NSS UNIT


NCC GIRLS WING


   NCC 4(A) Girls Bncc Unit was started in LBRCE in the year of 2015.



Class Schedule:


   On Every Tuesday & Thursday --> 3.00 PM to 5.00 PM

Venue:


   OPPOSITE TO MECHANICAL AUDITORIUM

About NCC


History of NCC:

   The NCC in India was formed with the National Cadet Corps Act of 1948. It was raised on 15 July 1948 The National Cadet Corps can be considered as a successor of the University Officers Training Corps (UOTC) which was established by the British 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 times. 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.
   During the 1965 and 1971 wars with Pakistan, NCC cadets were the second line of defence. They organised camps to assist the ordinance factories, supplying arms and ammunition to the front, and also were used as patrol parties to capture the enemy paratroopers. The NCC cadets also worked hand in hand with the Civil Defence authorities and actively took part in rescue work and traffic control. After the 1965 and 1971 Indo-Pak wars the NCC syllabus was revised. Rather than just being the second line of defence, NCC syllabus laid a greater stress on developing qualities of leadership and Officer-like qualities. The military training which the NCC cadets received was reduced and greater importance was given to other areas like social service and youth-management.

Motto:

   Unity and Discipline (Ekta aur Anushasan).

Aim:

  1. To develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and sportsmanship and the ideals of selfless service among the youth to make them useful citizen.
  2. To create a human resource of organised trained and motivated youth to provide leadership in all walks of life including the Armed Forces and be always available for the service of the nation.

NCC Organization:

NCC Song:

HUM SAB BHARTIYA HAI, HUM SAB BHARATIYA HAI
APNI MANZIL EK HAI,
HA HA HA EK HAI, HO HO HO EK HAI,
HUM SAB BHARTIYA HAI

KASHMIR KI DHARTI RANI HAI, SARTAJ HIMALAY HAI
SADIYON SE HAMNE ISKO APNE KHOON SE PALA HAI
DESH KI RAKSHA KI KHATIR, HUM SHAMSHEER UTHA LENGE
HUM SHAMSHEER UTHA LENGE

BHIKRE BHIKRE TARE HAI HUM LEKIN JILMIL EK HAI
HA HA HA HA EK HAI, HUM SAB BHARTIYA HAI
MANDIR GURDWARE BHI HAI YAHAN, AUR MASZID BHI HAI YAHAN
GIRJA KA GHADIYAL KAHIN MULLA KI KANKHI HAI AJHA
EK HI APNA RAM HAI, EK HI ALLAH THALA HAI
EK HI ALLAH THALA HAI

RANG BIRANGE DEEPAK HAI HUM, LEKIN MAHAFIL EK HAI
HA HA HA EK HAI, HO HO HO EK HA

HUM SAB BHARTIYA HAI, HUM SAB BHARTIYA HAI

Pledge:

   We the cadet of the national cadet corps, do solemnly 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.

Incentives:

  1. Develop qualities like social service, team spirit, leadership, discipline and self confidence.
  2. Since NCC camps are held at different places in the country, cadets get opportunity to visit important historical and industrial places and social centers. Due to this students widen their horizon and develop ambition to do creative work.
  3. NCC cadets are taught civil defence and self defence. Due to this cadets develop national spirit and confidence.
  4. NCC cadets are attached with army units every year so that they get acquainted with the army life.
  5. NCC cadets are trained for parachute jumps and mountaineering so that they develop capacity to do courageous work.
  6. Selected cadets are sent to foreign countries every year.
  7. 32 seats are reserved per course in the IMA for cadets who have passed NCC `C` certificate examination. NCC cadets having 50% aggregate marks in graduation with minimum `B` grade in `C` certificate examination are eligible for short service commission( NCC special entry scheme) without qualifying CDS written examination. They will face direct SSB interview.
  8. NCC trained cadets are given preference in recruitment of armed forces.
  9. Many Industrialists give priority in jobs for NCC trained students.
  10. Central and state governments also give priority in job for NCC trained students.
  11. Priority is given to NCC trained students by Universities in B.Ed, MA MSc admition and hostel.
  12. NCC trained students are given priority in recruitment in central reserve force and BSF etc.
  13. NCC cadets are given refreshment on every parade and are given washing allowance for uniform.
  14. NCC cadets are given facility to purchase goods from military canteen.
  15. On death or permanently handicapped of NCC cadet during NCC activities, a sum of Rs. 2,00,000 are paid from NCC welfare society.

