NCC AIR WING Enrolment 2023-24 will be on 18-08-2023 

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NCC Air Wing Govt. College, Hisar Enrollment for the Session 2021-22.

NCC was formally inaugurated on 15 Jul 1948 by National Cadet Corps Act of 1948 which was celebrated as NCC DAY every year. In 1950 Air Wing was added on 01 Apr with one Air squadron each at Bombay and Kolkata. The motto of NCC is ‘Unity and Discipline ‘. In living up to its motto , the NCC strives to bring together the youth hailing from different parts of the country and moulding them into united, secular and disciplined citizen of the nation. The authorized Strenght of the subunit is 59 cadets(Girls & Boys) under the leadership of Dr. Govil Jindal. This Subunit worked under the guidance of 1HAR AIR SQN NCC UNIT , TDB Sr. Sc. School, Hisar. 

  1. To Develop Character, Comradeship, Discipline, Leadership, Secular Outlook, Spirit of Adventure, Sportsmanship and Ideals of Selfless Service among the Youth of the Country.
  2. To Create a Human Resource of Organized, Trained and Motivated Youth, To Provide Leadership in all Walks of life and be Always Available for the Service of the Nation.
  3. To Provide a Suitable Environment to Motivate the Youth to Take Up a Career in the Armed Forces. 
  • Create interest amongst the youth of the nation in aviation activities.
  • In the Flying Sqns, besides normal trg, cdts are imparted trg in gliding / microlite flying activities. 
  • COs and GIs of Air Sqns under them, attain glider and microlite instructor status within two months of their posting to the Sqn.
  • Microlite, gliders and winches are kept in a high state of serviceability.

NCC Army Wing (Boys)

 1/3 Coy of 03 HAR Bn NCC having strength of 106 Cadet (Boys) is under the command of Capt Raj Pal, Associate NCC Officer since 06 June,2004.

Activities of NCC Army Wing during 2018-19
  • The cadets participate in celebration of Independence and Republic Days at district level celebrations.
  • The cadets have enrolled themselves under “SWACHH BHARAT SUMMER INTRENSHIP” (SBSI) under the guidance of Capt Raj Pal, Associate NCC Officer cum Nodal Officer.
  • 50 cadets have attended The Annual Training Camp at CCSHAU, Hisar from 07 June, 2018 to 16 June, 2018 under the command of Col S. K. Gupta, Commanding Officer 03 HAR Bn NCC, Hisar.
  • 03 cadets have been selected for Pre TSC scheduled from 17.07.2018 to 26.07.2018 under the command of 11 HAR Bn NCC, Bhiwani.
  • The enrollment of cadets for session 2018-19 was conducted on 24.07.2018.
  • Tree plantation was organized on 24.07.2018 at college campus. Cadets planted saplings in presence of Dr P. S. Rohilla, Principal Government College, Capt Raj Pal Sangwan, Associate NCC Officer and Parade Instructors.
  • NCC Army Wing unit of this college has been given responsibility to participate in the March Past for the celebration of District Head Quarter level Independence Day celebration i.e. 15.08.2018.

NCC Army Wing (Girls)


Our institution has been authorized to conduct activities for one platoon consisting of 54 cadets vide DTE Punjab, Haryana, HP &Chandigarh letter No.7701/HAR/P&C/13 Dt.27/jun.2017 Enrolled 15 cadets in 1St year and 16 cadets in 2nd year 2017
Now there are 52 cadets enrolled in session 2019 cadet 21 in 15t year 19 cadets in 2nd year & 12 cadets in final year.
Detail of NCC Incharge-
  • ANO Capt. (Dr. SNEH LATA)
  • Associate Professor (Defence Studies)
  • M.A.(Defence Studies ,Sociology) Ph.D, Defence Studies
  • Capt. Sneh lata attendeel TSC DG NCC Garrission parade ground Delhi cantt 19 Sep.— 3OSept 2016 And 18 sept.—29 sept. 2017
  • Raising of new sub unit 27 June 2017 one platoon consisting of 54 SW cadets vide NCC Dte. Punjab Haryana , HP and Chandigarh.
  • Capt. Sneh Lata got appreciation certificate for outstanding performance in ATC during the year 2017—18 from ADG NCC Major General RS Mann, VSM Punjab,Haryana, HP & CHD NCC directorated on 16 july 2018 at Rohtak HQ.
  • Capt. Sneh Lata got appreciation certificate for outstanding performance in AITSC (GIRLS) during the year 2016—17 from BRIG B S DALAL Group Commander on 3 oct 2016 Rohtak
  • Capt Sneh Lata having NCC No "NCC/12310050" got Promoted from LT. to Capt. dated 06-11-2020

National Service Scheme

NOT ME                                        BUT YOU


National Service Scheme (NSS) was introduced in 1969 with the primary objective of developing the personality and character of the student youth through voluntary community service. ‘Education through Service’ is the purpose of the NSS. The ideological orientation of the NSS is inspired by the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi. An NSS volunteer places the ‘community’ before ‘self’.

