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National Cadet Corps (NCC)

Army/Naval Wings – The four cardinals of NCC are: Obey with smile, be punctual, work hard without fuss and make no excuses & tell no lies.

The main aims of NCC are:
-To develop character and ideals of selfless service among youth
-To create a human resource of organized, trained and motivated youth and to prepare them for regular commission in army and navy.

NCC Army Wing

The College has always been proud of its NCC Army Wing which has brought great laurels to the institution year after year. A total of 140 cadets enrolled themselves in the Army Wing in the current session.

Thal Saina Camp

Thal Saina camp was organized from Sep 18, 2017 – Sep 29, 2017. Two cadets, Rahul Negi and Vaibhav Pradhan, were selected for the camp. Thal Saina camp is one of the most prestigious camps which was held at New Delhi. Cadets won gold medals in shooting.

NIC (National Integration Camp)

Two National Integration Camp were organized in Dhanbad (Jharkhand) from Sep 30, 2017- Oct, 2017 and Ropar from  Jan 11,2018 to Jan 21, 2018. Six cadets took part in these camps and gave an outstanding performance during the camp. Cadet Mr Manoj Thakur won gold medal in drill test. Cadets won first prizes in Inter-Directorate Dance Competition and Inter-Directorate Speech Competition. Cadet Mr Padmakant Tripathi commanded the All India Special Quarter Guard.

Basic Leadership Camp

Basic Leadership Camp was organised in Malaut from Oct 12, 2017 to Oct 22, 2017. Cadet Mr Harsh Singh Bhardwaj participated in camp.

Army Attachment Camp (Chandimandir)

11 cadets were selected for the camp organized by 18 Kumaon Regiment, Chandimandir from Nov 7, 2017-Nov 21, 2017. The cadets put up a splendid performance at the camp. Cadet Mr Padmakant Tripathi lead the group.

Pre Republic Day Camp (III)

Pre Republic Day Camp was held at NCC Army Academy, Ropar from Dec 1, 2017 - Dec 10-2017. Cadet Mr Vishwapratap Singh Narula participated in the camp.

Annual Training Camp (ATC)

It was held at NCC Academy, Ropar from Dec 30, 2017-Jan 10, 2018 . 54 cadets were selected for the camp and won medals in drill, tug of war, obstacles, shooting, quarter guard, volleyball competitions.  Cadet Mr Vishwapratap Singh Naruka was selected Best Commander in Chandigarh Directorate. Overall, the unit secured second position.

Cycle Expedition

11 cadets participated in cycle expedition event organized by Panjab University, Chandigarh on 10th March 2018.

NCC cadets of our college also participated in various activities like Blood Donation Camp, Run for Unity Marathon, Swach Bharat and Awareness Rallies.



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NCC Naval Wing

NCC Naval Wing of the college enrolled 35 cadets this session. The achievements and activities of the wing are:

 14 cadets attended ATC Camp held at PG Government College Sector 11 Chandigarh from Jun 5, 2017 -June 14, 2017.

Mr Shiwang Sharma attended the Advanced Leadership camp (ALC) from Sep 8, 2017- Sep 18, 2017 at Malout.

Cadet Mr Shubam Sood attended National Integration Camp from Jun 19, 2017- Jun 30, 2017.

Cadet Mr Shubam Sood and Cadet Sheet Pal attended All India Nau Sainik Camp(NSC) from Sep 23,2017- 03th Oct 2017 at Maharashtra. They also won a bronze medal in Boat Pulling and Boat Rigging.

Cadet Mr Ankit Bisht attended DNTC- II camp at Ropar from Jul 11, 2017- Jul 21, 2017. He also attended the National Integration Camp from Nov 25, 2017-Dec 05, 2017 and won a Bronze Medal in Sailing Competition.

Cadet Mr Shivam Joshi attended a National Integration Camp from June 19, 2017- June 30, 2017. He also attended Pre Nsc Ii from Sep 01, 2017- Sep 10, 2017, and Pre NSC 3 from 01  Cadet Mr Vikram , Mr Vivek Saini  and Mr Amit got the Rank of ??? Sep 11, 2017- Sep 20, 2017 SPO/Cadet  from the Commanding Officer on 20th Nov 2017.

The NCC Naval Wing of the College works under the able guidance of Sub/Lt Surjit Singh. He also got the commendation letter from the commanding Officer for contributing immensely in a commendable way to motivate the cadets and for organizing various NCC activities as ANO.

National Service Scheme (NSS)

Guided by the motto, ‘Not Me But You’ NSS volunteers uphold the tradition of selfless service towards the resurrection of society. Two units of National Services Scheme of 100 students each have been allotted to this college. Students of all streams are encouraged to join NSS. Volunteers are required to work for 120 hours in one academic session for national reconstruction and personality development programmes. Volunteers attending the 7 days regular camp are awarded certificates carrying weightage for seeking admission to higher academic programmes and jobs.

