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ANO/Caretaker Officer

NAME

NCC एन.सी.सी डिवीज़न

एन.सी.सी पद

Dr Anil Shivani (Professor, Commerce)

(एयर डिवीज़न)

Care Taker Officer

Dr. Dharmendra Pare

(आर्मी डिवीज़न)

Care Taker Officer

Dr Ajay Kumar Ghosh

(नेवी  डिवीज़न)

Care Taker Officer



How to Join?



Application for Enrollment:-

(1) A student desirous of being enrolled in the Senior Division shall apply to the Officer commanding the unit.

(2) A student desirous of being enrolled in the Junior Division shall apply to the Headmaster of the school  providing the unit or part thereof.

(3) The Officer to whom an application under sub-rule (1) has been made, shall cause the applicant to fill up and sign in his presence a statement in Form I.

(4) The Headmaster to whom an application under sub-rule (2) has been made shall cause the applicant to fill up and sign in his presence a statement in Form II.

Verification

When an application is made to a Commanding Officer or a Headmaster under rule 7, he shall satisfy himself that the application is in proper form and that the applicant fulfils the conditions of enrolment specified in rule 5 or 6, as the case may be. The Commanding Officer or the Headmaster may make such further enquiry regarding the suitability of the applicant for enrolment in the unit or part thereof in which he desires to be enrolled, as may be prescribed in this behalf, by the State Government.

Medical Examination

If the Commanding Officer or the Headmaster is satisfied that the application is in order, and that the applicant fulfils the conditions of enrolment and that he is suitable for enrolment in the unit or part thereof in which he desires to be enrolled, he shall cause the applicant to be medically examined. If the Commanding Officer or the Headmaster is not satisfied that the application is in order or that the applicant fulfils the conditions of enrolment or that he is suitable to be enrolled in the unit or part thereof or the applicant is reported to be medically unfit for service in the National Cadet Corps, the Commanding Officer or the Headmaster shall reject the application and shall inform the applicant accordingly.

Method of Enrollment-

(1) If the Commanding Officer does not reject the application, the applicant shall be accepted for enrolment in the Senior Division/Wing, and shall be required to sign a declaration in Form I. If the applicant is a minor, his father or guardian shall also be required to sign a declaration provided in the form.

(2) If the Headmaster does not reject the application, the applicant shall be accepted for enrolment in the Junior Division. The applicant shall be required to sign a declaration in Form II and his father or guardian shall also be required to sign a declaration in the Form.

(3) If the Commanding Officer or the Headmaster is satisfied that the applicant, or his father or guardian in the case of a minor applicant, understand the questions put to the applicant and consent to the conditions of service, he shall sign a certificate to that effect on the said Form, and the applicant shall thereupon be deemed to have been enrolled.



Cadet Welfare Society

Overview

NCC Cadets Welfare Society was established in Feb 1985 under the Societies Registration Act 1860 in order to provide financial relief to cadets who sustain injury during organized NCC activities or financial assistance to the nominees of the cadet in the event of death during such activities.

The Society started with a one-time grant from Central Govt and State Govts. It levies obligatory membership fee on cadets which is a one time payment at the time of enrolment in any Wing/Div of NCC.

 

Membership

The membership of the Society is open to only those NCC Cadets who have paid the one time membership fee at the time of enrolment in the NCC at the rate fixed by the Governing Body. Such cadets as have paid their membership fee shall be the beneficiaries of the Society during their cadetship in the Division/Wing in which they are enrolled. The cadets who have discontinued their membership and seek re-enrolment shall be treated as fresh cadets and membership fee shall be charged from them at the time of re-enrolment.

Present membership fee is Rs 10/- per cadet.

 

Nomination Form

Each cadet on becoming a member of the Society shall fill in a Nomination Form as per the approved Performa. It is an important document and should be filled in carefully without any alteration/cutting. Financial assistance is payable only on production of the original nomination form. COs of Units should scrutinize the nomination forms to ensure that the nominees are only the parents or other close relatives such as brothers or sisters. Only in very rare cases where the cadets do not have parents or other close relatives living, will they be allowed to nominate other persons as their nominees.

