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About Department

With a view to contribute the service to Nation, Society and impart Army training to Youth in future, Shivaji Arts Commerce & Science College Kannad has started National Cadet Corps (N.C.C.) in 1972. College has one unit of NCC under the overall supervision of 50 Maharashtra Battalian, Aurangabad. The present permitted strength is 53 cadets per unit. The NCC unit of our college is very dynamic and enthusiastic. The cadets have participated in several camps and took initiative in the organization of several activities at the unit level. Apart from the following highlights, the cadets participated in several extension activities organized by the battalion like NCC day celebration, Pulse polio drive, blood donation camp, several campaigns like anti-tobacco, Aids Awareness Campaign, and celebration of the Ganpati festivals. 
In 1972 Major. B.R.Kendre was appointed as a first ANO of NCC unit. The great social service has done by Major. B.R.Kendre. After 1996 Capt. V.K.Deshmukh was appointed as a  ANO of NCC unit. He has participated in many camps like Pre-Republic Day Camp, National Integration Camp, CATC and Trekking Camps in various capacities. He continued the development of the NCC and also guided to the cadets for entry in defense forces.
NCC unit is now operative under the dynamic leadership of CTO. Dr. Ahirrao R.V. He is also working as a Assistant Professor in the department of Commerce. He has published his research work in reputed journals and has participated in several national and international conferences.

Importance of the subject

  1. Understand the community in which they work and understand themselves in relation to their community.
  2. Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them.
  3. Problem-solving process develops among them a sense of social and civic responsibility.
  4. Utilize their knowledge in finding a practical solution to individual and community.
  5. Problems develop the competence required for group living and sharing of responsibilities.
  6. Gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
  7. Acquire leadership qualities and a democratic attitude.
  8. Develop the capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and    Practice national integration and social harmony.


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Designation: Head and Assistant Professor
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