National Cadet Corps (NCC)

NCC is the single largest uniformed youth organization of the world which functions to develop qualities of character, leadership, comradeship, courage, discipline, spirit of adventure, secular outlook and the ideals of selfless service amid the youth of the country. National Cadet Corps is a tri-services organization, comprising the Army, Navy and Air Force, engaged in grooming the youth into disciplined and patriotic citizens. The college has an NCC Army wing under 3KAR (BN) NCC. Students are enrolled for a period of 3 years. The NCC wing of the college organizes regular parades with the support of the battalion and cadets take part in camps, certificate exams etc. Also the NCC wing is actively involved in conducting various events which enable the cadets to be patriotic and socially responsible citizens.

  • NCC Committee Members

    Dr. Sarvesh B S
    Ms. Kushbu
    Mr. Balamurugan M
    Dr. Pavithra
    Ms. Ponny Thomas
    Dr. Samjaila T H

    Leadership Discourse: Insights from Col. Shashidhar B Malagi

    Date: 18 April 2024
    The visit by Col. Shashidhar B Malagi, Commanding Officer of 3 KAR BN NCC Bangalore A Group, to Kristu Jayanti College was marked by an impressive reception and an enriching interaction session with enthusiastic cadets. Col. Malagi emphasized character development and leadership, sharing his experiences, and encouraging dedication to the NCC. The day concluded with energetic interactions between seniors and juniors, fostering camaraderie and a sense of duty towards the nation.

    Commemorating Indian Army Day: Speech Competition Tribute

    Date: 16 January 2024
    Kristu Jayanti College hosted a stirring speech competition titled "Tribute to Indian Soldiers" on January 16, 2024, in honor of Indian Army Day. Eight cadets showcased their oratory skills, expressing profound gratitude and admiration for the brave soldiers of our nation. The competition aimed to instill patriotism, provide a platform for expression, and foster healthy competition among the cadets. Through their speeches, participants highlighted the sacrifices and valor of Indian soldiers, emphasizing their crucial role in safeguarding the nation's borders and maintaining peace. The event concluded with a sense of reverence and pride for our soldiers' unwavering dedication and service.

    Motivational talk by Lt Col Raj Chaud

    Date: 21/10/23
    Lt. Col Raj explained the lifestyle of the Indian defense forces and the various challenges faced by her during her time as a soldier. She also explained about her career as a sportsperson in The Indian Army, representing the nation at various international-level shooting competitions. She highlighted the values of discipline, courage, and selflessness that are integral to the armed forces. The session aimed to instill a deep sense of pride and commitment, encouraging cadets to consider the Indian Army as a fulfilling and honorable path for their professional journey.

    SSB Capsule: Empowering Cadets for Armed Forces Selection

    Date: 21 October 2023
    On October 21, 2023, 2A COY, 3KAR BN NCC conducted an insightful event titled "SSB Capsule" at Kristu Jayanti College. The primary objectives were to prepare cadets for the rigorous selection process of the Indian Armed Forces by enhancing their leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills. Led by Senior Cadet Prem, the orientation provided a comprehensive overview of the Services Selection Board (SSB) interview process, covering crucial topics such as personality development, communication skills, and psychological tests. The event, attended by 213 beneficiaries, focused on improving physical fitness, mental agility, and overall readiness for military service. Through engaging presentations and interactive discussions, cadets gained valuable insights and resources to excel in their SSB interviews. The event concluded with positive feedback from participants, highlighting the significance of the SSB Capsule in their preparation journey for a career in the armed forces.

    Cultural Diplomacy: Youth Exchange Programme in Moscow 2023

    Date: 20-30 October 2023
    The Youth Exchange Programme in Moscow 2023, attended by Dhanush Kumar from Kristu Jayanti College, was a remarkable journey of cultural immersion and global collaboration. Over ten transformative days, participants explored Moscow's rich heritage, including visits to iconic landmarks like the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and the Red Square. Engagements with esteemed institutions such as the Bolshoi Theatre and the Russian Geographical Society provided invaluable insights into Russian culture and history. Highlights also included interactive sessions with notable personalities like Deputy Minister of Defense Col Gen Pankov and cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, fostering cross-cultural understanding. The programme concluded with a vibrant celebration of shared values through folk performances and discussions on fostering enduring Indian-Russian friendship.

    Independence Day

    Date: 15/08/22
    Independence Day commemorates the brave young men who gave up their lives to liberate India from the clutches of British Empire. India got freedom on 15th August 1947 since then this day has been celebrated as Independence Day. Under the guidance of Fr. Principal Augustine George and Capt. Sarvesh B S Independence Day was celebrated in Kristu Jayanti College. Young Patriots of the Nation gathered in the college ground at sharp 7:30 am for the flag hoisting ceremony. Respected chief guest Fr. Superior James Narithookil accompanied by Fr. Principal Augustine George unfurled the Tiranga. Chief Guest Fr. Superior James Narithookil with his motivating words left no stone unturned to infuse a sense of undying love for the nation. After the completion of father’s speech, NCC rank holders were awarded with ranks during the pipping ceremony.

    Fr. Principal Augustine George enlightened young cadets and motivated them to be leaders of the nation. According to him it is true duty of each & every citizen to promote and protect the dignity of the Nation. With this the Independence Day ceremony ended by leaving everyone spell bound.

    Kargil Vijay Diwas

    Date: 26/07/22
    NCC cadets of Kristu Jayanti College celebrated the 23rd Kargil Vijay Diwas on 26th July 2022 to commemorate and pay tribute to all the brave soldiers of the Indian Army Forces who laid down their lives fighting for our Nation.

    The program commenced at 9.00 am. The gathering enlightened the audience through a capturing dance performance by the 2nd and 3rd year cadets. Following this, a skit was performed which depicted the life story of Captain Vikram Barta and how he led operation Vijay. As a mark of our true allegiance and respect for our fallen heroes, a wreath was laid on the Amar Jawan Jyoti by Rev Fr Dr. Augustine George, Principal Kristu Jayanti College. This was followed by the National Anthem and a formal address by the Principal where he highlighted on the significance of being a responsible citizens. The program was an awakening experience for the cadets, and ignited a sense of integration and oneness from the program that was put up.

    Firing Competition

    Date: 26/04/22
    All the cadets reported at the PRTC at 7.30 a.m. The PI staff arrived at 7:45 a.m., following which the cadets were taken to the firing range and were asked to fall in. After reaching the firing range, cadets were asked to fall in according to their respective battalions. 2 Kar Bn CO Sir instructed cadets prior the competition. Firing was carried out using 0.22 MK lV rifle. There were three rounds of firing where each cadet was given 5 bullets for each round. 7 battalions represented themselves for the competition. After the lunch break, competitions resumed at 2 p.m. Following which the results were scrutinized and cadets were asked to fall in for the results. 50 cadets from all the battalions were short-listed. The short-listed cadets were instructed to report the next day for selections. The cadets were asked to clear the firing range at 5.30 p.m. All cadets gave their best and performed well.

    Firing Competition

    Date: 12/04/22
    All cadets reported at the MEG Center at 7.30 a.m. for the final day of firing practice. The PI staff arrived at 8:30 am, and the cadets were taken to the firing range and fall in. Under JCO Sir’s instructions the firing begun at 9 a.m. The cadets got the opportunity to fire twice with 0.22 mm rifle under each position, namely; prone, kneeling and standing. At the completion of firing, the cadets carried their respective target sheets to CO Sir who appreciated cadets and gave suggestions based on their performances. After the firing practice with 0.2mm rifle was done, cadets received an incredible opportunity to fire with the German rifle and all cadets had a good experience. All of our cadets gave their best and performed well. Cadets had a downtime for lunch at 2pm followed by clearing the firing range. After which all the cadets were asked to fall in to mark the end of the day with visarjan at 4.30 p.m.

