NCC Group Commander Jammu visits Girls Battalion

Group Commander of NCC Group Jammu, Brigadier P S Cheema posing with cadets in Jammu.
Group Commander of NCC Group Jammu, Brigadier P S Cheema posing with cadets in Jammu.

Excelsior Sports Correspondent
JAMMU, Aug 21: Group Commander of NCC Group Jammu, Brigadier P S Cheema, embarked on an insightful visit to the illustrious 2nd J&K Girls NCC Battalion in Jammu here today.
This visit is part of his orientation on assuming his appointment, aimed at celebrating and promoting women’s empowerment within the National Cadet Corps.
Brigadier P S Cheema’s visit took on a special significance, given the approaching historic event. An all-women contingent from the NCC is poised to make an indelible mark on the grand stage of the Republic Day Parade in Delhi on January 26, 2024. This visit served as a platform to motivate and inspire the cadets of the 2nd J&K Girls NCC Battalion, filling them with a sense of pride and purpose as they prepare for this monumental occasion.
The commitment of NCC Group Jammu to empowering the young women of the region was reaffirmed during this visit. The 2nd J&K Girls NCC Battalion in Jammu stands as a beacon of NCC’s dedication to nurturing discipline, leadership, and self-reliance among its cadets, while also championing inclusiveness. With this visit, NCC aims to ignite the spark of aspiration in countless young girls, encouraging them to dream big, aim high, and shatter the glass ceiling.
Brigadier P S Cheema emphasized the profound importance of the upcoming Republic Day Parade, where the all-women contingent will march on Krtavaya Path. This symbolizes not just the strength, resilience, and determination of women within the NCC, but across the entire nation. He encouraged the cadets to put their best foot forward during the selection process, underlining the powerful statement that this contingent will make.
NCC Directorate Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh remained steadfast in its commitment to nurturing leadership, discipline, and patriotism among the region’s young cadets. The Group Commander extended his heartfelt appreciation to Col Nischal Salathia, Platoon Staff, Associate NCC Officers (ANOs), and the entire support staff for their unwavering commitment and dedication.