We Are Here to Serve

The vision, mission and the objectives of the NCC is aligned towards instilling discipline, qualities of leadership, both moral and physical along with courage as a way of shaping young ignited minds to a seek with passion a career in the Indian Armed Forces. Provide students with an understanding of the armed forces protocols and operating procedures before the venture towards the path of National, it also teaches students to appreciate, honour and respect careers in the Indian Armed Forces.
Student Grooming
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National Service

NCC @ SPSU

The SPSU has allotted one platoon of (53 cadets) of army wing by DG NCC under10 RAJ battalion, Udaipur in the year 2018.The university has provided several infrastructural facilities like Firing Range and Obstacle ground as per standard norms for smooth functioning of NCC activities.

Since inception NCC cadets of SPSU are engaged in community services and social welfare activities like Blood Donation camp, No Polythene Campaign, Cleanliness Drive, Tree Plantation etc. NCC cadets of SPSU participated in several camps like Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC), Thal Sanik Camp,Pre- RDC, etc.

Aim

The ‘Aims’ of the NCC laid out in 1988 have stood the test of time and continue to meet the requirements expected of it in the current socio–economic scenario of the country. 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.

Genesis

The Cadet Corps Committee which was formed on 29 Sep 1946 with Pt HN Kunzru as chairman held six meetings in South Block, New Delhi. At the same time, Pt HN Kunzru formed sub-committees which were sent on study tours in all the main provinces of pre-independent India including provinces which are now located in Bangladesh and Pakistan. One sub-committee was also sent on tour to Great Britain and France from 15 Feb 1947 to 31 Mar 1947 to study the Youth and Cadet organisations in those countries.

The Cadet Corps Committee carried out exhaustive study of the problem of youth in India. Its sub-committees after their tour at home and abroad submitted their report to the Govt of India in Mar 1947. Soon after the report was submitted, a far reaching political development began to impact the country, due to which the Cadet Corps Scheme had to be kept in abeyance. The religious strife which then was at its zenith, ultimately led to the partition of the country into India and Pakistan.

On the stroke of midnight of 14/15 Aug 1947, India achieved her independence. Immediately after independence, India was confronted with problems of formidable magnitude concerning not only repatriation of millions of displaced persons from Pakistan but also a full scale invasion of Kashmir by the Armed tribesmen supported by Pakistan. The armed forces had to rush to retrieve Kashmir at a time when they were already pre-occupied with the internal problem of maintaining law and order during the country’s initial stage of consolidation.

The war in Kashmir and the consequent loss of a portion of Indian territory; the open support of Western Powers to Pakistan in the Security Council of the United Nations, made it more than evident to the Indian leaders that they not only had to strengthen the Armed Forces but also create sufficient strength of reserves, who could take up arms, when required. The gravity of time and event found expression in the Indian Legislature through anxious and pressing demand for military training of young men and women throughout the country.

Moto of NCC

The need for having motto for the Corps was discussed in the 11th Central Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting held on 11 Aug 1978. The mottos suggested were “Duty and Discipline”; “Duty, Unity 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 12 Oct 1980.

Core Values

The NCC is a responsive, learning and continuously evolving organization. Its activity is guided by certain core values that we endeavour to instill among all ranks of the NCC. These include the following:-

  1. A sense of patriotic commitment to encourage cadets to contribute to national development.
  2. Respect for diversities in religion, language, culture, ethnicity, life style and habitat to instill a sense of National unity and social cohesion.
  3. Abiding commitment to learn and adhere to the norms and values enshrined in the Indian Constitution.
  4. Understanding the value of a just and impartial exercise of authority.
  5. Ability to participate in community development and other social programme.
  6. A healthy life style free of substance abuse and other unhealthy practices.
  7. Sensitivity to the needs of poor and socially disadvantaged fellow citizens.
  8. Inculcating habits of restraint and self-awareness.
  9. Understanding the values of honesty, truthfulness, self-sacrifice, perseverance and hard work.
  10. Respect for knowledge, wisdom and the power of ideas.

Glimpses of NCC activities

Careers In the Armed Forces

Choosing a career in the armed forces is just as crucial as any other career, this is because there is a wide range of career paths which the students can take. The NCC trains students in the three main wings of the armed forces, being the Navy, Army and the Airforce. Students are exposed to a range of technical and theoretical insights into the mechanism and operational standards of each of these wings so that they can make a well informed career choice.
Indian Air Force
Indian Army
Indian Navy

Meet the Experts

Lieutenant (Dr.) D S Chouhan

Associate NCC Officer
10 RAJ Battalion NCC, Udaipur

Currently Lt. (Dr.) D S Chouhan is working as Assistant Professor at School of Engineering, Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur, Rajasthan. He was awarded M.Sc. degree (1998) and Ph.D. (2003) degree from Mohan Lal Sukhadia University (State University in Rajasthan), Udaipur. He has 24 years of UG & PG teaching experience and 20 years of research experience. His research area includes study of Inflationary Cosmological Models in General Relativity. He has published 5 national and 15 international research papers in the peer reviewed journals. Publications are accepted and published by publishers like Springer, Elsevier and research work is indexed in SCIE, ESCI, Scopus and Web of Science databases. 

He has organized four workshops/Industrial visits under the entrepreneurship development programme sponsored by the Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of Rajasthan and acts as a scientific committee member and advisory committee member for National and international conferences. He has attended more than 46 national and international workshops and conferences/ STTP. He was NSS coordinator at Sir Padampat Singhania University from 2010 to 2018 and is Associate NCC Officer at SPSU since 2018 and successfully completed the pre-commission (PRCN) course held at National Cadet Corps Officer’s Training Academy (NCC OTA), Kamptee, Nagpur (Maharashtra).

The course was conducted from 26th November 2018 to 23rd February 2019. After successfully completing this course at NCC OTA, He has been commissioned as Lieutenant (Rank) by DG NCC under Ministry of Defence (MOD), Govt. of India. He was also awarded NCC “B” & “C” certificate in the year 1995 & 1996.He is also participated in Republic Day Camp during 1995-96.He was also awarded with “The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award” in the year 1995 for outstanding activities in NCC as an Air Wing cadet. He has also acted as Camp Adjutant during the several NCC camps like CATC, ATC, Pre-RDC. He is also Nominated for National level Shivaji Trail Trek Camp 2022. He has groomed several NSS and NCC cadets at Sir Padampat Singhania University and more than 20 students whom he guided are serving in the armed forces.

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