National Cadet Corps (NCC)

National Cadet Corps (NCC): Upholding the aims of the National Cadet Corps i.e., to develop character, commandership, discipline leadership, secular outlook, and spirit of adventure and the ideals of selfless service amongst the youth of the country. CHRIST (Deemed to be University) NCC devotedly trains the Cadets to imbibe and be a responsible citizen of the country. CHRIST has NCC Army Wing open both for male and female students which is under No. 2 Company of 9 Karnataka Battalion NCC.

The NCC at CHRIST traces back to the very year of the institution, which was founded in the year 1969. The activities of NCC at CHRIST are guided by certain core values that we endeavor to instill among the Cadets. The Company successfully produces go-getters who actively participates at the National level camps like Republic Day Camp, Thal Sainik Camp, NCC National Games and also represent the country in Youth Exchange Program at Russia, UK, Singapore and Vietnam Etc.

The Company provides an environment conducive to motivate cadets to join the armed forces and holds a record of producing cadets, on a regular basis, who join the Indian Armed Forces.
Training Programme: The University offers training under the Army Wing of the National Cadet Corps. Parades and theory classes are held during the afternoon session on Saturdays between 01:00 PM to 06:00 PM.
The total number of parades in a year is twenty one in number and will be held in the University campus. The regular parades include training in drill, map reading, weapon training, obstacle training and Military subjects (theory classes) etc. In addition to the regular parade Cadets will get training for firing, social service and adventure.
The adventure training/activities includes 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: The Cadets are exempted from CDS examination conducted by UPSC and get a direct entry into SSB. The Cadets should have an 'A' or 'B' grade in 'C' certificate examination. Also preference is given to B & C certificate holders in Defense Services, Police services, Paramilitary 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 most of the Indian Universities.
A reservation for NCC cadets in Engineering Seats, Medical Seats and Post Graduation seats are available in most of the Indian Universities.

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 Sainik Camps and the country represented at Youth Exchange Programme (YEP). NCC is the only certificate program which provides up to 8 credits. The honor 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
  • Lt. Gen. Vinod Vashisth, AVSM, VSM* on 8 September 2017
  • Lt. Gen PP Malhotra, VSM on 5 July 2018
  • Lt. Gen Rajeev Chopra, AVSM on 22 May 2019

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).
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

1.

PRAGATHI YATRA

2011

15

12 Days

2.

WESTERN GHATS TREK

2011

30

10 Days

3.

LAKSHADWEEP ISLAND (MOTORCYCLE)

2012

13

16 Days

4.

WAYANAD WILDLIFE TREK

2012

30

10 Days

5.

AJANTHA & ELLORA CAVES (MOTORCYCLE)

2013

14

16 Days

6.

COORG TREK

2013

28

10 Days

6.

GREAT CANARA TRAIL DANDELI

2013

28

07 Days

7.

BLUE MOUNTAIN ODYSSEY 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

THE HIMALAYAN CHALLENGE - HMI DARJEELING

2016

20

15 Days

11.

HIMALAYAN EXPEDITION - MT.RENOCK SUMMIT

2018

40

15 Days

12.

HILL CITY TREK - LAVASA, PUNE

2019

30

07 Days

 

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES :-
Pulse 10 Km Run is a mega event conducted by our company since 2014 which has themes that focus on creating social awareness and building fitness.

  • 2014 – Run Hard, Build Fitness, Stay Healthy.
  • 2015 – Save Our Snakes
  • 2017 – Mental Health Matters
  • 2019 - Bengaluru Save Water

 

Achievements:
Best Institution Awards:

No. 2 Coy 9 Kar Bn has won the most number of Best Institution Awards since its inception from the Karnataka & Goa Directorate for the following years.

  • Best Institution Trophy 2010-11
  • Best Institution Trophy 2011-12
  • Best Institution Trophy 2012-13
  • Best Institution Trophy 2014-15
  • Best Institution Trophy 2016-17
  • Best Institution Trophy 2018-19
  • Best Institution Trophy 2019-20

 

Christ University in Bangalore won the Best Institution Trophy and Award for NCC in senior division under Boys Category this year.  The award was won by the university after 16 years.

Christ University received the following awards during the NCC Deputy Director General's Felicitation Programme - February 2020

 

Inter Directorate Shooting Championship [IDC]:
Represented the directorate shooting team in the inter directorate shooting competition held at Asansol.

YEAR

NAME OF THE CADET

ACHIEVEMENTS

2018

MANDIRASHREE V C

MAVALANKAR SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP

2019

TWINKLE SHARMA

AMARTYA MAHENDRA

 

 

Republic Day Camp:
The following cadets of the Coy have represented the Karnataka & Goa Directorate in the Republic Day Camp held at Delhi.

