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“The tyrant dies and his rule is over, the martyr dies and his rule begins

This quote best reflects Captain Vijayant Thapar. He was an officer of the Indian Army of the regiment 2 Rajputana Rifles and was posthumously awarded The Vir Chakra for his audacious bravery during the Kargil War. He fell leading an attack of 2 Rajputana Rifles at Tololing (Black Rocks -KNOLL) during the Kargil War   on 29 June 1999 at a young age of 22 years.

He was a fourth generation officer in his family. Born on 26 Dec 1976 at Nangal Punjab, he studied at various schools in different cities and finally graduated from S.G.N.D Khalsa College, University of Delhi. He was a member of National Cadet Corps department of the college. This department was later renamed “VIJAYANT” after this intrepid hero. Thapar worked single-mindedly to fulfill his ambition to join the Forces. One day his hard work paid off. He was selected in Indian Military Academy, Dehradun. Who knew then, his name would be written in Gold on the walls of the same academy. Such was his ardour towards the motherland that the words in his last letter read, “I have no regrets, in fact even if I become a human again, I’ll join the army and fight for my nation.

Vijayant NCC of the college is an army wing boys NCC company and starts enrolment of cadets in the last week of July every year through a physical test followed by GD-PIs. Cadets take part in various activities throughout the year i.e., Army Attachment Camp, IMA Attachment Camps, SSB Training Capsules, Parasailing Camps, Para Slithering Camps, Para Basic Courses, Mountaineering Camps, Trekking Expeditions, Rock Climbing Training, Thal Sainik Camp, Republic Day Camp, Youth Exchange Programme, National Integration Camps and Leadership Camps.

NCC Boys Division of College is running under the guidance of ‘Mr. Ghanshyam Bairwa’. It is a part of 2 Delhi Battalion NCC, Group ‘B’, Delhi Directorate.

Office Bearers for National Cadet Corps (VIJAYANT):

Senior Under Officer

Tarun Kumar Ojha  

Economics Honours III Yr)

Junior Under Officer

Raghav Kumar Jha 

Hindi Honours II Yr

Junior Under Officer

Gagandeep Singh  

BA Prog. II Yr

Junior Under Officer

Sanjay Singh

History Honours III Yr

Junior Under Officer

Rishabh Sood         

Economics Honours III Yr

Company Sgt. Major

Vinay Singh

History Honours II Yr

Achievements for 2015-16:

  1. Cadet Kuldeep Singh represented Delhi Directorate NCC at Thal Sainik Camp 2015 Contingent.
  2. SUO Abhishek Punia represented India at Youth Exchange Programme NCC at Sri Lanka.
  3. JUO Rishabh Sood attended Indian Military Academy Attachment Camp at IMA, Dehradun in July 2015.
  4. SUO Raghav Kumar Jha & SUO Gajraj Singh represented Delhi Directorate at Republic Day Camp 2016.
  5. SUO Raghav Kumar Jha was selected as a Commander for All India Guard of Honor at Republic Day Camp 2016 at DG NCC and was awarded DG’s Commendation Card by Lt. Gen. Aniruddha Chakravarty, AVSM, VSM, DG NCC.
  6. SUO Gajraj Singh marched at Rajpath 26th January 2016 Parade under National Cadet Corps Senior Division Contingent.
  7. Three of our Cadets were selected for Para Slithering Training at PM Rally.
  8. Six of our Cadets were selected for Para Sailing Camp at PM Rally.
  9. Five of our cadets attended Advance Leadership Camps at Malout and Ahemdabad for the year 2015-16.
  10. Fourteen of our Cadets attended Trekking Expeditions at Dehradun and Ranikhet, Uttarakhand.
  11. Three of our Cadets attended Rock Climbing Training Camp at Uttarakhand.
  12. Ten Cadets of our Company attended National Integration Camp at Bharatpur, Rajasthan.
  13. Our Cadets took part in Yoga Day Celebrations at Rajpath on 21st June 2015 which was a part of World Record in ‘Limca Book of World Records’ for NCC India.

The Wing has shown tremendous achievements in the national level competitions at various NCC Camps and has earned fame to the institution. The NCC Wing celebrates its Annual NCC Fest ‘VIJAYANT’ every year in the month of February. This day is celebrated in memory of Capt. Vijayant Thapar, Vir Chakra (P) a well known Kargil Hero and a proud NCC cadet of our college. Various Inter College competitions are scheduled during the event and a special award, instituted in the name of Capt. Vijayant Thapar is given to the Best cadet of the College.

The NCC Division this year celebrated Indpendence Day, Republic Day, NCC Day and also successfully managed discipline during various events in the college. They were specially appreciated for their exemplary discipline management skills during the Surlok Cultural Fest.

 

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