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NCC cadets exhorted to join Army

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Jalandhar, May 17

Col Vinod Joshi, Commanding Officer of 2 Punjab NCC Battalion, briefed 650 cadets and students on getting commission and recruitment as Agniveers in the Indian Army.

Col Joshi said that there are 17 types of commissions in the Indian Army which provide employment opportunities to the youth, from senior secondary to post-graduate level. The Commanding Officer encouraged the students to participate in sports and cultural activities along with the school curriculum. He emphasised on keeping a positive attitude in life.

The programme started with an inspirational video about the National Defence Academy (NDA). In his two-hour speech, Col Joshi briefed the cadets and students about the challenges faced by the Army as well as facilities available to soldiers. In his speech, he asked the students to work hard to fulfill their dreams with positive thinking and determination.

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