    Firing Competition

    Date: 11/04/22
    All the cadets reported at the MEG Center at 7.00 a.m. The cadets were taken to the firing range at 7:20 a.m after the arrival of the PI staff, and were asked to fall in. Followed by briefing of the cadets by JCO Sir. Cadets started the firing at 7.45 am, and after the completion in prone position, 10 SD’s and 10 SW’s were short listed. All the cadets were given a lunch interval at 1.30 p.m. After the interval, all the short-listed cadets were given a practice session of firing in kneeling and standing position. Following which the cadets submitted their respective target sheets to CO Sir who gave advise and appreciate cadets based on their performances. All of our cadets gave their best and performed well. After clearing the firing range all the cadets were asked to fall in to mark the end of the day with visarjan at 4.30 p.m. It was a good day of learning and a good chance for cadets to prove themselves.

    Firing competition

    Date: 01/04/22
    All cadets arrived at 10:30 a.m. at the MEG center. The cadets were taken to the firing range and were asked to fall in. After which SW’s were taken to firing range at around 11:50 a.m. At 12:40 pm JCO Sanjay briefed the cadets about firing. Firing started at 12:50 p.m. at the range by SW’s followed by the SD’s. After the first round all cadets passed on to the second round and performed well by giving their best effort. The cadets gathered at 4:25 p.m. to end the day of firing with visarjan which was done under the command of JCO and AO. After briefing and well-organized firing day the cadets departed at 4:55 pm.

    Army Attachment Camp {AAC}

    Date: 21st – 30th March 2022
    The Army Attachment Camp (AAC) 2022 was held at Pioneer Training Centre (PCTC) at Banaswadi Garrison. The main aim of the camp is to train NCC cadets with the same recruitment procedure by following rules and regulations of the army. This kind of training strengthens cadets physically and mentally to withstand the outrageous situations during war and come out with an efficient outcome.

    On 21st March 2022, at 8.00a.m. cadets reported to camp site. The total strength of 108 cadets from Karnataka and Goa Directorate attended the camp. Later cadets were taken to their respective barracks and beds and lockers to keep their belongings, followed by welcome gathering from Training JCO of PCTC briefing up the movements of cadets in the camp site, and motivated to participate in the camp energetically.

    Parade - XV

    Date: 26/03/22
    The cadets reported to basketball court at 1.15 pm and we're checked for proper grooming and bearing by seniors. A quick count of all the companies was taken after which the proceedings for the day began. Lt. Sarvesh instructed seniors to take charge of the parade. The warm up session began with respective seniors taking charge of the troops.

    After warm up session the 2nd year SD's were trained by CSM. Ezra Immanuel and SUO. Bryan Binu, the SW’s were trained by CQMS. Brunda Kumari. Training session of the 2nd year cadets was focused on perfecting their March style and familiarizing them with the commands. 3rd year cadets had their share of training under the charge of Company Seniors and JUO. Monisha, wherein the training focuses in perfecting drill and improvising command control. Most of the 3rd years had the opportunity to command over their respective groups.

    Interactive Session

    Date: 19/03/22
    An interactive session was organised on the topic “opportunity in the Armed Forces”. In an attempt to enlighten the cadets about opportunities in the armed forces, an interactive session with our Alumni was arranged. Major Vishnu Naidu, an ex NCC cadet from Kristu Jayanti College was the speaker, who is currently rendering his services to the Indian army.

    Sir interacted with the cadets who were indeed enlightened by his talk. He addressed a number of questions regarding entry to the armed forces, qualities which are emphasized for recruitment, opportunity of girl cadets in the Army and so on. He also shared his experiences of patrolling and gave some valuable tips to maintain a work life balance and handle stress. Sharing his experiences from the training session, he also shared a number of thrilling events.

    Parade - XIV

    Date: 19/03/22
    The cadets geared up for the regular training session. Cadets were bifurcated and received training under respective seniors. Cadets practiced drill, dahine salute, baaye salute, khuli line chal and so on. Cadets were then briefed by our ANO about upcoming NCC camps which marked the closure of the day.

    Battalion Training

    Date: 23/02/2022
    Cadets were asked to report to the 3 KAR battalion for weapon training and Kali hath drill. The proceedings of the day commenced with a brief warm up session, following which cadets were given basic instructions on reporting and basic drill procedures.

    The C certificate cadets were trained for salami shastra, bagal shastra and baju shastra. They practiced 14 ½ march and emphasized on how to report during the practical examination. They were also taught the procedure to dismantle and assemble a 7.62mm SLR(self-loading rifle).

    Parade -XIII

    Date: 12/02/2022
    At 8:30am all the cadets reported at the basketball court and were checked for proper grooming and bearing by the seniors. After reporting Captain Sarvesh instructed the respective seniors to take charge for the proceedings of the day.

    After the warm-up session, cadets assembled for training. 1st year cadets were trained by CSM Ezra Immanuel and Sergeant Bharat, whereas 2nd and 3rd year cadets had their share of training under JUO Monisha, CQMS Brunda Kumari and Sergeant Durai Pandiyan. As the cadets gear for the upcoming B and C certificate exams the training was focused on revising drill and theory lessons which cadets acquired during the course of the academic training sessions. Young trainees rehearsed 14 one two march, khuli line chal, nikat line chal, dahine salute, saamne salute and baaye salute. The main emphasis was laid on perfecting drill and command control. Having completed the regular training session cadets dispersed for a short break.

    Republic Day

    On this day, the NCC, and KCDC gathered to pay tribute to India: its unity in diversity and rich cultural heritage. “We must stand on our own feet and fight as best as we can for our rights. So, carry on your agitation and organize your forces. Power and prestige will come to you through struggle”, these were the words of the framer of our constitution, Dr BR Ambedkar. A long-drawn struggle, the fruits of which we perhaps reap today.

    The 73rd Republic Day was celebrated by recalling the zeal and ideals Ambedkar laid down for the nation.

    Cadets with their ever-enthusiastic spirit assembled in the college premises at 7 am.

    The Republic Day ceremony began with the flag hoisting done by Rev. Fr. Dr. Augustine George. After which the chief guest, Dr. Krishna Prabha delivered a speech who enlightened us about the progress of our country over the decades, and instilled a sense of pride in all its accomplishments.

    Cadets undertook the national pledge and were addressed by the principal Rev. Fr. Dr. Augustine George

    Independence Day Celebration

    Kristu Jayanti College Autonomous Bengaluru celebrated 75th Independence Day in the college campus. Rev. Dr. Augustine George, Principal, Kristu Jayanti College hoisted the Indian National flag and delivered greetings of Independence Day. Prof.Madhu Druvakumar, Coordinator, Department of Commerce (PG), Kristu Jayanti College delivered the Independence Day message. She lauded the contributions of the freedom fighters, covid warriors who fought against the corona virus and the achievements of India at Tokyo Olympics. Rev. Dr. Augustine George distributed ranks to NCC cadets. NCC Cadets, volunteers of NSS, CSA and KCDC were part of the celebration.

    Guest Lecture on Constitution Day

    Date: 04-12-2020
    Time: 4:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 45
    Name and Details of the Resource Person: Dr. Kaveri Swami, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Kristu Jayanti College Bengaluru.
    To bring awareness on the importance of the Indian Constitution and its architect, Dr B R Ambedkar.

