RTI Declaration
Ethics and Code of Conduct
Policies and Procedure
Office Staff

Skill Based and Certificate / Diploma Courses
Academic Programme
Programme Outcome

Minutes of IQAC Meeting
Best Practices And Institutional Distinctiveness
About The IQAC
NAAC Grading

Institutional Information for Quality Assesment(IIQA)
DVV Clarifications

National Cadet Corps





N.C.C. Officer, J.S.M. College, ALIBAG-RAIGAD-402201)


1) Active-April 16, 1948

2) Role-Student Uniformed Group

3) Strength-1,300,000+

4) Headquarters: DG NCC, R.K. Puram, New Delhi

5) Motto एकता और अनुशासन Unity and Discipline

6)Training In School & College

NCC FLAG- In 1954 the existing tricolour flag was introduced. The three colours in the flag depict the three services in the Corps, red for Army, deep blue for Navy and light blue for the Air Force. The letters NCC and the NCC crest in gold in the middle of the flag encircled by a wreath of lotus, give the flag a colourful look and a distinct identity. Each lotus represents one NCC Directorate (dte).


The motto of NCC is 'Unity & Discipline' which was adopted on 23 Dec 1957.In living up to its motto, the NCC strives to be and is one of the greatest cohesive forces of the nation, bringing together the youth hailing from different parts of our country and moulding them into united, secular and disciplined citizens of our nation.


The desirability of composing a NCC song was considered in January 1956.An official song of the NCC titled "Kadam Mila Ke Chal" was adopted in 1963 and registered in 1969 with the approval of Ministry Of Defence. In 1974 it was felt that the NCC song has failed to catch the imagination of the youth and there was a need for a change. In Oct 1982, it was changed to the current NCC SONG titled "Ham Sabh Bhartiya Hain". "Ham Sabh Bhartiya Hain" written by Sudarshan Fakir.

"Ham Sabh Bhartiya Hain". "Ham Sabh Bhartiya Hain" –
NCC song is written by Sudarshan Faakir.

Hum Sab Bharatiya Hain, Hum Sab Bharatiya Hain
Apni Manzil Ek Hai,
Ha, Ha, Ha, Ek Hai, Ho, Ho, Ho, Ek Hai.
Hum Sab Bharatiya Hain.
Kashmir Ki Dharti Rani Hai, Sartaj Himalaya Hai,
Saadiyon Se Humne Isko Apne Khoon Se Pala Ha
Saadiyon Se Humne Isko Apne Khoon Se Pala Hai
Desh Ki Raksha Ki Khatir Hum Shamshir Utha Lenge,

Hum Shamshir Utha Lenge.
Bikhre Bikhre Taare Hain Hum Lekin Jhilmil Ek Hai,
Ha, Ha, Ha, Ek Hai
Hum Sab Bharatiya Hai.
Mandir Gurudwaare Bhi Hain Yahan Aur Masjid Bhi Hai Yahan
Girija Ka Hai Ghadiyaal Kahin Mullah ki Kahin Hai Ajaan
Ek Hee Apna Ram Hain, Ek hi Allah Taala Hai,

Ek Hee Allah Taala Hain,
Range Birange Deepak Hain Hum, lekin Jagmag Ek Hai,
Ha Ha Ha Ek Hai, Ho Ho Ho Ek Hai.
Hum Sab Bharatiya Hai,
Hum Sab Bharatiya Hai.

NCC was firstly started in 1666 in Germany. The NCC in India was formed with the National Cadet Corps Act of 1948. It was raised on 16 July 1948. The origin of NCC can be traced back to the ‘University Corps’, which was created under the Indian Defence Act 1917, with the objective to make up the shortage of the Army. In 1920, when the Indian Territorial Act was passed, the ‘University Corps’ was replaced by the University Training Corps (UTC). The aim was to raise the status of the UTC and make it more attractive to the youth. The UTC Officers and cadets dressed like the army. It was a significant step towards the Indianisation of armed forces. It was rechristened in the form of UOTC. So the National Cadet Corps can be considered as a successor of the University Officers Training Corps (UOTC) which was established by the British Government in 1942. During World War II, the UOTC never came up to the expectations set by the British. This led to the idea that some better schemes should be formed, which could train more young men in a better way, even during peace. A committee headed by Pandit H.N. Kunzru recommended a cadet organization to be established in schools and colleges at a national level. The National Cadet Corps Act was accepted by the Governor General and on 15 July 1948 the National Cadet Corps came into existence. In 1949, the Girls Division was raised in order to give equal opportunities to school and college going girls. The NCC was given an inter-service image in 1950 when the Air Wing was added, followed by the Naval Wing in 1952.


The N.C.C. Of J.S.M. College, ALIBAG-RAIGAD is established in the year 1962.




  • • The aim of N.C.C.is to create leadership among students.
  • • To build up good physical fitness training.
  • • To make bright future in their Life
  • • To help the cadets in becoming good citizens in society.


