The NCC unit of the college has a capacity to enroll 52 cadets with a provision to enroll girl students. The unit has been making consistent efforts to instill discipline, sense of duty, patriotism and moral values in the youth. It has produced many disciplined cadets in the past who have brought Laurels to the college.
The college NCC unit is managed by Lieutenant Mallikarjun C Hadimani who is a Lecturer in the Department of Economics.
In line with these aims of NCC, the college has been making every effort to achieve them. Regular parades on every Wednesday are being held. All the cadets must strictly adhere to the rules and regulations laid down. The college has been making tremendous progress through sincere efforts in this sphere.
The NCC unit of the college has a capacity to enroll 52 cadets out of which there are 17 SW Cadets and 35 SD Cadets in the training year 2019-20. The unit has been making consistent efforts to instill discipline, sense of duty, patriotism and moral values in the youth.
NCC Report for the year 2017-18 Our NCC unit 28 Karnataka Battalion under the unit trains 52 cadets (Boys 35, Girls 17=22).in the first week of July First year cadets were selected, Nitin Moolya was chosen as under officer, our cadets have attended many training camps throughout the year. Independence Day was celebrated on 15 August 2017 Principal Dr. S.C. Mathpati hoisted the national flag and administered the NCC Oath Pledge to all cadets. On the same day the leadership of S/UO Nitin Moolya 22 cadets participated in Taluka Independence day celebration. Under the leadership of Hanumant Makale 4 Cadets were CATC (GP RDC-I) at Gadag from 22-07-2017 to 01-08-2017. Prof..M.C.Hadimani attended PRCN-162 at Khamptee, Nagpur from 03-07-2017 to 29-10-2017. Under the leadership of Miss. Laxmi Mugabasava 02 Cadets were attended CATC/RDC-III Camp held at Jadhav Nagar Belagavi From 30-10-2017 to 08-11-2017.. Republic day was celebrated on 26th January 2018 Principal Dr. S.C. Mathapati hoisted the national flag and administered the NCC Oath Pledge to all cadets. On 15th March 2018 NCC Day was celebrated Shri.Ramu G Arennavar Exicse Sub-Inspector Saundatti, was Chief Guest. Result: 22 Cadets attended‘B’Certificate and 17cadets attended ‘C’ Certificate Examination in this Year.
The NSS unit of our College provides a platform to the students for community work and developing a sense of involvement in the tasks of nation building. A variety of activities are organized every year to channelize the energy and idealism of the younger generation into creative pursuits. They educate students and society regarding many issues like health, sanitation, etc. Various health camps and cleanliness drives across campus and slum areas nearby are taken out regularly to create awareness and also to motivate people to work.
Each NSS unit in the college is expected to adopt a nearby village and work for its all around development. Regular activities and special campus should preferably be organized in the adopted village /rural unit for this purpose.