Rastriya Sewa Dal , Bhadrakali Kathmandu


About Us

Introduction:

The national cadet corps, Nepal was established in 1966 A.D. with the aim of producing loyal, disciplined, responsible and dedicated young individuals to become capable leaders and better citizens. Ever since its establishment, NCC Nepal has worked to instill qualities like nationalism, patriotism, discipline, espirit-de-corps, leadership and self-confidence – qualities that will serve them well in all walks of life and increase their utility of the Nation.

In the first 7 years of establishment, NCC Nepal successfully graduated 11 batches of Senior Division cadets. In the year 1974, Senior Division Training was discontinued in favor of initiating Junior Division Training. Since then, NCC Nepal has already conducted 42 batches of Junior Division Training Courses. From 2014, NCC Nepal has again reinitiated the courses for the Senior Division, to be conducted in the addition to training for the Junior Division.

Mission Statement:

To conduct the best possible youth development program responsible for creating a human resource pool of disciplined, trained and motivated youth by embedding them in a higher sense of national unity and loyalty, while assisting in their all round development.

Vision:

To progressively expand the ongoing youth development program and deliver relevant and meaningful training to Higher Secondary and University level students across Nepal, thereby enriching their experience and their capacity while increasing their utility to the nation.

Aim:

To foster personality development and capacity building of the youth.

Objectives:

- To produce disciplined youth.
- To develop their leadership qualities.
- To imbibe a sense of integrity and loyalty.
- To develop their sense of national unity.
- To produce Volunteer Force.

S.No 44 Junior Division Training start-off

NCC CADET CORPS has started its S.No 44 Junior Division Training for fiscal year 2074/75 from 18 th June 2017.This year the Junior Division Training   read more

Cadets Selection Process for S.No 44 Junior Division Training commences

Cadet Selection process of S.No 44 Junior Division Training has been started from  26 May 2017 in all 75 districts of Nepal. In this fiscal Year NCC Nepal has planned to train 6000 cadets    read more

S.No 4 Instructor Refresher Training completes

On 18th May 2017  S.No 4 Instructor Refresher training of  NCC Nepal was completed which runs for six weeks   read more

S.No 4 Instructor Refresher Training commences

On 9th April 2017 Opening ceremony of S.No 4 Instructor Refresher training of  NCC Nepal was conducted by Director of Ban Tatha Paryabaran Surakshya Nirdeshanalaya, Brig Gen Bishwonath Ghimire.    read more