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Online NCC camp 'Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat' concludes in Tezpur

Online NCC camp ‘Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat’ conducted by NCC group Dibrugarh under the aegis of NCC Directorate NER, Shillong, culminated on Saturday.

Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  8 Nov 2020 6:01 AM GMT

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TEZPUR: Online NCC camp 'Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat' conducted by NCC group Dibrugarh under the aegis of NCC Directorate NER, Shillong, culminated on Saturday.

A total of 250 NCC Cadets/ Associate NCC Officers from seven States of the north-eastern region, West Bengal and Sikkim attended the six-day camp.

As part of the initiative to conduct training of NCC cadets even in the times of COVID, NCC Group Headquarters, Dibrugarh, on behalf of NCC Directorate Shillong, conducted an online 'Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat camp' for NCC cadets of North Eastern Region (NER) and West Bengal and Sikkim Directorates from November 2. The camp was conducted through a webinar using Google Meet G suite platform. The theme of the camp was 'Swachhat and Toy making in the Northeast' which was conducted by way of presentations, discussions and interactions to showcase the history, geography, tourism, cuisines and cultural heritage of all the various States of the Northeast, West Bengal and Sikkim.

The aim of online Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat Saptah was to foster the spirit of national integration and solidarity by overcoming cultural, religious, geographical, environmental and linguistic barriers which was evident in the enthusiastic participation of the cadets from these States. While the aspects of bonding, peer learning, team building and thrill of physically seeing the natural, cultural and geographical beauty could not be replaced through online camp, the cadets showed keen interest in knowing about the other States during the presentations and screening of videos. The cadets also actively participated in online dance and song competition, group discussion on 'Challenges of Swachhta' and quiz competition held on the final day.

Maj Gen Anant Bhuyan, Sena Medal, ADG NER, Shillong who gave out the opening address to all the participants of this camp on November 2, highlighted the importance of conducting such camps and exhorted all cadets to actively participate in all the events. The General Officer who hails from Assam, also participated in the entire online camp and expressed his happiness over the efforts and deep sense of involvement of the cadets to make the camp successful.

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