    The Zoom meeting began at 04:30 p.m. All the cadets were let in by 04:35 p.m. Dr. Kaveri Swami spoke on Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s - life, education, ideology and his great contribution towards building our present constitution. It was a very informative and enlightening session on how his contribution has had a direct impact on the secular foundation of the Indian democratic society.

    Annual Sports Day

    Annual Sports Day was held on 14th December 2019 at Kristu Jayanti College Ground. All the 105 cadets assembled by 07:30 am. The second and third year cadets were given the opportunity to march wearing the ceremonials.

    March Past was a competition between the various combination and courses. The March Past was lead by the NCC Cadet marching with the seniors, SUO Shree Hari GV and SUO Pankuri Mathur. It was a moment of pride for the contingent to march on this auspicious day selected and trained under ANO Lt Sarvesh.

    Blood donation Camp 2020

    Blood donation camp was held on 14th January 2020 in association with Lion’s blood bank, Nimhans hospital, TTK rotary blood bank and RCB golden rock. This camp is conducted every year.All the students of Kristu Jayanti actively took part in the same with great enthusiasm. The eligibility for a student to participate in the campaign is that students donating would have to be over 55kg to donate blood for the camp if they are willing too. Students who lend a hand in this good deed were appreciated with a token of gratitude by giving them a certificate. The records of the collection made were as follows: 254 – BMST, 148 – Nimhans, 288 - lions Blood Bank. After the camp students were served with refreshment in order to gain energy.

    CATC Camp

    The journey started on 29th July, 2019 from Kristu Jayanti College at 8.15 A.M. The cadets reached out the destination Karnataka State Police Training School, Channapatna at 12:00 P.M. The cadets got their respective Barrack. After that the cadets got instructions from the PI Staff about the ten days curriculum, the cadets went for the dinner.

    All the institution was divided into four coy as follow as Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and Delta, among which Kristu Jayanti College cadets were part of Charlie coy. The daily routine was fall in at 5.30 A.M. for P.T parade, and then 7 A.M. breakfast, 8 A.M. fall in uniform. Then the cadets had drill practice till 10:00 AM followed by theory classes till 12:30 PM. 12:45 P.M. was the time for lunch and again 2.45 P.M fall in ground for theory classes followed by games hour from 04:00 PM to 05:30 PM after which fall in for head count was done and the day ends. Later Dinner was served during 07:00 PM. This routine followed for the next 9 days. One separate day was kept for firing exercise to ensure cadets got an experience in basic firing. The cadets also had company wise sports competitions, cultural competitions, drill competition and firing competition. The cadets also had a hands on career counseling and motivational class. The camp ended with a closing ceremony with chief guest Col. Rajesh Verma, Group Commander, Bangalore ‘A’ group and CO Col. J N Kumar, 3 Kar Bn. Kristu Jayanti College Cadets, as part of Charli Coy won First place in Drill Competition and secured 1st, 2nd and 3rd in Firing Competition and Finalists in Throw ball.

    DG NCC Visit

    The DG NCC visit was on 22 may 2019 at Christ College. The chief guest of the day was Lt Gen Rajiv Chopra. The program was started with inaugural speech. Then DG NCC Lt Gen. Rajiv Chopra gave motivational speech. Then cadets started interacting with DG NCC and other officers. After this the cadets were asked to share their experience in NCC.

    Independence Day

    On 15th August 2019, Independence Day celebration started with the reporting of the cadets and other student volunteers at 07:00am in the college. There was a welcoming of the gathering by CDT Sharavathi [MC]. The Flag hoisting was done by the Fr. Principal Jose Kutty P D, followed by National Anthem and Pledge by SUP Pankhuri Mathur. Then, Chief Guest of the day, Dr.M.K Baby delivered the Independence Day message. After this the Rank piping ceremony, Principal Rev Fr. Josekutty PD and Vice Principal Rev Fr. Augustine George, assisted by Lt.Sarvesh Sir, pinned the ranks to deserving cadets. Then, Principal Rev Fr. Josekutty PD addressed the gathering. Then, Vote of thanks by the MC and distribution of sweets. Lastly a group photo of all the NCC Cadets, NSS and CSA volunteers with the dignitaries of our college.

    International Yoga Day

    The International Yoga day was observed on 21st June 2019. This year the cadets from different battalions and groups were gathered at Manekshaw Parade Ground. A team of yoga instructors were called upon to take initiative. The cadets were made to perform several postures of yoga, various types of breathing exercises and different asanas. While doing each exercise the instructors gave the benefits of it. Instructors advised all the cadets to make yoga a part of their daily routine.

    Kargil Vijay Diwas

    The Kargil Vijay Diwas was conducted on 27th July 2019 .It started with the reporting of the cadets at 07:30am in the college and arranging the properties made for the performance at the college quadrangle. All the NCC cadets were assigned to different teams- acting team, dancing team, properties team, coffin team and the MC team. The properties included a coffin, a replica of Amar Javan Jyoti and 2 bunkers. The performance started with the MC’s introduction followed by placing of the coffin, Guard of Honor and enacting the story of Param Veer Chakra Captain Vikram Batra - about his bravery and sacrifice in Kargil War along with Captain Vikram Batra’s citation. Towards the end of the performance, the Principle and Vice Principle were invited to pay their respect and tribute to all the martyred soldiers of Kargil War with a wreath. After the performance, a photo session was taken with the Principal, Vice Principal, faculty members and all the NCC cadets. It was a great learning experience for all the cadets as well as the students.

    Swachata Pakwada

    The Sawachata Pakwada was conducted on 7th Dec 2019 at Ulsoor Lake. The reporting time was 8:30 am. The chief guest of the day was Col. LK Joshi (CO of 1 KAR girls BN). At 9.00am all cadets had a fall and with the chief guest speech, started the program. After the speech, cleaning started all around the Ulsoor Lake. By 12:00 pm all were gathered together again. And with this swachata pakwada program came to the end.

    Tree Plantation Drive

    The tree plantation drive commenced on 15th June 2019,with the reporting of the cadets and other student volunteers at 09:00am at the government school near the college. The event was inaugurated by the Principal Rev Fr. Josekutty PD and other faculty members of the school by planting a tree sapling. A small message on the importance of plants in the environment was delivered by the dignitaries to the students and fellow cadets. All the saplings were planted by the cadets and the student volunteers. It was made sure that the saplings were watered properly with utmost care. These saplings were placed in and around the school premises. The tree plantation drive was a great learning experience.


    An overseas exchange program conducted by the DG NCC. It involves in military, traditional and cultural exchange between cadets of various countries. YEP is known as ICEP (International Cadet Exchange Program) at Singapore NCC.

    13 November 2019 - Cadets did Singapore style 5BX in their platoons. One Mile run with SNCC war cry. 5BX(5 type workout) was also performed on days 4 and 9. Flying Fox was done by climbing up a tower and going down a zip line to the ground. Motivational Obstacle Course consisted of 10 obstacles with varying degrees of difficulty. Platoons performed Archery on a 2 foot target at 20 meters and were trained to aim and handle a bow. Rappelling was performed at the obstacle wall built-in the camp structure.

    14 November 2019 - Delegation went to the Vivo city mall and did light shopping. Food was provided by the Mall Canteen. The Singapore Navy took the delegations onboard an RSS Fast Utility Craft. Cadets were taken on a trail across the Campbell bay onboard the craft.

    15 November 2019 -Cadets were seated in two person kayaks and given training on how to adjust course and handle the Delegates went on a trail across the Bay which took forty-five minutes of time. The entire delegation was seated in a dragon boat and trained on timing and stokes by the Coxswain from SNCC Sea. Cadets went on a course which ended with a race against two other countries. Cadets were given liberty to enjoy the Tourist destination for three hours. The delegation interacted with the people, took photographs, admired the structures, and had dinner.

