VISAKHAPATNAM: The All India Nau Sainik Camp-2022 (AINSC-22) of the National Cadet Corps(NCC) will be conducted under the aegis of the NCC Directorate (AP&T) from October 2 to 12 at the campus of the Naval Children School (NCS), at 104 Area in Visakhapatnam city.
The Camp is an annual feature and a true representation of the country from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Rajasthan to Arunachal Pradesh as it is attended by Naval NCC boys and girls cadets from all over India. It provides an opportunity for the Cadets to interact with one another and promotes ‘esprit de corps’ and national integration. The cadets of all Naval NCC units of the country train all year round to get selected to participate in this camp, which is the culmination of naval training in the NCC.
The Camp will have the participation of 408 Senior Division Boys and 204 Senior Wing Girl cadets from 17 NCC Directorates from across the country and would compete against one another in the fields of Boat Pulling, Ship-Modelling, Drill, Semaphore, Service Subjects, Seamanship Practical and Firing as part of the NCC ethos of inculcating a healthy competitive spirit amongst its cadets.
Apart from individual prizes and team trophies in all events, the cadets would compete keenly to outperform the others in all the disciplines so that they can carry home the overall Best Directorate Trophy. Apart from competitions, the cadets would participate in various Personality Development Capsules. They would visit Ships, submarines, and establishments at Visakhapatnam and would also have an educational tour of Kursura Submarine and TU 142 Aircraft Museums. EOM
The Camp would start with a formal Opening Ceremony on October 3. Air Commodore P Maheshwar, Deputy Director General, NCC (AP&T) Directorate would be the Chief Guest for the Opening Ceremony. The Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command; Director General of the NCC and various other senior dignitaries would visit the camp. Commodore Arvind Nagar, Group Commander, NCC Group HQ, Visakhapatnam will be the Camp Commandant.
Source: Times of India