NCC

National Cadet Corps, a Tri-Service Organization comprises the Army, Navy and Air Force. The aim of NCC is to groom the youth of the country into disciplined and patrioccizens. National Integration has realized the importance of NCC, because it endorses Unity, Discipline, and Good Leadership. The NCC Army Senior Division Wing (for boys and girls) has its start in the year 2014, at our college. Col. K. N. Anbunathan Commanding Officer 1 (T.N) Medical Unit, NCC, Chennai – 03, has inaugurated the function. The cadets have been enrolled from July 2015 after various levels of selection procedure.Ever since its inception, it has been functioning effectively and extremely well with the constant support from the Management. The main aim of NCC is to cultivate Unity and Discipline in the minds of the cadets. The cadets include girls, who are selected based on their skills and ambitions. These cadets have given training in the field of Foot Drill, Firing, tent pitching and Weapon Training. Cadets of the college have been trained in various camps like Army Attachment Camp, CATC Camp, RDC Camp and Firing Camp. During the college Blood Donation Camp,every year the Cadets have donated blood along with the college NSS volunteers. As a part of social service, SwachhBharath program have been conducted by the cadets to create awareness. International Yoga Day has been celebrated by the cadets in the college every year. Save water awareness rally,Aids Awareness Rally, Tree plantation, Health & Hygiene, Cashless Banking Awareness to Small Scale Vendors, Flag Day fund collection from the public, World Human Rights Awareness Rally,Coastal Cleanup Program are the routine part of NCC.

This has been organized to create social awareness among the public. This kind of training and service will be continued by the NCC organization for the society without an end.Also, the cadets have been actively participating in all the events organized by the 1(TN) Medical Unit .4 SD cadets have been selected for Independence day (CM rally) and also gave Guard of honour during Group commander visit to Unit office .

SW cadet Ms.AthiraMenon,from thefinal year ECE is selected for the RDC to be held on 26th January 2018 at New Delhi for representing the Directorate of TamilNadu.4 SD cadets attended NIC camp I at Secunderabad and have won first prize in the event Ballet Dance competition .Two SD cadets have attended the NIC camp II at Nagerkoil and have won the first prize in the event Group dance competition .

Information for Examination Admission is given below :

1 . After completing two years, cadets can attend ‘B’ Certificate Examination.
2 . After completing three years, cadets can attend ‘C’ Certificate Examination.

Blood Donation Camp on 18.03.2018


Sl.No.Name of the EventDateNo of volunteers participatedVenue
1.     Unit Inauguration08.11.201450SSIT Campus, NCC Office
2.     INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY21.06.201525MMC Ground

UNIT INAUGURATION

Date : 12.08.2014

Venue: NCC Office

The NCC Army Senior Division Wing (for boys and girls) has its start in the year 2014, at Sri Sairam Institute of Technology. Col. K. N. Anbunathan Commanding Officer 1 (T.N) Medical Unit, NCC, Chennai – 03, has inaugurated the function.

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY

Date : 21.06.2015

Venue : MMC GROUND

Sl.No.Name of the EventDateNo of volunteers participatedVenue
1.  Blood Donors Camp08.02.201613SSIT Campus
2.  INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY21.06.201625YMCA NANDANAM
3.  Blood Donors Award16.09.201608Chettinadu Vidyashram auditorium, R A Puram Chennai 600 028


Blood Donation Camp

08.02.2016 / 9.30 am to 3.00 pm
Place : SSIT Camps
Number Of CadetsDonated: 13
Nmber Of Hospitals: 06

  • Hindu mission hospital
  • Stanley Medical college hospital
  • Right blood bank
  • Govt. Children hospital
  • Kamatchi hospital
  • Keelpauk medical college hospital

Number Of Units Collected : 563

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY

Date : 21.06.2016
Venue :YMCA GROUNDS NANDANAM

International Day of Yoga, or commonly and unofficially referred to as Yoga Day, is celebrated annually on 21st June since its inception in 2015. An international day for yoga was declared unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice attributed mostly to India