    16 November 2019 -Delegation was taken to Little India — Heritage site. Cadets went shopping at Mustafa Mall, ate Indian food and interacted with the locals. UNESCO World Heritage site — National Orchid Gardens was also toured by the delegation on the same day. Singapore Cadet Officers acted as guides and showed the delegation around. Orchard Road is one of the economic centers of Singapore with lots of skyscrapers and malls. Cadets split into groups of five and was given liberty until late in the night.

    17 November 2019 -At Sentosa, all delegations visited Palawan Beach by taking the Sentosa express. The four platoons did a few beach activities, creative photo taking, games and had a great time together. Cadets toured Arab street and had great time exploring the lively area Cadets also visited the stunning Sultan Mosque, had food tour in Burgis Street and shopped through the local arab street market. The cadets gained insight into multi ethnic culture, taking a peak into chinese heritage and culture at Chinatown.

    18 November 2019- The groups were divided further to form eight sections—each were given a map, cords and a compass to locate 7 challenges. The section who finished in least time was declared the winner. The sections, with around ten cadets, had to run around the camp and do 150 push-ups, chin-ups, burpees etc. total for the team. The fastest time to finish the course was 22 minutes.

    19 November 2019 - Cadets played water polo and swimming relay against nations. Both events were done in a shallow depth and India won the water polo championship. Cadets were present and performed wreath laying drill at the Defence minister's honoring at the INA memorial. The Defence minister, Mr. Rajnath Singh, interacted with the cadets and appreciated their achievements at the camp.

    20 November 2019- The Delegation was given packed dinner and a few souvenirs before leaving the Amoy Quee Camp and Singapore NCC. Cadets and Officers were transferred to Terminal 2 of the Changi International Airport. Cadet Officers were also present for assistance.

    YEP VIETNAM 2019

    The Indian Delegation consisting of two officers, seven SD cadets and six SW cadets were delegated for YEP 2019. The cadets concentrated on 10 JUNE 2019 at HQ DG NCC New Delhi. The delegation was put through a short and intense training capsule from 10 June to 17 June 2019. The content including General awareness and current affairs with specific reference to Vietnam ,Leadership & Group Dynamics, Personal conduct and mannerisms, Mess etiquettes and table manners.

    Other preparations at DG NCC camp that the delegation carried out were rehearsals and practices with respect to the INDIA Presentation, including presentation about NCC India and Cultural presentation programme for about 30 minutes duration which included a collaboration of dances across the country. The following days, the delegation collected/purchased mementoes and souvenirs to be exchanged in Vietnam and were also briefed about all aspects of the host country. Two days before departure the entire delegation was kitted to suit all occasions and the items were properly packed and baggage weighed to ensure the weight was within permissible limits. Pre- Departure Briefing was carried out by the delegation leader, in the presence of the complete delegation to the DG and other senior officers of HQ DG NCC on 17th June 2019 with regard to pre induction training and preparations carried out.

    The delegation left for Vietnam on 17th June 2019 at 2300h from IGI Airport, New Delhi by Air India flight. Delegation took a connecting flight from Bangkok, Thailand. They landed at Hanoi on 18th June at 1940hrs, followed by Check-in at hotel. On 19th June the delegation visited Ha Long Bay and a natural cave at the bay. 20th June they departed from Ha Long bay, back to Hanoi and visited to a military unit (border defense force), including a cultural exchange. On 21st June Indian cadets visited Temple of literature followed by welcome lunch and meeting at VYF HQ Hanoi. Indian embassy was also visited the same day. Closing the day with Water puppet show.22nd June was world yoga day when the delegation visited President Palace and War Museum followed by shopping at the local market in addition to participation at the international yoga day celebration being organized by the Indian embassy. Next they took a flight from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City and visited the popular War Remnants museum the same day. On 24th June they visited an ancient church. Day included visit to VYF unit to experience a closing of a military training camp and conference with exchange of mementoes. The Indian ambassadors visited Cu chi tunnels and a famous Buddhist pagoda on 25th June.

    Followed by visit to a military unit (7th regiment) and getting acquainted with the military training at the unit on 26th June. 27th June was the last day at Vietnam. That day shopping was done at a market at Ho Chi Minh in the morning. Then the cadets had their departure from Ho Chi Minh City at 1650hrs and arrival at Delhi at 0010hrs on 28th June. On 28th the camp ended with debriefing to the DG by the contingent commander and distribution of certificates.

    NCC Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC) 2019 was conducted from 29 July 2019- 7 August 2019 by KAR BN NCC at the Karnataka State Police Training School, Chennapatna.

    Blood Donation Camp

    The Blood Donation Camp was organized on 10th January 2019 in association with various social organizations such as Lions Blood Bank, TTK Rotary and NIMHANS. All the arrangements for the Blood Donation were done with the help and support of the cadets and volunteers. Once all the arrangements were done the Donations started at 9:30am.The doctors and staff were adhering to the eligibility criteria of the volunteers, though the number of volunteers came out to donate blood were numerous. The cadets and volunteers escorted the donors from their respective classes. The Camp also provided refreshments to the donors and certificates of appreciation. The NCC cadets were keen in organizing the event and managing the huge crowd. The blood donation camp was winded up at 3:30 with a huge collection of blood bags from the Jayantian Fraternity.


    The camp was held from 24th July 2018 to 2nd August 2018,Cadets were verified with their documentation and Biometric on the first day. Camp Commandant addressed the gathering. Every day the sessions started with P.T parade followed by drill training. In addition to that there were theory classes with demonstration of weapons. The sessions also covered topics such as map reading, health and hygiene and first aid. Post lunch, cadets were given opportunity to participate in sports events. Cultural competitions and programs were organized to exhibit different talents of the cadets. Throughout the camp various inter-coy competitions were held including cultural, sports, drill and firing competition. On the last day of the camp, winners were appreciated and felicitated for their respective performances and achievements. Bangalore ‘A’ Group Commander Col. Rajeev Verma was invited for the Camp’s Closing Day Ceremony and he appreciated everyone for their commitment and active participation.

    Group Commander Visit

    This visit was held on 13th July 2018, it mainly focused to inspect the working of NCC in Kristu Jayanti College. The cadets of Kristu Jayanti College gave a wonderful welcome to the group commander with Guard of Honor and piloting. The group commander was welcomed by the Principal Rev.Fr Josekutty P.D and ANO Lt. Sarvesh. Later the Group commander addressed the cadets with an inspirational talk and appreciated the cadets for their performance.


    The IGC RDC camp was organized from 1st November 2018 to 10th November 2018 in Christ University Kengeri .Cadet's documentation and Biometric was done on the first day. Camp Commandant addressed the gathering. The schedule for the camp began with early morning warm up sessions followed by breakfast. Various competitions regarding drill were conducted during the day including competitions for contingent drill for both Sds and Sws and Guard of Honor competition. After lunch there were cultural competitions amongst the groups including group song, group dance, ballet and NIAP. Best cadet competition also carried on simultaneously. These competitions comprised the first six days of the camp. In the last four days the focus was on deep selections i.e. short listing cadets to go for further camps. The camp concluded by the closing address by camp commandant and by Brig. D M Purvimath, DDG Karnataka and Goa directorate followed by a group photograph with DDG and other officials.

    Independence Day Celebration

    The 72nd Independence Day celebration was held in Kristu Jayanti College campus on 15th of August 2018 with the active participation of the faculty members, NSS , CSA volunteers, NCC cadets and other civilians. The programme started at 7:30 a.m. with a welcome speech by CDT. Goutham. The flag hosting ceremony was preceded after the welcome speech. Rev. Fr. Josekutty P.D, hoisted the National Flag. The National Pledge was taken by the gathering, affirming the betterment of the Nation and oneself. The Independence Day speech was delivered by Dr.P.BabaGnanakumar.

