At NCC R-Day Camp, 25 Nagaland female will participate in band

At NCC R-Day Camp, 25 Nagaland female will participate in band

Kohima: For the first time, a girl band from the Northeast will participate in the National Cadet Corps (NCC) Republic Day Camp. Out of the 45 female participants, 25 are from the state of Nagaland.
Between the ages of 13-15 years, the band hailing from the Northeast will represent the region’s rich cultural heritage and showcase NCC’s reach to every corner of the country.
As mentioned earlier, 25 girl students belong to St. Mary’s Cathedral Higher Secondary School, Kohima.
Addressing a press conference at Delhi Cantt on Wednesday, DG NCC Lt Gen Gurbirpal Singh said that a total of 2,274 cadets from across the country are participating in the month-long camp, of which 907 are the highest number of girls. Included.
The cadets include 122 from Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh as well as 177 from the Northeast. Apart from this, cadets and officers from 25 friendly countries will also participate in the camp under the Youth Exchange Program (YEP).
According to information provided by the Press Information Bureau, the DG NCC stressed that the purpose of the Republic Day Camp is to highlight the country’s glorious traditions and strengthen the value system of the cadets.
The camp will promote national unity and strengthen unity in diversity through cultural exchange programs.
The camp will be visited by several dignitaries including the Vice President, Raksha Mantri, Raksha Rajya Mantri, Chief of Defense Staff and all three Service Chiefs.

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