National Cadet Corps (NCC)/ Rovers Activities
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NCC Activities

National Cadet Corps, an Indian military cadet corps, fosters the spirit of teamwork and man-management and leads to the development of a more pleasing overall personality of the youth of the country. It plays a significant part in moulding a person's character. It channelizes the energy and dynamism of young men towards activities beneficial to them and to the society. It fosters constructive use of leisure time, wholesome recreation, wide cultural sympathies, abiding social consciousness and an alert mind.Subodh has always actively and energetically participated in NCC. We associate our students with the service with an aim to develop their character, comradeship, discipline, a secular outlook, the spirit of adventure and ideals of selfless service. Through this association, we prepare a pool of organized, trained and motivated youth with leadership qualities in all walks of life, who will serve the Nation regardless of which career they choose. The trained cadets get preference in the armed and paramilitary forces as well.

Session 2020-21 :

  • UO Hemendra Singh Rathore was awarded with DG Commendation in IMA Attachment Camp 2020-2021
  • Cadet Madhusudan Singh participated in Republic Day Camp held at New Delhi on January 26, 2021.
  • Cadet Bhumika Trivedi was selected as the Best Cadet of Rajasthan from NCC directorate Rajasthan,2020- 21
  • Our students UO Tanishka Sharma and UO Hemendra Singh were selected as the best cadets of Rajasthan and also got the opportunity to represent India in the youth Exchange programme.
  • The Cadets UO Manoj Nehra represented Rajasthan in the Youth Exchange Programme. UO Manoj Nehra was adjudged the best cadet in overall Programme by Rajasthan Directorate.
  • SUO Krishna Nand Chaurasiyawas awarded the DG medal of Best cadet in Republic Day Camp Guard of Honour at New Delhi by DG NCC. He is the one of the cadets from Rajasthan Directorate to have received this honour.
  • Three Cadets UO Tanishka Sharma, UO Prashant Burdak and UO Hemendra Singh participated in Republic Day Parade 2020 at Rajpath, New Delhi.
  • Cadet Nikhil Khandelwal and Nagendra represented Rajasthan state in Basic leadership camp along with other eminent personalities of the Punjab Directorate.

Session 2019-20 :

  • Our students UO Tanishka Sharma and UO Hemendra Singh were selected as the best cadets of Rajasthan and also got the opportunity to represent India in the youth Exchange programme.
  • The Cadets UO Manoj Nehra represented Rajasthan in the Youth Exchange Programme. UO Manoj Nehra was adjudged the best cadet in overall Programme by Rajasthan Directorate.
  • SUO Krishna Nand Chaurasiya was awarded the DG medal of Best cadet in Republic Day Camp Guard of Honour at New Delhi by DG NCC. He is the one of the cadets from Rajasthan Directorate to have received this honour.
  • Three Cadets UO Tanishka Sharma, UO Prashant Burdak and UO Hemendra Singh participated in Republic Day Parade 2020 at Rajpath, New Delhi.
  • Cadet Nikhil Khandelwal and Nagendra represented Rajasthan state in Basic leadership camp along with other eminent personalities of the Punjab Directorate.


ROVER and RANGERS

At Subodh, we focus on comprehensive development of our students. We encourage them beyond the academic activities and motivate them towards the service of the community. Rovers & Rangers strive hard to achieve the prime objective of Bharat Scout & Guide to render their services for the betterment of society and teach them basic survival skills. Various training programmes are scheduled like tent making, gadgets making, drill and march-past which have exposed the students to various skills. The achievements of our students and teams are as follows:

Session 2020-21 :