 

Aims and Objective of the Society

The present aims & objectives of Cadet Welfare Society are :-

(a) To give financial assistance and relief to cadet NOK/Nominee in case of a demise/injury during NCC activities.

(b) To conduct sports and adventure activities which cannot be funded by Public Funds.

(c) To hold rallies/ campaigns /road shows as social awareness programmes.

(d) Any other training and welfare activity or activity beneficial to cadets.

 

Financial Assistance/ Relief

NCC related Activities

Death Case

Permanent Disability

Temporary Disability

(a) High Risk Activities

Rs. 3,00,000/-

Upto Rs. 3,00,000/-

Upto Rs. 1,75,000/-

(b) Normal/ other activities

Rs. 2,50,000/-

Upto Rs. 2,50,000/-

Upto Rs. 1,75,000/-

 

Procedure for Claims

Requests from the cadet/nominee of deceased cadet for grant of financial assistance will be forwarded to the member Secretary, Managing Committee, NCC Cadets Welfare Society accompanied by the following documents within two months of the causality:-

 

(a) Death Cases

1. Application from the nominee for financial assistance.

2. Nomination form in original, submitted by the deceased cadet at the time of enrolment.

3. Enrolment Form in original.

4. Certificate from the DDG that the deceased was a bonafide NCC cadet, his/her death occurred during a NCC related activity and that the death was not caused as a result of the Cadets breach of law or of a criminal act.

5. Post Mortem Report.

6. Court of Inquiry Proceedings.

7. Certificate from the nominee as per specimen, in which he states that they will have no claim on the NCC Cadet Welfare Society other than the amount, if any, sanctioned by the Managing Committee with regard to quantum of financial assistance.

8. Recommendations of the OC unit, Gp Commander and Dy DG NCC in the format specified.

 

(b) Permanent Disability Cases

1. Application from the Cadet for financial relief.

2. Nomination form in Original.

3. Enrolment Form in original.

4. Injury Report / Medical certificate from a Govt/ Service Hospital.

5. Medical Bills (original).

6. Court of Inquiry Proceedings.

7. Certificate from the Cadet/guardian (if the cadet is minor), as per format specified which states that he will have no claim on the NCC Cadet Welfare Society other that the amount, if any, sanctioned by the Managing Committee with regard to quantum of financial assistance.

8. Recommendations of the OC unit, Gp Commander, Dy DG NCC as per format specified.

 

(c) Temporary Disability Cases

1. Application from the Cadet for financial relief.

2. Nomination form in Original.

3. Enrolment Form in original.

4. Injury Report / Medical certificate from a Govt/ Service Hospital.

5. Medical Bills (original).

6. Court of Inquiry Proceedings.

7. Certificate from the Cadet/guardian (if the cadet is minor), as per format specified which states that he will have no claim on the NCC Cadet Welfare Society other that the amount, if any, sanctioned by the Managing Committee & with regard to quantum of financial assistance.

8. Recommendations of the OC unit, Gp Commander, Dy DG NCC as per format specified.

 

(d) Immediate Financial Assistance

In case of death of a cadet during a NCC related activity, immediate interim financial assistance not exceeding Rs. 50,000/- is granted by DGNCC. For the interim payment of Rs 50, 000/-, the following information/documents will be dispatched to the society within 48 hours of the occurrence, if necessary by a special courier:-

1. Institution/Unit of the cadet with date of his/her joining NCC.

2. Nature of NCC activity during which the death has taken place.

3. Date and cause of death.

4. Whether an FIR has been filed with local police and post-mortem of the dead body carried out.

5. Has the Court of Inquiry been ordered, if so, the details thereof?

6. Nomination Form in original.

7. Enrolment Form in original.

8. Address of the Nominee and the branch of State Bank of India or Syndicate Bank or which is nearest to the residence of the nominee.

