Welcome to 16 Kerala Battalion NCC (SD) St. George HSS Kattappana

Published 11 by nccidukki

This   is  the   official   website   of   NCC   Unit  of    St. George   Higher Secondary   School   Kattappana   South,   Idukki,   Kerala-   An   SD   unit under   16   Kerala   Battalion   NCC   Kottayam.

Sanctioned strength    = 52.

Actual strength              = 52.

                                                                                        (20  SW  and 32 SD)

St. George HSS Kattappana Idukki

St. George HSS Kattappana Idukki

Aim of NCC

1. To Develop Character, Comradeship, Discipline, Leadership, Secular Outlook, Spirit of Adventure, and Ideals of Selfless Service amongst 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.

National Cadet Corps

NCC is a Tri-Services Organisation comprising the ArmyNavy and Air Force.  NCC is engaged in grooming the youth – ‘The Leaders of Tomorrow’ – into disciplined and patriotic citizens.The genesis of the NCC can be traced back to the First World War when the Britishers created the University Corps as the second line of defense and to have a large pool of trained youth available for employment into the Armed Forces.

The present day NCC under the Ministry of Defence came into existence on 16 Apr 1948 through   NCC Act XXXI, 1948.

NCC was formally inaugurated on 15 Jul 1948 as soon as the schools and colleges reopened after summer vacation.

  • The Girls Division of the NCC was started in Jul 1949.
  • The Air Wing was added on 01 Apr 1950 with one Air squadron each at Bombay and Kolkata.
  • The Naval Wing of the NCC was raised in Jul 1952.

Presently, NCC has approximately 13 Lakhs Cadets under its fold.

Staff Pattern

Training forms the backbone of the NCC. This gives not only the shape and form to the corps but controls all the sensitive and vital nerves of the
organisation. Well regulated system of intensive training  includes Basic, Advance and Specialised training, with major stress being laid on training camps. The training in the NCC is conducted through a three-tier system consisting of Regular Officers, Whole Time Officers, Whole Time Lady Officers, Associate NCC Officers (ANOs), Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs), Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) and their equivalents from the Navy and the Air Force as Permanent Instructor Staff, Girl Cadet Instructors (GCIs), Civil Gliding Instructors (CGIs), Ship Modelling Instructors (SMIs) and Aero Modelling Instructors (AMIs). The NCC is staffed by personnel drawn from the following cadres:-

1. Regular Officers drawn from the three services

2. Whole time Lady Officers

3. Associate NCC Officers

4. Girl Cadet Instructors
5. Permananet Instructional Staff
6. Civilian Gliding Instructors,  Civilian StaffShip,  Modeling Instructors,  Aero Modeling Instructors

Training Activities

Based on the aims of the NCC, the Organisation has laid down Training Syllabi for the cadets.
The syllabi for the Junior Division Cadets covers a period of two years and for Senior Division it is three years.
Except for minor variations, the syllabus is similar for both Boy and Girl cadets.
The training schedules planned for the cadets ensure that the benefit of the organisation reaches the maximum number of cadets.

>Centrally Organised Camps

>Special National Integration Camps

>National Integration Camps

>Courses to be held at 413 AF STN TAMBARAM

>All India Trekking Expeditions

>Schedule of Sports Events

 Pledge

WE THE CADET OF THE NATIONAL CADET CORPS, DO SOLOEMNLY PLEDGE THAT WE SHALL ALWAYS UPHOLD THE UNITY OF INDIA.WE  RESOLVE TO BE DISCIPLINED AND RESPONSIBLE CITIZEN OF OUR NATION.WE SHALL UNDERTAKE POSITIVE COMMUNITY SERVICE IN THE SPIRIT OF SELFLESSNESS AND CONCERN FOR OUR FELLOW BEINGS.
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