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The National Cadet Corps is looking for a place to build NCC Nagar

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According to deputy director general commodore Atul Kumar Rastogi on Monday, the National Cadet Corps (NCC) is searching for five to ten acres of land in the neighborhood to build NCC Nagar.

Rastogi said the group commander has chosen a property in Bharathiar University while speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the annual administrative inspection at NCC group headquarters on Trichy Road in this city. I’ll inspect the location later, he said.

NCC Nagar needs a location.
NCC Nagar needs a location

Rastogi stated that there is only one NCC training facility in Tamil Nadu, located at Idayapatti in Madurai. “We intend to open training facilities in Trichy and Chennai.”

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According to the commodore, the NCC group headquarters in Coimbatore, which oversees eight districts, has 25,000 cadets. It is among the major contributors.

The national level is where our directorate excels. Both boys and girls in this area are eager to take part in NCC activities.

I advised the cadets to concentrate on the major national effort to clean up rivers, beaches, and other bodies of water, known as Puneet Sagar Abhiyan.

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The commodore responded that money has been distributed to the group headquarters to purchase uniforms when questioned about the delay in providing them to cadets.

The number of cadets at NCC must rise, but Rastogi said that will only be possible if the number of armed forces offices and probationary instructors rises. We’ve asked the headquarters to hire more PI staff, Naval officers, and Air Force officers.

Col. L. C. S. Naidu, the group commander, provided a performance update on his group’s NCC units.

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