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National Cadets Corps

National Cadets Corps

NCC GROUP 2021-22


  • National Doctors Day

    The Army Wing celebrated “National Doctors’ Day’ on 1st July, 2021. Equating the doctors with God, Cadets paid tribute to all healthcare professionals who contributed to the battle against the coronavirus pandemic. Cadets actively participated in virtual celebrations and showed their gratitude towards doctors by their speeches, posters, poems and thank you cards. Cadets also interacted with doctors and thanked them for their selfless contribution.

  • Plastic Pollution

    To raise awareness about the grave issues of plastic pollution and the serious threat that it poses to the natural environment, cadets participated in online webinars, debates, presentations, encouraging people to make resolutions to combat the serious plastic problems on an individual level. Cadets pledged to avoid plastic on “Plastic Bag Free Day” celebrated on 3rd July, 2021.

  • Cadet Parineeta and cadet Shreya

    Cadet Parineeta and cadet Shreya were honored by Jalandhar NCC Group Commander Brigadier Advitya Madaan on 5th July, 2021 for their remarkable achievement in NCC.

  • Plantation Drive

    NCC Army Wing organized a plantation  drive 23rd July, 21 in the  nearby areas to sensitize the students and Common public regarding the most urgent need of increasing green cover in our nation.Cadets vigorously participated in planting trees keeping in view Covid 19 precautions, Some cadets planted trees in their neighborhood and homes.

  • Kargil Vijay Diwas

    NCC Cadets celebrate “Kargil Vijay Diwas” on 26th july,21 to remember India’s War Victory and to pay tribute to Kargil Martyrs who are the symbol of courage and sacrifice for safeguarding the borders of the country. Cadets made the event informative and enlightening by presenting posters, PPT, heart touching videos, poems etc.

  • Online EBSB Camp

    Senior under officer Deepu Rana and Cadet Sunaina attended online EBSB Camp from 19th to 27th July 21 organized by Orissa. Directorate Senior under officer Deepu Rana showed PPT on Kargil Vijay Diwas and also participated in Cultural solo dance.

  • Parineeta, an illustrious NCC cadet

    Parineeta, an illustrious NCC cadet made the institution proud by bagging second position in the declamation contest on 9th August 21 organized by 21 Punjab BN NCC, on behalf of Jalandhar NCC group. The topic of Competition was “Say No To Single Use Plastic”. Cadet Parineeta represented 2 PB Girls BN. In this Competition, 14 Cadets from 6 battalions under Jalandhar group participated. Cadet Parineeta was awarded with a cash prize of Rs. 1000. Brigadier Advitya Madan, commanding officer of Jalandhar Group & Colonel Narinder Toor, and  commanding officer of 2 PB BN praised Parineeta for her achievement.

  • Engrossed in the patriotic zeal and adorned

    Engrossed in the patriotic zeal and adorned with the colors of the tricolor NCC Cadets celebrated 75th Independence day to commemorate unparalleled sacrifices made by our freedom fighters to liberate the nation from the yoke of slavery. Abiding the norms of social distancing, the students and the staff immersed in the recitation of the National Anthem as the worthy principal hoisted the National flag. Throughout the celebration the stage was  managed by the NCC Cadets Parineeta and Mitanshi.20 Cadets also participated in independence Parade held at Guru Gobind Singh Stadium.

  • Van Mahotsav Day

    The NCC wing organized a tree plantation drive in order to celebrate ‘Van Mahotsav Day’ on 19th Aug, 21. In this drive NCC Cadets under the able guidance of the Lt. Priya Mahajan participated vigorously in planting trees in the College campus and adjoining areas. Brigadier Advitya Madan, the Commanding Officer of Jal Group & Col. Narinder Toor Commanding officer of 2 PB Girls BN evolgezed the effect of NCC Cadets in safeguarding the deteriorating environment.

  • Cadet Welfare Scholarship

    NCC Cadet Rani and Senior Under officer Manisha bagged the Cadet Welfare Scholarship of worth Rs 6,000 each. These scholarships are awarded to those cadets who perform exceptionally well in academics as well as in NCC. Col. Narinder Toor, commander officer of 2 Punjab Girls Battalion awarded the scholarship cheques to the Cadets.

