(Teacher I/C - Senior Wing: Mrs Suman Arora, Junior Wing: Ms Vijay Luxmi)


National Cadet Corps or the NCC is the largest and most elite youth development organization managed by the armed forces of India. It believes in its motto “Unity and Discipline” and dedicates itself to the overall development of the youth. It engages itself in grooming the youth to become disciplined, patriotic, and responsible citizens of the country. It also provides exposure to cadets in a wide range of activities, with an emphasis on social services, discipline, and adventure training. Every single responsibility is done with exceptional commitment, zeal, and dignity- be it an activity of tree planting, or a cleanliness drive or a drive to spread awareness about hygiene , environmental issues, awareness against the use of plastic or even the need to educate the underprivileged.


JW in-charge is Ms Vijay Luxmi.
SW in-charge is Associate NCC Officer Lt Suman Arora.

NCC Army Division of VDJS is functioning under 3 HAR GIRLS BN NCC, HISAR which comes under Rohtak group. Soon we will also get vacancies for JW AIR WING NCC and will get affiliation with No 1 Haryana AIR Sqn NCC HISAR.

Enrollment for Year : 2020-21

Junior Wing : 19 cadets appeared for NCC ‘A’ Certificate Exam.
Senior Wing : 19 cadets appeared for NCC ‘B’ Certificate Exam.

We enroll students at two levels.

First level is for students of class VIII who are enrolled under Junior Wing NCC and they get training for 2 years. We are entitled to 50 (Ist year + 2nd year) vacancies for JW. After competing 2 years of training and attending one residential camp, NCC cadets are entitled to appear for NCC ‘A’ Certificate Exam.

Second level is for students of class XI, who are enrolled under Senior Wing NCC and they get training for 2 years. We are entitled to 53 (Ist year + 2nd year) vacancies for SW. After completing 2 years of training and attending one residential camp NCC cadets are entitled to appear for NCC ‘B’ Certificate Exam. But Senior Wing Training also has an additional year. Third year of training, the cadets must complete in their colleges, if available. After third year of training they become eligible to appear for NCC ‘C’ Certificate Exam, which is the final recognition of training and qualification of a Senior NCC cadet.  


We received appreciation from DG NCC as our cadet Saumya Sharma got DG’s Commendation Award. Cadet Anandita has won Best Cadet Scholarship. Three JW cadets Anandita, Shreya Bharti, and Samriddhi Marodia reached up to Pre RD camp. Our cadet Samriddhi Marodia has made us proud by getting overall 3rd position in Certificate ‘A’ Exam.


Regular activities like Drill, Rifle Drill, Map Reading, Weapon Training, Field Craft and Battle Craft to name a few are being imparted to the cadets as per the syllabus framed by NCC Directorate. Anti-Drug Rally, Swachchh Bharath Abhiyan, International Yoga Day, Independence Day, Republic Day, Kargil Vijaya Diwas, Fit India Movement, Army Awareness and NCC Day celebration are some other programs conducted by VDJS NCC cadets.

NCC cadets also attend different Camps round the year and participate in different camp activities like Drill, Cross Country, Yoga, Physical Training, Games, General Awareness Lectures, Camp Fire, Cultural Activities, Map Reading, Field Craft & Battle Craft.

  • RDC: Republic Day Camp
  • TSC: Thal Sainik Camp
  • AAC: Army Attachment Camp
  • ATC: Annual Training Camp
  • BLC: Basic leadership camp
  • CATC: Combined Annual Training Camp
  • IGC: Inter Group Camp
  • NIC: National Integration Camp
  • RCC: Rock Climbing Camp
  • SNIC: Special National Integration Camp


Awareness on COVID 19

a) Awareness on Do’s and Don’ts to stay protected from COVID19.
b) Training and Certification for cadets on I GOT against COVID19 outbreak.
c) Awareness on Arogya Setu APP

Present Status of Training

Online NCC classes are conducted twice a week every Friday and Saturday.

NCC Cadets observe Constitution Pakhwada

The NCC cadets of Vidya Devi Jindal School, Hisar celebrated the Constitution Pakhwada from November 26- December 10. The observance commenced on November 26 on the occasion of Constitution day with an educational talk on the Constitution and the Preamble. It was a very enriching session, which ended with the participation of cadets in an online quiz on wherein they received digital certificates. In the course of the online NCC classes the cadets were made aware of the Fundamental duties and they had enlightened discussions on the same. 42 cadets participated in online Preamble reading and Pledge taking and received digital certificates also. The other activities of the fortnight included poster making, ppt making, poem recitation and declamation on the theme of constitution. The children of support staff were also educated about the Preamble and helped to attain the digital certificate. In view of the pandemic the all essential information about hygiene, use of masks and hand wash was dispensed by the cadets to the families of support staff. Our girls feel a lot more aware and appreciative of the Constitution after an engaging fortnight of activities.