NCC camp culminates at Sazolie College

Correspondent KOHIMA, MAY 13 (NPN) | Publish Date: 5/13/2019 12:26:26 PM IST
Boys and girls cadets of NCC for the first time in many years underwent training together for ten days from May 4 and culminated on May 13 at Sazolie College Kohima. 
The Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC) conducted by 1 N girls Bn NCC, under aegis NCC Gp HQ Kohima culminated with impressive final guard of honour, drill parade, show of mixed martial art, section battle unit and prize distribution. 
Gp CDR NCC Brig SS Dhankhar, in his closing address highly appreciated the tough training, high standard achievement and transformation in personality that the cadets underwent. 
He further expressed his heartfelt gratitude to principal, Sazolie College, Dr Kangzangding Thou and entire college management for sparing excellent college facilities for the camp. 
Dhankhar also expressed gratitude to the media for covering the camp, state Police for lecture by lady police officer and ex-cadet, Lanumongla, for martial art training and Mariam, for SSB guidance and group discussion.
Camp instructor/trainer AD Pitre speaking to Nagaland Post correspondent stated that there were many registrations but the maximum accommodation can only be 400 cadets in the camp. He mentioned that the cadets came from about 27 schools/institutions across Nagaland. Pitre also expressed that that he was amazed by the immense discipline, active participation, fast learning and excitement of the cadets. 
The aim of the camp was to impart basic and special training in military subject as per NCC syllabus, further develop character, leadership, comradeship, discipline and ideals of selfless service among the youth, to create a human resource of trained, organised and motivate youth to provide leadership in all walks of life and always be available for service of the nation to identify talent and guide them to take up service in the uniform forces of the State and Nation.
Some of the first time activities in CATC were martial art training, trekking, guest lecture by lady police officer, lecture on medical standards required in uniformed forces, social interaction in Jotsoma village, career guidance and interview by camp Comdt, SSB guidance and group discussion and visit to churches.
Vinoli Kiso  of St. Joseph Jakhama who had also participated in this camp expressed that though it was not easy, they had a good experience, learned many new things and grateful to all teachers and instructors.Closing address was given by Gp Cdr NCC Brig SS Dhankhar and Barakhana.  Some of the selected cadets will be participating at the forthcoming 2020 Republic Day’s rally and some will go for further training to Delhi.

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