Liaison Office NCC Unit

Office of The Liaison Officer




NCC AMU consists of the following units:-

1  8 UP Bn NCC Boys AMU, Aligarh (Senior Division)

2  1 UP Engrs. Coy AMU, Aligarh (Senior Division)

3  3 UP Girls Bn AMU, Aligarh (Senior Division)

4  8 UP Bn NCC Boys AMU, Aligarh (Junior Division)

I.          8 UP Bn NCC Boys AMU, Aligarh (Senior Division):-

It consists of two Companies of strength 155 Cadets each. The purpose of this Battalion (Bn) is to prepare the cadets for the Infantry Division of the Army. Two company commanders command the two Coys Viz. 1/8 and 2/8. The structure of the office is as follows:

II.        1 UP Engrs. Coy. AMU Aligarh (Senior Division): -

It consists of 200 cadets from Zakir Husain College of Engineering and Technology (ZHCOET), University Polytechnic and Science Graduate Students. The structure of the Office is as follows:

III.       3 UP Girls Bn AMU, Aligarh (Senior Division):-

It consists of 100 cadets from Women's College. One Coy Commander from Women's College AMU commands the Coy.

IV.       8 UP Bn  NCC  Boys AMU, Aligarh (Junior Division): -

It consists of 200 cadets. In this 100 cadets are from S.T High School and the remaining 100 cadets are from City High School AMU, Aligarh. One Troop Commander each from their respective schools commands the unit.


All the cadets of NCC have to undergo training in a session for 40 days in the evening at their respective units. The NCC training is the part time course and is of two years duration for Senior Division and Junior Division Cadets. After two year of training and after attending one camp the cadet is eligible to appear in B certificate examination with 75 % parade attendance. After the 3rd  year the cadet is eligible for C certificate examination, if he has passed the B-certificate exam and has attended two camps.

The NCC camps  generally held are:

1.   Combined Annual Training Camp

2.   Army Attachment Camp

3.    NIC Camp etc.

In addition to the above camps and training the cadets have to participate in the following social services:

1.   Tree Plantation

2.    Blood Donation

3.   Traffic Control etc.


After passing successfully the C Certificate Examination the cadet can be benefited in the following way

Defence Services: - Vacancies are reserved for commission in the defence forces for the C certificate holder. The breakup is as follows:

1.     64 seats in Indian Military Academy (IMA) Dehradun, through UPSC and Service Selection Board (SSB) interview.

2.    100 seats in Officers Training Academy (OTA), Chennai for short service commission by SSB only.

3.     UPSC written exam is not mandatory and the C certificate holders have to only face the SSB interview for commission in the Navy.

4.    10% seats are reserved in all course including flying training courses in the Air Force.

5.     Bonus Marks for recruitment in various Para Military Forces.

State Governments:- Various states give preference to the NCC C Certificate holder in the State Services.

Industries: - Many Industries give preferences to NCC C Certificate holder for various jobs.