NCC is an important training activity to inculcate leadership qualities among the students. The school has the distinction of having all the three wings of NCC Army, Navy and Air Force for boys and Army for girls, which motivates the cadets to join the Armed Forces.
NCC cadets and School Band have participated many times in the Republic Day Parade in New Delhi.
PPS observes ‘Nagrik Jagruk Pakhwada’
NCC (Air Wing) Cadets of The Punjab Public School, Nabha celebrated ‘Nagrik Jagruk Pakhwada’ on April 17, 2017. On the occasion, the cadets made the public aware of the importance of digital transaction. They told them the new mode was the right alternative after demonetisation. They interacted with the local merchants and enlightened them about how it will eliminate corruption from the system. Dr Jagpreet Singh, Headmaster, The Punjab Public School said it was vital the people switch over to the new mode for the overall development and prosperity of the nation. It was high time the country went completely cashless, he said. II Officer Shahid Ahmed, Incharge, NCC Air Wing was present on the occasion.
PPS observes Swachhta Diwas
NCC (Air Wing) Cadets of The Punjab Public School, Nabha celebrated ‘Swachhta Diwas’ as part of the Clean India Drive (Swachh Bharat Abhiyan) on April 18, 2017. The cadets cleared garbage lying on the way to Gurudwara Akalgarh Sahib. Dr Jagpreet Singh, Headmaster, The Punjab Public School impressed on the cadets the need to maintain cleanliness. They took a solemn pledge to ensure clean surroundings. II Officer Shahid Ahmed, Incharge, NCC Air Wing was present on the occasion.
Swachh Bharat Drive (NCC Air Wing)
The cadets of NCC Air Wing took part in a Cleanliness Drive at Railway Station Colony, Patiala as part of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Mission) on August 7, 2016. Mr Garry Everett, Deputy Headmaster, The Punjab Public School, Nabha, II Officer Shahid Ahmed and Cpl Alok from 3 Punjab Air Sqn NCC Patiala were present on the occasion. The cadets collected garbage lying in the colony and also enlightened the people on the importance of hygiene.
PPS students attend Band Display and Weaponry Exhibition organised by the 14th Battalion- the Brigade of the Guards
58 students and 4 teachers-Mr Shahid Ahmed, Ms Swarjot Kaur, Mr Amandeep Singh and Ms Ishmeet Singh from The Punjab Public School, Nabha witnessed the Band Display and an exhibition of weaponry organised by the 14th Battalion-the Brigade of the Guards at Patiala on August 11, 2016. They also saw army bridges, signal support systems, mobile container operating theatre and tanks. The high point of the visit was a ride in the tank both for teachers and students. In their interaction with the chief guest Lt Gen Ajay Singh, they discussed the hard lifestyle of soldiers. Yashasvi Garg and Nazneen Sandhu gave interviews for Zee TV at the conclusion of the function.