The College has three NSS Units comprising of 300 volunteers who participate whole heartedly in various activities undertaken to generate a sense of social responsibility. Programme Officers of NSS units are Mr Bhupinder Singh (Department of History), Ms Amanjot Kaur (Department of Commerce) and Dr Gurpreet Kaur (Department of Chemistry).

7-Day Special NSS Camp: The College units organized a Seven Day Special NSS camp themed Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and Digital Literacy’ from Sep30, 2017- Oct 10-2017. A total number of 165 volunteers (150 students and 15 non-students) attended this camp under the supervision of NSS programme officers in the college campus and adopted village Kaimbwala. The following are the details of the programmes pursued by the units during the Academic Session 2017-18.

  1. Dr Bikram Rana, the State Liaison Officer and Dr Navdeep Sharma, NSS co-ordinator, Panjab University, Chandigarh were the chief guests for the inaugural session. Dr Bikram Rana had an interactive session on the role of youth in transforming the society for a better future to huge rounds of applause from volunteers. Dr Navdeep Sharma gave a very encouraging speech to motivate the students to show their dedication towards all the activities. She emphasised the importance of inculcation of good habits of physical and mental hygiene. During the second session, a video on spiritual guru Jaggi Vasudev's Rally for Rivers was played followed by a quiz on the basis of the video. A slogan-writing and poster-making competition was held to bring out the creativity and infuse teamwork among the volunteers.
  2. On the second day of the camp, a survey on Digital Literacy was conducted in the village Kaimbwala. Volunteers were divided into teams for conducting the survey. Yet another team was constituted to promote and demonstrate the habit of hand wash and cleanliness amongst the children at Kaimbwala. A door-to-door survey was taken up thereafter at the village with focus on spreading awareness about digital literacy among the residents. The activity was fun and useful as the residents also showed a keen interest in helping the volunteers conduct survey effortlessly. An informative presentation was given by Bhupinder Singh, Coordinator of the camp on caravansarais.? An interactive session was held as volunteers prepared for the activity 'Run for Fun' by making posters. A presentation was given by volunteers Ms Jyotirmya and Ms Muskan on Blue Whale Challenge covering all aspects of the deadly game and importance of the role that parents and society have to play in curbing the repercussions of the game. Under 'Run for Fun' activity, volunteers jogged to Sukhna lake carrying posters and slogans. In the second session, Dr Aman Jain delivered a lecture on importance of fitness and exercise in our life. He also shared some self-defence techniques and flexibility drills with the volunteers. 
  3. On third day, a unit of NSS volunteers visited the Government School in Kaimbwala to spread awareness regarding the Blue Whale game. The volunteers also covered other related topics such as depression, mental health and care for others in their interaction with the children.
  4. Mohinder Kaur Kataria, Director, LST gave a comprehensive and interesting lecture cum presentation on Life Skills Training. She motivated the students to understand the essence of life and to make life worthwhile. The second session was T-shirt painting session by an interior designers Ms. Narita  and Ms. Komal who trained volunteers about art practically. The volunteers also engaged themselves in painting diyas.
  5. Mr. Stanzin Dawa, Director North Region, RGIYND, Chandigarh was the Chief Guest for the fifth day of NSS camp.  A street play on Digital Literacy was performed by volunteers. The Chief Guest added humour to a very encouraging lecture covering several aspects of life and the ways in which we can make every day count. A small talent hunt session was done in which the volunteers showcased their talents. Thereafter, volunteers visited the Digital Awareness Mela in the Parade Ground, Sector 17, Chandigarh. They made the volunteers aware of the role played by digital technology in their respective fields.
  6. On the sixth day, NSS volunteer Nandan shared a presentation on ‘Caring for Parents and Family’. Karan Singh gave an extensive presentation on road safety. A cleanliness drive followed and the classrooms and halls were cleaned by the volunteers. In the Post-lunch session, Smt Madhubala, Assistant Program Advisor, Ministry of Youth affairs and Sports, Govt of India, and NSS Regional Directorate shared important aspects of NSS and significant knowledge about careers leading from the programmes based on what volunteers learn from their experiences at NSS camps. She inaugurated the cultural evening. NSS volunteers showcased their talent. With vigorous performances through a nukkad natak, fusion dance, bhangra, solo and group songs, the volunteers set the stage on fire.
  7. The final day of the camp commenced with a video of all the activities of 7-Day NSS camp shown by the volunteers. A scrap book beautifully decorated by the day to day pics of seven-day camp was also shown. Colonel J. S Bala appreciated the volunteers and Program Officers for the efforts to made the camp a successful one. At the end of valedictory function, certificates were distributed to NSS volunteers.


