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National Cadet Corps (NCC)

Any Indian student either girl or boy can join NCC. There are two wings in NCC; The Junior wing and the senior wing. 

Senior Division/Wing:

To join the senior wing the candidate’s age should be up to 26 years. The enrolment period for this training is 3 years. To join senior wing students need to follow the some process. The NCC authorities also want the youngster to be a part of this organization. NCC cadets get various benefits from joining it that positively change their personality and prepare them for defence services. Further in the article, you will get to know detailed information about the Benefits of joining NCC. To get career opportunities in the defence sector, the NCC training helps the aspirant in their selection. In civil services also the NCC cadets get some relaxation. In defence & civil services career counselling, joining NCC is a must-suggestion that aspirants get from counsellors. Let’s check out the more benefits of joining NCC by scrolling down the page. Benefits of Joining NCC We have already mentioned that joining NCC develops interpersonal skills of the students. NCC training helps students who want to join Indian Arm Forces but it’s not the compulsion to the trainee to join any part of Indian Army after completion of the training. Benefits of NCC also includes self-discipline and problem-solving skills. The main benefits of NCC apart from personality developing skills, is the certificate you get. After completion of training and fulfilling other conditions like attendance etc, the candidate gets the certificate from the NCC. Based on the duration of the training, NCC offers three types of certificates. Here is the detail of the NCC certificates. ‘B’ Certificate, ‘C’ Certificate

‘B’ Certificate A candidate achieves the ‘B’ certificate after attending one training camp and spending 1-2 years in the junior wing. A candidate must have 75% of attendance in NCC training in the senior wing to get the ‘B’ certificate. The benefits of NCC certificate ‘B’ help the students who want to join Indian Army as ‘Jawan’. The biggest benefit of NCC certificate ‘B’ is that now you can enrol for the ‘C’ certificate of NCC which is very useful. Trainees also get some extra marks in the department of telecommunication and few other public sectors after achieving ‘B’ certificate in NCC. ‘C’ Certificate To get the ‘C’ certificate the candidate must have got a ‘B’ certificate. He/she must have attended minimum 75% of total training parade. He must be in the third year of training and have attended minimum 2 national pieces of training. The ‘C’ certificate is the most important certificate of NCC training. When we talk about the selection procedure of armed forces, the benefits of NCC certificate ‘C’ always give an advantage to the candidate. Indian Defence Services and Civil Services, both are the preferable career options. The reason behind choosing any one of them as a career is that both have high remuneration and a chance to serve the country directly. People working in defence and civil services get high respect, and this also a reason behind joining these two sectors. When an aspirant has a dream to be a part of any one of these sectors, they will have to make an early start.

NSS (National Service Scheme)


About National Service Scheme (NSS)

The National Service Scheme (NSS) is a Central Sector Scheme of Government of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports. It provides opportunity to the student youth of 11th & 12th Class of schools at +2 Board level and student youth of Technical Institution, Graduate & Post Graduate at colleges and University level of India to take part in various government led community service activities & programmes.The sole aim of the NSS is to provide hands on experience to young students in delivering community service. Since inception of the NSS in the year 1969, the number of students strength increased from 40,000 to over 3.8 million up to the end of March 2018 students in various universities, colleges and Institutions of higher learning have volunteered to take part in various community service programmes.

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