SUO S Krishnapriya attend EBSB VIII Camp online
ONLINE EBSB SAPTAH PHASE VIII – 2021
‘Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat’ of NCC is an annual camp for national integration conducted between paired
states. The aim of EBSB VIII camp is to foster a sense of unity and nationalism amongst the NCC cadets and with paired states.
EBSB VIII camp is an important means of imparting training to the cadets at National level and to promote National Integrity among the cadets and showcase unity in diversity. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic NCC is conducting Online EBSB VIII between the paired states , to promote knowledge about each other. The 6 days online EBSB VIII events conducted between NCC Kerala & Lakshadweep Directorate and Uttarakhand Directorate from 23 Aug 2021 to 28 Aug 2021 via online platforms Google meet and Microsoft teams.
Day 1 (23 August 2021): On the first day ,The camp started with a grand inauguration. All the cadets took national pledge together with unity. The hosting was done by Eranakulam group. messages were given by LT Dr Joseph John(The Group Commander of Eranakulam group) and LT John Sinoj(The Nodal
ANO) which energized the entire camp. A presentation based on the History & geography of Kerala and Lakshadweep was presented by 1(k) group and the same of Uttarakhand was presented by 29 Uttarakhand. The camp took all the efforts to clear the queries of cadets through an interactive session.
Day 2 & 3( 24&25 August 2021): EXPA -Personality development training was conducted by Srimati Pallavi Ramesh via Google meet online platform. Pallavi ma’am conducted a very interactive and wonderful session based on the topics self -esteem, self-confidence, ideal image, real image, gender equality , and introspection. Many activities were there for cadets for improving their personality, self-esteem etc. Day 4 (26 August 2021)-started with a presentation on the cultural heritage, festivals, customs, and traditions of Kerala and Uttarakhand. The next session was also a presentation based on the Topic ‘know your constitution’ by NCC Directorate (Uttarakhand). Folk dance performance and performance on a musical instrument by a cadet each from both Directorates.
Day 5 (27 August 2021) – started with a presentation on demographic patterns, flora, and fauna of Kerala and Uttarakhand. The next session was ‘Dekho Apna Desh’ video clipping based on historical and tourism sites in Uttarakhand and Kerala. Then a presentation on the cuisine of Uttarakhand and Kerala and oration and elocution on the topic ‘Duties of citizens in constitution of India’. Day 6 (28 August 2021) Finally, the last day of the camp was started with a presentation by 7 KERALA Girls Battalion of Kerala & Lakshadweep Directorate based on the “preamble of our constitution”. The presentation was prepared by SUO Krishnapriya S from St. joseph’s College (Autonomous), Irinjalakuda. A quiz competition and poetry recitation competition based on the theme ‘Quit India Movement’ were conducted and coordinated by NCC Directorate ( Kerala & Lakshadweep). After the closing address by NCC Kerala & Lakshadweep Directorate, all cadets were asked to give their feedback.
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