    International Yoga Day 2018

    The International Yoga day was organized on 21st June 2018, cadets reported at the Manekshaw Parade Ground at 7:30 am in track suits. The event was organized by Karnataka and Goa directorate of NCC. The event began with the welcoming of the Chief guest Mr.Ananthkumar , the Union minister for chemicals and fertilizers .DDG Karnataka and Goa ,Brigadier DM Purvimath also graced the occasion with his presence . Specially trained yoga instructors were present to guide the cadets to practice yoga as per the protocol. Several yoga 'aasans' and 'pranayams' were practiced and the benefits of each were told to the cadets. At the end a resolution was made by all cadets to keep them fit with the help of yoga.

    National NCC Seminar

    National NCC Seminar was organized on 5th December 2018 at Reva University . The main objective of the seminar is to train the youth to become confident, committed and competent leaders in all walks of their life. It also intends to enhance the awareness of cadets to become empowered and responsible. The formal session commenced at 9:30 am. All the cadets of different colleges were seated in the Kuvempu Auditorium of Reva University in time. Discipline and punctuality was maintained by the cadets from the dawn till the session ended. The session began with an introduction by Cadet Aishwarya and the Opening address was given by Maj Gen Sanjay Gupta, ADG and key note address was given by Lt Gen PP Malhotra ,DG NCC.

    Pre - IGC 1

    The Pre-IGC Camp was conducted from 27th September 2018 to 6th October 2018 at ChitrakootaInstitute ,Magadi Road. Cadet's documentation and Biometric was done on the first day. Camp Commandant addressed the gathering. From the second day onwards, training in both drill and cultural started for the cadets. The cadets were also briefed by the Training Officer regarding the various competitions at IGC and RDC level. After four days of training in all spheres, the cadets were asked to choose between drill and culturals and focus on the chosen area. However the cadets interested in the Best cadet competition were given separate training including drill, cultural, firing, general knowledge and also communication skills. The last three days were focused on shortlisting and selecting the cadets for further camps. The cadets worked day and night to prove their capabilities and get selected for further camps. The camp concluded by announcement of short listed cadets and closing address of the camp commandant.

    Pre – RDC I

    The Pre-RDC I was conducted from 24th November 2018 to 3rd December 2018 at Jalahalli Air Force Station East ETI, Cadets documentation and Biometric were done on the first day. Camp Commandant addressed the gathering. From the second day onwards, briefing on RDC selection procedure was scheduled. The cadets were instructed to maintain discipline of the highest order. Cadets had to choose between Drill and Culturals to excel further. The last five days of the camp, rigorous fitness tests and overnight practice were held. The final performances were chosen and few cadets were identified in this camp.

    Pre – RDC II

    The Pre-RDC II was conducted from 9th December 2018 to 19th December 2018 at Jalahalli Air Force Station East ETI. Cadets documentation and Biometric were taken on the first day. Camp Commandant addressed the gathering. From the second day onwards, training in both drill and cultural were started for the Camp. Various selections such a Rajpath and Guard of Honour took place. The campus was perfect for training as it had a vast ground and Auditoriums for cultural practices.

    Pre – RDC2019

    The Pre-RDC 2019 was conducted from 31st December 2018 to 28th January 2019 at DG NCC Delhi .Cadet's documentation and Biometric were done on the first day. Camp Commandant addressed the gathering. Then immediately cultural programs were started and extended up to 15th Jan. Competitions such as Line Area and Flag Area start from day 1 of the camp. The Aim of Line Area is to maintain the cadets living area clean and tidy. Flag Area is a graphical and pictorial representation of the directorates Heritage and Culture. After 15th Jan Competition and selection for Rajpath and Guard of Honor started.10 SD and 10 SW from each Directorate are chosen for the Rajpath and Guard of Honor. The PM Rally practice starts side by side to perform on 28th Jan and 50 Cadets represented. On 26th Jan the competition came to an end and points were calculated. 28th Jan was the PM Rally and that was the final performance of RDC. The results and price distribution took place on 29 of January.

    Pre – RDCIII(Kitting)

    The Pre –RDC III was conducted from 19th December 2018 to 28th December 2018 at Jalahalli Air Force Station East ETI. Cadets’ documentation and Biometric were done on the first day. Camp Commandant addressed the gathering. From the second day onwards, efficient practice sessions were carried out and corrections in the final performances were made. On the 6th days cadets received kitting items such as Uniforms, bags, and few other requirements. On the 28 the cadets departed to Delhi.

    Pre - IGC 3

    The Pre IGC 3 Camp was conducted from 22nd October 2018 to 31st October 2018 at ETI Jallahalli East, Bangalore .Cadet's documentation and Biometric was done on the first day. Camp Commandant addressed the gathering. This camp mainly focused on finalizing the team for Inter Group Competition (IGC). Drill practices and selection began in the morning after breakfast and used to continue till evening. Simultaneously cultural practices and selections were also progressing. All the cadets followed a tighter schedule. Beginning with firing and followed by drill and cultural practices. Written test and group discussions were also conducted for preparing best cadets. By the end of the camp the final team for Bangalore A group was announced. They were provided with basic kitting and costumes for the cultural programmes.

    Pre - IGC 2

    The Pre-IGC 2 camp was conducted from 8th October 2018 to 17th October 2018 at Sacred Heart Girls High School .Cadet's documentation and Biometric was done on the first day. Camp Commandant addressed the gathering. From the second day onwards, training of cadets in the chosen field i.e. drill or culturals, progressed. Special drill instructors from various battalions were present to properly train the cadets, teaching them even minute things about drill. For preparing cadets for cultural competitions, there were professional choreographers to train cadets for the cultural competitions. While for the best cadets the schedule progressed with firing in the morning after breakfast, followed by drill practices, after which they practiced for the culturals and ended their day with written test and group discussions.

    Republic Day Celebration

    The Republic day celebration was held on 26th January 2019 .The cadets reported at 7:30am. The event was marked with the flag hosting ceremony under the supervision of the Principal Rev.Fr Josekutty P.D along with ANO.Sarvesh and other faculty members. The celebration extended with a brief speech by Prof.Sen Mathews regarding the integrity of our Nation and the basic ethical values that has to be imprinted in the behaviour of every student as a citizen of India. Rev.Fr.Josekutty P.D inspired the NCC cadets and other students with his charismatic speech about the unity of the Indian Union and its future strength-- the Youth of the Nation. By 8:20 am the event was concluded with the singing of National Anthem and sweet distribution as a token of remembrance about the great struggle which resulted in the Independence of this great Nation and its Sovereignty.

    State Independence Day Celebration

    The State Independence Day parade held at Manekshaw Parade ground on 15th August 2018.It was led by the Parade Commander Yogesh Kumar, Deputy Commissioner of Police. The parade proceedings began with flag hoisting by Shri. H D Kumaraswami, the Honorable Chief Minister of Karnataka while the National Anthem being played by various band troops. Contingents from various schools, police services, BSF, CRPF and NCC participated for the drill competition. The NCC contingent led by SUO. Kartik R comprising of 36 cadets, solely from Kristu Jayanti College, representing Karnataka & Goa Directorate. It was a remarkable achievement. The NCC contingent received special appreciation for their commitment. The parade ended with various cultural performances by school students.