     

  • MOU with Jalandhar Welfare Society

    The NCC army wing signed a Memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Jalandhar Welfare Society, a prestigious NGO working relentlessly for the upliftment and empowerment of the downtrodden children, women and poorest of the poor on 23 August’ 21.

  • Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

    Commemorating the birth anniversary of the  iconic teacher Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the NCC Wing in collaboration with Jalandhar Welfare Society celebrated the Teachers Day  on 4th September 21 centered around the theme “Teachers: Fate of Nation”. Highly impressive performances comprising elocution, poetry recitation, Skit and Bhangra were given by the students in order to communicate their sense of gratitude towards their teachers. Not remaining behind, the students sitting at home during this ongoing Covid-19 pandemic sent videos expressing their feeling towards teachers in a variety of artistic ways.

  • Personality Developed in a Holistic Way

    To encourage the girl students to be a part of the NCC in order to get their personality developed in a holistic way and acquire the noble values such as discipline, patriotism, punctuality, competitiveness, teamwork and confidence NCC army wing organized an NCC Enrollment Drive in the college campus on 5th October 21. On this occasion, the chief guest was MajorPratima, the Admin officer of 2 Pb Girls BN. At the commencement of the event, students were made to watch a motivational video regarding the significance of the NCC in society and the nation at large. Then the selection of the candidates were done on the basis of their communication skills, physical fitness and participation in Co-Curricular activities.

  • All India Girls Trekking Expedition (National Level camp)

    An All India Girls Trekking Expedition (National Level camp) 2021 was organised by 11 Rajasthan Battalion NCC Ajmer under the aegis of NCC Group Headquarters, Udaipur and NCC Directorate, Rajasthan from 8th November to 15 November 2021.Five cadets of our college Senior Under Officer Deepu Rana, Under Officer Baljinder, Cadet Kirandeep, Cadet Harpreet and Cadet Nikita were part of the expedition.It was a trekking adventure. They also visited religious and historical places of relevance like Nareli Jain Temple, Soni Ji ki Nasiya Temple in Ajmer, Ana Sagar Lake and Brahma Temple. The objective of the excursion was to consolidate national integration and to familiarise students with our rich cultural reservoir.

  • NCC Week throughout India

    Every year the fourth week of November is celebrated as the NCC Week throughout India with great zeal and fervour. In this week,  the NCC cadets participate in various social activities. Like every year, this year NCC cadets  of college  celebrated  NCC Week enthusiastically under the guidance  of lieutenant Priya Mahajan the in-charge of  NCC wing and Mr. Surinder Saini, Secretary , Jalandhar Welfare Society . Cadets  donated winter clothes to “ Vastardaan Abhiyaan ” of Dainik Bhaskar newspaper  and also  went to slum areas of Master Tara Singh Nagar, Jalandhar. They distributed various items of necessity to about hundred families living in this slum area. Helping the needy and optimally utilizing the things which are of no use to others, the  cadets learnt some important values like humanity, compassion, resource mobilisation and sense of affinity. The residents of Master Tara Singh Nagar such as Anjali Bansal and Rajeev Bansal appreciated the efforts of the students in helping the weaker sections of the society.

  • Blood Donation

    On 30th November, 2021. The NCC cadets donated Blood with pride and also received certificates. Around 10 cadets volunteered for the campaign. The whole team was active and energetic all through the event. The campaigning ended up successfully.

     

  • Excellent Performance in EBSB Camp

    On 5th December, 21   Commanding officer of 2 Punjab Girls Battalion Colonel Narinder Toor honored Cadet Parineeta  with Gold Medal for her excellent performance in EBSB Camp.

  • Tribute to CDS General Vipin Rawat

    Cadets paid tribute to CDS General Vipin Rawat and his wife Madhulika and 11 other officers who died in helicopter crash in Tamilnadu’s Coonoor . In remembrance of the martyrs Cadets lit the candles and observed two minutes Silence.