Honours & Awards:

  The NCC was introduced with the vision to provide secular, united and disciplined citizens for future India. The following awards have been instituted to provide recognition to NCC personnel and to motivate others to emulate them.
  1. Raksha Mantri’s Padak: It is awarded by the Defence Minister of India to NCC personnel, including cadets for performance of any exceptional act involving courage, devotion to duty and contribution of lasting value to the NCC.
  2. Raksha Mantri’s Prashansa Patra: The Defence Minister’s commendations Card is awarded to NCC personnel including cadets for any outstanding act involving leadership, courage or devotion to duty, which enhances the image of the NCC.
  3. Raksha Sachiv Prashansa Patra: The Defence Secretayr’s commission Card is awarded for outstanding acts or deeds in the fields of adventure sports, training or for outstanding contribution in social or cultural activities.
  4. Maha Nirdeshak Prashansa Patra: The DG NCC Commendation Card is awarded for outstanding acts or deeds in the field of adventure sports, training or for outstanding contribution in social or cultural activities by NCC Whole time Officers, ANOs, Under Officer Instructors, Sergeant Major Instructors and NCC cadets.

Governor’s and Chief Minister’s Cash Award:

  These awards are given to individuals who perform exceptional acts involving courage, devotion to duty and any contribution of lasting value to the organization, which brings glory and fame to the NCC. The highest NCC award is the Raksha Mantri’s Padak. These awards are announced on the NCC Day which falls on the last Sunday of November every year and are given by the Hon’ble Raksha Mantri during his visit to the Republic Day NCC Camp. The prestigious Ashok Chakra can also be awarded to NCC personnel as well as cadets, by the President of India, for most conspicuous bravery or some act of daring or premier valor or self sacrifice, other than in the face of the enemy.

Defence:


Type of Entry Month of Commencement of Course Age at Joining Time Educational Qualification Mode of Selection How to Apply
National Defence Academy & Naval Academy
--- January and July 16 ½ to 19 Years 12th Standard of 10+2 System of Education or Equivalent Written Examination by UPSC and SSB Interview Apply in response to advertisement in March/April & October/November
Indian Military Academy
Direct Entry January and July 19 to 24 Years Degree or Equivalent at the time of joining the course Combined Defence Services Exam(CDSE) conducted by UPSC and SSB Interview Apply in response to advertisement in March/April & September/October
Engineering Graduates 23 to 27 Years Engineering Degree in notified disciplines SSB Interview Apply in response to advertisement in March/April & September/October
Post Graduates (AEC) 19 to 25 Years Post Graduate in notified Subject with 1st/2nd division Apply in response to advertisement in April/May
University Entry Scheme 18 to 24 Years Final and Pre-final years students of Engineering degree course Campus Interview and SSB Interview Apply in response to advertisement in May & November
TES 16 ½ to 19 Years 10+2 Pass with 70% aggregate in PCM SSB Interview Apply directly to the Recruiting Directorate
Officers Training Academy
Short Service Commission (Non-Technical) (Men and Women) April and October 19 to 25 Years Degree or equivalent at the time of joining the course CDSE conducted by UPSC and SSB Interview Apply in response to advertisement in March/April & September/October
Short Service Commission (Technical) 20 to 27 Years Engineering Degree in notified discipline SSB Interview Apply in response to advertisement in March/April & September/October
NCC Special Entry 19 to 25 Years Graduates with 50% aggregate marks, two years service in NCC Sr. Division, with minimum ‘B’ Grade in ‘C’ certificate Exam Apply in response to advertisement in December/January & June/July
Indian Navy as an Officer
Branch / Type to Entry Age Limit Educational Qualifications For Application Contact / See Types of Commission
Executive Officer
Cadet Entry (NDA) 16 ½ to 19 Years 10+2 Equivalent Formula given in Employment News and Regional News papers advertising the entry Permanent
Cadet Entry 10+2
(Executive)
10+2 or Equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
Naval Academy Officer
Graduate Special entry Naval Academy - Goa (Through CDSE) 19 to 22 Years B.Sc. (Physics and Mathematics) or BE Formula given in Employment News and Regional News papers advertising the entry Permanent
NCC Special Entry Naval Academy, Goa B.Sc. (Physics and Mathematics) or BE and Naval Wing, Senior Division, NCC 'C' Certificate Director General NCC, West Block IV, K Puram, New Delhi-66
Direct Entry
At present only for Naval Armament Inspection Cadet (NAIC) 19 ½ to 25 Years Degree in Electronics / Electrical, Mechanical Engineering or Post Graduate Degree in Electronics or Physics Format given in Employment News and Regional Newspapers advertising the Entry Permanent
Engineering
Cadet Entry (NDA) 16 ½ to 19 Years 10+2 Equivalent Format given in Employment News and Regional Newspapers advertising the Entry Permanent
10+2 (Technical) Cadet Entry Scheme
(Engineering)
10+2 or Equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (70% or more marks in Aggregate) Permanent
Direct Entry Scheme 19 ½ to 25 Years Degree in Marine/ Mechanical/Aeronautical/ Civil/ Metallurgical production or equivalent qualification in Mechanical Engineering recognized by the Institution of Engineers (India) as exempting from sections ward 'B' of their Associate Membership Examination Permanent Short Service
University Entry Scheme 18 ½ to 23 ½ Years Final/ Pre-final year student in the above Degree Courses Training and Placement officers of the colleges or Directorate of manpower and recruitment Naval Head Quarters, New Delhi - 1 Permanent Short Service
Engineering (Naval Architects)
10+2 (Technical) Cadet Entry Scheme
(Engineering)
16 to 19 Years 10+2 or Equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (70% or more marks in Aggregate) Format given in Employment News and Regional Newspapers Permanent
Naval Sponsored Scheme 17 to 20 Years First/ year/ Second year student of selected Engineering colleges studying Naval Architecture (NA) Engineering Training and Vocational officer of the College of Directorate of Manpower and Recruitment, Naval Headquarters, New Delhi
University Entry Scheme 18 ½ to 23 ½ Years
(Pre-Final Year)
19 to 24 Years
(Final Year)
Pre-final years student of Naval Architecture
Direct Entry Scheme 21 to 25 Years A good First Class Degree (Minimum 60%) in Naval Architecture Civil/ Mechanical Engineering Format given in Employment News and Regional Newspapers
Electrical
Cadet Entry (NDA) 16 ½ to 19 Years 10+2 or Equivalent Format given in Employment News and Regional Newspapers advertising the Entry Permanent
10+2 (Technical) Cadet Entry Scheme (Electrical) 16 to 19 Years 10+2 or Equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (70% or more marks in Aggregate)
Direct Entry Scheme 19 ½ to 25 Years Degree in Electrical/ Electronics/Telecommunication Engineering or any other qualification in the above subject recognized by the Institution of Engineers (India) or Institution of Telecommunication Engineers (India) as equivalent to a Degree Course Permanent Short Service
University Entry Scheme 18 ½ to 23 ½ Years
(Pre-Final Year)
19 to 24 Years
(Final Year)
Final/ Pre-final years student in the above Degree Course Training and Placement Officers of the College of Directorate of Manpower and Recruitment, Naval Headquarters, New Delhi Permanent Short Service
Education
Direct Entry Scheme 21 to 25 Years 2nd Class Master's Degree in Physics, Mathematics in B.Sc. or Degree in Electrical/ Mechanical Engineering Training and Placement Officers of the College of Directorate of Manpower and Recruitment, Naval Headquarters, New Delhi Permanent

