National Cadet Corps is a tri-services organization comprising Army, Navy and Air Force. It is a voluntary organization that recruits cadets from among the students after which they are trained and groomed to be patriotic citizens. The motto of NCC is ‘Unity and Discipline’. It plays a significant part in building a person's character by fostering the spirit of teamwork and man-management. The cadets are provided basic military training in foot drill and command, weapons’ training, field craft, civil defense, map reading etc.. Guard of Honour is given on 26th January and 15th August to commemorate the Republic Day and Independence Day of India.
The NCC unit of the college is affiliated to 98UPBN – NCC of Varanasi B group with its headquarters at Lucknow. The college has two platoons of 51 cadets each headed by Platoon Commander Captain S. K. Pathak. 33% out of total 102 cadets are taken from among girls
Eligibility: The programme is meant for undergraduate students. The students of B.A., B.Sc. and B.com can participate in NCC.
The cadets are awarded B certificate after the successful completion of two years of training and the coveted C certificate after the completion of three years of training.
C certificate holders get weightage in various state level and national level exams.