National Cadet Corps (NCC) is a youth development movement which aims to inculcate discipline and patriotism in young people. It is a Tri-Services Voluntary Organization comprising of Army, Navy and Air Force wing which recruits cadets from High Schools, Colleges and Universities all over the country. The Cadets are given basic training in handling small arms, social work, first aid, parades etc.
SAI International School was enrolled to the NCC in the year 2010 for Junior Girls Wing and in the year 2015, for Junior Boys Wing. The cadets undergo two consecutive years of training which qualifies them to appear for the ‘A’ Certificate examination.
SAI believes in the holistic development of students, and training students through NCC aids in its mission to instill discipline, confidence and imbibe in them the qualities of Global citizen. The cadets are groomed with a sense of responsibility and duty towards their nation. Students are given training on a regular basis by Internal and External Resource Persons.
Theory and Practical classes are held twice every week for each batch of student. The cadets are introduced to the aim of NCC, their song, culture etc as well as learn about the civil defence organisations and their responsibilities. They also get to know about the importance of social service, nature resource conservation and management, types of natural emergencies, rain water harvesting, literary enhancements, poverty alleviation and basics of first aid among others.
To inculcate a spirit of patriotism, students are briefed about Indian War Heroes, various Wars, organisation of Army, famous leaders of India, role of NCC during Natural calamities etc. They are also given training on importance of team work and personality development. They learn how to do march past, length of pace and time of marching, saluting at the march, etc. They are also trained to handle wounded people requiring first aid, firing and rock climbing.
The cadets attend various camps each year like Combined Annual Training Camos (CATC), Annual Training Camps (ATC) and Firing Camps. Several programmes are conducted every year as part of their training to enable them to carry out their responsibility with utmost dedication, dignity and honour.
- Tree Plantation
- Cleanliness Drive
- Gifting Saplings
- Rock Climbing
- Spreading awareness
- National Celebrations