Note:

  1. Candidates applying under University Entry/ Direct Entry Scheme for Engineering and Electrical Branches may opt for seven years Short Service Commission or Permanent commission.
  2. Candidates applying under University Entry/ Direct Entry Scheme are given a stipend of Rs.2,300/1,150 p.m. for Permanent / Short Service Commission respectively during final year at college.
  3. Candidates applying under Naval Sponsored Scheme are paid a stipend of Rs.400/- p.m. plus tuition fees during first three yeas of Engineering Degree course and thee after they are granted rank of Acting Sub-Lieutenant and paid Rs.7,500 only per month.
  4. Short Service Commission is a scheme for those who wish to retain the option of leaving the service after a stint in it. The duration of Short Service Commission is 7 years. After a period of 2 to 3 years, Officers are given the option to accept permanent Commission.
Indian Air Force as an Officer
Type to Entry Age Limit Educational Qualification Mode/Period Training Remarks
Flying Branch (Pilot)
NDA 16 ½ to 19 Years Higher Secondary or equivalent UPSC 3 Years plus 54 weeks Flying Twice in a year (Usually in May & December)
For NCC 'C' Certificate holders 19 to 22 Years B.A./ B.Sc. Air Force Selections Board 27 weeks Pre-flying and 54 weeks Flying Apply within 12 months of leaving NCC
Ground Duties (Technical)
Aeronautical 20 to 27 Years Degree in Electronics / Telecommunication Engineers Air Force Selections Board 52 Weeks Apply Through IAF Portal
A. E. (Mechanical) Degree in Aeronautical/Mechanical Engineering or Degree in Science
Ground Duties (Non-Technical)
Administrative 20 to 23 Years Graduate with Honours Air Force Selections Board 52 Weeks Apply Through IAF Portal
Logistics 20 to 25 Years M.A. or M.Sc. Apply Through IAF Portal
Education Degree with Hons. or Degree and Diploma in Teaching Age for Education and Meteorological
Accounts B.Com / Chartered Accountancy Entries relaxable upto 28 years
Meteorological M.Sc. And for Accounts upto 27 years

Note:

  1. For Details and upto date information, contact Directorate of Personnel (Air Force), Vayu Bhavan, New Delhi.
  2. The details given above are subject to change and should be treated as a guide only and no as an authority.

