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JORHAT, Dec 27 - A ten-day training camp for NCC cadets of Jorhat group which was held at NCC Academy, Jorhat from December 18, concluded today.

Col Ashwani Kumar, Commanding Officer of 33 ACTR NCC said that 318 cadets were imparted rigorous training with the aim of turning them into future leaders and responsible citizens, who can be the torch bearers for the society.

Apart from physical training to include self defence, obstacle crossing and yoga, they were trained in firing, map reading, battle and field craft, horse riding and healthy living. Lectures were organised for the cadets to include subjects like information technology, disaster management, road safety etc., during the programme.

The cadets were also taken for a visit to the cantonment to give them an insight into �life in uniform�. An Army equipment display showcasing signal equipment and artillery guns was also organised for the cadets. A doctor visited the camp on a daily basis to cater for the medical requirements of the cadets.

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NCC training camp concludes

JORHAT, Dec 27 - A ten-day training camp for NCC cadets of Jorhat group which was held at NCC Academy, Jorhat from December 18, concluded today.

Col Ashwani Kumar, Commanding Officer of 33 ACTR NCC said that 318 cadets were imparted rigorous training with the aim of turning them into future leaders and responsible citizens, who can be the torch bearers for the society.

Apart from physical training to include self defence, obstacle crossing and yoga, they were trained in firing, map reading, battle and field craft, horse riding and healthy living. Lectures were organised for the cadets to include subjects like information technology, disaster management, road safety etc., during the programme.

The cadets were also taken for a visit to the cantonment to give them an insight into �life in uniform�. An Army equipment display showcasing signal equipment and artillery guns was also organised for the cadets. A doctor visited the camp on a daily basis to cater for the medical requirements of the cadets.