9. A certificate from the DDG that the deceased was a bonafide NCC cadet, his/her death occurred during a NCC related activity and that the death was not caused as a result of the cadet's breach of law or of a criminal act.

 

Scholarships

The Society grants 750 scholarships of Rs. 6,000/- each to NCC Cadets who excel in academics. The vacancies are allotted to all states based on the enrolled strength of each state.

The eligibility Conditions for award of Scholarship are as under :-

 

(1)    Junior Division/Wing Cadets
The cadet should have passed his VIII or IX examination in the preceding year with min 70% marks as prescribed. They should have undergone training for at least 1 year with a minimum of 80% attendance and exemplary discipline

 

(2)    Senior Division/Wing Cadets
The cadet should have obtained min of 70% marks in the aggregate in case of science stream and 60% in the case of Arts/Commerce stream in class XII or 2nd year of graduation or diploma in Polytechnic if NCC was not available at 10+2 level in the preceding academic year. The cadets if joining SD/SW in class XI will be eligible for CWS Scholarship based on their scoring in class X exam in the preceding year. The cadet should have done at least one year in NCC with 80% attendance and exemplary discipline.

(3)Concession for SC/ST/OBC cadets :- Relaxation of 5% marks to the minimum laid down for each category is given. Such cadets are also eligible for a bonus of 10% marks while making the merit list.

(4)An extra concession of 5% marks to cadets belonging to J&K, NER and Sikkim.

 

Best Cadet Awards

The Society grants 2 Best cadet awards in each category i.e. JD,JW,SD,SW at group level. The amount of award is Rs. 3,500/- for Best cadet and Rs. 2,500/- for 2nd Best cadet. The selection is done by every GP HQ by holding competition in the following subjects :-

(a) Written test (general knowledge) to include current affairs and sports.
(b) Service Subjects to include drill and firing.
(c) Interview.
(d) Participation in various NCC activities.

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National Service Scheme

महाविद्यालय में पदस्थ एन.एस.एस. अधिकारी

Dr. R. S. Narwariya    कार्यक्रम अधिकारी

 

Dr. R. P. Shakya  कार्यक्रम अधिकारी

Introduction

1.      In India, the idea of involving students in the task of national service dates back to the times of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation. The central theme which he tried to impress upon his student audience time and again, was that they should always keep before them, their social responsibility. The first duty of the students should be, not to treat their period of study as one of the opportunities for indulgence in intellectual luxury, but for preparing themselves for final dedication in the service of those who provided the sinews of the nation with the national goods & services so essential to society. Advising them to form a living contact with the community in whose midst their institution is located, he suggested that instead of undertaking academic research about economic and social disability, the students should do "something positive so that the life of the villagers might be raised to a higher material and moral level".

 

2.      The post-independence era was marked by an urge for introducing social service for students, both as a measure of educational reform and as a means to improve the quality of educated manpower. The University Grants Commission headed by Dr. Radhakrishnan recommended introduction of national service in the academic institutions on a voluntary basis with a view to developing healthy contacts between the students and teachers on the one hand and establishing a constructive linkage between the campus and the community on the other hand.

 

3.      The idea was again considered by the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) at its meeting held in January, 1950. After examining the various aspects of the matter and in the light of experience of other countries in this field, the Board recommended that students should devote some time to manual work on a voluntary basis and that the teachers should also associate with them in such work. In the draft First Five year Plan adopted by the Government of India in 1952, the need for social and labour service for students for one year was further stressed. Consequent upon this, labour and social service camps, campus work projects, village apprenticeship scheme etc. were put into operation by various educational institutions, In 1958, the then Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in his letter to the Chief-Ministers, mooted the idea of having social service as a prerequisite for graduation. He further directed the Ministry of Education to formulate a suitable scheme for introduction of national service into the academic institutions.

