NCC Certificate Benefits; How to Join NCC?

NCC Certificate Benefits: National Cadet Corps is a military cadet corps wing of the Indian Armed Forces. It is basically a training program which is open to all the children of schools and colleges. It inculcates discipline and dedication in the students towards their country and their people. The NCC Traning Program duration is 3 years. It is conducted to develop the student’s interest in the defence services for the country. Candidates are provided with certificates which have many benefits. In this article, you will get to know the NCC Certificate Benefits and also the joining procedure.

NCC Certificate Benefits

NCC Certificate Benefits

On completing the training years in NCC, Candidates are awarded different certificates. Basically, there are three types of certificates A, B and C. Every certificate has its own benefits associated with it. Candidates get extra marks and many relaxations in applying for various jobs in any field. The NCC Certificates also help those who want to make a career in the defence forces. The detailed benefits have been provided in the article below.

NCC Certificates: Highlights

Article CategoryNCC Certificates Benefits
Organization NameNational Cadet Corps
HeadquarterNew Delhi
Headed ByDirector General
NCC MottoUnity and Discipline
AllegianceIndian Army
Indian Air Forces
Indian Navy
Total Directorates17
Available ForAll students of schools and colleges
Training DurationSenior Wing- 3 Years
Junior Wing- 2 Years
NCC WingsJunior and Senior wings
Types of CertificateThree:
Certificate A
Certificate B
Certificate C
Certificate ValidityLifetime
NCC Official websitehttps://indiancc.nic.in/

How to Join NCC?

NCC training is available for every student irrespective of their gender. The training is provided in every govt and some private schools too. There are different training types for junior and senior students. For the junior students, it is called the junior wing training and for the senior students, it is called the senior wing training. Now in the below passage, you will get to know the joining process for both the junior and senior wings.

Junior Wing- For junior students, the eligible age to join the NCC is 13 years. The required training period for junior wing NCC is 2 years. So, in order to join the NCC, students have to contact the principal of their respective schools. If any school does not provide the facility of NCC training then they should communicate with the commanding Officer of the nearby NCC unit.

Senior Wing- The maximum age limit for the students to apply for NCC Training is 26 years. The senior wing training period is 3 years. So those candidates who are interested in joining the training can contact their concerned college/institute authorities. And if the college does not provide the facility then they should communicate with the commanding Officer of the nearby NCC unit.

You can also enrol through the online website of NCC. Here you can get the steps for NCC Enrolment Procedure:

  1. First of all, you have to browse the NCC website- https://indiancc.nic.in/.
    NCC Homepage
  2. Now scroll down the homepage a little and you will see NCC Enrolment, click on that.
    NCC Enrolment
  3. The NCC Enrolment form will open.
    NCC Enrolment Form
  4. Fill in all the details and complete all four steps which are- Personal Details, Medical/Bank detail, Other and Document Upload.
  5. After completing all four steps, submit the form and download the form for later reference.

Eligibility for NCC Certificates

The NCC certificates are provided only to eligible candidates. Certificate ‘A’ is awarded after a year of training. Other B and C certificates are provided after the second and third year respectively. The NCC Certificate Eligibility has been discussed below for all types of certificates.

  1. Certificate ‘A’- The candidate has to complete a minimum of 75% of NCC training. Also, attending at least one annual camp is compulsory. No break exceeding 18 months is allowed for the availability of this ‘A’ type certificate.
  2. Certificate ‘B’- The candidate has to complete 75% of the NCC training and there should not be any gap exceeding 18 months during the training period. Attending one annual camp is a must.
  3. Certificate ‘C’- Apart from completing 75% of the training, participating in two annual camps is compulsory. Also, there should not be any gap exceeding 18 months during the training period.

NCC Certificates Benefits

The most beneficial certificate is certificate ‘C’. Indian Defence Forces and some PSUs provide some benefits for the NCC certificate holders. Check out the NCC ‘C’ Certificate Advantages which are listed below.

  1. Indian Army- The IMA reserves 32 vacancies for NCC C certificate holders in the regular course. In the UPSC CDS exam, the NCC C certificate cadets are exempted from the exam. Recruitment in BSF, CRPF, SSB, CISF etc offers 10-15 marks as a bonus. For the Soldier GD post, the exam is not compulsory for NCC C certificate holders.
  2. Indian Navy- The NCC C certificate holder gets 15 bonus marks for Artificer apprentice posts and 6 extra marks for sailor posts. In the Indian Navy 9 posts are reserved for the NCC C certified cadet.
  3. Indian Air Force- For the NCC C verified cadet, 5 extra marks are provided in all the recruitment posts. 10% of the total vacancies are reserved for the NCC cadet in the Pilot course.
  4. PSUs- Many public sector companies give some advantages to the NCC C certificate holders such as Indian Airlines, NSICL, Pawan Hans Ltd etc.

Important Links

Apply HereFor Online enrolment for NCC
For More DetailsNCC Official Website
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FAQs

What are the different kinds of NCC Certificates?

The different kinds of certificates provided in the NCC are- A, B, and C. Certificate ‘A’ is awarded after a year of training. Other B and C certificates are provided after the second and third year respectively.

What is the benefit of an NCC C certificate in the Indian Navy?

Indian Navy reserves 9 posts for NCC ‘C’ certified cadets. Different benefits are provided for different posts.

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