    Surgical Strike Day

    The Surgical Strike day was conducted on 29th September 2018.The formal session commenced at 1.15 pm. All the cadets were seated in the Mini Auditorium I by 1.10 pm. The cadets were made to sit according to their respective companies. Discipline and punctuality was maintained by the cadets from the beginning till the session ended. The Session started with an introduction and welcome speech offered by Cdt. Meghna. The chief guest of the day was Dr Krishnan, who gave the cadets a scholarly lecture on surgical strikes, its relevance and methods of implementation. He also shared his own life experiences as a former Major in Indian Army and as a proud member of Operation Blue-Star, heightening the enthusiasm of the cadets. In addition to the lecture, cadets were also shown documentaries of famous surgical operations that had taken place in military history, which broadened the knowledge of cadets on the subject. Before concluding his lecture, Dr. Krishnan invoked the gathering for a silent prayer remembering the martyrs who had laid down their life for the country. The session came to an end by 2.15 pm.

    Voters’ Day awaress programme

    The “Voters’ Day awaress programme” was organised by “Kristu Jayanti College” on 25th January 2019 to create awareness among voters about effective participation in the election process. As a part of it, our Cadets along with College student volunteers conducted a rally in and around the college premises. 50 Cadets inclusive of SDs and SWs participated in this event.

    Armed Forces Flag Day

    The National Cadet Corps of Kristu Jayanti College attended the Armed forces Flag Day in Raj Bhavan on 7th December 2017. By 04:00 p.m. all the respective dignitaries’ arrived. The auspicious day started with playing of National Anthem by the Students of Army Public School. The welcome note was given by ex-service officer S.P Sachin. The Chief Guest of the day was Ex Air Vice Marshall Aziz Javeed. Later, Honorary Home Minister Shri Ramalinga Reddy enlightened the minds of all with his brilliant speech explaining the significance of this day, followed by Vande Mataram sung by the Band. Awards were distributed to the families of the brave warriors who served the armed forces. Later, Honorable Governor of Karnataka Shri VajubhaiVala gave a mesmerizing speech to the audience.

    Green Campus Day

    The theme of green day was to make campus green by planting saplings.The charismatic cleanliness and lush green campus provides an environment suitable for studies .It's a programme under “SWACHTHA PAKHWADA”. Cadets actively participated in cleaning the campus area and planting the saplings.

    Fr. Augustine George inaugurated the event by briefing the cadets about the importance ofSwachBharath and Green Campus Day, which was initiated by Honable Prime Minister, Shri NarendraModi on 2nd October, 2014 to fulfil Mahatma Gandhi’s vision of a clean India, by his 150th birth anniversary in 2019. Later, the saplings were planted by Father Vice Principal , ANO Lt Sarvesh, Ms Ponny Thomas and by NCC cadets. The event provided great lesson to the cadets by motivating each in promotion of the Green Campus Day.

    Guard of Honor

    Bangalore A group hosted the felicitation program. Cadets from Kristu Jayanti College were selected for guard of honor, cane drill, tray drill and master of ceremony on 3rd February 2018 . The program started at 11:00 am. The guard of honor was given to the chief guest of the day Brig. D M Purvimath VSM, DDG of Karnataka and Goa directorate. DDG was escorted by the cane drill cadets to the stage and officially the program was started. Felicitation ceremony started right after welcoming the gathering. DDG appreciated and felicitated the cadets who got CM, DG and DDG commendation cards. The tray drill cadets bought the commendations and medals to the stage. After the felicitation ceremony, DDG gave his speech. The program was officially ended at 2:00 pm with NCC song followed by the National anthem.

    Independence Day

    The Independence Day celebration was started with hosting of flag, followed by the speech given by our college English Prof Dr. Thomas who inspired the cadets and the other volunteers with his valuable words. Then our principal Rev. Father Jose kutty P.D and Vice Principal Rev. Father Augustine George distributed ranks for the cadets. The CSA and NSS volunteers also joined the celebration which showed the patriotic feelings among the students. After the celebration, there was a group photo session for the rank holders of this academic year.

    International Yoga Day

    Jayantian Extension services organized International Yoga Day on 21st June 2017.The International yoga day celebration started with reporting of the cadets at 6.00 am at Kanteerava stadium. The yoga day started with warm up sessions, followed by yoga Sana. Various yoga experts addressed the gathering and the famous Tao Porchon-Lynch from Hartsdale, New York and V. Nanammal demonstrated various yoga forms. Baba Ramdev, Swami Vachananand, Social activist Anna Hazare and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah also graced the International Yoga day celebration. More than 5000 yoga enthusiast took part in the event.

    Kargil Vijay Diwas

    The Kargil Vijay Diwas was organised on 26th July 2017 to honour the soldiers who sacrificed their lives during Kargil war. The Kargil Vijay Diwas took place under the guidance of our ANO Lt Sarvesh Sir and the staff coordinators in the college quadrangle. The Cadets performed a small skit which depicted the life of the soldiers during the war. The members of the CSA also paid tribute to our soldiers. The Amar Jawan Jyothi was lit by Principal Rev Father Josekutty P.D and Vice Principal Rev Father Augustine George. The program ended offering respect to the soldiers followed by National anthem.


    The NCC DAY celebration was held on 26th November 2017 at Rastriya Military School where cadets from numerous battalions joined the celebration. Many Officers and dignitaries were present during the celebration. Cadets of various institutions performed various cultural programs like Bharatanatyam, Hindustani music, etc. There were many officers who shared a lot of important information like benefits of NCC and how a cadet can filter his habits to have a successful career. Lt. Col VarunLuthra shared his views on shaping a cadet’s career by serving in NCC. The cadets eagerly listened to the words of the officers as many aspired to join the Armed forces. The commanding officer Lt. Col VarunLuthra gave an in-depth briefing about the activities of NCC and the benefits of serving in NCC. The session was dispersed by singing the NCC song followed by national anthem.

    PRE ThalSainik Camp 1

    The Pre TSC camp was held in Belgaum from 30th August 2017 to 8th September 2017 for SW’s and in Bijapurfor SD's.The camp training started with morning Physical Training, followed by theory class regarding H and H,(i.e health and hygiene) ,Map Reading, Judging Distance and Field Signals. After thatthere was a test regarding one of the subject and had warm up session for obstacles training. Also there was Tent pitching session where the cadets need to put up tents with the necessary equipment’s with the help of co-cadets. The camp was concluded on 8-sep- 2017./p>

    Pre TSC-2 Camp

    The Pre TSC-2 was conducted from 9th September 2017 to 16th September at Bijapur where the selected Cadets from Pre TSC-1 are supposed to get trained for the final camp. The camp training started with morning Physical Training, then had the theory class regarding H and H ,(i.e health and hygiene) ,Map Reading , Judging Distance and Field Signals. After which there was test regarding any one of the subject. There was warm up sessions for obstacles training and had Tent pitching session where one needs to put up tents with the necessary equipment’s with the help of co-cadets. The cadets were also asked to clean the camp site during free time which was insisted on behalf of Swach Bharath Abhiyan. The camp concluded by selecting the final list of Cadets for All India ThalSainik Camp and providing them with the necessary kits required for the camp

    RDC (PRE IGC 1) Camp

    The pre IGC 1 was held from October 3rd to 12th October at Ganadeepa Academy, Devanahalli . The pre IGC camp was conducted at Ganadeepa academy, Devanahalli. The morning session of the camp started off with warm up to ensure and build up the physical fitness. The regular drill training was followed after warm-up session. The cultural competitions were also conducted to select the best cadets. In last three days the selections were taken place for both drill and cultural. The selected cadets were advanced for the next level.