  • On May 31, 2021, the rover-ranger unit of our college organized an online quiz on the occasion of “World No Tobacco Day” with the objective to aware students about the negative effect of tobacco on their health. Around 2500 students submitted their responses.
  • On May 28, 2021, the Ranger unit organized an E-awareness program on “Menstrual Hygiene Management” on the occasion of Menstrual Hygiene Day, 2021. Dr. Richa Singhal interviewed Ms. Ambika Warrier, counselling Psychologist and Therapist and Founder of Aananda Centre for Counseling on the girl’s psychology during menstruation. Dr. Vibha Chaturvedi, C.K. Birla Hospital, Jaipur was the keynote speaker of this program. She focused on the hygiene that we should adopt during menstruation. Around 600 girls participated in this program.
  • On January 26, 2020 marking the auspicious Republic Day, Dr. Richa Singhal, the Ranger leader was awarded with the State Level Award by Rajasthan Rajya Bharat Scout and Guide,Jaipur. She received the award for her commendable contribution in the different ventures of the Ranger unit.
  • Eight Rovers of our college actively participated in Cycle Bike Rally on September 6, 2020 from Jaipur to Ajmer. The event was jointly organised by Local Association Ramniwas Bagh and Local Association Jhotwara.
  • Our college rovers provided their services on different locations in Jaipur city during the Covid Pandemic in the month of August and September,2020. The programme was organised by Bharat Scout & Guide, Division headquarter Banipark, Jaipur and Local Association, Ramniwas Bagh,Jaipur.
  • College Rovers and rangers marked their presence at the Collectorate for the celebration of the birth anniversary of the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi organized by Rajasthan State Bharat Scout and Guide on October 2, 2020.
  • Our college Rover Tripurari Pareek got selected for National Youth Camp in Manali (Himachal Pradesh) from Rajasthan Region. He successfully participated in the camp from December 22-26, 2020 organised by Bharat Scout & Guide National Youth Adventure Institute, Gadpuri (Haryana)
  • Our College Rover Tripurari Pareek successfully participated in National Level Skill Development Programmeheld at Bhilai (Chhattisgarh) organised by The Barat Scout & Guide National Headquarters, New Delhi from September 17-26, 2020
  • Dr. Richa Singhal, Ranger leader along with 21 College Rangers participated in the National Level Webinar on Youth Week Celebration organized by National Headquarters Rajasthan State Bharat Scout and Guide from January 9-11,2021.
  • On the National Youth Day, college Rovers and Rangers participated in an online quiz organized by Rajasthan State Bharat Scout and Guide on January 12, 2021.
  • Our Rover Leader Dr. Pawan Sharma and 15 Rovers hadactively participated in Cycle Rally on January 12, 2021 on the occasion of YuvaDiwas.The event was organised by Rajasthan Scout & Guide, Mandal Head Quarter, Banipark Jaipur.The Chief Guest of the event was Sh. MuneshGurjar, Mayor Heritage Municipal Corporation, Jaipur.
  • Four rangers of the college, Shanu Rajput, Priya Kanwar, Neha Sikarwal and Ritu Sharma participated in National Youth Adventure Programme held at Sate Training Center, Bhopani, Dehradun from January 18-22, 2021.
  • Rovers and Rangers contributed towards the society through mask distribution, foods for animals, plantation and awareness for vaccine in this pandemic time.
  • The Rover- ranger unit of the college presented a folk dance in a State Award Distribution Program organized by Bharat Scout and Guide at JagatpuraTraining Centre. The Governor of Rajasthan, Shri Kalraj Mishra, Chief Guest of the event and Dr. Arun Chaturvedi, Rajasthan President, Scout and Guide graced the occasion with their presence. They appreciated the performance of participating college students.
  • Three rangers of the college,Preeti Sharma, Rajni Khanna and Anisha Jain participated in State Level Desert Tracking Programme held from February 26– March 1, 2020 at Barmer, Rajasthan.

Session 2019-20 :

  • On January 26, 2020 marking the auspicious Republic Day, Dr. Richa Singhal, the Ranger leader was awarded with the State Level Award by Rajasthan Rajya Bharat Scout and Guide, Jaipur. She received the award for her commendable contribution in the different ventures of the Ranger unit.
  • Our thirty Rovers provided their services on the occasion of “Krishna Janmashtami” on 24th August, 2019 at Govind Dev ji Temple, Jaipur with the association of Scout & Guide Local Association, Jaipur.
  • Our nine Rangers successfully participated in State Level 61st Rover Moot and 47th Ranger meet from 26th December-30th December, 2019 at Alaniya, Kota.
  • A Blood Donation Camp was organized on 12th February, 2020 by Rovers and Rangers in the college campus where around 350 units of blood was collected.
  • The Rover- ranger unit of the college presented a folk dance in a State Award Distribution Program organized by Bharat Scout and Guide at Jagatpura Training Centre. The Governor of Rajasthan, Shri Kalraj Mishra, Chief Guest of the event and Dr. Arun Chaturvedi, Rajasthan President, Scout and Guide graced the occasion with their presence. They appreciated the performance of participating college students.
  • Our two rangers namely Preeti Sharma and Ashvini Jangid successfully completed National Level Rover-ranger Meet on the occasion of celebrating the Centenary of Rangering from 19th August to 23rd August 2019. Many students from different states participated in this camp. Ashvini Jangid received first prize for her best performance in Chari dance and Preeti Sharma got second prize in Slogan Writing and Poster Making.
  • From 19th August- 23rd August 2019, the second unit of RANGERS comprising of twenty-four students from different streams have completed their training under the banner of “Bharat Scout and Guide”. During the camp, they participated in different activities and completed provided task with full enthusiasm.
  • A tree plantation initiative was organized on 10th September 2019 at the college premises by the Rovers Crew and Rangers team under the banner of Rajasthan Bharat Scout and Guide. Our Principal welcomed Chief Guest, Mr. Rafeeq Khan, MLA, Adarsh Nagar, Jaipur. He addressed and appreciated the students for their efforts. He then led the crew to Gaushala for plantation.
  • As a mark of respect and commitment, the Rover-Ranger unit of our college happened to form the longest file of all at the Parade 2020 held at SMS Stadium.