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69th NCC Day Observed; roles of NCC in guiding youths of the Nation recounted

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Imphal, Nov 27: As observed every year National Cadet Corps (NCC) Campus today observed the  69th NCC Day at its Manipur headquarter at DM College Campus.
The observance function is organised by All Manipur NCC Officers Welfare Association Manipur.
In his speech, chief guest of the function, Dr Kh Ratankumar Singh assured to fulfill the necessary requirements of the NCC Headquarter and its cadets.
Joining NCC makes youngsters qualified and responsible citizens. They have been serving the people in different crisis situation, particularly in times of natural calamities, he added.
NCC was formed on July 15, 1884, however, NCC day is observed throughout the country, on the fourth Sunday of November, as it was the day that the first unit was raised in Delhi in 1947.
In Manipur, NCC is opened in 42 Schools and 15 Colleges and there are a total number of more than 4000 cadets of the state. The Imphal group NCC have organise, train and motivated youth, to provide leadership qualities in every sphere of life.
One of the major aims of the NCC is to provide effective social service towards the citizens of the country and the include activities are: tree plantation drives to ensure climatic balance, blood donation camps aimed at collecting blood to help out those in urgent need, AIDS awareness rally to spread information about this disease and also giving information about some prevention tips and training for disaster management and relief at the time of war and epidemics.
NCC has always provided a wide range of learning and training activities for its cadets.
The function presided by Brigadier GM Sankar, Group Commander of NCC (HQ), Imphal, N Praveen Singh, IAS, Director, Education (S) and Colonel Gaurav Sirohi, Commandant of 45 Assam Rifles as president, guest of honour and special invitee of the function.

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