The National Cadet Corps (N.C.C) acts as a cohesive force by promoting national integration and oneness in the country. It plays an important role in shaping the character of our youth by instilling in them the values of patriotism, selfless service, unique discipline and commendable hard work.

The N.C.C unit of T.M.G.College commenced in the year 1990.The unit comes under the 29 Kerala N.C.C. Battalion, which is under the supervision of Kozhikode N.C.C Group. At present there is a platoon  of 54 cadets with  21 Girls cadets (SW) and 33 Boys Cadets(SD).

The activities of the unit commenced with the Independence Day celebrations. The unit carried out many adventure and social service activities. The regular parades was followed by a social service venture such as planting the trees, cleaning the College compound, Blood donation camp  etc,. One of the highlights of the year’s social work  is NCC palliative Wing activity  and drug free campus programme . The unit carried out the sanitation work, which included the disposal of plastic and other unwanted polluting materials from the hospital premises. An AIDS awareness campaign was carried out by this unit for the coastal people. In addition to attending various training programmes, used to undertake charity programmes, and conduct social and environmental awareness programmes in and around the college.

The Armed Forces Flag Day (7th December) is observed every year to pay our profound homage to the martyrs who had sacrificed their lives for the Nation. Our unit successfully carried out the function of Flag Day Fund collection and contributed a good amount of money to the concerned authority. The amount collected by Hundi boxes and by way of sales of car flag, token flag will be utilized for the financial assistance to Ex-servicemen, widows and their children.

The camps form a very important part of N.C.C. training programme. The camps provide the thrill of outdoor and community living to the cadets. The active participation of our cadets in all camps such as National Integration, Leadership, attachment, Republic Day and Independence Day camps are notable facts.

Aims and Objectives.

  1. NCC aims at to develop good qualities like good character discipline, patriotism, secularism, selfless service, courage, comradeship, hard work attitude, sportsman spirit, adventure etc among Indian youth to mould them into useful citizen.2. It also aims at to create a resource of human youth who are competent to take responsibilities in various walks of life3. It also aims at to create a pool of human youth to absorb into Indian armed forces like Army, Navy, Air force and other paramilitary forces.

Motto of NCC

Unity and Discipline

Associated NCC Officer.

The ANO of the college is Lieutenant SHUKKOOR ILLATH. He took charge of NCC in the year 2014. He passed the PRCN Course from Officers’ Training Academy ,Kamtee,Nagpur with ‘A’ Grade and also got Award from DG NCC for best performance in physical Training.

Special Achievements

In the year 2009-2010, SUO.Abilash.A was selected to attend National Trekking Camp at Gaya,Bihar.Sgt.Niyas andCpl.Arun were selected to 64th Republic day Parade (Rajpath) ,Delhi in the year 2012-13.Thay also got chance to attend PM Rally at Delhi.Sgt.Abid KMwas selected for Pre-RDC, Thiruvananthapuram and attended the NCC Calicut group contingent guard of honor.Sgt.Arathi got gold medal in Intergroup firing competition in the year 2013-14.UO .SubishaUK  got  gold medal Obstacle race   while she was attending All India Tal Sainik Camp at Delhi in the year 2015 and she was also the contingent commander of kerala&Lakshdweep Directorate TSC team.L/Cpl  MohammedSuhail was selected as the Captain of NCC kerala&Lakshdweep Directorate football team which participate NCC National Games held at New Delhiin the year 2015.

Annual reports:

Annual Report 2017-18 : Click to view

Annual Report 2018-19 : Click to view

Annual Report 2019-20 : Click to view

Annual Report 2020-21 : Click to view

Annual Report 2021-22 : Click to view

Annual Report 2022-23 : Click to view


NCC Officer:

Captain Shukoor Illath