National Cadet Corps (NCC)/ Rovers Activities

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 2021-22 :

  • UO Ravi Kumar Pandey attended IMA Dehradun Attachment Camp 2021-2022.
  • SUO Bhanu Pratap Singh, UO Vijay Kumar, Cadet Lakshay Sharma & Ms. Divyanshi Sharma participated in Republic Day Camp held at New Delhi on January 26, 2022.
  • Cadet Tilak Pareek & Cadet Deepanshi Shekhawat was selected as the Best Cadet of Rajasthan from NCC Directorate Rajasthan, 2021- 22.
  • Cadet Divyanshi Sharma participated in Republic Day parade on Rajpath with Rajasthan NCC contingent on January 26, 2022.


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 2021-22 :

  • Five rangers of the college, Shanu Rajput, Priya Kanwar, Neha Sikarwal, Ritu Sharma and Simran Saini were awarded with Rajya Puraskar by the Governor of Rajasthan, held at Baswara on April 25,2022.
  • Dr. Richa Singhal, Ranger leader and Dr. Pawan Sharma, Rover leader were awarded with a state level award in Annual general meeting of the local association, Ramniwas Bagh on July 30, 2021, by Rajasthan Rajya Bharat scout and guide, Jaipur. They received the award for their commendable contribution in the different ventures throughout the pandemic.
  • Dr. Richa Singhal, Department of EAFM and Dr. Deepika Mishra, Department of Zoology participated in a seven-day Basic Ranger Leader Training Camp from January 17 – 23, 2022 at Bharat Scout and Guide Headquarters located at Bani Park, Jaipur, Rajasthan. The basic activities performed were cultural programmes, march past, mountaineering etc.
  • Shanu Rajput, B.Sc. Sem. V participated in the 3rd SAANSO Adventure Camp and 23rd International Adventure Programme held at National Adventure Institute, Pachmarhi, India from February 2-8, 2022 organized by the Bharat Scouts and Guides.
  • 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, 2021.
  • The Rover Rangers unit of the college organized a two- wheeler rally for COVID awareness in collaboration with Rajasthan State Bharat Scouts and Guides, Jaipur on February 8, 2022. Chief Guest Shri Niranjan Arya, Former Chief Secretary and currently Advisor Chief Minister appreciated the efforts made by the Rover Ranger Unit of the college for social awareness and flagged off the rally. Shri P. C. Jain, State Chief Commissioner; Shri Pooran Singh Shekhawat, ASOC (Rovers) and Ms. Neeta Sharma, ASOC (Rangers) from Rajasthan State Bharat Scouts and Guides were also present to grace the occasion.
  • On February 22, 2022, college organized a contemplation day under the joint aegis of Rajasthan State Bharat Scouts at Ram Niwas Bagh, Jaipur. Contemplation Day is organized around the world to commemorate the joint birthday of Lord Baden Powell and Lady Baden Powell. After the prayer meeting was organized by Circle Organizer Guide Smt. Ritu Sharma, a rally was organized at Albert Hall by all the Division Officers, in which the message of awareness regarding Scout Guide was shared.
  • A workshop on 'Yoga Meditation and Stress Management' was organized on Saturday, March 05, 2022. In the first session, Yoga Guru Shri Indrapal Saini explained the importance of Yoga through Yoga asanas. He said that yoga is a journey through the soul to the self. In the second session, Mr. Abhishek Soti, Computer Engineer, who deals with Meditation and Stress and is also a management expert, took over. The session was a learning on tips regarding getting rid of the stress in day-to-day life.
  • On March 12, 2022 the rovers-ranger leaders along with about 50 rovers-rangers participated in the 92nd anniversary of the historic Dandi Yatra. Respected Shri Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister, Government of Rajasthan, Shri Pratap Singh Khachariyawas, Food and Supplies, Cabinet Minister, Government of Rajasthan, Dr. Dharmendra Chahar, State Liaison Officer, National Service Scheme, Government Secretariat, Jaipur, addressed thousands of volunteers.
  • On the occasion of Mother Earth Day, “Eco Club” was inaugurated on April 22, 2022 by Mrs. Neeta Sharma, ASOC and Mr. Sharad Singh, CO, Rajasthan State Bharat Scout and Guide, Jaipur. The club members took a pledge to keep 500 parindas on the roofs, balconies of the house and public places and ensure regular changing of water.
  • Rovers-rangers from the college participated in “Child Marriage Protection Rally” started from Division Office, Rajasthan State Bharat Scout and Guide, Banipark on May 2, 2022.