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RDC is held at Delhi Cantt from 01 to 29 Jan.

1850 selected NCC Cadets from all States to attend the Camp.Competitions are keenly contested in various events such as National Integration Awareness, Drill, Line & Flag Area, Cultural items, Best Cadet.

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NCC Camp for Republic Day Parade 2018 in Full Swing

 National Cadet Corps (NCC) Republic Day Camp (RDC) 2018 commenced at the Cariappa Parade Ground, Delhi Cantt on January 1, 2018. Director General National Cadet Corps (DG NCC) Lt Gen B S Sahrawat addressed the cadets and officials on the occasion and called upon all to derive a deep sense of purpose from each activity in the camp which is unique with no parallel.

In all 2,070 cadets, including 695 girl cadets drawn from all 29 States and 07 Union Territories of the country, are taking part in this one-month long camp. This also includes 102 cadets from Jammu and Kashmir and 162 cadets from North Eastern Region (NER). The cadets are selected through a tough selection process. The cadets attending the camp participate in a number of activities like cultural, national integration awareness programme and institutional training competitions. The camp will be visited by a large number of dignitaries including the Vice President, Prime Minister, Raksha Mantri, Raksha Rajya Mantri, Chief Minister of Delhi and the Chiefs of the Army, Navy and Air Force.

The aim of the RDC is to enhance the self-confidence of cadets, deepen their value systems and provide an exposure to the rich culture and traditions of our nation and the important events that take place in the National Capital during the run-up for Republic Day. Projection of cherished ideals and capabilities of the cadets of the NCC is intrinsic. The camp portrays the reflection of ‘Mini India’.

While speaking to the media, Lt Gen Sahrawat highlighted the major achievements of the NCC in youth and nation-building, social awareness campaigns, community development, environment protection, sports, and adventure.

The cadets also carry out cleanliness drives and safe sanitation awareness campaigns under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. In the field of sports, the NCC has the feather in the cap by reaching the finals of the prestigious Subroto Cup football tournament in the Junior Girls’ Category in 2017. He also apprised that in 2017, NCC conducted two mountaineering expeditions to Mt Ladakhi and Mt Join-111.

He reiterated that NCC is dedicated to nation-building by its untiring efforts and praised the efforts of all the cadets and staff for their dedication.

The story of 17’s RDC

The NCC Republic Day (RD) Camp 2017 began at the NCC Camp, Carriappa Parade Ground, Delhi Cantt on 01 January 2017. In the run-up to the Republic Day 2017, the Director General NCC Lt Gen Vinod Vashisht briefed the media here today to highlight major programmes of NCC during this month-long camp.

Lt Gen Vashist highlighted the major achievements of the NCC in Nation Building, Social Awareness Campaigns, Community Development, Environment Protection and Sports & Adventure. He said the conduct of NCC National Games in October 2016 has added another feather in the cap of this premier youth organization of the nation. He also mentioned that the training philosophy of the cadets had been refined to accommodate the changing aspirations of our youth and expectations of the society. While continuing these pursuits the current year will concentrate on ‘field focus’ which is the theme for this year’s camp, he said. This is to spread the spirit of Republic Day Camp across length and breadth of the country and disseminate the core message of tenacity and persistent determination to attain greater heights in life.

2068 cadets including 102 cadets from J&K and 162 cadets from the North Eastern Region drawn from 17 NCC Directorates are participating in this Camp. This year 696 girl cadets are also participating. The cadets are selected through a tough selection process.  The cadets attending the camp follow an intense schedule over one month while participating in a number of activities like cultural, National Integration Awareness Programme and Institutional Training Competitions. The camp will be visited by a large number of dignitaries such as the Vice President, Prime Minister, Defence Minister, Minister of State for Defence, Chief Minister of Delhi, and the three Service Chiefs.

The aim of the Republic Day Camp is to enhance the self-confidence of cadets, deepen their value systems and provide an exposure to the rich culture and traditions of our nation and the important events that take place in the National Capital during the run-up to the Republic Day. Projection cherished ideals and capabilities of the cadets of the NCC is intrinsic. The camp portrays a reflection of ‘Mini India’.

The year 2016 has been special for NCC as an exclusive NCC Girls’ contingent successfully scaled the Mt. Everest in May. NCC cadets also carried out cleanliness drives and safe sanitation awareness campaigns under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. As part of the campaign, a Swachhta Pakhwada at pan India level was conducted from 01 to 15 August 2016 and NCC’s the contribution during the Pakhwada was appreciated at the national level. In recognition for the excellent work, the NCC was awarded the ‘Swachhta Puruskar’ along with a certificate of excellence by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi during the India Sanitation Conference on 30 September 2016.

SOurce :- http://www.entranceindia.com/ca-january-2018/ncc-camp-for-republic-day-parade-2018-in-full-swing/

http://www.business-standard.com/article/government-press-release/ncc-camp-for-republic-day-parade-2017-in-full-swing-117010501226_1.html

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