National Cadet Corps (NCC) means unity and discipline, said NCC cadets getting training in Pulwama district of Jammu & Kashmir. NCC brothers arrive from different regions and we have all united as one and become one here, cadets said. There is no fight. We have enjoyed the ten-day training here. Explaining the history of NCC, a cadet said NCC first came to India on July 15, 1948. The formation of NCC was primarily to prepare the youth as a second base of the Army. The NCC stands for National Cadet Corps. The Indian Armed Forces’ youth wing, the National Cadet Corps, is a Tri-Services Organisation comprising the Army, Navy, and Air Wing committed to educating the country’s youngsters to be disciplined and patriotic citizens. New Delhi is the headquarters of the NCC. In the First World War, the second Army was from NCC. The need had arisen then. So this trend of preparing the youth both boys and girls as NCC takes place. The NCC training provides cadets with a character and discipline. Comradeship, coordination and teamwork takes place in cadets. One cadet said he had set his aims for entering the NDA. I want to enter the Army for the country and achieve high ranks, said aspiring NCC cadets.