  • Celebrated Christmas

    The NCC cadets of the college  celebrated Christmas by giving  gifts to the non-teaching employees and the support staff of the college by making monetary contributions on their own, on 24th December, 2021. By doing this, the cadets learnt core human values like humanity, compassion, resource mobilization and sense of affinity with the community.

  • 73rd Republic Day of India

    The 73rd Republic Day of India was celebrated with gaiety and patriotic fervor at the college with the unfurling of the National Flag by the worthy Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Pooja Prashar. This was accompanied by the rendition of the National Anthem by students led by the college’s Music Department. The event was materialized by the efforts of the NCC Department in collaboration with the Central Association of the college.

  • Tribute to Freedom Fighter Sh.Ajit Saini ji

    On this occasion cadets also did march past in Alaska Chowk  and paid tribute to Freedom Fighter Sh.Ajit Saini ji.

  • Pulse Polio Drive

    30 cadets participated in pulse polio drive from 27th February to 1st March ,21 organised by Civil Hospital Team  and helped the  team in the WHO  campaign to free world from Polio.

  • To pay homage and commemorate 91 years of Martyrdom

    To pay homage and commemorate 91 years of Martyrdom of our national icons of the Indian National Movement-Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar & Shivaram Rajguru on ‘Shaheed Diwas’ on 23rd March, 2022 the NCC Unit of  College organized a program . To honour and value the sacrifices made by the national icons and to drive out lessons of inspiration from their lives and time, a Floral Tribute was paid to the Freedom fighters by the Chief Guest for the event, Sh. Surinder Saini, General Secretary of the Jalandhar Welfare Association & Lt. Priya Mahajan, followed by a Rally starting from S. D. College Road, across Nehru Garden Road, Ladowali Road towards Alaska Chowk. The highlights of the programme were the various cultural performances. Cadets sang patriotic songs and performed a short skit commemorating events from Indian History that reminded of the countless sacrifices made by our Freedom Fighters, for the Freedom we enjoy today. A poem and speech by NCC Cadets, was presented to pay tribute to the Freedom fighters. The program concluded with a motivating speech by the Chief Guest for the event, Sh. Surinder Saini ji, followed by a vote of thanks by Lt. Priya Mahajan .

  • Save Soil

    In support of the global initiative for Soil Conservation known as “Save Soil”, by the Isha Foundation led by Sh. Sadhguru, the NCC Unit of the college, under the guidance of Lt. Priya Mahajan & Ms. Ria Sharma organised an ’Earth Fair’ from 20 April to 22 April, 2022 to commemorate the International Earth Day. The three-day event commenced with a dance performance in the morning assembly shedding light on the importance of conserving soil followed by an oath “Save Soil, Save Earth.”After the assembly, Principal, Dr. (Mrs.) Pooja Prashar and Sh. Surinder Saini, General Secretary, Jalandhar Welfare Society, flagged off the cycle rally. The rally started from Prem Chand Markanda S.D. College for Women, Jalandhar, towards Alaska Chowk via S.D. Road, continuing towards Ajit Saini Cultural Theatre at Government Model Co-Education Senior Secondary School, Ladowali Road and finally towards Jalandhar city Railway Station. At the Railway Station, the students performed a small act, spreading awareness on “Save Soil, Save Earth”, along with a pledge to make conscious efforts towards saving soil.

    The next day, that is, 21 April, the cycle rally continued, starting from Company Bagh where the students spread awareness on the issue via various dance and street performances, and concluded at Shivani Park, Model Town, where the students distributed pamphlets and spread awareness through poetry and speeches.The final day of the fair  began with the cycle rally which culminated at Shri Devi Talab Mandir, Jalandhar. The students made the public aware of the “Soil Extinction Crisis”, referring to a study by the United Nations Food & Agricultural Organisation and other UN Agencies stating that in another 50-60 years, the harvest soil will go infertile. The final chapter of the mega event concluded with a motivating speech by Madam Principal on the needful conservation and protection of our Soil Resources. The Earth Fair, in collaboration with Isha Foundation, led by Sh. Sadhguru, aimed at salvaging the fertility of our harvest soil and subsequently the soil related crisis in the coming years.

