Lt. T. Balaji
Lecturer in Chemistry
Associate NCC Officer(ANO)
The British Government desired to import Army Training to Students of Indian Universities so that they may get good officers for their forces. In view of this they started University Training corps (UTC) which later on during 1925 was changed into university officers training corps.
Considering this and to impart training to youth in future, the Govt. of India appointed a National cadet corps committee during 1946 under the chairmanship of Pandith Hradayanath Kunjru. He submitted a report to parliament in March 1948. The Parliament approved the act and at last NCC came into existence in July 1948, which comes under the ministry of defence. The main aim of the NCC is to develop character, discipline and leadership in all walks of life and always available for the service of the nation.
NCC MOTTO: Unity and Discipline
The NCC was started in A.P in May 1949. In our institution with a strength of 160 cadets, NCC was started in 1998. Sri T. Balaji, is the Care Taking officer for this 193/E Palamaner unit,
S. Venkatesh, II B.A ( HEP) Participated in LRDC Camp at Srikakulam, A.P in 2018
10 Cadets participated NCC Day camp at Secunderabad at 2018.
NCC cadets assisted the police department in various situations in Palamaner.
Aids awareness programmes, Blood donation camps, Free mega health camp, swatch Bharat and cashless transaction awareness camps are being conducted every year
Tree Plantation programmes and various social programmes are being conducted every year.
Trained NCC students are participating in various camps such as National Integration camps, Army attachment camps, Youth exchange camps, Parade camps and others, these students are being given concessions at the time of job recruitment in Police department, Army and BSF and Paramilitary units, these are also given priority at the time of admissions in to P.G courses and professional courses. Every year NCC 'B' and 'C' certificate holders of our college getting jobs as Constables, Security guards and Home guards.