The National Cadet Corps (NCC) was formed on 15th July 1948 through an act of the Parliament of India, with ‘Unity and Discipline’ as its motto. It aims to develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and sportsmanship and the ideals of selfless service among the youth of the country; so as to create a human resource of organized, trained and motivated youth to provide leadership in all walks of life including the Armed Forces and be always available for the service of the nation. As a premier youth based voluntary organization in the country, it recruits cadets from high schools, colleges and Universities all over India and grooms them to become responsible citizens of our society and the country at large.
The National Cadet Corps, Patkai Christian College, since its formation in 1988, has always been an active organization, playing its responsible role in various functions and activities, both within and outside the college. Today, the college has two NCC Units, the Air Wing, attached to 1 (NL) AIR SQN (FLGT), NCC, Dimapur and the Army Wing (Girls) attached to 1 (NL) Girls Battalion, NCC, Kohima. In addition, the college was also a part of the 38 autonomous colleges in India exclusively selected by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to start NCC as an elective subject with credit points with effect from academic session 2013-14. The NCC Units of the college is now being taken care of two trained Associates NCC Officers (ANOs); Flying Officer Wetshete Thopi (Asstt. Professor, Political Science Department), who completed his training at Officers’ Training Academy, Kamptee, and Ruokuonieno Ziekhru (Asstt. Professor, Political Science Department).
1. Cadet Kalam was awarded 1st position in painting during the National Integration Camp held at Mumbai.
2. NCC, Patkai, secured 1st position in Group dance and runners-up in NIAP at NIC, Mumbai.
3. The NCC Unit of the college emerged the winners in the National Integration Awareness Program and Group dance competition during the Special National Integration Camp 2017.
4. Cadets, Thejano and Shangtajonliu were awarded the annual NCC Cadet Welfare Scholarship for the academic year 2016-17.
5. Two cadets, Thejano and Asuno were selected to attend the prestigious Army Attachment Camp at Officers’ Training Academy, Gwalior to be held in April 2016.
Employ with competence and understanding an appropriate range of verbal and non-verbal skills in wide variety of specified situations.
Show considerable competence in interpersonal communication skills and use verbal and non-verbal expression with ease and confidence.
Integrate consciously knowledge, understanding and skills in a secure and sustained performance.
Demonstrate a high degree of competence in interactive speaking in both informal and simulated formal situations.
Interact with individuals, groups and/or specified simulated audiences
Initiate and participate effectively in discussion with the examiner and/or fellow group members.
Demonstrate confidence, perceptiveness and appropriate listening skills.
Present and summarise a range of information, ideas, concepts and opinions from a variety of sources.
Demonstrate an ability to prepare, design and deliver informative talks with authority and competence, using audio and visual aids as appropriate.
Demonstrate a use of language that is vivid and powerful and meets the demands of specific situations.
Employ a range of communication skills and tools with sophistication and understanding to present and engage with complex and challenging ideas.