  • Statue Cleaning

    On 20th May, 2021  Cadets participated in social activity of statue cleaning at company Bagh Jalandhar Cantt  and paid tribute to Shaheed Major Shaitan Singh PVC who sacrificed his life in Indo- China War 1962.

National Doctors Day

The Army Wing celebrated “National Doctors’ Day’ on 1st July, 2021. Equating the doctors with God, Cadets paid tribute to all healthcare professionals who contributed to the battle against the coronavirus pandemic. Cadets actively participated in virtual celebrations and showed their gratitude towards doctors by their speeches, posters, poems and thank you cards. Cadets also interacted with doctors and thanked them for their selfless contribution.

Plastic Pollution

To raise awareness about the grave issues of plastic pollution and the serious threat that it poses to the natural environment, cadets participated in online webinars, debates, presentations, encouraging people to make resolutions to combat the serious plastic problems on an individual level. Cadets pledged to avoid plastic on “Plastic Bag Free Day” celebrated on 3rd July, 2021.

Cadet Parineeta and cadet Shreya

Cadet Parineeta and cadet Shreya were honored by Jalandhar NCC Group Commander Brigadier Advitya Madaan on 5th July, 2021 for their remarkable achievement in NCC.

Plantation Drive

NCC Army Wing organized a plantation  drive 23rd July, 21 in the  nearby areas to sensitize the students and Common public regarding the most urgent need of increasing green cover in our nation.Cadets vigorously participated in planting trees keeping in view Covid 19 precautions, Some cadets planted trees in their neighborhood and homes.

Kargil Vijay Diwas

NCC Cadets celebrate “Kargil Vijay Diwas” on 26th july,21 to remember India’s War Victory and to pay tribute to Kargil Martyrs who are the symbol of courage and sacrifice for safeguarding the borders of the country. Cadets made the event informative and enlightening by presenting posters, PPT, heart touching videos, poems etc.

Online EBSB Camp

Senior under officer Deepu Rana and Cadet Sunaina attended online EBSB Camp from 19th to 27th July 21 organized by Orissa. Directorate Senior under officer Deepu Rana showed PPT on Kargil Vijay Diwas and also participated in Cultural solo dance.

Parineeta, an illustrious NCC cadet

Parineeta, an illustrious NCC cadet made the institution proud by bagging second position in the declamation contest on 9th August 21 organized by 21 Punjab BN NCC, on behalf of Jalandhar NCC group. The topic of Competition was “Say No To Single Use Plastic”. Cadet Parineeta represented 2 PB Girls BN. In this Competition, 14 Cadets from 6 battalions under Jalandhar group participated. Cadet Parineeta was awarded with a cash prize of Rs. 1000. Brigadier Advitya Madan, commanding officer of Jalandhar Group & Colonel Narinder Toor, and  commanding officer of 2 PB BN praised Parineeta for her achievement.

Engrossed in the patriotic zeal and adorned

Engrossed in the patriotic zeal and adorned with the colors of the tricolor NCC Cadets celebrated 75th Independence day to commemorate unparalleled sacrifices made by our freedom fighters to liberate the nation from the yoke of slavery. Abiding the norms of social distancing, the students and the staff immersed in the recitation of the National Anthem as the worthy principal hoisted the National flag. Throughout the celebration the stage was  managed by the NCC Cadets Parineeta and Mitanshi.20 Cadets also participated in independence Parade held at Guru Gobind Singh Stadium.

Van Mahotsav Day

The NCC wing organized a tree plantation drive in order to celebrate ‘Van Mahotsav Day’ on 19th Aug, 21. In this drive NCC Cadets under the able guidance of the Lt. Priya Mahajan participated vigorously in planting trees in the College campus and adjoining areas. Brigadier Advitya Madan, the Commanding Officer of Jal Group & Col. Narinder Toor Commanding officer of 2 PB Girls BN evolgezed the effect of NCC Cadets in safeguarding the deteriorating environment.

Cadet Welfare Scholarship

NCC Cadet Rani and Senior Under officer Manisha bagged the Cadet Welfare Scholarship of worth Rs 6,000 each. These scholarships are awarded to those cadets who perform exceptionally well in academics as well as in NCC. Col. Narinder Toor, commander officer of 2 Punjab Girls Battalion awarded the scholarship cheques to the Cadets.

