When something is the best it can be, or reaches the highest point, it can be called exemplary and worth imitating. The National Cadet Corps of Bhangar Mahavidyalaya is exemplary in that sense. It is a responsive, learning and continuously evolving organization that is guided by certain values, which it looks to instill among all ranks of NCC. It nurtures a sense of patriotic commitment by encouraging contributions to national development, like organizing Tree Plantation programs in and around the college. Coordination of the NCC in Anti-Tobacco campaign points out the necessity of a healthy lifestyle and inculcates habits of self-restraint and self-awareness. The NCC’s Environment Awareness programs show commitment towards the development of the community. It celebrated the Swachch Bharat Programme on …The NCC cadets have traffic control duties throughout the year, especially during the Bhangar Mela Festival, and uphold the tenets of the Indian Constitution by a just and impartial exercise of authority. NCC is also known for its annual participation in the Independence Day Parade and The Republic Day Parade, thus instilling a sense of understanding of our national values in the hearts of the youth of India. The cadets donate blood to Tata Cancer Institute in Kolkata on a regular basis. The NCC of Bhangar Mahavidyalaya is under 33 Bengal Battalion, which is under the West Bengal and Sikkim Directorate under DGNCC (Delhi). It admits 160 students, of which 33% are girls and 67% are boys. They are trained under one Associated NCC Officer, who has been adjudged the best NCC Officer in the year 2017 in West Bengal and Sikkim Directorate. The rigorous classes teach the cadets the values of honesty, truthfulness, self-sacrifice, perseverance and hard work and also inculcates respect for knowledge, wisdom and the power of ideas. It conducts the B-Certificate Exam and the C-Certificate Exam after the 4th/ 6th Semester. Passing them provides a relaxation of 10% (B Certificate) and 15% (C-Certificate) in the Indian Army, Navy and Air force. Passing the C-Certificate also propels the candidate to direct SSB Interview of the Indian Army. Besides these many cadets from Bhangar Mahavidyalaya NCC get selected annually in the National Integration Camp, Officer Training Academy, Indian Military Academy and the International Youth Exchange Programme, which are extremely honorable, noble and prestigious achievements. The motto of NCC is “Unity and Discipline”, and the Bhangar Mahavidyalaya NCC, under the watchful eyes of Associated NCC Officer (ANO) Lieutenant Dr. Subrata Goswami , has been maintaining it with utmost precision and perfection, and will be keeping the flag of NCC high in the coming years.
The College presently has a functional NCC unit under 33 Bengal Battalion NCC (Both Boys and Girls) under tha able guidance of an NCC trained teacher to help install in the students the spirit of discipline, patriotism and nationalism.
NCC Officer-in-Charge- Prof. Dr. Subrata Goswami.