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Gov meets Republic Day NCC participants

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By OUR STAFF REPORTER
DEHRADUN: 1 Feb: The Governor Baby Rani Maurya formally met NCC Cadets who participated in the Republic Day Parade at Delhi. On the occasion Governor she awarded the best NCC cadets. Later she felicitated Cadet Anchal Pujari and Cadet Mohammad Nadeem for Guard of Honour, Cadet Sandhya Bisht and Cadet Sandeep Singh for parade category in Rajpath, Cadet Pradhuman Gurung for PM rally category and cadet Vinay Dangwal for best cadet. Congratulating the NCC cadets she said that it was a matter of pride to represent the State and NCC at Rajpath. The entire state is proud of the achievements of Uttarakhand NCC cadets.
She further said that faces full of self confidence of NCC cadets reflect the picture of New India. Determination of New India can be fulfilled with hard work and dedication only. She added that NCC is a very glorious institution. The main objective of NCC is nation’s service.
Governor said that NCC has actively participated in Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Beti Bachao Beti Padao Abhiyan and environment conservation missions. NCC has played an important role in disaster management. Go
She underlined that NCC cadets should serve society and nation with courage and dedication. Dreaming and having big aims is identity of youths. All the dreams together make the dream of New India. Every target can be achieved with discipline and full dedication.
Governor expressed happiness over the presence of a large number of girls in present Uttarakhand NCC. She said that women have a big contribution in the progress and development of the country. Women have performed remarkably in various sectors. Governor hoped that experience of parade at Rajpath would give new enthusiasm and confidence to the lives of NCC Cadets.
Additional Director General NCC reiterated that 111 cadets were selected among the 32000 NCC cadets across the state. 37 girls and 74 boys were included in it. All the cadets were given hard training from the month of September to December in five separate camps.