“As a father pities his children, so the Lord pities those who fear Him”

– Psalm 103:13



NCC

The National Cadet Corps was created in 1948, by an Act of Parliament, Govt. of India. It is the only organization of its kind, which imparts Leadership, Discipline, Integration, Adventure, Military, Physical and Community Development training.

AIMS

To develop the qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and sportsmanship

To create a human resource of organized, trained and motivated youth, to provide leadership in all walks of life including Defence forces and be always available for the service of nation

To create suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up the career in the Defence services

LOGO OF NCC

CARDINALS OF DISCIPLINE

     Obey with a smile

     Be punctual

     Make no excuses and tell no lies

MOTTO: Unity and Discipline

NCC UNIT OF FATIMA COLLEGE

There are 132 Senior Wing Cadets under the command of an Associated NCC Officer (ANO). Our college NCC Company comes under 2 Tamilnadu Girls Battalion of Madurai group of Tamilnadu Directorate. From the academic year 2013 – 2014, NCC Theory is offered as Non-Major Elective with 2 credits each in I & II Semesters in I UG Curriculum. NCC practical components are taught under Part-V for I, II & III year Cadets. Tests are conducted at the end of IV & VI semesters and marks are given to the students according to their performance and participation in NCC activities .

ENROLLMENT

Only first year degree students are enrolled on voluntary basis. Once enrolled, they take part in regular activities for three years. Every academic year, the training programme is of 90 – 105 hours (30 – 35 Parades). The cadets are also the given training to pass B and C certificates. C-Certificate is the highest recognition of training and qualification of a Senior NCC cadet and B-Certificate is the initial recognition of training and qualification of a Senior NCC cadet.

ACTIVITIES

NCC Parade is held on every Thursdays from 02.00 to 06.00 pm, to instill discipline in the souls of the cadets and to create prospective officers for the Armed Forces. 30 – 35 parades are usually conducted every year. The training includes drill, map reading, first aid methods, field training, weapon training, civil defence and other social services activities. The military training is given by army officers, NCOs, JCOs and other higher officers.

CAMPS

Cadets attend different types of Camps like Republic Day Camp (RDC),Basic Leadership Camp (BLC),Army Attachment Camp (AAC),Annual Training Camps (ATC), Thal Sainik Camp (TSC), Advance Leadership Camps (ALC), National Integration Camps (NIC), Rock Climbing Camps (RCC), All India Trekking Camps and Special National Integration camps (SNIC).

Besides attending the camps, cadets also participate in various programmes, directed by the Battalion, like AIDS Awareness Programme, Anti- tobacco Rally,Plastic Eradication Campaign, World Peace Day Rally, Tree Plantation Environmental Protection Rally, Polio Drops Campaign, Swach Bharat Abiyan and Blodd Donation Camps.

BENEFITS

Various Incentives are provided by the Central Government to Cadets with NCC ‘B’ & ‘C’ certificate holders for recruitment in the ranks in the Defense Forces. 

NCC Special Entry Scheme for Senior Wing Graduates in OTA in group 19-25 years with 50% marks, through DDG of states for direct interview (SSB) every year. The Cadets are exempted from CDS examination conducted by UPSC.

STAFF INCHARGE

 

1.  Lt. Dr. Antony Amala Jayaseeli
       Assistant professor
, Dept. of Zoology

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Co-ordinator

2.  Dr.  Selva Lakshmi
Assistant professor, The Research Centre of Economics

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Member

  • Vision Statement

    WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT THROUGH EDUCATION To empower women by developing human capabilities through quality education based on Christian values, making them responsible citizens who can work for the advancement of the society and promote communal harmony in the multi-religious and multi-cultural reality of India eventually evolving into women of communion.