Enrollment Criteria and Enrolled Cadets Information


Enrollment Criteria:


Age limit for a student to join NCC:
  1. For Junior Division / Wing --> 13 to 18.5 Years
  2. For Senior Division / Wing --> Students Class XI onwards including college upto 24 yrs of age.
  3. ("DIVISION" FOR BOYS, "WING" FOR GIRLS)

SD / SW:

  Quantitative Requirement: No student of any University offering himself/herself for enrollment in the senior division shall be eligible for enrolment:
  1. Unless he/she is of good character
  2. Unless he/she is a citizen of India or a subject of Nepal: provided that the central Govt. may in any suitable case, relax the provision of this clause.
  3. Unless he/she is under age of 24 years; provided that the central Govt. may in the case of any student or class of student relax the provisions in this clause.
  4. Unless he/she is on the roll of the college which is providing the unit or part thereof
  5. Unless he/she satisfies such standard of physical fitness in height, chest measurement and other respects as may be specified by the Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India.
  6. If he/she has at any time been convicted of an offense involving moral turpitude and a sentence other than one of the fine or imprisonment in default of payment of fine has been passed in respect of such offense, such sentence not having been subsequently reversed or remitted or the offense pardoned. Provided that a person who is ineligible under this clause shall be eligible for enrollment if he produces a certificate from the state Govt. that he is a fit person to be enrolled.
  7. If he/she has been dismissed from the University Corps of the Indian Territorial Force or the National Cadet Corps or the Territorial Army or the Indian Armed Forces.
  8. If he/she is a member of any organization of the nature specified in Paragraph-1 of Schedule III.

Enrollment Period:

  All cadets are to be enrolled for three years (extendable for another year in case of SD/SW).

NCC Enrollments:



Activities under NCC & Activities Conducted by LBRCE


List of Activities Conducted in NCC:


1) Institutional Training:
   Institutional Training being conducted in the Colleges and Schools is the principal means of training in the NCC. The aim of the training is to nurture core values, enhance awareness and give exposure to basic military skills and knowledge. Emphasis will be on practical training. Case studies, wherever possible will be used to facilitate active participation and better assimilation. Examples from India’s freedom struggle and wars fought by India, post-independence, should supplement relevant subjects to generate secular and patriotic fervour. The instructors and the cadets must grasp the importance of this training and participate actively.
   Common subjects will comprise about 70% of the periods and Specialised Service Subjects will be 30%. The breakdown of periods are as under:

S. No. Subject No. of Periods
First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year
1 Common Subject 66 72 72 210
2 Special Subject 24 33 33 90
Total 90 105 105 300

2) Adventure Activities:
  1. Cycle / Motor Cycle Expedition
  2. Sailing Expedition
  3. Para Jumping/Sailing, Gliding
  4. Riding Expedition
  5. Scuba Diving
  6. Trekking
  7. Yachting
  8. Mountaineering

3) Social Service Activities:
  1. Tree Plantation
  2. Blood Donation
  3. Community Development Program
  4. Adult Education
  5. Awareness about Non-Curable Diseases
  6. Eye Donation and Anti-Dowry Pledge
  7. Assistance in Traffic Control, Construction of Bridges, Repair of Roads
  8. Anti-Tobacco Campaign
  9. Anti-Leprosy Program
  10. Environment Awareness Program

4) Motivational Talks

5) Life Saving Courses

NCC Activities Conducted:



NCC CAMP DETAILS


S. No. Academic Year Details
1 2020 - 21 Click Here
2 2019 - 20 Click Here
3 2018 - 19 Click Here
4 2017 - 18 Click Here
5 2016 - 17 Click Here

NCC ACHIEVEMENTS


S. No. Academic Year Details
1 2020 - 21 Click Here
2 2019 - 20 Click Here
3 2018 - 19 Click Here
4 2017 - 18 Click Here

LBRCE Students Certifiied in 'B' & 'C' Certifications


B-Certified Students List:

Course Period No. of Students Certified Details
2018 - 20 44 Click Here
2017 - 19 70 Click Here
2016 - 18 25 Click Here
2015 - 17 29 Click Here

C-Certified Students List:

Course Period No. of Students Certified Details
2019 - 20 46 Click Here
2018 - 19 21 Click Here
2017 - 18 24 Click Here

Ms. V. Likitha

B.A NCC ANO (Associate NCC Officer),
NCC 'C' Certificate Holder with 'A' Grade,
Department of FED

Lakireddy Bali Reddy College of Engineering
(Autonomous)

Mylavaram - 521230, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Ph. No.: 08659-222933,
Mobile: +91 99484 00430

Department Wise Faculty Co-Ordinators


S. No. Name of the Faculty Department
1 J. Naresh ASE
2 Y. Laxmi Veena CE
3 N. Praneetha CSE
4 B. Rajeswari ECE
5 V. Sivaparvathi EEE
6 P. Bhavya EIE
7 A. Sarvani IT
8 B. Udaya Lakshmi ME