The National Cadet Corps unit of Sri Vasavi College was started in the year 1970-71, with an aim to inculcate discipline, patriotism and other desirable qualities in the minds of students. During its inception, the strength was 70, and currently, the strength is 115. The boys NCC Wing has a strength of 90 and the girls NCC Wing, which was started in the year 1999-2000, has a strength of 25. Both the boys unit and girls unit are performing well. Lieutenant S.Z.Niazudeen is the NCC officer of the boys-wing, and Lieutenant N. Mythili is the NCC Officer of the girls-wing.


To develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, sprit of adventure and sportsmanship and the ideas of selfless service among the youth to make them useful citizens.


The cadets have attended various National and State level Camps.
National Level State Level National Level State Level
Republic Day Parade 4
Basic Leadership Camp 10 8 8 5
National Integration Camp 45 90 7 10
Army Attachment Camp 25
Special Adventure Camp 20
Cycle Expedition 60
Combined Annual Training 990



On various occasions, many Army officials visited our Institution. Commodore R.S.Malia, Deputy Director of NCC, Tamil Nadu andPondicherry visited our Institution during February 1973 and accepted the ceremonial parade honour given by our cadets. Col.N.Ramachandran, Group Commodore, Coimbatore visited our College during August 2000, and accepted the Guard of Honour given by our NCC Cadets. Lt.Col.K.Ramakrishnan, CO, 15 TN BN NCC, Erode, Lt.Col.B.B.Gurung, CO, 4 TN BN NCC, Coimbatore, Lt.Col.Alwarsamy, AO, 12 TN BN NCC, Salem, and Lt.Col.K.P.Chawhan CO, 5 Girls TN BN NCC, Coimbatore are other important Army officials visited our Institution.


The vast training grounds, location of semi-urban area, the facility for short-firing range, water resources, etc., available in our campus have made it possible to organize various NCC camps. Five camps have been organized in different years in which more than 2000 boy and girl cadets from different parts of the country have stayed in our campus and enjoyed their camp life.

Besides, our College has been the center for the conduct of B and C certificate examinations conducted by the Coimbatore Group Army Officials. The NCC cadets from different districts like Erode, Salem, Namakkal, Dharmapuri, Ooty, and Coimbatore appeared for the examinations.


The NCC unit has organized various social service activities like conducting blood donation camps, and tree plantation programmes, assisting the police officials in traffic regulation, conduct of general and civic elections, etc. Nearly 200 families residing at Mayavaram village near Perumalmalai, Erode benefited from the free supply of dresses collected from our students. Nearly 300 people benefited from the special one-day heart-check-up camp conducted during February 2001, with the co-operation from KG Hospitals, Coimbatore.