ITANAGAR, MAY 21:
Additional Director General, National Cadet Corps, North Eastern Region, Shillong Major General Bipin Bakshi, VSM called on Governor
Brig (Dr) B D Mishra (Retd) at Raj Bhavan, today to discuss on promoting NCC programmes and activities in the state.
The Governor emphasised that NCC programmes must reach every corner of the State and maximum number of students must be enrolled in it. He said that NCC is a very important part of academic curricula, which has been instilling unity, discipline, nationalism, patriotism and spirit of Nation First amongst the young students. NCC training helps inculcation of obedience, group activity and determination amongst the cadets.
The Governor also stressed that cadets from Arunachal Pradesh must have the opportunities of attending the regular NCC trainings and take A , B and C Certificate examinations of NCC and work hard to get selected for the Republic Day parade. He emphasized that there must be more and more NCC Units, which will help in developing a disciplined human resource in our State.
At the request of the Governor, ADG, NCC NER informed that 100 vacancies for enrolment of the students in the NCC have been allotted to Rajiv Gandhi University, Rono Hills and enrolment will start from June 2019.
R.P. Upadhyaya, IPS Commissioner to Governor, Madhu Rani Teotia, IAS, Secretary Education, Prof. Saket Kushwaha, Vice-Chancellor, Rajiv Gandhi University, Prof H.S. Yadav, Director, NERIST , Brig. K.S. Rao, Group Commander, NCC Group Headquarters, Tezpur and Col R.K. Sharma, Commanding Officer 1st Arunachal Pradesh NCC Battalion participated in the meeting.