NCC

NCC

The objective of National Cadet  Corps  is to develop  character , comrades hip, and capacity for leadership among  youth  in India.  NCC at Sasi  Institute  of Technology  & Engineering  motivates  the  students  with  best  training  and  the  ideals of selfless service.  The training  inculcates  team  spirit, a sense  of nationalism  and  it also helps in developing  the  overall personality of an individual.  The SITE NCC was started in 2020  under  FSFS  basis  with  approved  strength of 80 cadets  associated with 19 (A) Bn NCC, Eluru.

MOTTO of NCC  is

एकता और अनुशासन
UNITY AND DISCIPLINE

The AIMS of NCC  are

 

  1. ToCreate a Human Resource of Organized, Trained and Motivated  Youth, To Provide Leadership in all Walks of life and be Always Available for the Service of the
  2. ToProvide a Suitable Environment to Motivate the Youth to Take Up a Career in the Armed
  3. ToDevelop Character, Comradeship, Discipline, Leadership,   Secular Outlook, Spirit of Adventure, and Ideals of Selfless Service amongst the Youth of the

NCC LOGO :- The three colours of the flag depicts the three services of the Corps. Red color is for Army, Navy Blue for Navy and Sky Blue for Air Force.

EVOLUTION OF NCC

First Name of NCC was ‘University  Corps’ later it was replaced by ‘University Training Corps (UTC) in 1920. NCC came into existence  under   Ministry   Of  Defence on 15th July 1948 which was allowed only for boys and for girls, it was allowed from 1951- 1952. Air Wing was started on 1 st April 1950 and Naval Wing was started on 1st July 1952. NCC flag was introduced  in the year of 1954 and NCC song “HAM SAB BHARTIYA HAI” was introduced in the year of 1980.

ORGANISATION OF NCC

NCC is under 17 State Directorates which consists of 96 Head Quarters and 775 Units. Among them, Army consists of 86 Head Quarters and 657 Units; Navy consists of 4 Head Quarters and   59 Units; Airforce   consists of 6 Head Quarters and 59 Units.

Career Paths for Entry into Army

 

  1. NDA– National Defence Academy
  2. IMA– Indian Military Academy
  3. TES– Technical Entry Scheme
  4. UES– University Entry Academy
  5. TGC– Technical   Graduate Course
  6. Short Service Officer

EVENTS H ELD  I N  NCC DURI NG  2 0 2 1 – 2 0 2 2

73 r d   REPU B L I C DAY CELE B R A T I O N S

26 January, 2 0 2 2 

SITE NCC has celebrated 73rd Republic Day celebration in College ground on 26/01/2022. All NCC Cadets have participated in the National  flag hoisting  in the college ground. The chief guest was Col. Ramesh Murthy, ECHS Eluru.

SITE NCC and NSS joined  in the rally on “RASHTRA BHAKTHI, KHEL SE SHAKTHI” till Tadepalligudem Town Police Station .

 

3 February, 2 0 2 1 

Orientation  program held  for 2020- 2021  1st  years  batch,  this  program   started  in the afternoon at 2:00 pm and  ended  by 4:30 pm,  around  350  students  from  all the branch es attended to this orientation  program.