“THAL SAINIK CAMP” (TSC) is a platform for an NCC cadet in which he/she can exhibit talents both physically and mentally. Five of our cadets took part in this camp and successfully completed it. This camp was held at Kongu Polytechnic college, Perundurai from 12.05.2018 to 21.05.2018. Two cadets took part in firing. They had also fired several rounds by using sporting riffle. In this camp our cadets went through various obstacles training, chiseled perfection through tough punishment and gained knowledge through theory classes.
40 Cadets along with our ANO participated in the International Yoga Day Celebration in our Institute on 21.06.2018. Subedar Vairavamoorthy made his presence and guided this programme. The cadets gained ample of knowledge about Asanas. The asanas are practiced every day to make our body physically and mentally fit
30 cadets successfully completed the Combined Annual Training Camp in Hindustan Institute of Technology, Coimbatore from 02.07.2018 to 11.07.2018. During this camp cadets of BIT proved their strength by winning in various competitions. SGT Netaji and SGT Mohanraj was the Senior for Alpha and Bravo companies which comprises of 3 colleges and 6 schools. The drill contingent was led by SCUO M.C.Gnanamoorthi and their performance was praised by Officer commanding Lt. Col. Rajesh Kumar Nair. They won volleyball trophy for the 3rd consecutive time
A new raising senior wing (SW) with a strength of 52 Girl cadets in National Cadet Corps (NCC) Army Wing was allotted to BIT. The confirmation letter was received by Lt. Dr. Kalil Rahiman M, Associate NCC Officer from Colonel Nalin Mohan, Commanding Officer, 5 (TN) Girls Battalion NCC, Coimbatore on 07.08.2018.
All dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them and the dream came enlightened after 19 years to commence the SW in our Institution. New raising of 5 (TN) Girls Battalion NCC – Army has approved a strength of 50 cadets for our institution and it’s one man show in raising it by our ANO Lt. Dr. M. Kalil Rahiman. This year in BIT NCC, 16 SWs entered with their spirit of training and determination. Their voice were embarked to command aloud exploring their laurels.
The 72nd independence day was celebrated in our campus on 15.08.2018. Principal Dr. C. Palanisamy hoisted the flag and addressed the gathering. 50 cadets along with Associate NCC Officer Lt. Dr. M Kalil Rahiman executed the independence day parade and made a remarkable show of the day.
The graduation day for the 2017 the batch was conducted on 12.08.2018 with the presence of the Dr. M. K. Surappa, Vice Chancellor Anna University, Chennai. Lt. Dr. M. Kalil Rahiman along with 16 cadets of BIT NCC endeavored the guard of honour for the chief guest. The carvings of BIT NCC got a boost, performing with 16 rifles. 31
Republic day camp is a dream for every NCC cadet. This year our cadets carved our BIT NCC’s name in RDC camps through severe training and great spirit of leadership. Totally 16 cadets were participated in the RDC Selection Camp at Angel College of Engineering and Technology in Tirupur. Out of it, 6 Cadets were selected and got training from 27.08.2018 to 05.09.2018. This became possible only because of their continuous hard work and patriotic dedication.
Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships. As the words shine, our cadets exceled. 15 cadets took part in Kumaraguru College of Engineering's Warfare event for NCC cadets and won the overall trophy. Over 30 Colleges and 30 Schools participated in 3rd Annual Meet. 600 cadets from Army Wing and Air Force Wing comprising Senior Wing, Senior Division and Junior Division rejoiced in this united meet. The BIT NCC performance were outstanding in all events which resulted as Overall Championship and won the Warfare 2k19 Trophy. CUO Vijayakumar took his drill team as parade commander and gave a engrossing show. Cdt Gowthaman exhibited talents and won 3rd prize in Obstacles event. CUO Meiyarasan and Cdt Surendiran participated in Quiz and won 2nd in Quiz. “Teamwork makes the Dream Work.” CUO Meiyarasan, Cdt Balaji, Cdt Dinesh Kumar and Cdt Vinoth Kumar stood 2nd position among 27 teams in 10 km cross country run. Cdt Abinesh excelled in extempore and succeeded with 3rd position.
