National Cadets Corps-Combined Annual Training Camps Conclude In Arunachal
ITANAGAR/BORDUMSA: The 10-day-long Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC) of National Cadets Corps (NCC) cadets culminated here on Tuesday. The cadets displayed various cultural programme of their respective States with a social message for all.
Attending the occasion as the chief guest, RP Upadhyay -- the Commissioner to Governor of Arunachal Pradesh -- appreciated the national spirit and discipline displayed by the cadets. He told the cadets that the training imparted in the NCC camps during his school days has helped him instill discipline, determination and ambition in his life, and asked the cadets to also do so in their respective lives.
He further exhorted the cadets to exercise utmost caution while downloading information from the internet. “It is most important to sieve correct and relevant information than to fall prey to negative information,” he said while suggesting the cadets to take part in the community development programmes with a larger aim of building a strong nation. “The cadets can play a very active role in regulating the traffic chaos by following the traffic rules and urge others to follow,” he added.
Altogether 10 Navy cadets along with the staff from Delhi also visited the camp location and had meaningful interaction with the cadets of Arunachal Pradesh. They were appreciative of the training being imparted to the cadets in the camp.
The cadets underwent various training activities during the training camp which included Firing, Drill, Physical training, Self defense training, and classrooms lectures. Disaster relief management demonstration and fire fighting demonstration were also organized by experts in the field.
The cadets also expressed their satisfaction and appreciation for the training team who trained them for ten days. They were happy with the quality food and accommodation provided during the camp.
BORDUMSA: A ten-day-long agenda of the National Cadets Corps (NCC) camp organized by the Digboi-based 26 Assam (I) Coy under the aegis of NCC Group Headquarters Dibrugarh concluded in a befitting manner at the premises of the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) Bordumsa in Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh recently.
The camp conducted along the Assam-Arunachal border location witnessed an overwhelming participation besides generating a lauding response from the local tribal population.
Meanwhile, participants during the camp period were trained on important branches including the map reading, Physical Training, weapons training, battle crafts and drill beside being exposed to the camp life imbibing in them the qualities of being adventurous, disciplined, camaraderieship, espirit-de-corps and secular values. Ample stress was also laid on character building of the cadets.
JNV Principal D vijaya Bhaskar was the chief guest on the concluding day's programme. Dignitaries from various walks of life were present on the occasion.