The history of college NCC organization is very old in its tradition. The college raised NCC unit (i.e. 5/9 Coy.) in the year 1963 and since then it has been functioning successfully. Students are allowed to get membership of the NCC unit in the beginning of the session. Girl-students of the college are also eligible to get membership of NCC through admission to open unit for the girls operating in our neighbouring institution, Sripat Singh College. The college is, however, trying to open a similar unit for the girl-students interested in joining NCC. Motto of NCC is "Unity and Discipline". Cadets attending regular NCC parades are eligible to receive training certificates issued by the college NCC unit. The NCC cadets may also appear at the 'B' and 'C' certificate examinations conducted by theMinistry of Defence, Government of India. In addition to the regular training, NCC students have enough scope for participating in various community development and other extension activities. In fact, joining the NCC gives extra charm and status among the students desirous of contributing something to the cause of our nation. Recently, both Govt. of India and Govt. of West Bengal have given priority and advantage to NCC 'B' and 'C' Certificate holders in various defence related recruitment examinations. The cadets of the college are trying to encash this benefit as maximum as possible. On an average about 10 cadets are getting job every year with the help of NCC 'B' or 'C' certificate. This is no doubt an encouraging trend indeed. Enrolment in NCC is done on the basis of Physical fitness test. At present the College Unit Commander is Lieut. Dr. A. M. Mishra and Office Assistant is'S.K. Karmakar (NCC 'C' certificate holder).