Republic day camp is one of the dreams that every NCC cadet dreams about during their tenure in NCC. Not all cadets get this dream realised and only a few lucky ones are given the opportunity. This year eight cadets from Goa were the chosen ones, out of which six were from 1 Goa battalion NCC Panaji. Out of these six cadets three were from MES College.
MES College army (composite) NCC unit did extremely well, and managed to send three of their cadets namely CSM Arjunsingh Rathore, cadet Sharadhi Shridhar, and cadet Shreya Singh. CSM Rathore was chosen to represent Karnataka and Goa directorate in YEP (youth exchange programme ) at Delhi. He has been interviewed by DG NCC for YEP and is awaiting the results .Cadet Shridhar was selected as best cadet of senior wing of Belgaum group. She had the privilege of being part of Rajpath marching contingent on January 26, 2015. She was also the main lead for group song, played the flute and performed Yakshagana in the group dance of NIAP.
Cadet Singh had the privilege of marching in the Prime Minister’s rally and was selected as the All India Best MC and did her duty as MC during the visit of the chief of army staff General Dalbirsingh. She was also part of a group dance and lead MC in the NIAP programme. Cadet Singh and CSM Rathore were selected as motivational hall briefers; Singh was in charge of the army wing while Rathore was in charge of the naval wing. Both of them have briefed almost all VVIPs such as vice president of India M Hamid Ansari, chief of army, navy, and air force staff, Rao Inderjit Singh, DG NCC lt General Anirudh Chakravorty and foreign officials of YEP countries.
Murgao education society management, principals of the college and higher secondary, staff, students and Apo Major James Christopher are proud of their achievements and congratulate them.