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Six NCC Cadets from Parul University are all set to march before the PM at 74th Republic Day Parade 2023

It has been more than 74 years since India gained its freedom and joining the 2023 Republic Day Celebration are six of Parul University's NCC cadets who will be taking part in the parade in New Delhi.

Six NCC Cadets from Parul University are all set to march at the 74th Republic Day Parade 2023.
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It has been more than 74 years since India gained its freedom and joining the 2023 Republic Day Celebration are six of Parul University’s NCC cadets who will be taking part in the parade in New Delhi. The grand event annually witnesses the attendance of thousands of proud citizens and government officials, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the nation takes pride in celebrating and embracing the growth and trajectory of India over the years, Parul University is also expressing its pride by having its NCC students having the honor of marching before the nation’s Prime Minister.

Over the last six months, the students underwent rigorous training competing against other cadets in order to represent the Gujarat Directorate. The students include Cadet Saara Fatima who is a wing army in the youth program and prime ministers rally, LCadet Sejal Yadav is in the youth exchange program and best cadet competition, and L.Cadet Raviraj Singh Sisodiya is in the guard of honor. In the current year, a greater number of cadets from the University were selected over the past years, with additional cadets such as Cadet Jairaj Singh Paddiyar, the guard of honor, Cadet Jivani Devansh and Cadet Prisca Patric Prim as the Kartavya path.

The Armed Forces Motivational Cell at the University is continuously training NCC cadets in an effort to instil military bearing and leadership qualities, and to assist them towards pursuing careers in the Armed Forces. These efforts have paid rich dividends for the NCC cadets of Parul University. The cadets are trained in physical fitness, self-discipline, public speaking, military bearing and drill competitions amongst many other valuable skill sets.

“It is our duty at Parul University to ensure students are trained and groomed in such a way that allows them to have a sense of responsibility towards the nation. It is truly a matter of pride to see our students represent the University on such a great national platform. We shall continue nurturing them to pursue careers that allow them to serve the nation,” said the University’s President, Dr Devanshu Patel.

To know more visit https://paruluniversity.ac.in/

First published on: 24-01-2023 at 15:45 IST
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