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NCC

National Cadet Corps (NCC)

The NCC in India was formed the National Cadet Corps Act of 1948 . It can be traced back to the „University Corps‟, which was created under the Indian Defence Act 1917, with the objective to make up for the shortage in the Army. In 1920, when the Indian Territorial Act was passed, the „University Corps‟ was replaced by the University Training Corps (UTC). The aim was to raise the status of the UTC and make it more attractive to the youth. The UTC Officers and cadets dressed like the army. It was a significant step towards the Indianisation of armed forces. In 1948, the Girls Division was raised in order to give equal opportunities to school and college going girls. The NCC was given an inter-service image in 1950 when the Air Wing was added, followed by the Naval Wing in 1952. In the same year, the NCC curriculum was extended to include community development/social service activities as a part of the NCC syllabus. National Cadet Corps (NCC) is a youth organization under the Ministry OF Defence which ensured multifaceted development of youth with a sense of duty, commitment, dedication , discipline and moral values. 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. The need for having motto for the Corps was discussed in the 11th Central Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting held on 11 Aug 1978. The mottos suggested were “Duty and Discipline”; “Duty, Unity and Discipline”; “Duty and Unity”; “Unity and Discipline”. The final decision for selection of “Unity and Discipline” as motto for the NCC was taken in the 12th CAC meeting held on 12 Oct 1980.

 

3 February 2024 Annual Day.

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3 February 2024 Annual Day

The Annual Day celebration at Patna Women’s College was a grand affair, graced by the esteemed presence of Governor Vishwanath Arlekar. As part of the ceremonial proceedings, the NCC cadets were entrusted with the responsibility of presenting a Guard of Honour to the Governor, symbolizing respect and admiration for his office and service to the state of Bihar. A contingent of NCC cadets, meticulously selected for their discipline and bearing, participated in the Guard of Honour ceremony. Under the guidance of their officers, they underwent rigorous training to ensure precision and uniformity in their movements during the parade. The participation of NCC cadets in presenting the Guard of Honour to Governor Vishwanath Arlekar at the Annual Day celebration of Patna Women’s College was a moment of pride and distinction for the institution. The cadets’ exemplary display of discipline, respect, and honor exemplified the values instilled by the NCC and showcased the college’s commitment to producing responsible and disciplined citizens.

(26 January 2024) Republic Day

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(26 January 2024) Republic Day

The Republic Day Parade, held annually on January 26th at Gandhi maidan Patna, is a significant event that celebrates the sovereignty of India. This year, 5 NCC cadets from Patna Women’s College proudly participated in the parade, showcasing their discipline, skills, and patriotism. The training started on  January11, leading up to the Republic Day Parade. The NCC cadets underwent rigorous training and preparation under the supervision of the Drill Instructors of Bihar Regiment Cantonment, Danapur. NCC Army girls won the title of best Parade (Non professional) Each cadet was awarded with a certificate and incentives by the Group Headquarter. GCI Ayushi Kumari gave the responsibility to lead the overall parade of NCC Army Girls Company to U.O Aditi Prabha of Patna women’s college who was also appointed as the Platoon commander. U.O Akanksha Kumari was appointed as the Left marker and U.O Nishu Kumari was appointed as the Right marker.

(9th December): Human Rights day

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(9th December): Human Rights day

The NCC cadets of Patna Women’s College celebrated Human Rights Day with enthusiasm and commitment on December 9, 2023. The event aimed to raise awareness about the importance of human rights and foster a sense of responsibility among the cadets. The day commenced with forming human chains , symbolizing the cadets’ dedication to upholding the principles of human rights. Various informative sessions and discussions were organized to educate the cadets about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its relevance in contemporary society.

(4th January 2024): Cyclothone programme

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(4th January 2024): Cyclothone programme

The participation of NCC cadets from Patna Women’s College in the Cyclothone Programme was a testament to their commitment to excellence and community service. Senior Under officer Bhanu Priya, Underofficer Amisha Pathak and Cadet Maithili Mrinalini participated in the event.  They represented their institution admirably and contributed positively to the success of the event. Such initiatives not only promote physical fitness but also instill values of teamwork, discipline, and social responsibility among the youth.

(20 January 2024) : Annual sports Day

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(20 January 2024) : Annual sports Day

On 20 Jan 2024, the annual Sports Day held at Patna Women’s College, witnessing the enthusiastic participation of 53 NCC cadets. This event marked a significant occasion for fostering physical fitness, discipline, and the spirit of camaraderie among the cadets. The annual Sports Day commenced with great fervor as students, faculty, and staff gathered to celebrate athleticism and sportsmanship. Following the sports events, the attention shifted to the NCC Parade, a display of precision, discipline, and military bearing. S.UO Bhanu Priya was a flag bearer, Led by their commanding officers UO Tanya singh  , UO Amisha Pathak & Cadet preeti kumari were platoon, Sgt. Divya & Cdt. Maithili Mrinali were marker , Sgt. Rashmi kumari & UO Jayshree singh did piloting. The cadets marched in unison, demonstrating impeccable drill movements and synchronized footwork. The parade was a testament to the rigorous training and dedication of the cadets, instilling in them values of leadership, teamwork, and patriotism.

