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NCC Cadet welfare society

NCC Cadet Welfare Society awards Scholarships to meritorious NCC cadets.


Eligibility:

(a) Junior Division/ Wing Cadets
 
  (i) The scholarships for the Junior Division/Wing are awarded to the cadets who have passed the 10th standard or equivalent grade in the proceeding academic year to which the scholarship pertains and have obtained minimum 70% marks in the aggregate of all subjects in the qualifying examination.
  (ii) The application should have undergone training in the NCC as a cadet for at least two full years continuously with a minimum of 80% attendance in each year with exemplary discipline.
 
(b) Senior Division/Wing Cadets
 
  (i)

The scholarship for the Senior Division/Wing is awarded to the cadets who have passed intermediate or senior secondary (10 + 2 Pattern) or pre-degree/pre-University (2 years) if they were in NCC at 10+ 2 level. Where NCC was not available at 1 0 + 2 level, the award is given on the basis of marks obtained in the 2nd year course of Graduate Degree Examination or Diploma course in polytechnic. The total number of scholarships available is equally divided between Science and Arts/Commerce streams, provided sufficient number of applications in each stream are available.

  (ii) The applicant should have obtained minimum of 70% marks in the aggregate in case of Science stream and 60% in the case of Arts/Commerce stream.
  (iii)

The applicant should have undergone training in the NCC as a SD/SW cadet for at least two full years continuously with a minimum of 80% attendance in each year with exemplary discipline.
 

(c)

The Scheduled Caste/Scheduled/Tribe and Other Backward Classes (OBCs) applicants are given relaxation by 5% marks i.e. minimum marks limit is 65% for Junior Division/Wing. In Senior Division/Wing the minimum percentage for Science stream is 65% and 55% for Arts/Commerce streams. The OBCs candidates are required to attach a certificate with the application. Specimen of which can be obtained from their respective NCC Gp HQ.
 

(d)

       A bonus of 10% on the marks actually scored is given to SC/ST/OBC applicants to draw up combined merit list so as to ensure that SC/ST and OBC cadets get adequate representation. The bonus percentage will be granted only on attaining the minimum percentage laid in para (c) above.

For further conditions of eligibility and details contact your NCC Unit.

Authority:
NCC Cadets Welfare Society Directorate General NCC.

Notification:
July.

Last date:
August.


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