, with the objective to make up the shortage of soldiers in the Army.

Sachin Garg
Sachin Garg has been appointed as the In Charge of the School NCC Wing, He brings with him a wealth of experience from various prestigious institutes. He has completed numerous courses and attended various camps conducted by Chandigarh Lawn Tennis Association. As the NCC Head, Sachin plays multiple crucial roles such as managing cadet records and attendance, handling correspondence and documentation and assisting with new cadet enrolment. He oversees the maintenance and management of NCC inventory, ensuring the proper upkeep of training materials and resources, and coordinates logistics for events, camps, and parades. Sachin also assists officers during training sessions, supervises cadets, and ensures discipline. Additionally, he organizes and coordinates events, liaises with other institutions, maintains NCC facilities, ensures health and safety protocols, provides first aid and keeps emergency information updated. Acting as a mentor and role model, he guides cadets in their growth and supports them as needed. Furthermore, he coordinates community outreach programmes and promotes NCC activities within the local community.

The junior wing (JD and JW) cadets of the NCC receive two years of training and an 'A' certificate upon completion of the course. Training components include regular parades, manoeuvres, and physical exercises. In addition, they are instructed in the use of weapons, map reading, fieldcraft, battle craft, etc. Cadets are required to attend at least one annual training camp (ATC) organised by the unit (2 CHDBNNCC). Qualified NCC cadets are given preference when applying to schools, colleges, and many government positions, including the defence forces.