NCC cadets form strong base for national integration: CP

NCC cadets form strong base for national integration: CP
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The National Cadet Corps form the strong base for national integration, reflecting cultural and social unity of the nation, noted the Commissioner of Police, G Sudheer Babu. He attended the awareness programme on national integration at National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal on Friday. A 12-day National Integration camp was being conducted at the institute under the aegis of Warangal NCC

Warangal: The National Cadet Corps form the strong base for national integration, reflecting cultural and social unity of the nation, noted the Commissioner of Police, G Sudheer Babu. He attended the awareness programme on national integration at National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal on Friday. A 12-day National Integration camp was being conducted at the institute under the aegis of Warangal NCC 10 Telangana Battalion.

Cadets and officials from 15 NCC directorates from across the country are taking part in the event.Addressing the gathering, the Commissioner stated that NCC cadets are known for discipline and social service activities. The strict training regimen, which the cadets undergo, makes them tough and self-confident to face any challenges in their lives.

The training prepares them to be ready to serve the society whenever the need arises. That is why only cadets are allowed to undergo training to operate fire arms, Sudheer Babu said while reminding that the NCC cadets have voluntarily took part in India-China war with the help their arms training.

National Cadet Corps is the biggest cadet system in the world, the Commissioner said. He asked the cadets to join Indian armed forces and Civil Services after completion of their studies to serve the nation in an effective manner and they should set goals towards that direction.

Conducting National Integration Camps would help to strengthen nationalistic feelings and bring together students from different cultural and social backgrounds. It boosts the feeling of unity among the cadets, Sudheer Babu felt. He wanted the cadets to keep themselves abreast of socio-economic developments in the country.

The Camp Commandant Colonel Rajanish Kapoor, Deputy Camp Commandant Shalabh Tripathi, Major V Charan, Major Anuja Chaturvedi, Captain V Narender, Captain Indira Gogoi, Lieutenant Dr M Sadanandam and others were present.

The officials asked the cadets attending the camp to make committed efforts to make NCC as a role model in the country in terms of service and discipline. The cadets presented solo and group cultural programmes reflecting their native culture and traditions.

Group discussions on the culture, traditions and customs of 27 states in the country were organised. The camp would conclude on November 24 after prize distribution ceremony on November 23 and ‘Bada Khana’.

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