Cadets participate in Rock Climbing Adventure Training

September 29, 2016

The cadets of Einstein Academy (EA) successfully completed a day-long Rock Climbing Adventure Training at Nepal Himalaya Adventure Tour & Training Center, Balaju, Kathmandu, on Thursday, September 22, 2016.  

 

Altogether, 35 cadets including 18 girls and 17 boys participated in the training. Rock Climbing is also one of the basic training to the cadets conducted by National Cadets Corps (NCC), Nepal.

This is the second consecutive batch from EA who are under the 12th Senior Division Training of NCC, Nepal, for the fiscal year 2016/17).

 

The cadets from across the country are under 100-day trainings that commenced from August 8, 2016 (Shrawan 24, 2073). The trainings include 79 days institutional and 21 days annual camp.

The main objective of the NCC course is to promote patriotism, discipline and leadership among the higher secondary school students.

 

The Institutional Phase includes four categories – Physical Training (Aerobics, Mass PT, Taekwondo), Basic Military Skills (Drill, Khukuri Drill, Field Craft/Battle Craft, Map Reading, Weapon training and Firing), Disaster Management (Introduction of Disaster Management, Types of disaster prone to Nepal, Different role of Volunteer during disaster Response) and Adventure Training (Swimming, Horse Rising, Swimming, Rock Climbing, Hiking, Rafting).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Photo Courtesy: Shakti Dura)

 

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