Republic Day - Women Empowerment

On 26th January, 1950, the Constitution of India came into effect. 70 years on, as we celebrate our 70th Republic Day, students across all schools and colleges performed shows and stunts in honour of the country. Similarly, the NSS (National Service Scheme) and NCC (National Cadet Corps) students of my college put up two spectacular shows yesterday.

NSS VOLUNTEERS HOLDING THE INDIAN NATIONAL FLAG

While NCC focused on all things military, the NSS volunteers took us through the "Timeline of the Indian National Flag". The highlight of the event was how they made girls take center stage for their Motorcade Formation. In today's age where people are fighting for Women Empowerment, this was an epic moment. And let me tell you, the core idea of making the girls ride Royal Enfields and drive Dusters came from the BOYS.

GIRL POWER LEADS TO WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

The NCC cadets were nothing less, with Rifle parades, formations, war depiction scenes and jumping out of moving cars.




NCC BIKE STUNTS


Links to the NCC performance videos:

 http://www.shamika.in/2019/01/royal-college-ncc-unit-josh.html
http://www.shamika.in/2019/01/republic-day-parade-full-show.html
http://www.shamika.in/2019/01/republic-day-parade-motorcade.html
http://www.shamika.in/2019/01/royal-college-ncc-unit-26th-jan-trust.html


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