NCC girl cadets sweat it out in 8-day camp

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Around 550 NCC girl cadets from various schools and colleges from the twin cities took part in the camp

Social service activities pertained to awareness on the environment, cleaning of water bodies and no-plastic campaigns in the nearby rural community areas, marking the 75th year of NCC Mahotsav. The camp was conducted under the aegis of ‘1 Telangana Girls BN NCC Secunderabad Group’. — Representational Image/DC

HYDERABAD: A combined annual training camp (CATC-8), which began at the Mahatma Jyothiba Phule Telangana Backward Class Residential School in Wargal, Siddipet district, on September 27 concluded on Wednesday.

Around 550 NCC girl cadets from various schools and colleges from the twin cities took part in the camp.

As part of the camp, various social service and community development activities were taken up.

They pertained to awareness on the environment, cleaning of water bodies and no-plastic campaigns in the nearby rural community areas, marking the 75th year of NCC Mahotsav. The camp was conducted under the aegis of ‘1 Telangana Girls BN NCC Secunderabad Group’.

Cadets were trained into aspects like overall physical, mental and psychological development. They were given an insight into the military way of life and were made to undergo drills, games, physical fitness activities, yoga, trekking and self-defence techniques.

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