    Republic day

    Republic Day was celebrated on 26th January 2018.The day started with the reporting of the cadets at 6:30am for the for Republic Day celebrations. NCC cadets, NSS and CSA volunteers also attended the celebrations. The flag hoisting ceremony was done by Fr. Augustine George. The head of placement cell of the college, delivered the message. After the celebration, regular parade routine was started with warm up session followed by drill practice and rifle drill practice. The parade was dispersed by singing the NCC song which was followed by National Anthem.

    Sports Day

    The sports day was held on 16th December 2017.The parade was invoked with a splendid march by the piloting team to welcome the chief guest of the day Shri N Chandrasekhar Rai, Honorable secretary Karnataka Athletics association, was lead with the piloting team.The chief guest of the day inspired us with his words and his achievements, the cadets as well as the other students of the college were motivated by his life. The sports day march-past was led by the college NCC drill Contingent. The day ended with the participation of the cadets in various sports events organized by the college.

    Swachhata Pakhwada

    Swachhata Pakhwada is an event to educate and make awareness about the environmental issues. On 15th September 2017, Kristu Jayanti College gave opportunity for NCC cadets to visit a garbage dumping yard and gain knowledge about garbage segregation and recycling. Waste is not a behavior that most city dwellers are familiar with. It may be possible to bring more substantive shift in thinking and behavior towards waste by integrating environment education center on solid waste management beginning at the elementary level.

    ThalSainik Camp

    The All India ThalSanik camp commenced from 18th September 2017 to 28th September 2017 at the capital city of our country, New Delhi. Col Navdeep Singh Multani was the camp Commandant. The cadets representing Karnataka and Goa directorate won silver medal in the obstacle Training. There were also different activities and events conducted for which the cadets won 1st place for quiz which was based on Cancer awareness. The last day of the camp was filled with fun as the cadets where taken for sightseeing (Delhi Darshan) places like Qutubminar, Lotus Temple and the India gate. It was a proud feeling to see these historical monuments as they were the pride of our country. The camp was concluded on 28thSeptember 2017.

    Tree Plantation Drive

    The Tree plantation drive was organized on 4th June 2017 started with the reporting of the cadets at 8:00 am in the college ground and moved to Nagenahalli for the tree plantation. The Drive was inaugurated by Mrs. Radhama Venkatesh, Corporator, Horamavu Ward and Fr. Josekutty P.D, Principal, Kristu Jayanti College. Mrs. Venkatesh addressed the gathering and stressed on how to take care of the environment. Later 85 saplings were planted jointly by NCC cadets, NSS and CSA volunteers. The initiative taken by students in planting trees was very much appreciated by faculties.

    TSC (Pre IGC) Camp

    The camp was organized from 31st July 2017 to 9th August by 4 KAR BATTALION NCC, Tumkuru. The Camp commenced with the opening address given by camp commdont Col.Y S Parmar. Every day the session started with morning warm up followed by obstacles training and breakfast. There was firing training and later used to go for map reading on Aramanekallu hills. There were many tests on topics like Health and Hygiene, Judging Distance & Field Signals. After the training, a task was also given to put up tent with all the accessories in allotted time. Theory classes were also conducted on Map Reading and Health and Hygiene.

    TSC Selection Camp

    The camp was conducted from 13th June 2017 to 22nd June 2017at Tumkur ,it started with the opening address given by camp ComdtCol.Y S PARMAR , CO of 4 KAR BN NCC. Every day the session started with morning warm up followed by obstacles training and then moved to firing range for firing sessions. There were many tests going on simultaneously like Health and Hygiene ,Judging Distance, Field Signals etc. Also there were sessions on tent pitching and theory classes were organized on Map Reading. TSC camp helped cadets to nurture themselves and also build the spirit of teamwork and unity among them. It encouraged leadership along with discipline amongst the cadets and helped them to enhance their abilities for the next camp.

    Blood Donation

    KJC’s Jayantian Extension Services in association with Lions Blood Bank, TTK Rotary Blood bank and Nimhans Blood Bank organised blood donation camp on 17/01/2017 from 9:00am to 3:30 pm in Main Auditorium. NCC,CSA and NSS members volunteered for the Programme by escorting the students, guiding them for registration, blood test and supplying refreshments. CSA volunteers had the responsibility of escorting students and supplying refreshments. Approximately 350 units of blood were collected by the blood banks. Various students and staff of KJC and blood banks donated blood. There was active participation of the Jayantians in donating blood.

    CATC II Camp

    CATC II Camp was organized with the objective to provide a framework and foundation on NCC, and on its values and principles .The journey to camp started on 25th of July from the college. The first day was spent on settling and to know the fellow cadets from different battalions. The camp was organized by 3 KAR BN. Every day there was exercises followed by drill training and theory classes. Various cultural and sports competitions were held. Our college was part of Delta Coy and bagged first in ballet and volley ball; second in drill competitions. Also the cadets secured second position in the overall championship. The camp also conducted blood donation and eye donation pledge and motivated the youths towards the welfare of donation. All the cadets were taken to Dandupalaya to clean the village and upheld the motto of Swach Bharath.

    IGC Camp

    IGC camp was held to conduct various competitions like drill and cultural among different groups of Karnataka and Goa directorate and to select the best among them for PRE RDC. The camp commenced on 09th of November at Aloka vihar Palace, Mysuru. The camp was organized by 13 KAR BN Mysore. The camp was organized in such a way that the first day had drill competitions for SD’S and on the second day for SW’S. From the third day the cultural competitions started NIAP and Flag area competition. The results and the prize distribution were held on the eighth day. The closing ceremony was on the ninth day and cultural programs were arranged by the cadets of CATC.

    Independence Day

    Kristu Jayanti College celebrated 70th Independence day on 15th August 2016 , a day that all the Indians celebrate irrespective of their caste,religion,creed,etc. All NCC cadets, volunteers of NSS and CSA of our college and few other localites participated in the event.The celebration started off by hoisting the National Falg by Rev.Fr.Jose Kutty P.D, Principal follwed by National Anthem.Then the Independence day speech was delivered by Prof.Ramya from the Department of Humanities. The Rank was distributed to all the senior cadets by Rev.Fr.Jose Kutty.P.D, Principal. It was a great movement of honour for all the senior cadets and they were also appreciated by the Principal for their hardwork and dedication to achieve their rank. Finally sweets were distributed to all.

    Kargil Vijay Diwas

    The 17th anniversary of Kargil Vijay Diwas was remembered in our college on 29th July 2016. It was commemrated in the honour of historic war heroes of Kargil. Kargil Vijay Diwas is observed to mark the end of the Kargil war.The war lasted for about two months and a total number of 527 soldiers of Indian armed force sacrificed their lives to defend Kashmir. Tribute was paid to martyrs of Kargil by our Fr. Josekutty P.D, Principal and Fr. Augustin George, Vice Principal. Kargil Vijay Diwas was celebrated with great enthusiasm by NCC cadets as well as staff members.

    NIC Camp

    The camp commenced on 18th of January at Toranangallu, Bellary. The camp was organized by 32 KAR BN. The camp was organized in such a way that the first day had briefing up and opening address by GC of Bellary. From the third day the cultural competitions started NIAP and Flag area competition. The results and the prize distribution were held on the eight day. The closing ceremony was on the ninth day and cultural programs were arranged by the cadets of NIC. NIC camp helped us to learn how to compete with the other peer groups and inculcated competitive spirit among us. It helped us to know about cultures of other states.

    Personality Development Program

    Life skills training organized by EXPA (Exchange Participants Association) members for NCC cadets of Bangalore A group from June 10th- 14th 2016 at Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. A total of 39 cadets attended the program. The program was conducted for 5 consecutive days from 8.30am to 6.30pm.

