NCC Cadets Return with Laurels

NCC cadets and NSS volunteers from Tamil Nadu, who participated in the Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi, called on Governor K Rosaiah at the Raj Bhavan on Monday.

Published: 05th February 2014 11:18 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th February 2014 11:18 AM   |  A+A-

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NCC cadets and NSS volunteers from Tamil Nadu, who participated in the Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi, called on Governor K Rosaiah at the Raj Bhavan on Monday.

In the recently-concluded All India Inter Directorates  (Dtes) competition,  in which 17 Directorates contested in New Delhi during the Republic Day Celebrations-2014, the TN, Puducherry and A&N Dtes won the first positions in two events and third of all 17 Dtes.

In the All India Best Cadet Competitions, Cdt Antara won the gold medal, while Cdt Rahul B Thacker won the bronze medal. At the PM’s rally event, Cdt S Poorna Vikashini was adjudged the Best Parade Cdr and won the gold medal.  In the equestrian event, Cdt M Bhuvanesh and Kayal Manivannan were awarded a silver medal each for Hacks and Dressage.

Cdt G Srinivasan won the bronze medal for dressage and Cdt R Vignesh won bronze for tent pegging.

Tamil Nadu got one gold medal in the Inter Directorate Ship modeling competition, one silver medal in PM’s rally and one bronze medal in SD drill competition.

The Governor, while addressing the NCC cadets, said they had come out in flying colours. He stressed the need to maintain discipline in life and added that being NCC cadets they had all been well-trained to be disciplined youth. Commodore KS Aiyappa, VSM Deputy Director General, NCC, was also present.

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