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The National Cadets Corps Camp

Faculty Development Program
July 20, 2022
A 10 days NCC camp has started from 15th July, 2022 at Career Point University in Alania, in which cadets of Baran, Kota, Jhalawar, Sawai Madhopur, Koroli, Bundi districts of Hadoti division are participating. 
 The main objectives of NCC are to create a human resource of organized trained and motivated youth to provide leadership in all areas of the country and always be available to serve the nation, To provide a conducive environment to motivate the youth to pursue a career in the Armed Forces and To inculcate in the youth the ideals of character building, comradeship, discipline, secular outlook, spirit of courage and volunteerism.
On the first day of the camp, NCC commanding officer Col K. K. Agarwal gave an opening address to all the cadets, on this occasion he told that all the cadets will be taught the lessons of discipline, unity, teamwork in this ten-days camp. In this ten-day NCC camp, all the cadets of Kota division will learn about firing, parade, weapons training, map readings used in the army, attend lectures on various topics related to the army, as well as plantation work will be done in the campus under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. A total of 568 cadets (439 boys and 129 girls) from Hadoti division are participating in this ten day NCC camp, out of which 301 cadets from senior division (215 boys and 86 girls) and 267 from junior division (224 boys and 43 girls cadets). Apart from this, Commanding Officer Col. K. K. Agarwal, Col. Chandan Jha, Subedar Major Dhup Singh, six JCOs, twelve NCOs, four ANOs, one doctor from Army and 2 nursing staff from local hospital, two leady constables from Rajasthan Police will be present during this NCC Camp.