 

MOU with Jalandhar Welfare Society

The NCC army wing signed a Memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Jalandhar Welfare Society, a prestigious NGO working relentlessly for the upliftment and empowerment of the downtrodden children, women and poorest of the poor on 23 August’ 21.

Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

Commemorating the birth anniversary of the  iconic teacher Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the NCC Wing in collaboration with Jalandhar Welfare Society celebrated the Teachers Day  on 4th September 21 centered around the theme “Teachers: Fate of Nation”. Highly impressive performances comprising elocution, poetry recitation, Skit and Bhangra were given by the students in order to communicate their sense of gratitude towards their teachers. Not remaining behind, the students sitting at home during this ongoing Covid-19 pandemic sent videos expressing their feeling towards teachers in a variety of artistic ways.

Personality Developed in a Holistic Way

To encourage the girl students to be a part of the NCC in order to get their personality developed in a holistic way and acquire the noble values such as discipline, patriotism, punctuality, competitiveness, teamwork and confidence NCC army wing organized an NCC Enrollment Drive in the college campus on 5th October 21. On this occasion, the chief guest was MajorPratima, the Admin officer of 2 Pb Girls BN. At the commencement of the event, students were made to watch a motivational video regarding the significance of the NCC in society and the nation at large. Then the selection of the candidates were done on the basis of their communication skills, physical fitness and participation in Co-Curricular activities.

All India Girls Trekking Expedition (National Level camp)

An All India Girls Trekking Expedition (National Level camp) 2021 was organised by 11 Rajasthan Battalion NCC Ajmer under the aegis of NCC Group Headquarters, Udaipur and NCC Directorate, Rajasthan from 8th November to 15 November 2021.Five cadets of our college Senior Under Officer Deepu Rana, Under Officer Baljinder, Cadet Kirandeep, Cadet Harpreet and Cadet Nikita were part of the expedition.It was a trekking adventure. They also visited religious and historical places of relevance like Nareli Jain Temple, Soni Ji ki Nasiya Temple in Ajmer, Ana Sagar Lake and Brahma Temple. The objective of the excursion was to consolidate national integration and to familiarise students with our rich cultural reservoir.

NCC Week throughout India

Every year the fourth week of November is celebrated as the NCC Week throughout India with great zeal and fervour. In this week,  the NCC cadets participate in various social activities. Like every year, this year NCC cadets  of college  celebrated  NCC Week enthusiastically under the guidance  of lieutenant Priya Mahajan the in-charge of  NCC wing and Mr. Surinder Saini, Secretary , Jalandhar Welfare Society . Cadets  donated winter clothes to “ Vastardaan Abhiyaan ” of Dainik Bhaskar newspaper  and also  went to slum areas of Master Tara Singh Nagar, Jalandhar. They distributed various items of necessity to about hundred families living in this slum area. Helping the needy and optimally utilizing the things which are of no use to others, the  cadets learnt some important values like humanity, compassion, resource mobilisation and sense of affinity. The residents of Master Tara Singh Nagar such as Anjali Bansal and Rajeev Bansal appreciated the efforts of the students in helping the weaker sections of the society.

Blood Donation

On 30th November, 2021. The NCC cadets donated Blood with pride and also received certificates. Around 10 cadets volunteered for the campaign. The whole team was active and energetic all through the event. The campaigning ended up successfully.

 

Excellent Performance in EBSB Camp

On 5th December, 21   Commanding officer of 2 Punjab Girls Battalion Colonel Narinder Toor honored Cadet Parineeta  with Gold Medal for her excellent performance in EBSB Camp.

Tribute to CDS General Vipin Rawat

Cadets paid tribute to CDS General Vipin Rawat and his wife Madhulika and 11 other officers who died in helicopter crash in Tamilnadu’s Coonoor . In remembrance of the martyrs Cadets lit the candles and observed two minutes Silence.

Celebrated Christmas

The NCC cadets of the college  celebrated Christmas by giving  gifts to the non-teaching employees and the support staff of the college by making monetary contributions on their own, on 24th December, 2021. By doing this, the cadets learnt core human values like humanity, compassion, resource mobilization and sense of affinity with the community.