SPECIAL NATIONAL INTEGRATION CAMP

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(12th – 23rd October): SPECIAL NATIONAL INTEGRATION CAMP

The NCC SPECIAL NATIONAL INTEGRATION Camp was held for 12 days at the Government degree college Campus, Nizamabad between 12-23 October 2023. The camp was organized by the NCC Army Wing. The training camp witnessed active participation of Cadets from various colleges and schools, with a total of 300 participants.Our cadet S.UO Bhanu Priya was leading Bihar and Jharkhand Directorate as the senior and Participated in NIAP programme , group song and group dance. Cadets went for outing for five days. The first visit was to Shilparamam then to Medak , third visit was to Golconda fourth was to Hakim pet Airforce station and last was to Ramoji film city. The closing address was delivered by the DDG. This was followed by cultural events , ANO Bhawani ma’am distributed the prizes to the winners of the various competitions.

Nanachi Treking Camp

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(1ST November – 8th November) Nanachi Treking Camp

The camp held in Sikkim from 1st November to 8th November in which our cadet Renu kumari represented Bihar & Jharkhand directorate as a senior. She took part in various activities like trekking and in cultural programme.

(3rd - 12th December) CATC XIV

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(3rd – 12th December) CATC XIV

CATC XIV was organised by 1st BIHAR NAVAL UNIT, at Rajendra Nagar Patna. It was attended by cdt. Kumari Sandhya, Cdt. Vaishnavi Kumar, Cst. Shanvi Dev of Patna women’s college. This camp gave a new exposure to the army wing cadets. we learnt about the self defence technique by veteran’s. Many personality development classes were held. We went for boat pulling, that was a great opportunity to discover more about Navy. Many competition was held like drill test, firing test, turn out test. In this competition. Cdt. Kumari Sandhya outstand with Best turnout in senior wing. Complimentary awards were given to the Cdt. Shanvi Dev in category disciplined cadet and Cdt. Vaishnavi Rani for best single singing competition in cultural.

(15th August) :INDEPENDENCE DAY 2023

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(15th August) :INDEPENDENCE DAY 2023

The Independence Day Parade at Gandhi Maidan in Patna is a significant event that embodies the patriotic fervor and unity of the nation. In 2023, the parade was graced by the participation of 12 girls’ cadets from a prominent college, adding a unique and inspirational dimension to the celebration alongside 300 other cadets. This report highlights the remarkable involvement of these young women in the grand parade. Gandhi Maidan, with its rich historical significance, was the perfect setting for the Independence Day Parade, reflecting on the struggles and sacrifices that led to India’s freedom. The flag hosting ceremony is done by the chief minister of Bihar, i.e. Nitish kumar. The inclusion of 12 girls’ cadets from Patna Women’s College showcased the growing empowerment and recognition of women in the nation’s defence and security sector.

Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC - X)

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(24th September – 4th October) Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC – X)

Three cadets from Patna Women’s College had the privilege of attending the Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC-X), organized by the 11 Bihar Battalion NCC in Patna at the NCC headquarters in Rajendra Nagar. The camp took place from August 24th, 2023, to September 4th October , 2023 Cdt. Shambhavi, Cdt. Priya Kumari, Cdt. Priya Sharan attended this camp. This encapsulates our enriching experience at CATC-X, where we gained knowledge, life skills, and a profound sense of duty and responsibility.

(15th September -24th September) :IGGBC

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(15th September -24th September) :IGGBC

IGGBC Camp was held in Barauni from 15th sept. 2023 to 24th sept.2023 . It was attended by the selcted cadets of Bihar and Jharkhand Directorate, which included 6 groups and over 700- 800 cadets. The camp was overall an enthralling experience which made the cadets more disciplined and focused. Back to back rigorous activities increased cadets’ zeal and activeness. Our Cadet Maithily took part in cultural activities were Anchoring of Group Dance, NIAP ,Hosting of overall cultural night ,Hosting of Prize distribution .Cadet Maithily Mrinalini also won Gold and silver fOr group dance and NIAP respectively Furthermore she has been shortlisted for upcoming camps for RDC ,Delhi

(21st June) : YOGA DAY

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(21st June) : YOGA DAY

The International Yoga Day is celebrated worldwide on June 21st each year to promote the importance of physical and mental well-being through the practice of yoga. Our institution organised a grand celebration on this occasion, our Cadet participated in various yoga activities. The primary objective of the event was to raise awareness about the benefits of yoga among the students, NSS volunteers, and NCC cadets. Additionally, the event aimed to promote a healthy and active lifestyle and foster a sense of unity and camaraderie among the participants.