BLOOD DONORS AWARD

16.09.2016 / 5.00 pm to 8.00 pm
Place : Chettinadu Vidyashram auditorium,
R A Puram Chennai 600 028
Number Of Students : 8

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S.NoDateProgramOrganized byVENUE
1.  12.08.2016Swachh Bharat Program1(TN) Medical Unit NCCPoonthandalam Village,Chennai
2.  17.09.2016Coastal Cleanup ProgramTREE Foundations& Syndicate BankMarina Beach,Chennai
3.  10.01.2017Cashless Banking Awareness to Small Scale Vendors1(TN) Medical Unit NCCWest Tambaram ,Chennai
4.  12.01.2017Tree Plantation DriveGreen Kalam ProjectOuter Ring Road ,Near Kishkintha,Chennai
5.  06.02.2017Blood Donation Camp1(TN) Medical Unit NCCSri Sairam Institute of Technology,Chennai
10.02.2017 to 12.02.20178 th CADO FIESTA1(TN) Bty NCC & 1(TN) RVN SQN NCCThe TamilNadu Dr.Ambedkar Law University,Chennai
6.  13.03.2017Career Counseling 8 th State Level Seminar1(TN)Armed SQN NCCDG VAISHNAV College ,Chennai
7.  22.03.2017Save Water Awareness Rally1(TN) Medical Unit NCCPoonthandalam Village,Chennai
8.  21.06.2017International Yoga DayESHA FOUNDATIONSSHRI LEO Muthu Auditorium,Sai Leo Nagar ,Chennai-44


SWACHH BHARAT PROGRAM

Date : 12.08.2016

Venue : Poonthandalam Village, Chennai

Students of Sri Sairam Institute of Technology NCC Conducted Swachh Bharat Campaign Under the Guidance of ANO and Principal. The Drive was conducted to Clean and Spread awareness among common masses

 

COASTAL CLEANUP PROGRAM

Date : 17.09.2016

Venue : Marina Beach, Chennai

 

The NCC cadets of SSIT attended the International Coastal Cleanup 2016 on 17th September, 2016 in Chennai coast which was jointly organized by Indian Coast Guard, Region (East), Tree Foundation, Roots & Shoots India and Syndicate Bank, Regional Office Chennai.

The cadets were asked to report at the Marina Beach (light house) at 6 AM in the morning. The event started at 6:30 am. The Chief Guest address and flag off was over by 7.00 am. The cleanup program started at 7:30 am and ended by 9:00 am. The cleanup camp was organized to instill a sense of responsibility among general public on the problem of garbage dumped into the sea and it’s effects on marine life. This camp has created tremendous awareness on ‘Threats to the Marine Environment’, including Marine Biodiversity Conservation among student community, Fisher folk and general public.

The cadets also felt that one individual’s action can initiate a global movement and they too could do their part in spreading the message of public responsibility to general public. Many cadets from different units were also invited to join the camp. Necessary gloves were provided to all the cadets. Students were requested to carry their own water bottle, a cap. Refreshments were also provided for all cadets after the completion of the program. The cadets were also asked to note the garbage materials collected by them in a assessment sheet for documentation purpose.

CASHLESS BANKING AWARENESS TO SMALL SCALE VENDORS

Date : 10.01.17

Venue : West Tambaram , Chennai

The NCC cadets of 1(TN), Medical Unit, NCC, Sri Sairam Institute of Technology conducted a awareness camp on cashless transactions on 10th January 2017, Tuesday. The cadets were divided into batches and went to various parts in and around Tambaram to create an awareness on cashless banking to the small scale vendor. Along with the ANO Lt. Veerasundaram, the cadets visited many shops and explained the need of cashless economy post demonitisaton.

As the government was spreading the messages of cashless transactions by way of mobiles, net banking, Aadhar based mobile banking, etc in order to bring transparency into the financial system, the country can be rid of the scourge of black money. The government has also entrusted the NCC cadets to spread awareness campaign. In order to achieve this noble aim, our cadets chalked out an impressive campaign to educate the fellow students and their own kith and kin in their localities and villages. Our cadets went around the market of
Tambaram and taught the shopkeepers about the benefits of going cashless in transactions and also taught the procedure of using a swiping machine and it’s advantages. The cadets made the fruits and vegetables seller of the market ware of the advantages of various modes of cashless transactions and the shopkeepers were quite enthusiastic about the awareness drive. It was a one day program and all our cadets participated with full energy and enthusiasm with the guidance of our ANO and senior fellow cadets.

