UGC Guidelines 2021: The University Grants Commission (UGC) has instructed all Indian universities to include National Cadet Corps (NCC) as a General Elective Credit Course (GECC). According to the notification issued by the authority on Thursday April 15, 2021, the University Scholarships Committee issued the center’s curriculum based on the recommendation received from the General Directorate of the National Coordination Center through 24 credit hours for a total of 6 semesters for students during course selection. Students who have chosen this course for successful training will be issued with an NCC ‘B’ and then NCC ‘C’ certificate. Explain that candidates who complete the NCC have gained advantages in admission to institutions of higher learning in addition to employee incentives as well as in central and government jobs in various states. Go to the official notification link below to view the country’s list of these benefits. Steps Inspired by the New National Education Policy (NEP 2020)
According to the update from UGC, the decision to make NCC available as a public elective credit course at universities is inspired by the provisions of the new National Education Policy. Explain that the application of a ‘Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)’ has been recommended for undergraduate and higher level courses in NEP 2020, under which students should be able to study the subject / course of their choice rather than study the course. / Subject specified by the university. Selection of students will be permitted. Credits will be issued upon completion of these subjects / courses and a score will be awarded upon completion of the specified number of credits for the entire course.
24 credit hours in 6 semesters for NCC
According to CBCS for NEP 2020, the NCC B and C certification curriculum is designed only by the NCC Directorate for a total of 24 credit hours in 6 semesters at universities. According to the official update, a total of 4 credit hours were allocated in the first two semesters, a total of 10 credit hours were allocated in the third and fourth semesters, and a total of 10 credit hours were allocated in the fifth and sixth semesters as well.