The closing ceremony of the Pre-Territorial Military Camp was held on the premises of Galgotias College of Engineering and Technology.
During the closing ceremony of the Pre-Territorial Military Camp organized under the guidance of the 38th Uttar Pradesh Battalion NCC (National Cadet Corps), Hapur, at Galgotias College of Engineering and Technology in Greater Noida, Group Commander Brigadier Salabh Sonal from NCC Group Headquarters, Ghaziabad, arrived as the chief guest. Upon the arrival of the Group Commander, Camp Commandant Colonel Suresh Bhaik welcomed him, and NCC cadets presented the Guard of Honor. The NCC Group Commander encouraged all the participating cadets from the Ghaziabad group, who were presented at the closing ceremony of the Pre-Territorial Military Camp, and emphasized that they must always work hard to move forward. He extended his best wishes to all the cadets for their outstanding performances in future camps as well.
Addressing the participating NCC cadets in the camp, Dr. K. Mallikarjun Babu, the Vice-Chancellor of Galgotias University, stated that NCC is the largest uniformed organization in the world and provides an opportunity to serve in the Indian Armed Forces. He further encouraged the cadets to put in more efforts, as their dedication will determine their progress in life. Group Commander Suresh Bhaik also motivated the cadets to participate in various camps, including the Republic Day Camp and other related activities, and encouraged those taking part in the Territorial Army Camp to maintain the dignity of NCC Group Ghaziabad and wholeheartedly participate in future camps with dedication and hard work. He imparted lessons of unity, discipline, national service, and commitment to all the cadets.
Chancellor Sunil Galgotia of Galgotias University conveyed his best wishes to all the cadets and expressed that they are the invaluable assets of the nation.
The CEO of Galgotias University, Dhruv Galgotia, also addressed the cadets, while assuring them of a bright future, and in his speech, he highlighted that having a broad vision, a strong determination, hard work, and discipline are the four key mantras for success in life.