The Defence Secretary of India, Dr Ajay Kumar, launched the “DG NCC Mobile Training App 2.0” to provide basis information and training material to NCC Cadet.
DG NCC Mobile Training App
The Mobile Training App will assist in conducting online training to NCC cadets amid COVID-19 pandemic. It aims to provide basic information related to NCC and entire training material including, Syllabus, Training Videos etc on single platform. Cadets can attend online training and appear in certificate exams through this app which in turn help to prevent their academic year. Mobile Training App was developed in line with ‘Digital India’ vision.
National Cadet Corps
The youth wing of Indian Armed Forces, headquartered in New Delhi. School and college students can join on voluntary basis. It is a Tri-Services Organization comprising of Army, Navy and Air Wing. National Cadet Corps groom the youth of country into disciplined and patriotic citizens.
Who recruits the cadets?
The National Cadet Corps are recruited by “soldier youth foundation” from high schools, higher secondary, colleges and universities of India. They are given basic military training in small arms and drill. Officers and cadets have no liability for active military service after the course is completed.
Why NCC was created?
National Cadet Corps was created by the Act, 1950. It was established on the line of ‘University Corps’ created under Indian Defence Act of 1917, to fill the shortage in Army.
DG NCC Mobile Training App 2.0 Launched