During the World war II, the authorities have faced the problem of finding sufficient number of gratified Indian officers for the armed forces. Though large posse of young men applied, majority were lacking rudimentary qualities solicited by the uniform-forces. In this back ground NATIONAL CADET CORPS, popularly known as N.C.C. was established in 1948 by an act of parliament Keeping in view the changing pattern, the aim and objectives of the NCC have been under went so many changes and presently the aims of the NCC is follows


  1. To develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure of sportsmanship and the ideals of selfless service among the youth to make them useful citizens.
  2. To create human resource of organized trained and motivated youths to provide leadership in all walks of life including armed forces and always available for the services of the nation.

The NCC is neither a second line of defense nor a Para-military force but it is a basically YOUTH MOVEMENT based in schools.


  1. Obey with a smile
  2. Be punctual
  3. Work Hard without fuss
  4. Make no excuses and tell no lies

Motto : Unity and discipline


NCC offers a wide spectrum of activities classified into five main areas.


It is paramount amongst these and it includes conduct of Annual training camps-RepublicDay camp-123, National Intigration camp,Thal sainik camp, community development is another area in which cadets have set an example by involving in various activities Vij., adult literacy, anti-drug, anti-leprosy and AIDS awareness campaigning and painting of trees to preserve ecology etc. N.C.C Unit started in our Vidyalaya during the Academic Year 2004 – 2005 with the Cadet strength 19.


NCC Unit 9 Karnataka Battalion NCC Unit Cunningham Road , Bangalore
Total Strength of NCC Cadet( As on 29/10 / 2016 ) 50 ( ½ JD Unit )
No of JD Cadets 29
No of JW Cadets 21
Total strength of SD/SW Cadets 52
No. of SD Cadets 26
No. of SW Cadets 26