National Cadet Corps (NCC)

National Cadet Corps (NCC): (Army wing only) The University offers training under the Army Wing of the National Cadet Corps. The University has a total number of 210 cadets with 105 boys and 105 girls. Parades and theory classes are held during the afternoon session on Saturdays.

Training programme: The total number of parades in a year is Twenty. Training is held in the University campus. The regular parades include training in drill, map reading, weapon training, obstacle etc. It also includes parades for firing, social service and adventure.

The adventure activities are parasailing, horse riding, rock climbing, firing, mountaineering, cycle expedition, motorcycle expedition, trekking etc.

Eligibility: I PUC and I Degree students

Certificates

  • After two years of training – ‘B’ Certificate  
  • After three years of training – ‘C’ Certificate

Use of B & C : C certificates holders can directly join the Defence forces as officers. Preference is given to B & C certificate holders in Defence Services, Police services, Para-Military forces, Fire forces, BSF, Territorial Army, Industrial Security Forces, Public Sectors, and all uniform services.

60 Engineering Seats, 16 Medical Seats, 6-7% of Post Graduation seats are reserved for NCC cadets in all Indian Universities.

Sahara India Scholarship and Cadet Welfare Scholarship are also offered to students who secure good percentage in the 12th standard examination.

No. 2 Coy, 9 Kar Bn.

Cadets from CHRIST (Deemed to be University) have been at the helm of activities at the Directorate. They have represented the State in the Republic Day Camps, Thal Sanik Camps and the country represented at Youth Exchange Programme (YEP). It was the only Company in country of India to send EIGHT cadets to the Republic Day Camp (RDC) in 2008.

The honour of this company is the visit of Director General’s and Additional Director General, National Cadet Corps to the University;

         Lt Gen(Retd) M C Bhandari, PVSM, AVSM*, VSM on 10 October 2004

         Lt Gen(Retd) P S Chaudhary, PVSM, AVSM, SM, VSM on 12 May 2007

         Maj.Gen Rajeev Varma on 09 December 2011

The Director Generals/ Additional Director General were given a Guard of Honour by the cadets of the university on both occasions.

All students are encouraged to join the NCC (National Cadet Corps)
The Director Generals were given a Guard of Honor by the cadets of the University during their visit.

 

For Details, Contact:

The Company Commander
2/9 Coy, CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Bangalore 560 029
Email: ncc@christuniversity.in


 

Expeditions and Adventure Activities Organized :

 

Sl.No.

Destination

Year

No. of Cadets

Duration

 

Pragathi yatra

2011

15

12 days

2.

Western Ghats Trek

2011

30

10 Days

3.

Lakshwadeep Island (Motor Cycle)

2012

13

16 Day

4.

Wayanad Wild Life Trek

2012

30

10 Days

5.

Ajantha & Ellora Caves (Motor Cycle)

2013

14

16 Day

6.

Coorg Trek

2013

28

10 Days

6.

Great Canara trail Dandeli

2013

28

07 days

7.

Blue Mountain Odessey trek Ooty

2014

24

07 days

8.

Guru Freddy’s Adventure Camp

2014

28

08 days

9.

Tiger trail trek parambikulam and ooty

2015

28

08 days

10

Himalayan Challenge- HMI Darjeeling

2016

20

15 days

 

Achievements :       

Republic Day Camp :

Cadets of the Coy have represented Karnataka & Goa Directorate at the Republic Day Camp.The following cadets have represented the directorate in the republic day camp:

 

Year

Name of the Cadet

2012

Peter K Joseph

Maheep Singh Shekhawat

Piyush Kumar

Nirbhay Bhandarker

Suryansh Prathap Singh

2013

Yogitha Kadam

2014

Chinmayi Venkatesh

Sachin D S

2015

Ramya Muthulaksmi

Vindya Kumar

2016

Grace Prerana

Adithya S P

Kilari Sripujita

Ben Crisbin

 

Thal Sainik Camp       :

Cadets of the Coy have represented Karnataka & Goa Directorate at the Thal Sainik Camp.The following cadets have represented the directorate in the Thal Sainik Camp :

Year

Name of the Cadet

Achievements

2011-2012

Nanditha R

Sachin Gowda

 

2012- 2013

Divya P

Silver

2014 -2015

Ramya Reddy

Pooja Sharma

Silver

2015-2016

Maria Raju

Kilari Sripujitha

Silver

2016-2017

Mary Supritha

Shalini Yadav

Shalini Rai

 

Silver

Silver

Youth Exchange Programme Representation :

  • Cadets of the Coy have represented India at Youth Exchange Programmes
  • JUO Maheep Singh Shekawat represented the country for YEP Kazhakistan in 2011 – 2012.
  • JUO Nirbhay Bhankarkar and JUO Suryansh Pratap Singh represented the country for YEP Bangaldesh in 2011 – 2012
  • JUO Yogitha Kadam represented the country for YEP Vietnam in 2013
  • JUO Chinmayi Venkatesh represented the country for YEP Russia in 2014
  • JUO Vindhya Kumar represented the country for YEP Singapore in 2015
  • SUO Ben Chrisbin represented the country for YEP Vietnam in 2016 and in the same year CSUO Adithya Sharma represented the country for YEP Kazhakistan.

 

Commendation and Awards Received:   

  • Best Institution Trophy 2010-11
  • Best Institution Trophy 2011-12
  • Best Institution Trophy 2012-13
  • Best Institution Trophy 2014-15 

YEAR

NAME

AWARDS

2012

Col Dr Fr Thomas C Mathew

Lt. Phinu Jose

Peter K Joseph

Piyush Kumar

Divya P

Maheep Shekawat

Hon. Colonel

CM  Commendation

CM  Commendation

CM  Commendation

CM  Commendation

DG Commendation

2015

Ramya Muthulakshmi

CM  Commendation

2016

Lt. Sajina Begum

Grace Prerana

Adithya S P

Vindhya Kumar

Kilari Sri Pujitha

Maria Raju

Dilsher Randhawa

CM  Commendation

DDG  Commendation

CM  and DDG Commendation

CM  Commendation

DDG Commendation

CM  Commendation

DDG Commendation