 

4.      In 1959, a draft outline of the scheme was placed before the Education Minister's Conference. The Conference was unanimous about the urgent need for trying out a workable scheme for national service. In view of the fact that education as it was imparted in schools and colleges, left something to be desired and it was necessary to supplement it with programmes which would arouse interest the social and economic reconstruction of the country. It was viewed that if the objectives of the scheme were to be realized, it was essential to integrate social service with the educational process as early as possible. The Conference suggested the appointment of a committee to work out details of the proposed pilot project. In pursuance of these recommendations, a National Service Committee was appointed under the Chairmanship of Dr. C.D. Deshmukh on August 28, 1959 to make concrete suggestions in this direction. The committee recommended that national service for a period of nine months to a year Deshmukh on August 28, 1959 to make concrete suggestions in this direction. The committee recommended that national service for a period of nine months to a year may be made compulsory for all students completing high school education and intending to enroll themselves in a college or a university. The scheme was to include some military training, social service, manual labour and general education. The recommendations of the Committee could not be accepted because of its financial implications and difficulties in implementation.

 

5.      In 1960, at the instance of the Government of India, Prof. K.G. Saiyidain studied national service by students implemented in several countries of the world and submitted his report under the title "National Service for the Youth" to the Government with a number of recommendations as to what could be done in India to develop a feasible scheme of social service by students. It was also recommended that social service camps should be open to students as well as non-students within the prescribed age group for better inter-relationship.

 

6.      The Education Commission headed by Dr. D.S. Kothari (1964-66) recommended that students at all' stages of education should be associated with some form of social service. This was taken into account by the State Education Minister during their conference in April 1967 and they recommended that at the university stage, students could be permitted to join the National Cadet Corps (NCC) which was already in existence on a voluntary basis and an alternative to this could be offered to them in the form of a new programme called the National Service Scheme (NSS). Promising sportsmen, however, should be exempted from both and allowed to join another scheme calle4d the National Sports Organization (NSO), in view of the need to give priority to the development of sports and athletics.

 

7.      The Vice Chancellors' Conference in September, 1969 welcomed this recommendation and suggested that a special committee of Vice Chancellors could be set up to examine this question in detail. In the statement of national policy on education of the Government of India, it was laid down that work experience and national service should be an integral part of education. In May, 1969, a conference of the students' representatives of the universities and institutions of higher learning convened by the Ministry of Education and the University Grants Commission also unanimously declared 'that national service could be a powerful instrument for national integration. It could be used to introduce urban students to rural life. Projects of permanent value could also be undertaken as a symbol of the contribution of the student community to the progress and upliftment of the nation.

 

8.      The details were soon worked out and the Planning Commission sanctioned an outlay of Rs. 5 crores for National Service Scheme (NSS) during the. Fourth Five Year Plan. It was stipulated that the NSS programme should be started as a pilot project in select institutions and universities.

 

9.      On September 24, 1969, the then Union Education Minister Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao, launched the NSS programme in 37 universities covering all States and simultaneously requested the Chief Ministers of States for their cooperation and help. It was appropriate that the programme was started during the Gandhi Centenary Year as it was Gandhi ji who inspired the Indian youth to participate in the movement for Indian independence and the social uplift of the downtrodden masses of our nation.

 

10.  The cardinal principle of the programme is that it is organized by the students themselves and both students and teachers through their combined participation in social service, get a sense of involvement in the tasks of national development. Besides, the students, particularly, obtain work experience which might help them to find avenues of self-employment or employment in any organization at the end of their university career. The initial financial arrangements provided for an expenditure of Rs. 120/- per NSS student per annum to be shared by the Central and the State Governments in the ratio of 7:5 i.e. the Central Government spending Rs. 70/- and State Governments Rs. 50/- respectively per NSS student per year. An amount of Rs. 120/- per NSS student per annum on programmes to be shared by the Central and State Governments in the ration of 7:5 (i.e. Rs. 70/- per student by the central government and Rs. 50/- per student by the State Governments). Keeping the inflation in view, it is now under consideration to revise the amount for Special Camping and Regular Activities.