 
 

TREE PLANTATION

Date : 12.01.2017

Venue : Outer Ring Road and Sri Sairam Institute of Technology

Participated cadets : 32

 

Trees contribute to the environment by providing oxygen, improving air quality, climate amelioration, conserving water, preserving soil and supporting wildlife. Trees are an important part of every community. Our streets, parks, playgrounds and backyards are lined with trees that create a peaceful, aesthetically pleasing environment. Trees increase our quality of life by bringing natural elements and wildlife habitats into urban settings. We gather under the cool shade they provide during outdoor activities with family and friends. Many neighborhoods are also the home of very old trees that serve as historic landmarks and a great source of town pride.It said that the number of trees worldwide has fallen 46 percent since the dawn of agriculture 12,000 years ago and more than 15 billion trees are felled every year. That loss has significant implications for the planet in terms of climate change, biodiversity and humans.

According to the World Resources Institute, more than 80 percent of the Earth’s natural forests already have been destroyed. Up to 90 percent of West Africa’s coastal rain forests have disappeared since 1900. As to the “number of trees” this represents, it’s impossible to get an accurate count. Tree density in primary forests varies from 50,000-100,000 trees per square km, so the math would put this number at 3.5 billion to 7 billion trees cut down each year.

Keeping this in mind Sri Sairam group of Institutions have taken this in hand to restore the city into a greener one. YRC team takes the lead with the Institution and has planned to flood the campus with the tree saplings in the open space. For this a well grown (ranging from 4 to 5 ft) trees which is good in oxygen supply and requires low maintenance and water demand were procured from a nursery and kept stack in the college premises. Pits were dugged and the plants were rooted in it carefully and it is been maintained periodically. Housekeeping staffs ensure that it is periodically watered. In addition to this students form a group irrespective of their departments to take full responsibility in maintaining it. Proper knowledge about trees was also inculcated to the students by creating various awareness programs organized by different clubs in the campus.

 

BLOOD DONATION CAMP

Date :06.02.2017

Time : 9.30 am to 3.00 pm

Place : SSIT Camps

Number Of Cadets Donated : 32

Nmber Of Hospitals : 07

  1. Right Blood Bank
  2. Hindu mission hospital
  3. Keelpauk medical college hospital
  4. Kamatchi hospital
  5. Stanly hospital
  6. Kasthurba Gandhi Hospital
  7. Dr MGR Medical Colleage, Chennai

Number Of Units Collected : 611

 

The Whole Event was supported by Lions club. This Initiative gave a pathway for bringing in more lives by Blood. This Motivated the Students to Donate not only in Blood but also in whatever their endeavors they face.

 

SAVE WATER AWARENESS RALLY

 

Date : 22.03.2017

Venue :Poonthandalam Village ,Chennai

 

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY

Date : 21.06.2017

Venue : SHRI LEO MUTHU Auditorium, Sai Leo Nagar

Cadets of (1)TN Medical unit participated in the International Yoga Day conducted by SRI SAIRAM GROUP OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS organized by ESHA FOUNDATIONS. The event was headed by Hon. Aviation Minister Mr.Pasupathi Ashok Gajpathy Raju. The other guests who made their gracious presence were Ms.Tamilisai Soundararajan, President BJP; Vinoj.P.Selvam,President TNBJYM. Our CEO Mr.Sai Prakash Leo Muthu, Principal Sri Sairam Institute of Technology Dr.k.Palanikumar , Principals of other allied institutions also made their gracious presence in the event. Our caretaker Mr.M.Veerasundaram accompanied the cadets throughout the event. He also showed his active participation in the event. Our cadets also volunteered in organizing the other particpants into their respective positions. Cadets were ably dressed to perform yoga. The event consisted of meditation for about 20 minutes followed by performing various Aasanas that energized both body and the mind. The event happened very early in the morning so all the cadets were very fresh, energetic and enthusiastic over their participation. Since the inception of NCC unit in our college this was the Third Yoga Day that the cadets participated. Also impressed by these aasanas, Cadets follow a few aasanas as part of their daily excersice at home. Weekly once during the parade sessions Yoga is practiced for a scheduled duration of time. We cadets strongly believe that yoga replenishes the Mind and Body and practice it as a daily routine.

