The national cadet corps is the Indian military cadet corps with its head quarters at New Delhi. It is Open to School and college students on voluntary basis. The NCC in India was formed on 15July 1948.
RJSFG College has a very effective open unit of NCC with 53 cadets under the charge of 39 KAR BN NCC Karnataka and Goa Directorate. Regular practice sessions, camps, social service and other training programmes are conducted to make cadets truly empowered.
Care taker / NCC Officer: Mr. G. N. Ramakrishna Reddy, MA, LLB.
To train volunteer to become confident, committed and competent leaders in all walks of life.
To enhance the awareness level of cadets for being responsible.
Conduct activities to provide value based contributions towards society in terms of Social and community development.
Under take adventure activity for development of leadership qualities and risk taking abilities.
Provide an environment to motivate cadets to join the armed forces as a career.
Apart from regular parades and camps, RJSFGC cadets participate in social service activities like Blood Donation Camp, Pulse Polio, Eye Check up Camp, Digital Payment awareness Programme, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Programme etc. Organised by the college unit.
Following are regular annual social activities organised by NCC unit:
1. Blood Donation Camp.
2. Adventurous trekking to Devarayana Durga, Tumkur District.
3. Pulse Polio Campaign.
“Work done in the spirit of service is the highest form of worship”
Youth Red Cross Co-ordinator is K. REKHA
Greetings everyone. I feel happy and excited to present the report of “Youth Red Cross” of RJSFGC for the year 2018-19. The Indian Red Cross Society is one of the largest and oldest indigenous humanitarian organisations in the country. It is known for its work in disaster response, health care services and blood bank services. To tell about the activities of Youth Red Cross in our college, this year we started with inauguration of Youth Red Cross on 28th Sep 2018. For this program we had Dr. M K Krishna as Chief Guest. He brought awareness of Blood donation and Eye donation, by which many of our students were inspired.
Our college YRC volunteers participated in Walkathon held on 1st Oct at Freedom Park for blood donation. Our two volunteers participated in 6 days camp i.e., from 28th Sep to 3rd Oct 2018 at NSS Bhavan, Bangalore University. Camp was organized by NSS Nodal Officer Dr. Srinivas.
We conducted Blood donation camp on 16th Oct 2018 together with NSS. Students participated actively in this programme.
As a YRC coordinator, I attended one day awareness programme on Cancer and Traffic Rules at NSS Bhavan, Bangalore University.
Our college YRC volunteers participated in 5 days workshop i.e., from 18th Jan to 22nd Jan 2019 at Alvas Degree College Campus, Moodabedri, Dakshina Kannada District. There they actively participated in First aid and disaster management. They were awarded with participation certificates. Again, from 8th Feb 2019 to 12th Feb 2019 camp was conducted by YRC. Our volunteers actively took part in the camp, which was conducted at Gulbarga University, Kalaburgi Campus.
We keep striving hard to bring a positive change in society and work to grow service in heart and soul of all. We will put our heart and soul to conduct many more activities in our college in the upcoming year. These all activities were conducted and organised with full support and encouragement of our college management and our Principal. We thank each and every person for encouraging us.