CUO Kavin Mughil, CUO Meiyarasan, Sgt Nethaji and Cdt Nishant attended the Army Attachment Camp at 1st Bihar regiment Army Base, Secunderabad from 05.11.2018 to 21.11.2018, where they had been exposed to the daily life routine of Army personnel and received a lot of training on weapon handling. Various competitions were conducted and our cadets secured various places in all the competitions. From left: CUO Meiyarasan, CUO Kavin Mughil, Sgt Nethaji and Cdt Nishanth CUO Meiyarassan and Cdt Nishanth secured 2nd and 3rd places in the 2.5 km athletic event. CUO Kavin Mughil secured 1st place in the drill competition and he was the camp Senior for all cadets who were under the first Bihar Regiment. Sgt Nethaji participated in Volley Ball competition and won the trophy.
SCUO Gnanamoorthi and Sgt Mohanraj successfully completed the National Integration Camp from 09.11.2018 to 18.11.2018 at Nagercoil. Cadets from various parts of the Nation participated to learn the virtues and culture of our nation. SCUO Gnanamoorthi represented Coimbatore Group in that prestigious national camp who was selected for his courage and discipline. Sgt Mohanraj represented Coimbatore Group as Volleyball captain and won runner up trophy with his hard work and dedication.
15 cadets had attended the Combined Annual Training Camp which was held at KPR Institute of Technology, Coimbatore from 08.10.2018 to 17.10.2018 and brought laurels to our College by act of valour, bravery and enthusiasm.
The new raising of Junior Division at Bannari Amman Public School was initiated by Lt. Dr. M. Kalil Rahiman on 20.112018 in the presence of Lt. Col. Rajesh Kumar Nair, Officer Commanding, 2 (TN) CTC NCC, Coimbatore. Our ANO took steps to groom the young buds in the school level and he has also succeeded by adding 25 Junior Division cadets. The cadets are being trained and moulded into young patriots by our Senior Division cadets and parade sessions were inspiring them and kindling the patriotism of the spirit of Indian citizenship as they wear their boots and the new way of life less ordinary.
NCC day is celebrated every year on the fourth Sunday in the month of November. We celebrate that grand day in Mechanical Seminar Hall and Associate NCC officer Lt. Dr. M. Kalil Rahiman was our Chief Guest. Its the day, where we get opportunities to showcase our talents. We had various competitions like skit, speech and drawing. Cadets delivered their speech on the topics like Women Empowerment, National Integration and Unity in Diversity. Cadets expressed their views on importance of NCC and conservation of water through their marvelous performance in action. Prizes were also given to the cadets for their extraordinary skills. Finally our distinguished Chief Guest Associate NCC Officer Lt. Dr. M. Kalil Rahiman addressed the gathering and made the day a remarkable one.
Anti-plastic Awareness Campaign cum Swatch Bharat had organised by BIT NCC in fraternity with a Special Task Force and TN Forest Department covering around Bannari Amman temple , Thimbam road and Bhavani Sagar road on 22.12.2018 from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM. 75 Senior Division boys and 15 Senior Wing girl Cadets of BIT along with 61 members of Special Task Force and 10 members of Sathyamangalam Reserve Forest actively participated in this event. Mr. P. G. Arunlal, IFS, Deputy Director, Sathyamangalam Reserve Forest and Special Task Force Team - Dr. Pa. Moorthy, IPS, Superintendent of Police, Mr. S. Sakthivel, ASP, Mr. S. Panbalan, DSP, Mr. A. V. Elamurugan, DSP motivated the cadets by furnishing a speech about the causes, ill effects of plastics. They appreciated the cadets for their involvement in the social responsible activities. 30 big sacks of plastic pollutants were collected at the end of the day. The campaign reflected a positive impact among the public to form a clean environment. The day was successfully completed with sincere efforts of Associate NCC officer Lt. Dr. M. Kalil Rahiman for arranging these kinds of Social Awareness Camp.
20 cadets participated in CADETOFEST program organised by Government Arts College, Coimbatore on 05.01.2019. Our cadets participated in various events and won many prizes. They secured 3rd prize in 4x400m relay. Each and every time, when participating in such competitions our cadets placed a unique position among the other Institutes.
ANO Lt. Dr. M. Kalil Rahiman with our 8 cadets participated in this National Camp. The camp commenced from 07.01.2019 to 16.01.2019 which is a National Level Camp. Cadets from various directorates attended this camp. This trek was led by L Cdr Rakesh Nanda. Cadets gained the tactics by interacting with him during the travel of 54 kms trek. This 10 days camp taught us how to adapt any situation in life. We participated in 54 kms beach walk at Bay of Bengal. We gained knowledge about Wild Life Conservation, Ecology System, Water Management and Afforestation. We also got exposure with other State Cadets, Army Officers, and Naval Officers.
