NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC):
National Cadet Corps (NCC) Senior Division of our College was established in 2005 under 1st Mizo Bn. NCC, Aizawl, Mizoram, having allotment of 56 cadets. The first Officer in-charge, designated as CTO, of NCC was Shri H.Hmingthanzauva, Asso. Professor, Department of History. The second CTO was Shri Lalnunpuia, Asst. Professor, Department of Physics. The existing Officer in-charge, designated as Care-Taker, is Shri Lalthanpuia, Asst. Professor, Department of Physics.
The main activities of NCC in our college are to have regular drill/parade classes in the college premises. While learning drill/parade by themselves, sometimes, instructors from outside are hired as well. It is now a regular activity to participate in nationally important ceremonies like Republic Day, Independence Day, etc. as a parade contingent. Cadets are sent every year in training programme like CATC (Combine Annual Training Camp) and other programmes normally held at Tanhril, Aizawl. It is mandatory for a cadet to attend all the trainings to sit in the certificate examination. Our college sent three cadets namely – Lalnunmawia, R.Vanlalvena and T. Zorammuanpuia in All India Coastal Track 2011 at Poory, Orissa. They have completed the course fruitfully and purposefully.
The main aim of NCC is to develop character, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and the ideals of selfless service amongst the youth of the country. It also aims to provide a suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in the Armed Forces.
Due to the ceaseless devotion rendered by the care-taker/officer in-charge of NCC, our College NCC is marching ahead to achieve the goal and we are eagerly waiting for the new allotment of Senior Wing at our College.
Brief Report of NCC Govt. Champhai College for the
Academic Year 2013-2014.
The strength of Senior Division NCC allotted to our College for the academic year 2013-2014 was Fifty Six (56), out of which only forty eight (48) seats were filled up. The remaining eight seats were reserved for third year students. This was because of the fact that the tenure of the cadet which we are using two years is to be extended to three years. Out of forty eight (48) enrolled cadets thirty (30) cadets were the old cadets and eighteen were the new enrolment.
The main activities of NCC were to have regular parade classes in the College premises at least once a week. It was also our conviction that whenever combine annual training camp (CATC) was organized by the battalion or the company our cadet should be the candidates for the camp. Our cadets underwent combine annual training camp twice last year namely; CATC at Tanhril during 21st January – 30th January 2014 and CATC at Pushpak, Bawngkawn during 22nd May – 31st May 2013. Our two cadets namely, Biakchungnunga and Lalhmingmawia participated in National Integration Camp at NIT, Silchar. It was a privileged for our college NCC that L.T. Mawia (U.O) was selected for pre Republic Day cadet. He underwent training camp twice at Guwahati. Our cadets also participated in Independence Day Celebration 2013 as a parade contingent.
On every important occasions of the College our cadets volunteered themselves for the success of the function. During College Week they played very important role by taking responsibilities on all matters related to security of the sports and the College. On the occasion of the fresher social ‘B’-certificated was distributed to twelve (12) cadets. We had another ten (10) candidates appeared for ‘B’-certificated and four (4) candidates appeared for ‘C’-certificated in 2013.
NCC of our College conducted career guidance classes many times last year by inviting resource persons from outside. Career guidance on ‘Entry into Army through NCC ‘C’- Certificate holder’ was given by the newly commissioned officer (2013). In addition to the above career guidance class another two separate classes were conducted by inviting
Mr. Chauan, Captain, Assam Rifle, Champhai and Mr. Murari Lal, C.O BRTF. One of our ‘C’ – Certificate holder Mr. C. Lalhruaitluanga was selected to appear interview for short service commission during 2013. It was also a pride for our college NCC that Mr. Lalrammawia Chhangte, Sergeant Join Navy on 18th August 2013.
In order to meet internal financial expensed, our cadet sold fishes out of which they earned some amount of profit. As a source of income generation our cadets prepared pickle and sold in the college campus and in the town of Champhai. More over our cadets devoted two days as a day laborers to contractor out of which they also earned some amounts. With all they earned from all the possible sources our cadets could underwent trekking from their own generated fund in and around Tam Dil, Saitual during the first part of February 2014. The College is now applying allotment of Senior Wing which we are eagerly waiting for the last many years.