NCC Programme


The 21st century has witnessed a drastic change due to globalization, today youth development and empowerment is the focus of almost all the countries. One of the important key factors of empowering the youth is National Cadet Corps (NCC). British people created the 'University Corps' with an aim for second line of defence during the First World War, at the time of only These university corps become trained youth available for employment in to the armed british student could able to join in university corps. After independence Indian government has renamed University Corps into National Cadet Corps Under the parliament act XXXI on 16th April 1948. Indian NCC is the only world’s largest youth organization having 15 lakhs school and college students from various parts of our country. NCC has functioning under the ministry of defence.

About GTM NCC Unit

NCC Unit : 1A Company

Unit Raising Day : 4.09.2014

Battalion : 10(TN) Bn NCC, Vellore

Group Headquarters: Madras ‘A’

Associate NCC officer: Lt. L.Vikraman, Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Sanctioned Strength: 104 Cadets

Aims of NCC

Ø  To develop the Character, Comradeship, Discipline, Secular outlook, Spirit of Adventure, Sportsmanship and ideals of selfless service among the youth of the Country.

Ø  To create a Human Resource of organized, trained and motivated youth, to provide leadership in all walks of life and always be available for the service of the Nation.

Ø  To provide a suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in the Armed Forces.


Ø  To train volunteer youth to become confident, committed and competent leaders in all walks of life.

Ø  To enhance the awareness level of cadets for being responsible citizens of the country.

Ø  Provide opportunities and encourage cadets to enhance their knowledge / awareness levels on life / soft / communication skills, character building / personality development.

Ø  Conduct activities to provide value based contributions towards society in terms of social and community development.

Ø  Undertake adventure activities for development of leadership qualities and risk taking abilities.

Ø  Provide a platform to launch “good-will ambassadors” cadets to project the image of the country overseas.

Ø  Provide an environment to motivate cadets to join the armed forces as a career.