(6th July 2023): INTERVIEW FOR SNIC

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(6th July 2023): INTERVIEW FOR SNIC

The interview for special national integration camp took place on 6th July 2023 in which 5 senior wing cadets along with 10 senior division cadets from different college were present. The interview was taken by Commanding officer Col. Amit Sinha sir. Cadets were asked questions from our respective subjects and the cadets good in arts, cultural and communication were given preference. Only cadet from Patna group from women’s college S.UO Bhanu priya got selected for representing Bihar in special national integration camp.

ROCK CLIMBING TRAINING CAMP

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(24TH JUNE TO 29TH JUNE 2023) : ROCK CLIMBING TRAINING CAMP

The camp was held in Pithoragarh , Uttarakhand ; where about 250 cadets participated. 2 Cadet from Patna Women’s College ( Cdt. Kumari Sandhya, Cdt. Tanya Singh) went for the camp. Several activities occurred as artificial wall rock climbing, jumaring, rappelling, tug of war & cultural. One cadet from College won medal (Cdt. kumari sandhya) in speech competition

Combined annual training camp (CATC - II)

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(2nd May to 11th May) : Combined annual training camp (CATC – II)

Cadet Shambhavi of Patna Women’s College attended Combined Annual Training Camp CATC-ii organised by 1 Bihar Armd Squ NCC , Patna at NCC headquarter, Rajendra Nagar from 2nd May 2023 to 11th May 2023.Cdt Shambhavi was awarded for her cultural performance.

Advance Leadership Camp

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(29th May – 9th June): Advance Leadership Camp

ALC was organised at Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya , Assam. It was conducted by 30 Asaam BN NCC, Guahati. Cdt. Amisha and Cdt. Divya of Patna Women’s College attended this camp. The camp made the cadets learnt with leadership qualities , drills and lifestyle for being an officer . Both cadets participated in cultural programme (song and dance)

Combined annual training camp(CATC - V)

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(8th June-17th June) : Combined annual training camp(CATC – V)

The 17 cadets of Patna Women’s College attended Combined Annual Training Camp CATC-V organised by 1 Bihar Girls Battalion NCC, Patna at NCC headquarter, Rajendra Nagar from 8th June 2023 to 17th June 2023. We got a golden opportunity to showcase our talent in this camp. Cadets were awarded in various activities as for Best Drill , Best turnout , best firing , best cadet , best motivational cadet , Best R.P , Best company commander , Best Anchors and for Nukkad Natak.

(3rd February 2023) : Annual day

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(3rd February 2023) : Annual day 

Cadets did the piloting of deputy chief minister ‘Tejashwi Yadav’ in which UO Simran Shankar, Cadet Diksha, Cdt Anjali, Cdt Bhanu Priya, Cdt Amisha Pathak and Cdt. Prity kumari participated.

‘C’ certificate Examination

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(18th February-19th February): ‘C’ certificate Examination

‘C’ certificate was held in NCC Bhawan Patna. Both theory and practical’s were held.  All cadets passed with good marks and grades.

‘B’ certificate Examination

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(24th March -25th March) : ‘B’ certificate Examination

‘B’ certificate was held in NCC Bhawan Patna. Both theory and practical’s were held.  All cadets passed with good marks and grades. 17 cadets of Patna Women’s college were present in the exam. And all of the cadets got alpha (A) grade.

ACHIEVEMENTS

S.NO NAME REGIMENTAL  NO. CATEGORY
1 Cdt. Bhanu Priya BR/SW/A/21/541057 Best company commander , Best Anchor , 3rd position in firing
2 Cdt. Jayshree Singh BR/SW/A/21/540128 2nd position in firing
3 Cdt. Madhu kumari BR2022SWA540039 1st position in painting , co-host
4 Cdt. Maithily Mrinalini BR2022SWA541006 Best motivator , best anchor
5 Cdt. Missa Bharti BR/SW/A/21/541046 2nd position in painting
6 Cdt. Renu kumari BR/SW/A/21/541041 Camp senior
7 Cdt. Tanya Singh BR/SW/21/A/541043 1st position in firing , Best R.P , 3rd position in Drill.

RANK PANEL FOR THE YEAR

Seven cadets from Patna women’s college were awarded with the rank according to their performance.

S.no. Name Rank
1 Bhanu Priya S.UO
2 Tanya Singh UO
3 Amisha Pathak UO
4 Samriddhi Kashyap UO
5 Rashmi Singh Sgt.
6 Missa Bharti Sgt
7 Divya Kumari Clp.