Objectives of NSS:

NSS aims at developing the following qualities/ competencies among the volunteers:

a) To understand the community in which the NSS volunteers work and to understand themselves in relation to their community;

b) To identify the needs and problems of the community and involve themselves in problem-solving exercise;

c) To develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility;

d) To utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems;

e) To gain skills in mobilizing community participation;

f) To acquire leadership qualities and democratic values;

g) To develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters; and

h) To practice national integration and social harmony.


NSS attempts to establish meaningful linkages between ‘Campus and Community’, ‘College and Village’ and ‘Knowledge and Action’


The motto of National Service Scheme is NOT ME BUT YOU

Benefits of Being a NSS Volunteer:

A NSS volunteer who takes part in the community service programme would either be a college level or a senior secondary level student. Being an active member these student volunteers would have the exposure and experience to be the following:

a)      an accomplished social leader

b)      an efficient administrator

c)      a person who understands human nature

Major Activities:

National Integration Camp (NIC):

The National Integration Camp (NIC) is organized every year and the duration of each camp is of 7 days with day-night boarding & lodging. These camps are held in different parts of the country. Each camp involves 200 NSS volunteers to undertake the scheduled activities.

Objectives of the National Integration Camp

Make the NSS volunteers aware of the following:

a)       Rich cultural diversity of India

b)       History of our diversified culture

c)       National pride through knowledge about India

d)       To integrate the nation through social service

Adventure Program:

The camps are held every year which are attended by approximately 1500 NSS volunteers with at least 50% of the volunteers being girl students. These camps are conducted in Himalayan Region in the North and Arunachal Pradesh in North East region. The adventure activities undertaken in these camps includes trekking of mountains, water rafting, Para-sailing and basic skiing.

Objectives of Adventure Program

a)       Promote various adventure activities among NSS volunteers

b)       Infuse the sense of love towards the various regions of India

c)       Enhance leadership qualities, fraternity, team spirit and risk taking capacity.

d)       Improvement of physical and mental strength

e)       Exposure to new vocational possibilities

NSS Republic Day Parade Camp:

The first Republic Day Camp of NSS Volunteers was held in 1988. The camp takes place in Delhi between 1st and 31st January every year with 200 NSS selected volunteers who are good in discipline, March-past and cultural activities.

A Contingent of selected NSS volunteers participates in the Republic Day Parade at Rajpath, New Delhi on 26th of January every year in accordance with the guidelines and requisition of the Ministry of Defence.

Objectives of NSS Republic Day Parade Camp

a)       Enable the volunteers to interact with fellow members hailing from various parts of India.

b)       Experience the tradition, custom, culture, language of all states of India.

c)       Provide a chance to develop overall personality of the Student volunteers.

d)       Constitute the bond of patriotism, national integration, brotherhood and communal harmony.

National Youth Festivals

National Youth Festivals are organized every year from 12th to 16th January by the Government of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports in collaboration with the State Governments in different parts of the country. Eminent guests, speakers and youth icons are invited to address and interact with about 1500 participating NSS volunteers during the National Youth Festivals.

Objectives of National Youth Festivals

a)       Make the volunteers aware of the various festivals celebrated in the country

b)       Remind the volunteers of the cultural importance of festivals celebrated in our country

c)       Provide a chance to the NSS volunteers to interact with the resource person/speaker/youth icons

National Service Scheme Award

The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India had instituted the National Service Scheme Awards to recognize the voluntary service rendered by NSS volunteers, Programme Officers, N.S.S. units and the university/senior secondary council.

 NSS in Government College, Hisar

There are four units of NSS in the college which are led by the programme officers appointed by the Principal. Volunteers have to register themselves in July month each year.To uphold and promote the values of communal harmony, patriotism, and national integration among students and community members through NSS activities is one of the basic objectives of the unit. The NSS unit will be involved in awareness programme related to HIV/AIDS prevention, plantation, cleanliness and blood donation etc. A merit certificate will be awarded by the affiliated university to the volunteers after successfully completing two years in NSS.

Conditions for NSS certificate:

Although the conditions for awarding a NSS merit certificate changing time to time but some basic conditions are as follows:

a)      Minimum Two years as NSS volunteer

b)      Total 240 hours of social service, 120 each year

c)      Two one day camp every year

d)      At least One Seven Days  Special camp as NSS Volunteer.

e)      Two time Blood Donations or Literate at least five persons in the society

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