NCC inculcates self-discipline, obedience, sincerity and determination amongst the cadets- Governor.
The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.) addressed the cadets of National Cadet Corps (NCC) at their camp on the ‘Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat Camp (EBSB) conducted by Additional Director General, NCC North Eastern Region at Tezpur University, Tezpur on 10th January 2018.
Speaking on the occasion, the Governor exhorted the Cadets to imbibe leadership instinct to serve the Nation, develop sublime personality traits and join the Indian Armed Forces. NCC is a very important institution, which has been instilling nationalism, patriotism and spirit of ‘Nation First’ amongst the young students, he said.
Recalling his first NCC Camp of 1955, in which he received the Best Social Service Award, the Governor said that it was the beginning of his life of punctuality and discipline. He said that NCC helps in character building, motivation, secular outlook, camaraderie, leaderships along with discipline and punctuality. It inculcates self-discipline, obedience, sincerity and determination amongst the cadets.
Stating that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also a NCC cadet, the Governor advised them to follow the guiding principle of their organisation to rise in life. NCC cadets must personify the motto of National Cadet Corps, which is ‘Unity and Discipline’, he said.
The Governor advised the cadets to have self pride and self respect. Cadets must study hard and think, believe, say and act for the Nation.
Earlier on his arrival at the Camp, a Gurad of Honour was presented to the Governor commanded by Senior Under Officer Vanisha Dutta. Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat (EBSB) camp aims to provide opportunity for understand the cultural diversity, history, flora and fauna and its people.
It also aims to create awareness amongst the cadets regarding diverse cultural heritage of the country. The EBSB camp at Tezpur University, which is being organised from 1st to 12th January 2019, has 600 cadets, which includes 100 cadets from Uttar Pradesh, and the rest from all eight Groups of North Eastern Region (NER).