S.NODATEPROGRAMORGANIZED BYVENUE
113.08.2017PARA OLYMPICS FOR SPECIAL CHILDRENROTARY OF CHENNAI CENTRAL ELITESHRI LEO MUTHU AUDITORIUM,SAI LEO NAGAR,CHENNAI-44
215.08.2017CM RALLY ON INDEPENDENCE DAYTAMILNADU GOVERNMENTSECRETARIATE OF TAMILNADU,CHENNAI
320.08.2017MILITARY HERITAGE EXHIBITIONCOLORS OF GLORY FOUNDATIONSSHAKUNTHALA ART GALLERY,CP ART CENTER,ALWARPET,CHENNAI-18.MCC HIGHER SECONDAY SCHOOL,CHETPET ,CHENNAI
403.09.2017SWACHH BHARAT PROGRAM1(TN)MEDICAL UNIT NCCSRI SAIRAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,CHENNAI
504.09.2017NCC DAY FUNCTION IN CAMPUS1(TN) MEDICAL UNIT NCCSRI SAIRAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,CHENNAI
606.09.2017COMMANDING OFFICER VISIT TO OUR INSTITUTE1(TN) MEDICAL UNIT NCCSRI SAIRAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,CHENNAI
723.11.20178 NCC CADETS PARTICIPATED N THE NCC BLOOD DONATION CAMP1(TN) MEDICAL UNIT NCCMADRAS MEDICAL COLLEGE CAMPUS
826.11.201713 NCC CADETS PARTICIPATED IN NCC DAY FUNCTIONNCC DIRECTORATE TN,P & ANKALAIVANAR ARANGAM
914.11.2017 - 26.11.20172 NCC SD CADETS ATTENTED NIC CAMP AT NAGERKOILNCC DIRECTORATE TN,P & ANJAMES COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY,NAGERKOIL
1007.12.2017FLAG DAY FUND COLLECTION BY NCC CADETS FROM GENERAL PUBLIC1(TN) MEDICAL UNIT NCCWEST TAMBARAM,CHENNAI-45
1109.12.20178 NCC CADETS PARTICIPATED IN WORLD HUMAN RIGHTS AWARENESS RALLYNCC DIRECTORATE TN,P & ANBESANT NAGAR BEACH
1218.01.2018 - 27.01.2018NCC CATC CAMP ATTENTED BY 10 SD CADETS AND 7 SW CADETS1(TN) MEDICAL UNIT NCCSATHYABAMA UNIVERSITY
1326.01.2018MADRAS REPUBLIC DAY CAMP ATTENDED BY SD CADETTAMILNADU GOVERNMENTMARINA BEACH FRONT
1426.01.2018REPUBLIC DAY CAMP AT DELHI ATTENDED BY SW CADETCENTRAL GOVERNMENTRED FORT ,NEW DELHI
1509.02.2018 - 11.02.2018CADETS PARTICIPATED IN CADO FIESTA COMPETITION1(TN) BN & R&V NCCTN DR B.AMBEDKAR LAW UNIVERSITY
163/3/2018 - 4/3/2018CADETS PARTICIPATED IN CADO ALPHA COMPETITION1(TN) ARMD NCCALPHA ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGE
1713.03.2018BLOOD DONATION CAMP1(TN)MEDICAL UNIT NCC UNIT & MADRAS VBBSRI SAIRAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,CHENNAI
1810.04.18FELICITATION TO RDC&MRDC PARTICIPANTS1(TN) MEDICAL UNIT NCCSRI SAIRAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,CHENNAI

FELICITATION TO RDC&MRDC PARTICIPANTS

Date: 10.04.2018
1(TN) Medical Unit NCC conducted RDC and MRDC cadets felicitation function


International day of Yoga on 21.06.2018