The new curriculum for the National Cadet Corps (NCC) will be introduced in Jharkhand schools and colleges, said NCC director general Bihar and NCC Jharkhand directorate Major General M Inderbalan.
A US government statement said the new exchange rate would be covered by an optional credit system and the Jharkhand government nodded.
Major General M. Inderbalan, additional director general, directorate of NCC Bihar-Jharkhand, said so far many changes have been made in the training of NCC cadets, a unique step is introduction as a subject in universities. New education system.
As part of the new program, NCC cadets benefit from grades in their performance and receive academic recognition.
Previously, NCC training was conducted outside of school and cadets could only receive allowances according to state guidelines.
NCC officials say colleges and schools that have been approved to train the NCC, but have not done so, will be identified when notifications are sent to underperforming institutions.
The process of hiring new teachers to train NCC cadets has also begun, the statement said.
The official said a training program for naval cadets had started in Jharkhand and was held in Patrat, he said a proposal for a training program at Tilaya Dam is also ready and approved by the state government.