BNCC At a Glance
BANGLADESH NATIONAL CADET CORPS (BNCC):
Bangladesh National Cadet Corps (BNCC) has a long glorious history. Many members of this organization (the then UOTC) took an active part in our great War of independence and had supreme sacrifices. Bangladesh National Cadet Corps (BNCC) was established in 1979 under the provisions of the Indian Territorial Force Act 1950 which was replaced by BNCC Act no 46 in the year 2016. The main function of this organization is to organize and train the selected students of schools, colleges, and universities with the aim of developing their leadership qualities, sense of duty, commitment, dedication, discipline, and moral value so that they become good/useful citizens.
CADET IN BNCC:
The students enrolled under the BNCC Act 2016 are called cadets. Cadets are basically the students of the schools, colleges, and universities where the BNCC activities exist. Cadets are the main functional force of BNCC, who all are trained and prepared to work voluntarily for the nation.
MOTTO OF BNCC:
Knowledge & Discipline
SPIRIT OF BNCC:
OBJECTIVE OF BNCC:
Train the students of Schools, Colleges, and Universities in order to make good citizens who can render their services to the nation as organized and disciplined volunteers during peace and war.
TASKS & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Tasks and responsibilities of the cadets of BNCC.
To prepare to serve the nation during a national emergency.
To render services to the distressed citizens and the nation during man-made and natural disasters.
To act as an aid to the Armed Forces to safeguard national integrity.
To undertake any responsibilities given by the government.