The National Cadet Corps (NCC) came into existence under the National Cadet Corps Act XXXI of 1948 (passed in April 1948,
existed on July 16, 1948 Came in). NCC is a youth development movement. It has immense potential for nation building.NCC
duty, commitment, dedication, discipline to the youth of the country And with a sense of moral values provides an opportunit
yfor their all-round development so that they can become competent leaders and useful citizens.
NCC offers cadets a wide range of activities with a distinct emphasis on social services, discipline and adventure training.
Voluntary Aadhaar is open to all regular students of schools and colleges. Students have no obligation for active military
Objectives of NCC
The aim of NCC is to develop the ideals of discipline, character, brotherhood, spirit of courage and selfless service among young citizens. Not only
this,It also aims to inculcate leadership qualities among the youth, who serve the nation no matter which career they choose. This young man in the
armed forces Also motivates to choose career.
NCC's motto is "unity and discipline"
The current tricolor flag was introduced in 1954. Three colors in the flag are three services in the army, red for the army, dark blue for the navy and
air force Lets denote light blue color. In the NCC and NCC the gold mark in the middle of the flag, which is surrounded by a lotus flower, gives the
flag a colorful look and a Gives a different identity. Each lotus represents an NCC directorate.
“We Cadets of the National Cadet Corps, pledge sincerely that we will always uphold the unity of India. We are disciplined and Pledge to be responsible citizens. We will do positive community service in a spirit of selflessness and concern for our partner.