The benefits of being a NCC candidate,
- Development of leadership, character, comradeship, spirit of sportsmanship and the ideal of service.
- To create a force of disciplined and trained man power which in a national emergency can be of assistance to the country.
- To provide training for students with a view to developing in them officer like qualities, thus also enabling them to obtain commission in the Armed Forces.
64 Vacancies in a year reserved for N.C.C. certificate holders in I.M.A. if qualified by UPSC and SSB. Certificate holders are given priority for recruitment in the Army, BSF, CRPF, Paramilitary Organizations. "B" & "C" certificate holders are granted additional priority of 3% and 5% marks respectively at the time of admission who attended any all India Camp or qualified in all India.
NCC Report Details
|01||NCC Anual report - (2012-2013)|
|02||NCC Anual report - (2013-2014)|
|03||NCC Anual report - (2014-2015)|