The most anticipated parade of every cadet to salute Our Nation is RD parade. BIT Contingent consist of Company Commander, SCUO, 3 CUOs with 24 files and 97 cadets glorified this RD along with our beloved Chief Guest Dr. C. Palanisamy and our patriotic spectators. Cadets marched with their enthusiasm in Drill, power in swings, boldness in stiffness, proud in uniform, smile from heart, shining in face. Achievement high-flyers got honoured by medal and certificates were distributed. Ex-NCC cadets and alumna took part and contented with their juniors show.
Everyone cannot get an opportunity to handle a rifle, but the cadets got an opportunity in Rifle handling, dismantling, assembling, Map reading and drill practices. These activities were conducted for the cadets from 07.02.2019 to 08.02.2019 in our campus. 72 Senior Division, 10 Senior Wing, 25 Junior Division from BAPS took part in the training programme. Lt. Dr. M. Kalil Rahiman, Associate NCC Officer, Dr. M Malathi Caretaker and Mr. Shoban Babu, BAPS along with CHM. Rajadurai, Hav. Eswarao of 2 (TN) CTC NCC, Coimbatore were involved in the training programme.
Every year Road Safety day is celebrated between 4th February and 10th February. We the cadets observed 30th road safety week on 07.02.2019 and Principal Dr. C. Palanisamy presided over the function. Shri N. Palanivelu, Regional Transport Office was the Chief Guest of the day. He addressed the gathering and Ms. R. Prathiba, Road Inspector gave talk on road safety and briefed the importance of road safety. As a road user, we pledged to observe and follow transport norms. We also received a pamphlet regarding the rules and regulations of road safety in the function with video lectures which created awareness
19th graduation day function was organised on 17.02.2019 with the presence of the Chief guest Dr. Anil D Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE, New Delhi and our beloved Chairman Dr. S. V. Balasubramaniam. Lt. Dr. M Kalil Rahiman along with 16 cadets of BIT NCC, endeavored the guard of honour. The carvings of BIT NCC got a boast with cadets performing the guard of honor with 16 rifles.
The new raising of SW Inaugural function in Bannari Amman Institute of Technology commenced on 19.02.2019 with the lighting of lamp by dignitaries – Major Priyanka Chauhan, Administrator Officer, Mrs. Aswathi, Girl Cadet Instructor, Dr. C. Palanisamy, Principal, BIT, Lt. Dr. M. Kalil Rahiman, ANO, BIT NCC. Our ANO welcomed the esteemed dignitaries, cadets and ex-NCC seniors. Dr. C. Palanisamy Principal, BIT addressed the gathering and ensured management’s support for all activities of NCC. He wished New raising wing to be successful. Maj. Chauhan described the importance of girl’s participation in every aspects, nook of every field and put a high bolt in their hearts by motivating them. Ms. Aswathi in her address, gave an idea to the senior wing cadets about the Opportunities in NCC and gave them a right track to set foot. The cadets got overwhelmed by the words right away to their heart like a canon. In the end, Dr. Malathi Mahalingam proposed vote of thanks to all. She thanked all the invited guests and participants for gracing the occasion by their solemn presence. She also thanked the management for providing all kinds of facilities to commence such a historical wing in BIT.
Bannari Amman Institute sponsored 200 memento of Chief Minister’s Banner Winners 2019 as a award of appreciation to encourage the hard work and dedication for RDC, TSC, VSC and IGC of 2018-2019. BIT NCC’s Cdt Arasan is one of them to receive the memento. Ceremony took place in PSG Medical College, Coimbatore on 27.02.2019.
BIT NCC march fasted during 2018-2019’s BIT Annual Sports Day on 15.03.2019 with spirit of leadership, sportsmanship, fraternity and enthusiasm. They led the College Sports March team.
World is facing environmental problems. Global Warming, Ozone Depletion and Pollution are burning issues of the day. Solution to these problems lies in planting more trees. Nevertheless, we got another opportunity to help our community and our Mother Nature. BIT students and members of faculty went to plant trees in and around Bannari Amman temple on 17.03.2019 and spread green within our surroundings. We planted about more than 300 saplings around 1.5 acres. Cadets took part in the plant sapling and beautification of the surrounding village. The environment of the village lawns will be drastically changed in few days because of tree plantation.
Lt. Dr. KALIL RAHIMAN M, Associate NCC Officer has completed the NCC Refresher Course at Officer’s Training Academy, Kamptee, Nagpur from 01.03.2019 to 30.03.2019, which inculcate the skills out of Military Training Course for future promotion in the levels of Army rank.