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National Cadet Corps (NCC)

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Aim: -

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. An efficient unit of 3(K) Girls BN NCC, Senior Wing is working at Sree Narayana College for Women, Kollam with 160 cadets. In The year 2023-24 enrolled 52 cadets from first semester degree classes on 7th September 2023. The strength of second year was 57 and third year cadets was 51 .The tenure of NCC service is three years. Total of 35 parades were conducted, which includes both theory and practical syllabus of the year. Each parade was provided with refreshment for the cadets.

Motto: - The need of having motto for the corps was discussed in the 11th Central Advisory Committee (CAS) meeting held on 11 Aug 1978. The mottos suggested were "Duty 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 12thOct 1980.

Activities given to Cadets

  • Cadets are trained in Para Sailing

  • Undergo Drills with Weapons

  • Firing with 22mm riffle

  • Six minutes of flying training to all cadets.

  • VSC trained cadets given maximum of 14 hrs long

  • All cadets appearing for both NCC, B and C certificate exams

  • Cadets undergo training for Aero Modelling and Combined Service Exams(CDSE)

  • Institutional Training

  • Camp training

  • Annual republic day camp

  • Prime minister’s rally

  • Attachment training

  • Social service and community development

  • Adventure based learning

Activities of NCC (2023-24)    

  • June 5th Environmental Day celebrations were inaugurated by our respected principal Dr R Sunil Kumar by planting saplings in the college premises and he delivered a talk on disaster due to the use of plastics.

  •  In concern with International Yoga Day our NCC unit conducted Yoga at college and also at Kollam beach on 21st June 2023 to make people aware of benefits of yoga in life.

  • As part of International Day against Drug abuse and illicit Trafficking on 26th June our NCC team organised an awareness programme to propagate the harmful effects of drugs and to determine a drug-free society.

  • Kargil Diwas is celebrated on every year in honour of the soldiers who fought in the Kargil War. On 26th July 2023, the NCC unit celebrated with various programmes.

  • On 15th August 2023, the NCC cadets participated in Independence Day parade and celebrated the same by hoisting the flag and honouring the day. Cadets of NCC participated in the independence Day parade at Ashramam ground.

  • On 8th September 2023, as part of International Literacy Day, NCC cadets conducted a poster making competition to remind the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity and human rights, ad to advance the literacy agenda towards a more literate and sustainable society.

  • On 8th September 2023, as part of world suicide prevention day, in association with Jeevani centre for wellbeing NCC unit of Sree Narayana College for Women conducted an interactive session with the students which were lead by Ms. Ashmin I, Jeevani counsellor.

  • We visited the Government Old age home, Kollam on 12th September 2023 and participated in the program organised by Group 3 (K) Girls BN which is inaugurated by Group Commander Brigadier Manoj Nair.

  • As part of Swatcch Bharat, 3(K) girls Bn NCC organised a cleaning programme at Kollam Beach on 20th September 2023.Our Cadets indulged in the programme with great enthusiasm.

  • 21st September 2023, as part of International Year of Millets, NCC unit of Sree Narayana College for Women conducted a painting competition with the aims to raise awareness and promote the benefits of millets as a crucial crop.

  • On 2nd October 2023. In observance of Gandhi Jayanti, the NCC unit organised Poster making Competition among the cadets in college.

  • On 5th October 2023, on the occasion of WORLD HEART DAY, N S Co-operative Hospital organized a marathon ‘USE HEART KNOW HEART’ in Kollam district in association with Kollam city police, NCC Volunteers, Elders forum, District child welfare, Pensioners association, seashore walkers etc.

  • On 14th November 2023, In observance of Children’s Day, our cadets visited BalikaMariyam LPS, Kollam .

  • In observance of NCC Day celebrations 2023, ANO Capt. Lakshmi Gopidas and Cadets visited old age home and issued provisional items and daily survival items and also our cadets entertained the inmates with various cultural programmes.

  • For the celebration of the Communal Harmony Campaign Week from 19th to 25th November 2023 and Flag Day on 24th November 2023 (Friday) of NFCH- publicity materials regarding, our unit volunteered for the distribution of flag stickers and collection of voluntary donation and transferred the money to the authority via NEFT.

  • Our NCC unit celebrated Republic Day on 26th January 2024 by hoisting flag in college and distributed sweets. 25 cadets participated in the Republic Day parade conducted in Ashramam Maidan, Kollam with great passion.

