03.02.2021 : NCC cadets participated in the Republic Day paradeat Rajpath New Delhi met the Governor
Raj Bhavan Dehradun 03 February 2021
The Uttarakhand NCC team, which came after participating in the parade at New Delhi Rajpath, met Governor Smt. Baby Rani Maurya on the occasion of Republic Day at Raj Bhavan on Wednesday. Encouraging the NCC cadets, Governor Smt. Maurya said that the entire people of Uttarakhand were proud of this achievement. It is believed that this will inspire all the youth of the state especially the girl child to join NCC.
The Governor said that the confident personality of the NCC cadets is a role model for the youth. Their services will give a new energy to the development of the country. Building a strong, prosperous, prosperous and progressive India is not possible without the new thinking and energy of the youth. It is an honor to be associated with a proud institution like NCC. Nation service is the top priority of NCC cadets. NCC has an important participation in various campaigns related to the development and welfare of the country. NCC plays its active participation from time to time in environmental protection, tree plantation, clean India, relief and rescue operations during disasters. NCC rendered its important services even during the Corona transition period. The Governor said that the qualities of discipline, sacrifice, hard work, courage and patience, which have become an essential part of the personality of the students during their stay in NCC, will continue to guide them throughout their lives.
Governor Smt. Maurya honored Cadet Himani Singh, who received the Best Cadet Award, and NCC Officer Ekta Verma and Cadet Mayank Rawat, who received the DG Citation, and other cadets.
On this occasion, Additional Director General NCC Directorate Major General K.J. Babu, Deputy Director General Bri. SS Dadwal, Group Commander Bri. NS Thakur, Director Col. Raman Kumar Arora, Joint Director Col. Naveen Thapa, Additional Secretary Shri Governor Shri Jitendra Kumar Sonkar and other dignitaries. was present.