National Cadet Corp
  • National Cadet Corps is the premier youth organization of the country.
  • NCC organization is established under National Cadet Corps Act, 1948.
  • NCC Department of our college has two units (Boys & Girls).
  • In our college Boys NCC unit was incorporated in 1969 and Girls unit in 1971.
Controlling Authorities
  • For Boys - 57 MAH BN NCC Ahmednagar
  • For Girls - 07 MAH BN NCC Aurangabad
  • Capt. Dr.Arun Gaikwad (Commission in1994)
  • Promotion as a 'Lieutenant' in 'A' grade securing third position at all India level
  • Newly appointed Care taker officer: Dr. Narendra D. Phatangare
  • Lt. Hemlata Tare (Commission in 2019)

Unity and Discipline (The motto was adopted on 12 Oct 1980 at the 12th Central Advisory Committee meeting)

Aims of NCC

To develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and sportsmanship and the ideals of selfless service among the youth to make them useful citizen

To create a human resource of organised, trained and motivated youth to provide leadership in all walks of life including the Armed Forces and be always available for the service of the nation.


Our NCC unit is associated with 57th BatalianNCC Group Headquarter, Ahmednagar for SD and 7th Batalian Aurangabad for SW.


Total Strength = 106 Nos. SD and 54 for SW.

Every year the enrolment of the fresh cadets is done at the first year of NCC by conducting the physical, written and oral tests. The cadets once selected have a compulsory weekly parade and one camp annually.

Previous Associate NCC Officer: Caption, Prof. Dr. Arun Gaikwad
Present Associate NCC Officer: Lt. Hemlata Tare
Present Care Taker Officer: Dr.Narendra D.Phatangare

The NCC unit of Sangamner college organizes various social awareness and environmental programs.

Social Activities: Blood donation camp, Swaccha Bharat Abhiyan, Yoga day

Awareness: Anti-drug ralley, Save Girl Child awareness, AIDS awareness ralley, Traffic safety ralley, Pulse polio.

Environmental: Tree plantation, Save Tree ,Cleaning program, Save water, Plastic Waste/ e-waste management .

Adventure: Trekking , mountaineering, Rock climbing etc.

Other training given to cadets is leadership training and army training given respectively in the leadership camps(Basic leadership camps BLC and Advanced leadership camps ALC) and Army Attachment Camps. These are the national level camps. Cadets are selected for these camps by interviews with the Officers Commanding/ Group Commanders.

Other National Level camps are RDC-Republic Day Camp and TSC- Thal Sainik Camp. Which are a series of eight to ten camps over a time interval of three or more months whereby cadets are assessed, scrutinized and short-listed at the end of each camp for first five to six camps. Then the short-listed cadets have special trainings in three to four camps at directorate level and final team of forty to fifty cadets from each directorate appears for the final national level camp.