Govt constitutes committee for ‘National Cadet Corps’
Post by RK News on Saturday, January 28, 2023
Srinagar, Jan 27: The Government on Friday constituted a constitution of the Advisory Committee for the National Cadet Corps under NCC Act,1948 for the Union territory of Jammu & Kashmir.
The GAD order issued on Friday states that the advisory committee will be headed by Lieutenant Governor, J&K, who will act as Chairman of the panel.
Chief Secretary, J&K, Administrative Secretary, Higher Education and School Education Department, Vice Chancellor of Universities in the Union territory of J&K. Additional Director General, NCC Dte JK&L, Representative of GOC-in C/HQ NC & HQ WC, Director School Education, Jammu & Kashmir, Two Principals from Colleges having Senior Division/Senior Wg
NCC to be nominated annually by the Government of J&K, two Headmasters/Headmistress of schools which provide a unit of Junior Division/Junior Wing NCC to be nominated annually by Government of J&K, Deputy Commissioners of Jammu & Srinagar, Representative of Finance Department, Any other member to be referred by the Hon'ble Lieutenant Governor, J&K will be the members of the committee.
While as Director/Addl. Director NCC Dte J&K and L. will be the Member Secretary for the said committee.
As per the order, the committee will make recommendations and tender advice to the Central Government and to the Union territory Government relating to NCC activities in several matters including formation of new units and disbandment of existing units, sub- units.
“Selection of colleges and schools which should raise units, selection of persons for appointments as officers in the Senior and Junior divisions,” it said.
It also look after any other matter which may be referred to it by the Central Government, UT Government or the Director General NCC as the case may be.
The committee will issue directions and tender advice to officers commanding units of the Senior Division and Director Public Instructions on the following matters:-
Improvement of training and training facilities for cadets, Improvement in the discipline in the units, and General welfare of officers and cadets