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OFFICERS

LT GEN TARUN KUMAR AICH, AVSM

AIR CDRE L K JAIN

COL A K SHARMA

DIRECTOR GENERAL NCC

DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL

GROUP COMMANDER, MANGALORE GP

MR. VIVEK ALVA

DR. PETER FERNANDIES

GP CAPT A G SRINIVASAN

MANAGING TRUSTEE, AEF
PRINCIPAL, AIET
CO, 06 KAR AIR SQN NCC

Fg Offr Parveez Shariff B G is Sr. Asst. Professor in the department of ECE and caretaker officer from 2015 to 2017. After completion of Associate NCC Officer training at OTA, Kaptee and AFS, Tambaram, he is commissioned with Honorary rank of Flying Officer on Dec 2017. During his training at OTA – Kamptee, he received First Place in the written exam and physical test and also received Best in Batch award in written and GST exam at AFS, Tambaram. He is always been supportive and encouraging to cadets to take part in various camps and social activities. He had represented to AIVSC – 2018 as Contingent Commander of KAR & GOA Dte contingent.

FG OFFR PARVEEZ SHARIFF B G

FLT CDT, FLT - B

National Cadet Corps

National Cadet Corps (NCC), came into existence, on 15 July 1948 under an Act of Parliament. Over the years, NCC has spread its activities and values, across the length and breadth of the country; in schools and colleges, in almost all the districts of India. It has attracted millions of young boys and girls, to the very ethos espoused by its motto, “unity and discipline” and molded them into disciplined and responsible citizens of the country. NCC has attained an enviable brand value for itself, in the Young India’s mind space.

With an aim for raising a second line of defence and to create a large pool of trained youth available for Armed Forces during the First World War, University Corps was conceptualized by the British Government. In India, NCC was raised with an aim of grooming both the boys and the girls, nurture them and direct their energy towards nation building by making them responsible citizens.

After independence, the present day NCC formally came into existence on 15 July 1948 through XXXI Act of Parliament. The Girls Division of the NCC was raised in July 1949. On 01 April 1950, Air Wing was raised, with one Air squadron each at Bombay and Kolkata. The Naval Wing of the NCC was raised in July 1952, thus representing all three services in the Corps.

Today the NCC has an enrolled strength of more than 13 Lakh cadets and consists of two divisions of all the three Services, i.e., the Senior Division / Senior Wing for boys/girls from colleges and the Junior Division / Junior Wing for boys/girls from schools.

NCC at Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology

Alva’s Institute Of Engineering & Technology (AIET) is a premier Engineering Institute of Alva’s Education Foundation established in the year 2008. AIET is strategically located adjacent to Moodbidri -Mangalore National Highway, which is 24 Kms from Mangalore International Airport.

It has a lush green campus spread over 30 acres; a part of ALVA’S-SHOBHAVANA, 144 acres spread on a famous herbal garden with more than two thousand variety of herbal plants.

Air Wing NCC (Flt-B) at Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology is affiliated to No. 06 Kar Air Sqn NCC, Mangalore in the year 2015. Flt – B have authorized strength of 100 cadets. 

The Flt-B headed by Fg Offr Parveez Shariff B G under the Commanding Officer of No. 06 Kar Air Sqn NCC could able to produce:

  1. One – Youth Exchange Program (YEP) Cadet
  2. Three – Republic Day Camp (RDC) Cadets
  3. Twelve – All India Vayu Sainik Camp (AIVSC) Cadets
  4. Two – Mountaineering Cadets

Strength Distribution Details for year 2019-20

YEARSDSWTOTAL
I YEAR371350
II YEAR271441
III YEAR120315
TOTAL7630106

Aims of NCC

To Develop

Character, Comradeship, Discipline, Leadership, Secular outlook, Spirit of Adventure and the ideals of selfless service amongst the youth of the country

To Create

A human recourse of organized, trained and motivated youth, to provide leadership in all walks of life and always available for the service of the nation

To Provide

A suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a carrier in the armed forces

Objectives of NCC

  1. Reach out to the maximum youth through various institutions.
  2. Make NCC as an important part of the society.
  3. Teach positive thinking and attitude to the youth.
  4. Become a main source of National Integration by making NCC as one of the greatest and strong united forces of our nation irrespective of any caste, creed, religion or region.
  5. Mould the youth of the entire country into a united, secular and disciplined citizens of the nation.
  6. Provide an ideal platform for the youth to showcase their ability in nation building.
  7. Instill the spirit of secularism and united India by organizing National Integration Camps all over the country.
  8. Reach out to the youth of friendly foreign countries through Youth Exchange Programmes.

INCENTIVES TO THE CADETS BY THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

  1. For ‘C’ Certificate Holders. Specific vacancies in the Army, Air Force and Navy are allotted for NCC ‘C’ certificate holders. For officers there is no UPSC written exams. After application, the cadet is called directly for SSB interview, which he/she has to clear before final selection as per the merit list. The following vacancies are reserved by each service as officers :-
    • Army. 64 seats per year at IMA & 100 seats per year at OTA.
    • Navy. 06 seats per course through Naval SSB.
    • Air Force. 10% vacancies in all courses through Air Force SSB.
  2. There will 5-10% bonus marks for recruitment in ranks in Army, Navy and Air force.
  3. Bonus marks for employment in CAPF/ Para Military Forces and Department of Telecommunication.
  4. Can apply for gazetted post in CRPF if the cadet is a graduate.
  5. Preference in State Services and also in private sectors.
  6. Employment within NCC as Whole Time Lady Officer, Girl Cadet Instructor, Aero and Ship Modeling Instructor.
  7. In Air Force Academy 5% seats are reserved for Girls candidates holding NCC ‘C’ certificate.
  8. In OTA Chennai, seats are reserved for Girls candidates holding NCC ‘C’ certificate (Seats are notified every year).

INCENTIVES BY STATE GOVERNMENT

  1. Police Service
  2. Transport Department
  3. Forest Department
  4. Excise Department

INCENTIVES BY CADETS WELFARE SOCIETY AND GP HQ

  1. CWS awards scholarship of Rs. 6000/- per cadet for 100 NCC cadets every year to academically brilliant students.
  2. Grant of Best Cadet Award of Rs. 3500/- and 2nd Best Cadet award of Rs. 2500/- at each Group level.

ADVANTAGES OF BEING A CADET

  1. Being part of 13 lakhs strong and the largest youth organization in the world.
  2. Being moulded into a disciplined and motivated youth.
  3. Chance to take part in disaster relief tasks.
  4. Opportunity to attend NCC camps like ATC, CATC, NIC, COC etc.
  5. Wear the uniform and lead a life style akin to military.
  6. Opportunity to visit foreign countries as part of YEP.
  7. Opportunity to take part in social awareness programs.
  8. Preference for joining armed forces and other forces.
  9. Preference in higher studies.

Glimpse of Flt – B

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