NCC- Maharashtra Dte and K&L Dte
EBSB VII CAMP 2021
The Ek Bharat Shreshth Bharath Camp 2021 was a common effort to integrate diverse cultures and develop unity and nationalism among the NCC cadets by interacting, Cooperating, and working in harmony with the cadets of different states.
It was a six days online camp from 16th April to 21st April 2021 held by the concord of Maharashtra and Kerala & Lakshadweep Directorates. The camp was hosted by Co Colonel Prashant Nair from Maharashtra Directorate. The general instructions were given by the ANOs and various officers of the Maharashtra host Directorate and Kerala guest Directorate and the disciplinary briefings for the NCC
Cadets to follow for the upcoming days were given by Colonel Prashant Nair.
The following 6 days went successfully with a lot of cultural, academic, and lingual exchange between the cadets of both directorates. Various programs like debate, quiz, etc. were conducted and attractive cash prizes were awarded to the winners. Cadet Sandra C Unni, who has exuberantly participated in the camp from St. Josephs's College (Autonomous), Irinjalakuda, has worked hard on the editing of the cultural programs performed by the cadets of 7 Kerala Girls Battalion and made it mesmerizing.
The main objective of the camp was to develop leadership skills, enhance knowledge, public speaking skills, comradeship, solidarity, etc. through teamwork and mutual interaction. A presentation on the history, geography, economy, cultural heritage, SWOT analysis, festivals, customs, traditions of the state, and Jallianwala Bagh massacre was presented and the initiatives taken by these states for "Plastic Free India" was also enlightened in the presentation. The camp signed off with a thanksgiving message to all cadets for their active performance.
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