Other NSS Activities

  1. Volunteers participated in Youth Leadership Training Camp organised by Youth welfare Department, Panjab University, Chandigarh from June 30, 2017 - July 8, 2017.  Arshdeep Singh of BSc III got first prize in extempore.
  2. Swachh Bharat Pakhwara: Following activities were performed to celebrate Swachh Bharat Pakhwara:-
  3. Swachhta Pledge: NSS unit along with NSS program officers took Swachhta pledge on August 4, 2017. The Principal Jyoti Lamba and NSS Programme Officers inaugurated the cleanliness drive on the campus & motivated the NSS volunteers and students to keep the campus clean.
  4. Cleanliness drive: A cleanliness drive in College Campus by NSS volunteers on 5th Aug, 2017.
  5. Slogan Writing and a lecture on “Anti- Polythene”:  On Aug 8, 2017, NSS units of the College organized a theme based event on ‘Anti-polythene’  inaugurated by Principal Jyoti Lamba followed by a presentation on the topic - ‘PLASTIC BAGS: An awful load of Rubbish’ by Dr. Asim Kumar Chowdhary. After that, a slogan writing competition on the anti-polythene theme was held in which 23 NSS volunteers participated. They all portrayed wonderful slogans with amazing representation of their thoughts. Third and last part of the event was a campus ralley to aware the students about anti-polythene.
  6. Cleanliness Awareness Rally: Cleanliness Awareness Rally organised in our adopted village Kaimbwala on Aug10, 2017.
  7. NSS Orientation Event for the enrolled students was organised by NSS Program Officers in MP Hall of the college on 11th Aug, 2017. All the NSS volunteers attended the event.
  8. Dr. Suchet Sachdev delivers a lecture on Blood & Organ Transplant on Aug 23, 2017. Dr. Sachdev explained its importance to save the lives of others and motivated the volunteers to donate blood.
  9. On Aug 24, 2017, a Declamation Contest on “ New India Manthan” was organised. NSS volunteers participated enthusiastically.
  10. NSS unit in collaboration with Guru Granth Sahib Trust organised a  free Health & Dental check-up  for the faculty (teaching and non-teaching) and college students on  Sept 1, 2017.
  11. Volunteers along with NSS POs participated in Village Kaimbwala on  Sept 24, 2017.
  12. On 25th Sept, 2017, volunteers along with NSS POs participated in cleanliness Drive in Dispensary,  Sector-8, Chandigarh.
  13. A Rally for Rivers by spiritual guru Jaggi Vasudev's was organised by Panjab University, Chandigarh on  Sept 29, 2017. NSS volunteers along with Dr. Gurpreet Kaur attended the event.
  14. Four volunteers (2 boys and 2 girls)  participated in  screening of pre Republic Day camp held at Panjab University, Chandigarh on Oct 3, 2017. Prof. Amanjot Kaur accompanied the volunteers.
  15. National Integration camp (NIC) from Oct 6-12, 2017 at Govt. P.G College, Seema, Rohru, Shimla. Prof. Amanjot Kaur along with two volunteers Rahul (BA-III) & Divy Kumar Gautam (B.Sc-III) participated in the NIC camp.
  16. Volunteers participated in Blind walk organised by Chandigarh administration (U.T.) on October 12, 2017.
  17. National Association for Blind celebrated White Cane Day on October 14, 2017 by holding the first ever  tandem cycle rally of the visually challenged in which NSS PO Dr. Gurpreet Kaur along with NSS volunteers participated.
  18. The NSS unit organized Blood Donation Camp on October 23, 2016, in collaboration with Department of Transfusion Medicine, PGIMER and State Blood Transfusion Council, UT, Chandigarh, wherein 112 units of blood were donated.    
  19. NSS volunteer Divy Kumar Gautam (B.Sc-III) participated in NSS pre Republic Day Parade camp held at Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar from Oct 25-Nov 3, 2017.
  20. Oct 31, 2017 , NSS PO Amanjot Kaur along with volunteers participated in Run for Unity from Sukhna Lake to Capital Complex.
  21. On  Nov 6, 2017, to create awareness among the college students regarding drug menace, a Nukkar natak “Akhir kadon tak” was performed in the college campus.
  22. On Nov 15, 2017, a poster making, Slogan writing competition and motivation session on  Drug Abuse by Dr. Kaushtabh Sharma (IPS) was organised by NSS unit in the MP hall of the college.
  23. Two NSS Volunteers Rahul (BA-III) and  Ritika Khalia (B.Sc-III) participated in 22nd National Youth Festival at Gautam Buddha University, Noida (U.P) from Jan 12- 16, 2018.
  24. National Association for Blind celebrated Louis Braille day and Basant Panchmi celebrations with the visually challenged and ten NSS volunteers (boys) helped to organise the events  like kite flying and Braille competitions, Dance & Music amongst visually challenged.
  25. On March 1, 2018, tree plantation by NSS unit in the college lawn and this was inaugurated by Mr. Davesh Moudgill, Mayor, Chandigarh. Mr. Moudgill shared his valuable experiences with the volunteers and motivated them for social work.
  26. A Seven day Self-Defence training programme for women was organised from March 21-27, 2018, in collaboration with the Police Department, U.T. Chandigarh.