    Communication, public speaking, digital writing, team building, interpersonal skills are some of the topics covered during the 5 days program. The activities conducted during the program will benefit the cadets throughout their life, helps in understanding oneself, improve their confidence and overcome the fear of public speaking and improves team building skills.

    The program conducted will have impact on the day-to-day life of cadets. The program was concluded with an official certification ceremony which was held in the presence of DDG Air Commodore C. Rajeev.

    PRE IGC I Camp

    PRE IGC I Camp, which was held to train BANGALORE A group for the group competitions and to select the best out of the lot. The journey to the camp started on 10th of October 2016 from the college. The first day cadets were asked to report and were assigned with documentation work. The opening address was given by camp Comdt Lt.Col.Rohitash. The camp was organized by 1 KARNATAKA GIRLS BATTALION. Every day the session started with exercises and warm up sessions after which the cadets practiced for cultural programs. They were trained by Maj.Raghvendra.C of 1 KAR SIG REGMNT.

    PRE IGC II Camp

    PRE IGC II Camp was held to train BANGALORE A group for the group competitions and to select the best out of the lot. The journey started on 19th of October, 2016from the college. The first day the cadets were asked to report and were assigned with documentation work. The opening address was given by camp Comdt. Col.Rajeev Gupta . The camp was organized by 1 KARNATAKA BATTALION. Every day the session started with exercises followed by warm up sessions after which the cadets practiced for cultural programs. There was selection for drill and culturals and three cadets were selected. The last day evening i.e. on 29th October 2016, cadets got movement order and carried back a lot of lessons and memories to cherish.

    PRE IGC III Camp

    PRE IGC III Camp was held on 31st October 2016 to train BANGALORE cadets. The first day the cadets were asked to report and were assigned with documentation work. The opening address was given by camp Comdt. Col. Dandonna. The camp was organized by 3 KARNATAKA BATTALION. Every day the session started with exercises followed by warm up sessions after which the cadets practiced for cultural programs. A demo of the whole IGC plan was presented in the presence of Col.G R Hedge. The last day evening i.e. on 9th August, the cadets got movement order and carried back a lot of lessons and memories to cherish.

    Republic day

    Republic day was celebrated on 26th January 2017.The main objective of the parade is to celebrate Republic day and prepare the cadet for their B and C Certificate examination. This parade was mainly focused on the process of drill test. The parade started with the celebration of Republic day followed by drill test and training for B and C certificate exam. It was the last parade and there were a lot of physical tasks and theory session was taken about drill

    Sports Day

    Sports day was held on 17th December 2016, the parade began with the arrival of the Honorable chief guest Mr. Ramakrishna, Superintendent of police and Mr.Prabhakaran, Media Co-ordinator. The contingent was all set for the drill. The parade was marked as a best show by the guests and audience. After the drill there was a photo session with all the dignitaries which increased the pride of cadets. The Sports Day parade of the year was an energetic parade as all drill contingent were in a good spirit to march in front of the Chief Guest, Father’s, Faculty members, and audience. The parade increased the spirit of unity, co-ordination and discipline among the whole contingent.


    SSB capsule was conducted from 1st December 2016 to 10th December 2016 at NCC officers training academy Gwalior, it was only for SW cadets. There were around 50 cadets across India who attended this camp out of which four cadets from Karnataka and Goa attended this camp, including one cadet from Kristu Jayanti College, Bengaluru SUO Divya Raju. SSB capsule was very informative and helpful in developing good knowledge about various interview procedures and moreover to portray one’s true self. This camp helped to develop a good and strong dedication towards the passion motivating one to achieve it, though there are several hindrances on the way to achieve it.

    Tree Plantation

    The Event was conducted on 9th July 2016. From the group 2nd year and 3rd year cadets were taken to K.Narayanapura near government school for tree plantation under the guidance of ANO Lt Sarvesh .B.S. and PI staff Sundaram. Cadets enthusiastically participated in tree plantation and ANO guided and encouraged every cadet. A total of 5 plants were planted in the surrounding the area. Pl staff Sundaram sir also helped in this process and taught how to plant trees properly so that they live for long period of time.

    Youth Exchange Program 2016 (Bangladesh)

    The youth Exchange program was conducted from 13th December 2016-23rd December 2016 to develop International Awareness, Mutual Respect for cultural values, broadmindedness, tolerance, dignity of labour, improve communication skills improve organization skills, love & respect for others, love and respect for one’s own country, national integration and international understanding. The cadet reported at DGNCC camp, Delhi Cantonment, on 03December 2016. The selected cadets were received with warm welcome by the Delegation Leader, Deputy Delegation Leader and staff of YEP block.

    Camp Report

    The National Integrated Camp-Toranagallu was organized by the 38 Karnataka Battalion NCC. The camp site was located in the Para Military Training Campus, Toranagallu, Bellary District. The camp Commenced on the 17th and came to an end on 28th of January 2016. The cadets of Kristu Jayanti College boarded the night train to Bellary on 16th from Bangalore City Railway Station. The cadets joined the other Bangalore A group cadets in the railway station, accompanied by Petty Officer Vaskar Chanda from 1 Karnataka NAVAL Unit.

    Independence Day

    On 15th of August 2015, the day we celebrated the 69th Independence Day. It was also the day the ranks were distributed to the cadets. The reporting time was 7 A.M. The national flag was hoisted by Father Lijo P Thomas and Father Emmanuel, which was followed by the distribution of ranks to the cadets. The celebrations were concluded by singing the national anthem lead by our SUO Sreenidhi.

    Kargil Vijay Diwas 2015

    The NCC group organized the Kargil vijay diwas in the college on 27th July 2015. All the Jayantians paid their respect to our martyr’s. All the 80 NCC cadets took part in the event with patriotism. The event started with the welcoming of the chief guests by the piloting team which was led by Sgt. Rahul Yadav. Later the SUO Sreenidhi gave cautions to the cadets. Then Rev. Fr. Augustine George, vice- Principal had presented reet in the honor of the soldiers followed by lighting of Amar Jawan Jyoti by Rev Fr. Lijo P Thomas, financial administrator and Rev Fr. Som Zacharia, director of library. A moment of silence was maintained by the Jayantians, reaffirming commitment to upholding the integrity and sovereignty of the country. The event was ended by singing the national anthem.

    National Integrated Camp

    The National Integrated Camp-Toranagallu was organized by the 38 Karnataka Battalion NCC. The camp site was located in the Para Military Training Campus, Toranagallu, Bellary District. The camp Commenced on the 17th and came to an end on 28th of January 2016. The cadets of Kristu Jayanti College boarded the night train to Bellary on 16th from Bangalore City Railway Station. The cadets joined the other Bangalore A group cadets in the railway station, accompanied by Petty Officer Vaskar Chanda from 1 Karnataka NAVAL Unit.

    Republic Day

    It was a great honor for all NCC cadets to attend the Republic Day in Kristu Jayanti college, we started our parade by hosting our National Flag were the National Flag was hoisted by our respected Principal Kutty.P.D. followed by our National Anthem and we took an oath after our SUO Sreenidhi .Then a speech was given by our MBA Porf Sumeeth.The Republic Day honoring parade was broken off by distributing sweets as a recognition of this auspicious day.

    Siachen Glacier

    This event was held on 13th February 2016 to pay tribute to the brave Indian soldiers who lost their lives in the Siachen Glaciers. A moment of silence was observed by the whole college in order to honor the soldiers who lost their lives fighting for the nation.

    The names of those brave hearts are:
    SEPOY GANESAN(Tamil Nadu)
    HAVALDAR . S KUMAR(Tamil Nadu)
    SAP MUSTAQ AHMED(Andhra Pradesh)
    SEPOY MAHESHA(Karnataka)
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