YEAR

NAME OF THE CADET

 

2016

GRACE PRERANA

ADITHYA S P

KILARI SRI PUJITHA

BEN CHRISBIN

 

2017

POOJA SHARMA

YAMINI SHARMA

 

 

2018

ABHILASHA CHAWDA

RISHAB JAIN

SAAHIL RAJ

AKANKSHA J SHETTY

PRATHEEK P

 

 

2019

NEIL AKASH FERNANDES

GITHANJALI RAIDURG

ANUP M

MOHAMMED  MUJTAHID

RAHUL SHARMA

 

2020

DHRUTHI D A

RAJDEEP  KAVIRAJ

 

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

YEAR

NAME OF THE CADET

ACHIEVEMENTS

2016-2017

MARY SUPRITHA

SHALINI YADAV

SHALINI RAI

 

1 Gold Medal

2 Gold Medal

2017-2018

SOURAB B K

VISHAL Y.J

SWATHI S

SHILPA R

MANASA S

MANDIRASHREE V C

 

1 Bronze Medal

2 Silver Medal

 

1 Gold and 1 Silver Medal

 

2018-2019

CHANDRAKANTH M

RAKSHITHA S

ANKUSH CHAUHAN

KHETAN M

SHALINI KUMARI

 

1 Gold Medal

2019-2020

VISHAL KUMAR SHARMA

ASHMITHA KUMARI

NIKHIL SAGAR

DEVAIAH  N N

NANDITHA S

DECHAMMA K R

 

Best Cadet - Silver Medal

 

Youth Exchange Programme Representation:
Cadets of the Coy have represented India at various countries.
?    JUO Maheep Singh Shekhawat represented the country for YEP Kazakhstan in 2011 – 2012.
?    JUO Nirbhay Bhankarkar and JUO Suryansh Pratap Singh represented the country for YEP Bangladesh in 2011 – 2012
?    JUO Yogitha Kadam represented the country for YEP Vietnam in 2013-2014
?    JUO Chinmayi Venkatesh represented the country for YEP Russia in 2014 -2015
?    JUO Vindhya Kumar represented the country for YEP Singapore in 2015- 2016
?    SUO Ben Chrisbin represented the country for YEP Vietnam in 2016 -2018
?    CSUO Adithya Sharma represented the country for YEP Kazakhstan in 2016-2017
?    SUO Rishab Jain represented the country for YEP Nepal 2019-2020
?    SUO Anup M represented the country for YEP Sri Lanka 2019-2020
?    JUO Mohammed Mujtahid represented the country for YEP Bangladesh 2019-2020

 

Commendation and Awards Received:
Every year the Coy is bestowed with various commendations like Deputy Director General Commendation Card - Karnataka and Goa Directorate, Chief Minister’s Commendation, Director General's Commendation Card and Raksha Mantri's Commendations.

YEAR

NAME

AWARDS

2016

LT SAJINA BEGUM

GRACE PRERANA

ADITHYA S P

VINDHYA KUMAR

KILARI SRI PUJITHA

MARIA RAJU

DILSHER RANDHAWA

CM Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

CM Commendation

DDG Commendation

CM Commendation

DDG Commendation

2017

COL DR FR THOMAS C MATHEW

LT SAJINA  BEGUM

LYDIA  KOSHI 

S H BEN CHRISBIN

ADITHYA  SHARMA  

MICHAEL RAJ 

SHALINI  RAI

SHALINI  YADAV                        

A  MARY SUPRITHA 

KILARI SAI POOJITHA 

DEV MISHRA

THOMPSON DANIEL 

ADITYA PADIVAL 

ABHINAV SUDHARSHAN 

ASHWIN M

CM Commendation

DG Commendation

DDG Commendation

CM Commendation

CM Commendation

CM Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

CM Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

2018

SOURAB B K

VISHAL Y J

SWATHI S

SHILPA R

MANASA S

ABHILASHA CHAWDA

RISHAB JAIN

SAAHIL RAJ

AKANKSHA J SHETTY

PRATHEEK P

CM Commendation

CM Commendation

CM Commendation

CM Commendation

CM Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

2019

MANDIRASHREE V C

CHANDRAKANTH M

RAKSHITHA S

ANKUSH CHAUHAN

KHETAN M

SHALINI KUMARI

NEIL AKASH

GITHANJALI RAIDURG

ANUP M

MOHAMMED  MUJTAHID

RAHUL SHARMA

CM Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

DDG Commendation

2020

DR FR ABRAHAM V M

LT SAJINA  BEGUM

ANUP M

DDG Commendation

CM Commendation

CM Commendation