The 1 coy. NCC of SNGS College is functioning under the 28 Kerala Bn. NCC Ottappalam. The unit has an enrolled strength of 160 cadets of which 80 are Girls . Besides the regular parades, a number of activities were conducted during the training year. A wide campaign was conducted for creating awareness on the functioning of this youth organization. To introduce the benefits of NCC Certificates among the students, the unit conducted a one day seminar on 18/08/2015. Commanding Officer Lt.Conl. A Parameswaran inaugurated the seminar.
A Combined Annual Training Camp of 28(K) NCC Ottappalam was conducted in this college from 22 to 31 August 2015.
A mini camp was conducted for special Weapon Training on 20/01/2016 for the cadets who were appearing for ”B” and “C” Cert. Exam.
As part of the NCC Day celebration, the unit conducted a Blood Donation camp on 18/11/2015. It was inaugurated by Principal Prof.PN Anitha Kumari. Dr.Radhika ,Subedar Shaji and Prasad talked on the occasion.
As part of the Swatch Bharath Abhiyan and social service activities the unit organised a health awareness rally from college to Pattambi Taluk Hospital, cleaned the Hospital and Mini civil station on 10/10/2015. The Hospital superintendint Dr. Abdul Rahman Inaugurated the programme. The unit also cleaned college campus and surrounding area many times.
The most remarkable achievement of this year was that SW Cadet M Vidhya completed Para jumping course successfully at Agra and T. Sree Lakshmi took part in Republic Day parade at Delhi.
Grand functions were organised to honour M.Vidha on 09/10/2015 and T.Sreelakshmi on 26/02/2016. C.P.Mohammed MLA, KP Bapputy, Muncipal Chairman and Kammukkutty Edathole, Block Panchayath President, V.Vasantha, PTA vice President and other dignitaries participated in it.
The Independence Day and Republic Day were celebrated under the NCC unit in a colorful way.
The Senior Under Officer Sajumon.P.K participated All India trekking Camp at Assam and Shijila K attended Pre RDC camp at Trivandram and IDC camps at Calicut. Vishag K.S. participated in the National Integration Camp at Alappuzha. Two cadets – Bijesh PP and Gopika- participated in the National Integration Camp at Bharatpur,Rajasthan. SW cadet Sneha ES and Suma TM took part in All India trekking Camp at Dargaling ,West Bengal. Cadet Salmanul Faris participated in the National Integration Camp at Jammu & Kashmir. And many cadets were attended in different ATC/CATC/PRDC/Army Attachment Camps conducted inside and outside of the state.
SUO Sajumon PK ,Under Officers Praveen,Clinton and Jisha offered their sincere service to the unit.
Associate NCC Officer
SNGS College Pattambi
NCC REPORT 2016-2017
With great pleasure, I submit this annual report on the activities carried out, achievements realized and services rendered by the 1 Coy. NCC of our college. The NCC unit in the college is functioning under the 28 Bn. NCC Ottappalam and has 160 cadets of which 80% is girls have enrolled and being trained under it. The unit lays utmost importance on the creation of a pool of organized, trained and motivated youth with leadership qualities in all walks of life and who will serve the nation with dedication. During this training year, the unit has held in addition to the regular parades various programs with intention to instil ideals of selfless service and discipline in the cadets.
It gives me pleasure to mention here that the parade of the 1 Coy. NCC of our college on the occasion of the inauguration of the administrative block of the college was appreciated by the Chief Minister Sri. Pinarayi Vijayan, the chief guest mainly for the discipline the cadets showcased.
On 21 June, on the occasion of International Yoga Day, the NCC unit of the college held under its aegis a Yoga exhibition and training program.
On 8 August, the cadets spent a day with the inmates of the Abhayam, the home for the aged situated in Koppam. A full day of the cadets was spent there sharing and communicating with the aged and weak section of the society. The program helped them to get a direct understanding of the major social issues that affect the weaker section and need the urgent attention of the concerned. The NCC team led by the associate NCC officers Dr. P Abdu, Bhagavan Das, A G Devadas and Hawildar Chandrasingh was received by the V Murali, the assistant director of Abhayam, Hariharan, the chairman and Narayan, the warden.
On 26 November, on the occasion of the NCC Day Celebration, the unit organized various programs. A mass running with placards showing the significance of healthy life style was conducted. It was inaugurated by the K P Vapputti, the chairman of the corporation. It was followed by an awareness program on the alcohol, drugs, cyber-crimes and ragging, in collaboration with District Youth Defense Force under the Youth Commission of the Kerala State. It was inaugurated by KT Rukkiya, the councilor. Leisad Mohammed, the Sub Inspector of Police – Pattambi led the class. KT Shameer, the district coordinator of the Youth Commission, NP Vijeesh, Abhilash and Shijila, the NCC senior under officer delivered their talks in it.
On 8 December, as part of the Green Kerala Mission, the cadets engaged themselves in the cleaning activities. The college premises, surroundings and the college bus waiting shed were cleaned by them.
The NCC unit worked in collaboration with others to observe the environment day held at the SNGS College.
The cadets of the unit organized a cleaning program on the occasion of the Swatch Bharath Abhiyan. The Taluk Hospital of Pattambi and its surroundings were cleaned as part of it. The program was inaugurated by Kammukkuti Edatholan, the president of the Block Panchayat in the presence of Dr. Abdu Rahman, the superintend of the hospital and Geeta Bhai, the nursing superintend and was led by Bhagat Ram, the BHM of NCC (28) Kerala Battalion Ottappalam, Shijila, the NCC senior under officer and the under officers Kiran, Sreelakshmi, Prijith, Sneha and Vishnu.
I proudly present the list of cadets who attended camps at various levels in various locations. Shijila, the senior under officer, under officers Sreelakshmi T, Prajith K and Kiran KP, CSM Sreejith PK, SGT Salini K and SGT Sarath R attended the camps held at Lakshadweep, Delhi, Khorakpur, Mysore, Kulamavu, Jammu & Kashmir and Kozhikode respectively.
Before concluding the report, I would like to convey the hearty thanks on my part and on behalf of the 1 Coy. NCC of SNGS College to Prof. Anithakumari the principal, Punnose Jacob the vice principal, colleagues, cadets, students and other well-wishers who helped, supported and cooperated with us in all the endeavours of 1 Coy. NCC of our SNGS College.