73rd Republic Day of India

The 73rd Republic Day of India was celebrated with gaiety and patriotic fervor at the college with the unfurling of the National Flag by the worthy Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Pooja Prashar. This was accompanied by the rendition of the National Anthem by students led by the college’s Music Department. The event was materialized by the efforts of the NCC Department in collaboration with the Central Association of the college.

Tribute to Freedom Fighter Sh.Ajit Saini ji

On this occasion cadets also did march past in Alaska Chowk  and paid tribute to Freedom Fighter Sh.Ajit Saini ji.

Pulse Polio Drive

30 cadets participated in pulse polio drive from 27th February to 1st March ,21 organised by Civil Hospital Team  and helped the  team in the WHO  campaign to free world from Polio.

To pay homage and commemorate 91 years of Martyrdom

To pay homage and commemorate 91 years of Martyrdom of our national icons of the Indian National Movement-Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar & Shivaram Rajguru on ‘Shaheed Diwas’ on 23rd March, 2022 the NCC Unit of  College organized a program . To honour and value the sacrifices made by the national icons and to drive out lessons of inspiration from their lives and time, a Floral Tribute was paid to the Freedom fighters by the Chief Guest for the event, Sh. Surinder Saini, General Secretary of the Jalandhar Welfare Association & Lt. Priya Mahajan, followed by a Rally starting from S. D. College Road, across Nehru Garden Road, Ladowali Road towards Alaska Chowk. The highlights of the programme were the various cultural performances. Cadets sang patriotic songs and performed a short skit commemorating events from Indian History that reminded of the countless sacrifices made by our Freedom Fighters, for the Freedom we enjoy today. A poem and speech by NCC Cadets, was presented to pay tribute to the Freedom fighters. The program concluded with a motivating speech by the Chief Guest for the event, Sh. Surinder Saini ji, followed by a vote of thanks by Lt. Priya Mahajan .

Save Soil

In support of the global initiative for Soil Conservation known as “Save Soil”, by the Isha Foundation led by Sh. Sadhguru, the NCC Unit of the college, under the guidance of Lt. Priya Mahajan & Ms. Ria Sharma organised an ’Earth Fair’ from 20 April to 22 April, 2022 to commemorate the International Earth Day. The three-day event commenced with a dance performance in the morning assembly shedding light on the importance of conserving soil followed by an oath “Save Soil, Save Earth.”After the assembly, Principal, Dr. (Mrs.) Pooja Prashar and Sh. Surinder Saini, General Secretary, Jalandhar Welfare Society, flagged off the cycle rally. The rally started from Prem Chand Markanda S.D. College for Women, Jalandhar, towards Alaska Chowk via S.D. Road, continuing towards Ajit Saini Cultural Theatre at Government Model Co-Education Senior Secondary School, Ladowali Road and finally towards Jalandhar city Railway Station. At the Railway Station, the students performed a small act, spreading awareness on “Save Soil, Save Earth”, along with a pledge to make conscious efforts towards saving soil.

The next day, that is, 21 April, the cycle rally continued, starting from Company Bagh where the students spread awareness on the issue via various dance and street performances, and concluded at Shivani Park, Model Town, where the students distributed pamphlets and spread awareness through poetry and speeches.The final day of the fair  began with the cycle rally which culminated at Shri Devi Talab Mandir, Jalandhar. The students made the public aware of the “Soil Extinction Crisis”, referring to a study by the United Nations Food & Agricultural Organisation and other UN Agencies stating that in another 50-60 years, the harvest soil will go infertile. The final chapter of the mega event concluded with a motivating speech by Madam Principal on the needful conservation and protection of our Soil Resources. The Earth Fair, in collaboration with Isha Foundation, led by Sh. Sadhguru, aimed at salvaging the fertility of our harvest soil and subsequently the soil related crisis in the coming years.

Statue Cleaning

On 20th May, 2021  Cadets participated in social activity of statue cleaning at company Bagh Jalandhar Cantt  and paid tribute to Shaheed Major Shaitan Singh PVC who sacrificed his life in Indo- China War 1962.