Ballia – NCC becomes selected subject, students receive benefits: Col. DS Malik

Baliya. The recognition of the NCC as an elective within the framework of the new education policy introduced by the central government has given young people a golden opportunity. The above things were said on Friday by the commander of the 93rd NCC Battalion Colonel DS Malik.
In a press release, Colonel Malik said that school and college students had to enroll separately with the NCC and received certificates after passing the NCC exam. The benefit was not given in the form of an educational degree, but now students are also given the educational degree benefit. This decision by the University Grants Commission gives students the right to choose NCC in their curriculum.
NCC is included in the curriculum as an elective with 24 credits. Students studying NCC as a chosen subject receive the benefit. It was said that students can get the curriculum and other information from DG NCC’s website for more information. Major Arvind Netra Pandey, Chief Proctor and NCC Coordinator of Jannayak Chandrasekhar University Ballia, praised the University Grants Commission’s decision and said there will be an opportunity to add more students to the NCC.

Baliya. The recognition of the NCC as an elective within the framework of the new education policy introduced by the central government has given young people a golden opportunity. The above things were said on Friday by the commander of the 93rd NCC Battalion Colonel DS Malik.

In a press release, Colonel Malik said that school and college students had to enroll separately with the NCC and received certificates after passing the NCC exam. The benefit was not given in the form of an educational degree, but now students are also given the educational degree benefit. This decision by the University Grants Commission gives students the right to choose NCC in their curriculum.

NCC is included in the curriculum as an elective with 24 credits. Students studying NCC as a chosen subject receive the benefit. It was said that students can get the curriculum and other information from DG NCC’s website for more information. Major Arvind Netra Pandey, Chief Proctor and NCC Coordinator of Jannayak Chandrasekhar University Ballia, praised the University Grants Commission’s decision and said there will be an opportunity to add more students to the NCC.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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