  • • Parade Activity
  • • Drill
  • • Map Reading
  • • Weapon training
  • • Line Area
  • • Leadership lecture
  • • N.I.A.P.(National Integration Awareness program)
  • • T.S.C. (lecture)
  • • R.D.C. (lecture)
  • • Yoga


Each battalion or unit of NCC consists of a number of platoons or coy. For senior division boys, each platoon consists of 52 cadets and each coy consists of 160 cadets. Each BN has 4 to 7 coys, so each BN carries around 640 to 1120 cadets. A senior wing girls BN consists of 2 to 7 coy means a total of 320 to 1120 cadets. For junior division boys and junior wing girls each troop has 100 cadets and each BN has at least one troop.


Senior Under Officer (S.U/O)
Under Officer (U/O) Company Sergeant Major
(CSM) Company Quarter Master Sergeant
(CQMS) Sergeant
(SGT) Corporal
(CPL) Lance Corporal
(L/CPL) Cadet (CDT)


Total training period for SD and SW is 3 years with an extension of 1 year permissible & training period for JD & JW is of 2 years. Every cadet of the Senior or Junior Division has to undergo service training for a period of at least 4 hours per week during the training year. Every cadet (in case of JD, who has completed one full year of training and is in his second year) attends an annual training camp of 9–10 days, also known as National Combined Annual Training Camp. At the end of the camp training the cadets receive a certificate of successful completion.

Republic Day Camp (RDC)

NCC Republic Day Camp is the culmination of all NCC Training activities. RDC is held at Garrison Parade Ground, Delhi Cant. from 01 to 29 Jan. Selected NCC Cadets from 17 directorates attend the Camp. The Camp is inaugurated by the Vice President of India and culminates with Prime Minister's Rally on 28 Jan. •During the camp, visits of Raksha Mantri, Cabinet Ministers, Chief Minister of Delhi, three Service Chiefs and various State Ministers/VIPs are also organised. •During the RDC, various competitions are conducted amongst the 17 NCC Directorates to decide the Champion Directorate for award of Prime Minister's Banner. Competitions are keenly contested in various events such as National Integration Awareness presentation, Drill, Line & Flag Area, Cultural Programs i.e. (group song, group dance & ballet), Best Cadet of Senior Division (Boys) and Senior Wing (Girls) in each Service - Army, Navy & Air Discipline and Best Cadet Boys and Girls each from Junior Wing, Aero modelling and Ship modelling are also conducted during RDC.


Republic Day Camp (RDC)

Combined Annual Training Camps (CATC)

National Integration Camp (NIC)

All India Summer Training Camps

The NCC cadets are sent to different places for camp training. Advanced leadership course, Advanced Leadership camp are conducted in many places. In these camps the officers give cadets training for ssb screening and entrance. Course at Himalaya Mountaineering Institute Darjeeling and Manali Army Attachment Camp-These camps are conducted by the NCC in collaboration with Indian Army, as the willing cadets are attached to the specific regiments undergoing the training period of 10–15 days. In these camps, the cadets are trained by the instructors of the particular regiment, in the military tactics including day/night warfare & also get familiar with the weaponry.

Hiking And Trekking Camps- They are full of adventure, Cadets who want to experience something adventurous must attend them. Create memories never forgotten.

Thal Sainik Camp (TSC) -The selected cadets then are sent to the TSC to represent their respective directorates in the following competitions: Obstacle course in which the obstacles include 6-feet wall, zig-zag, double ditch, balancing, 3-feet bar, left bar, right bar, incline, etc. It is done after wearing full tactible gear with rifle.

•Firing - It consists of two types - Shooting (Grouping, Snap-shooting & Application) & Advance Firing (Standing, Kneeling & Lying positions). It is done with a standard .22 calibre rifle at the range of 25 meters & 50 meters which includes working with Prismatic Compass, service protector & a map. It is conducted in the day or at night for finding 'North', 'Grid Positions' & 'Own Position', with the help of landscapes at the unknown location in which cadets are dropped.

•Home Nursing - It consists of medical activities, as how to aid & heal a soldier in war.

Adventure Training and Sports- NCC takes part in Subroto Cup Football Tournament, Jawahar Lal Nehru Hockey Cup and Mavlankar Shooting Championship on a regular basis. Other than this, NCC cadets take part in Mountaineering, Trekking, Cycle/Motorcycle Expeditions, Parachute Sailing, Para Courses, Slithering, Desert Safari and White Water Rafting.

Certificate and Examination

There are three Certificates in NCC. The following is the description about it from lower value to higher value:-

•Certificate - A : It can be written by JD/ JW cadets of NCC, cadets of class 8 & 9. After passing those classes it can't be obtained. The candidate must have attended a minimum 75% of total training periods laid down in the syllabus for the first & second years of JD/JW NCC (All Wings).The candidate must have attended one Annual Training Camp.

Grading in Certificate

Three certificates are awarded (1) ‘A’ grade, (2) ‘B’ grade, (3) ‘C’ grade

जय हिन्द!


© Copyrights Reserved by JSM || Developed & Maintained by TechnoVision! 2024 || Monitored by Mr. Kundan Sawant