 

11.  The scheme now extends to all the states ad universities in the country and covers +2 level also in many states. Students, teachers, guardians, persons in authority in government, universities and colleges/schools and the people in general now realize the need and significance of NSS. It has aroused among the student youth an awareness of the realities of life, a better understanding and appreciation of the problems of the people. NSS is, thus, a concrete attempt in making campus relevant to the needs of the community. There are several instances of excellent work and exemplary conduct of NSS units which have earned them respect and confidence of the people. The special camping programmes organized under the themes of 'Youth Against Famine (1973)', 'Youth Against Dirt & Disease (1974-75)', 'Youth for Eco-Development' and "Youth for Rural Reconstruction' 'Youth for National Development and Youth for Literacy (1985-93)' 'Youth for National Integration and Communal Harmony (1993-95)' have resulted in gains both to the community as well as to the students. The theme for the year 1995-96 onwards for Special Camping is Youth for Sustainable Development with focus on Watershed Management and Water land Development'. Themes have been selected in accordance with national priorities. Also, from 1991-92 onwards NSS has launched a nationwide campaign on AIDS Awareness called "Universities Talk AIDS" (UTA) which has earned international attention and appreciation.

 

12.  Community service rendered by university and +2 level students has covered several aspects like adoption of villages for intensive development work, carrying out the medico-social surveys, setting up of medical centers, programmes of mass immunization, sanitation drives, adult education programmes for the weaker sections of the community, blood donation, helping patients in hospitals, helping inmates of orphanages and the physically handicapped etc. NSS volunteers did commendable relief work during natural calamities/emergencies such as cyclones, floods, famine, earthquake, et. From time to time all over the country. The NSS students have also done useful work in organizing campaigns for eradication of social evils, and popularization of the nationally accepted objectives like nationalism, democracy, secularism, social harmony and development of scientific temper.

 

Objectives

The main objectives of National Service Scheme (NSS) are :

i.                understand the community in which they work

ii.              understand themselves in relation to their community

iii.             identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving

iv.            develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility

v.             utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems

vi.            develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities

vii.          gain skills in mobilizing community participation

viii.         acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes

ix.            develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and

x.              practise national integration and social harmony

 

Coverage:

Started initially in 37 universities involving 40,000 volunteers, the scheme has grown over the years and it is implemented today with an involvement of more than 2.6 million volunteers spread over in 200 Universities, Polytechnics and +2 Systems. The efforts of NSS volunteers have been widely acclaimed by the community, universities, colleges and general public as the NSS volunteers have been rendering selfless service to the community.

 

Motto:

The Motto of NSS "Not Me But You", reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps the students develop appreciation to other person's point of view and also show consideration to '/other living beings. The philosophy of the NSS is well doctrined in this motto, which underlines/on the belief that the welfare .of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society on the whole and therefore, the NSS volunteers shall strive for the well-being of the society.

 

Symbol:

The symbol for the NSS has been based on the giant Rath Wheel of the world famous Konark Sun Temple (The Black Pagoda) situated in Orissa, India. The wheel portrays the cycle of creation, preservation and release and signifies the movement in life across time and space, The symbol thus stands for continuity as well as change and implies the continuous striving of NSS for social change.

 

Badge

The NSS Symbol is embossed on the badge. The eight bars in the wheel represent the 24 hours of a day. The red color indicates that the volunteer is full of young blood that is lively, active, energetic and full of high spirit. The navy blue color indicates the cosmos of which the NSS is tiny part, ready to contribute its share for the welfare of the mankind.

 

Financial Arrangements:

The scheme is funded by both Central and State Governments in the ratio of 7:5 to organize Regular Activities (RA) and special Camping Programmes (SCP). An amount of Rs.160/-per volunteer per annum is released towards Regular Activities (RA) and Rs.300/- per volunteer per Special Camping Programme (SCP) which is of 10-days duration to be organized in the adopted villages/communities. In addition, the Government of India provides 100% financial assistance to run NSS Regional Centers, State Liaison Cells and TOCs/TORCs, The Central Government also provides -100% financial assistance for implementation of NSS Programmes in Jammu & Kashmir and Union Territories without Legislatures.