National Cadet Corps (NCC)

In order to inculcate national spirit and discipline among students, the NCC Army wing was started in the University in 2015 with one platoon (SD and SW) under army wing 4 MP Battalion, Bhopal. The University NCC comprises of 54 Cadets. Under the New Education Policy (NEP) 2020, students are encouraged to take up NCC and earn credits for the same. The platoon is presently taken care of by Associate NCC Officer Lieutenant Mukesh Kumar Chourase. He is serving as care taking NCC officer of the University since 2018.

  • The National Cadet Corps plays a significant part in moulding a person’s character. It fosters the spirit of teamwork and man-management and leads to the development of a more pleasing overall personality.
  • NCC strives to achieve the following objectives:
    • Constrictive use of leisure time, wholesome recreation, wide cultural sympathies, abiding social consciousness and an alert mind.
    • Recognizing the importance of the NCC, the institute offers the students an opportunity to be part of the NCC.
    • As a part of Institutional training, cadets are trained in basic military aspects like Physical fitness, Drill, Map reading, weapon training etc.
    • The cadets are trained in basic military aspects like Physical fitness, foot drill and command, weapon training, field craft, civil defense, map reading etc. as well as Guard of Honour and Parades are given on 26th January and 15th August to commemorate the Republic Day and Independence Day of India.