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32 Nizamabad NCC cadets felicitated

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They had participated in R-Day celebrations and All-India Thal Sainik Camp in New Delhi recently

NCC Nizamabad Group Commander B.S. Gokula giving away commendation letters to the cadets who took part in the Republic Day celebrations in Delhi, in Nizamabad on Thursday. - Photo: K.V. Ramana
NCC Nizamabad Group Commander B.S. Gokula giving away commendation letters to the cadets who took part in the Republic Day celebrations in Delhi, in Nizamabad on Thursday. - Photo: K.V. Ramana

National Cadets Corps (NCC) Nizamabad Group Commander Col. B.S. Gokula, at a function here on Thursday, felicitated the 32 cadets who had participated in the Republic Day celebrations and All-India Thal Sainik Camp in New Delhi and also at All-India Mavlankar Shooting Championship at Asansol in West Bengal this year.

Speaking on the occasion, he said that this was a great achievement of the Group as it fielded a large number of cadets in Andhra Pradesh contingent for the RD camp. The instructional staff was also felicitated for training the cadets. Also, Lt. Amit Kumar Paul who was an NCC cadet and recently got commissioned in the Indian Army after being trained by the NCC Group Nizamabad, was honoured.

The Group headquarters achieved considerably since its establishment and won the best group championship consecutively for the second time for the year 2012.

The Group was awarded the Chief Minister’s Banner during the NCC Day celebrations on November 24 last year, according to Col. Gokula.

It had conducted various social service and community developmental activities in the region and was praised by one and all.

It has also been guiding and training the cadets for their career choice, especially in Defence and Paramilitary Services.


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