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January 20, 2020 Monday 03:29:55 PM IST

Chief of the Naval Staff visits NCC Republic Day Camp 2020

National Edu News

Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Karambir Singh visited the National Cadet Corps (NCC) Republic Day Camp 2020 at Cariappa Parade Ground. DG NCC Lt Gen Rajeev Chopra received the Chief of Naval Staff who inspected the ‘Guard of Honour’ presented by the NCC cadets from all the three wings i.e. Army, Navy and Air Force. This was followed by a band display. Admiral Karambir Singh also inspected the flag area prepared by cadets from all the 17 NCC Directorates depicting various social awareness themes. Various Naval Ship models were also displayed.      

Later, the Chief of the Naval Staff visited the ‘Hall of Fame’, a proud possession of the NCC, with a display of rich archival collection of alumni photographs, models, motivational and other visual delight of the three wings of the NCC. He also witnessed a cultural performance by the cadets depicting the rich Indian culture.

Admiral Karambir Singh complimented the cadets for presenting an impressive ‘Guard of Honour’.