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TURA: Group Commandant of NCC, Brigadier P M Bali along with Commanding Officer of 2nd Meghalaya Battalion NCC, Colonel Daljit Singh, and Colonel Hemant Saroch, Commanding Officer 61 Meghalaya Girls’ NCC on Tuesday interacted with the students of Don Bosco College and other school students who attended the programme.
The college community welcomed the NCC personnel in the college Amphitheatre. The reason behind the programme was to strengthen NCC activities in the five districts of Garo Hills.
Speaking on the occasion Brigadier P M Bali said that the Government of Meghalaya fully supported the NCC programme in the state. He also mentioned that taking forward NCC activities in Garo Hills is very important as it helps students to get into the armed forces. He said that NCC is the biggest uniformed organization in the world. “Each one should be proud to be NCC volunteers and to serve the nation,” he added.
Later, Brigadier P M Bali and Colonel Daljit Singh spoke to the NCC cadets of Don Bosco College and other schools and motivated them on various programmes of the NCC. Earlier, Bali also inaugurated the NCC and NSS office at the college.
The NCC personnel later met the heads of institutions and representatives and spoke on the need to strengthen NCC in Garo Hills and planned programmes for the same.
Also present during the programme were Terence D Marak, Principal of Tura Government College, P Ryngksai Additional Director School Education and Literacy and In-charge District School Education Officer, Tura, Jon Clitzer A Sangma, DSP West Garo Hills and other head of schools from Garo Hills.