14 Jan 2014

Naval Chief Lauds NCC Cadets at DGNCC Republic Day Camp 2014

Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Devendra Kumar Joshi
Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Devendra Kumar Joshi has urged the NCC Cadets to join the armed forces and serve the motherland to the best of their abilities. 

Addressing the NCC cadets at DG NCC Republic Day Camp, here today, he stated that NCC was a premier youth organisation single mindedly engaged in grooming Nation`s Future leaders, empowering them to don the mantle of country`s leadership as well as excel in all walks of life. 

The Naval Chief also noted the noble contributions of NCCcadets towards nation building and their indomitable spirits and empathy during disaster management. 

The Chief of Naval Staff praised the Cadets for presenting an impressive `Guard of Honour`. He was visibly impressed by the smart turnout, drill and high standard of briefing and exhibits by Cadets. 

On his arrival, the Chief of Naval Staff was received by DG NCC, Lt Gen AniruddhaChakravarty. The Chief reviewed an impressive ‘Guard of Honour’ by smartly turned out Cadets drawn from all the three Wings of NCC i.e. Army, Navy and Air Force. 

This was followed, by a brilliant, band display by Cadets from Scindia School Gwalior &NER Directorate playing enchanting Martial tunes like KadamKadamBadhayeJa, Sam Manekshaw, and Waven Flag. 

Later, the CNS visited the flag Area to witness the colourful display of Tableaus by States Contingents on various contemporary socio-economic themes. 

He was crisply briefed by cadets on their respective sand models. He was impressed by the high standard of layout and cleanliness. 

The Admiral later witnessed a sterling cultural performance by multi-talented Cadets based on rich Indian Culture in the NCC auditorium which included group dance by Gujarat, Karnataka & Goa Directorates, ballet by Odisha Directorate & Group Song by Uttarakhand Directorate. 

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