Nagpur: A fifteen days Army Attachment camp for NCC Cadets (Girls) was organised from February 13-27 at Brigade of the Guards Regimental Centre, Kamptee under the aegis of HQ UM & G Sub Area.
02 ANOs and 100 Senior Wing (SW) Cadets (Girls) of Group Headquarter, Nagpur have attended the same.
The cadets were exposed to the military routine, equipment and discipline.
“The aim of the camp was to hone the military knowledge and skills of the cadets and help bolster camaraderie, discipline, national integration, integrity, resilience and resolve among them,” Nagpur-based defence PRO Wing Commander Ratnakar Singh said.
Special focus was laid on weapon training, map reading, firing, drill, field craft, battle craft and other military subjects.
The camp also witnessed lectures on disaster management, firefighting, regimental way of living, leadership and personality development.
“Overall, the attachment camp was very beneficial in building the right character and imbibing self-discipline among the cadets so that they can become able leaders and responsible citizen of the country.”