  • On 3rd February 2024, there conducted an awareness/promotion programme at college which was lead by ANO Capt. Lakshmi Gopidas to inspire cadets to join in Indian army.

  • On 10th and 11th of February 2024 our 57 cadets appeared for the NCC ‘B’ certificate Examination at Don Bosco College, Kottiyam and on 17th February and 3rd March 2024 our 57 cadets of third year appeared in the ‘C’ certificate Examination at TKM College of Arts and Science, Karikode.

  • A Basic Life Saving (BLS) session was conducted by a team of experienced medical professionals at Travancore Medical Hospital, Kollam, on 24th February 2024. 50 NCC cadets from our college had participated in the session. The primary objective was to equip the cadets with essential life-saving skills and knowledge that can be applied in emergency situations. All participants received certificates of completion, recognizing their successful participation and readiness to perform basic life saving measures.

  • Our cadets participated in the Short film/video competition conducted jointly by Pol Blood and Kerala State Blood Transfusion Council with the aim to promote voluntary blood donation on 16th March 2024 at Mind Auditorium.

  • As part of TSC and Spot shooting firing practice (simulator training) for cadets of several colleges and schools were conducted at our college from 16 April 2024 to 23rdApril 2024.

  • Our cadets volunteered in the election duty on 26 April 2024.


Achievements of NCC Cadets during 2023-2024


  • Our Pride U/O Meenakshi J S assured her participation in the Rajpath march on Republic Day parade 2024 at New Delhi.

  • Our Pride SGT A B Ambika assured her participation in the Rajpath March on Republic Day parade 2024 at New Delhi.

  • U/O Meenaksi J S of II BSc Physics, CPL Indulekha S of II BSc Chemistry, CPL Jothika Shaji of II BA History and SGT  A B Ambika of II BA Economics got selected for Pre – RDC I.

  • SGT A B Ambika won the All Kerala Best Cadet in Inter Group competition held at Cochin Naval Base which was first in the history of Sree Narayana College for Women and 3 (K) Girls Battalion.

  • U/O Pallavi Lal S of III B.Com attended Army Attachment Camp at Military Station Pangode, Trivandrum from 26th August 2022 to 9th September 2022.

  • SU/O Akshaya Devi S R of III BA English, CSM Aswathy L and SGT Arya S of III BA Economics attended Army Attachment camp at Military Station Pangode, Trivandrum from 9th January 2023 to 21st January 2023.

  • U/O Nandana J of III B.Com attended All India Girls Trekking Expedition at Nilgiri, Ooty from 6th May 2023 to 13th May 2023.

  • CPL Aneesha P of II BSc Maths attended EBSB at K E College Mannanam from 20th October 2023 to 31st October 2023.

  • CPL Megha S Kumar of II BA Economics attended EBSB at Sir Syed College, Taliparamba from 23rd December 2023 to 3rd January 2024.

  • SU/O Akshaya Devi S R of III BA English and CPL Amrutha S of III BSC Chemistry attended EBSB I at Ahmedabad, Gujarat from 8th January 2024 to 17th January 2024.

  • CQMS Anusha Mariyam and SGT Mayukha P Rajan of III BSc Physics, SGT Iswarya C Anil of III BA History, CDT Krishnambika R and CDT Archa A S of II BSc Maths, CDT Bini Mohan of I BA English, CDT Sandra C of I attended Army Attachment camp at Military Station Pangode, Trivandrum from 9th January 2024 to 21st January 2024.

  • CPL Ahalya U of II BA Economics attended Military Hospital Attachment Camp from 21st January 2024 to 1st February 2024.

  • CDT Sreelekshmi S of II BA History Attended ALC (Advanced Leadership Camp) at Pangode Military Camp from 5th February to 16th February 2024.

  • Our cadets received consolation prize for participating in the short film/video competition conducted jointly by Pol Blood and Kerala State Blood Transfusion Council  with the aim to promote voluntary blood donation on 16th March 2024 at Mind Auditorium   

  • SGT Meenakshi R of II Bsc Geography Attended All India Girls Expedition 2024, TN TREK-I (Nilgiris) at CSI CMM HSS, Udhagamandalam, Ooty from 6th May to 13th May 2024.

  • JothikaShaji of II BA History attended All India Girls Expedition 2024, TN TREK-II (Nilgiris) at CSI CMM HSS, Udhagamandalam, Ooty from 16th May to 23rd May 2024.

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