Extra Curricular Activities

NCC- Navy

SDM College NCC Naval wing was established in the year 2001. Our NCC subunit comes under 5KAR Naval Unit NCC, Mangalore. It is a part of “Karnataka and Goa” NCC Directorate. Since establishment our unit has been enthusiastically undertaking many creative tasks covering all NCC activities such as conducting regular training parades, motivating cadets to join armed forces, organizing social service activities, conducting trekking, sending cadets to various national level camps like Republic Day Camp (RDC), All India Nau-Sainik Camp (AINSC) and International level events like Youth Exchange Program (YEP), Adventure expeditions and other training camps. Right from the birth of NCC Naval Unit in our college Lt. Dr.ShridharBhat, ANO No. 5 Karnataka Naval Unit NCC has been leading the cadets with great enthusiasm.

NCC - Senior Division

NCC Army wing of the college is a subunit of 18 KAR BN NCC, Mangalore under Mangalore Group. At Present the unit is headed by Capt. G. R Bhat with the authorised strength of the 52 Cadets. Every year cadets participate in various camps like combined Annual Training Camp, National Integration Camp, Basic Leadership Camp, Advance Leadership Camp, Army Attachment Camp, All India Trekking Camp, Tala Sainik Camp, and Republic Day Selection Camps.

NCC- Senior Wing

From the academic year 2017-2018 National Cadet Corp’s senior wing (Army) comprising of 52 lady cadets has been launched under the guidance of Capt. Dr. Devaki, Assistant Professor, PG Department of Commerce of the College.


The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian Government-sponsored public service program conducted by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports of the Government of India. The scheme was launched in Gandhiji’s Centenary year 1969 aiming at developing student’s’ personality through community service. NSS being a voluntary association of the College since 1972. Annual Special Camp, Adoption of School, Awareness Activities on Water Conservation, No Food Wastage, Anti Drug Abuse, Civic Sense and Energy Efficiency, Blood Donation Camp, Planting the Saplings are the focused areas. In addition to this, programmes notified by MHRD and Directorate of Collegiate Education such as Digital India voluntary registration, Sadbhavana Fortnight, Unnath Bharath Abhiyaan are undertaken by the unit.

Rovers & Rangers

Rovers and Rangers unit of the college began in 1995. It is a unit of The Bharath Scouts and Guides. It is a voluntary, non-political, educational platform for young people, open to all without any distinction of origin, race or creed in accordance with the principles, purpose and method conceived by the founder Lord Baden Powell in 1907. Rovering and Rangering are meant for Boys and Girls aged between 16 and 25 with “Service” and “Adventure” as its twin mottos. Training Programme on “Knots”, “First Aid”, Gandhi Jayathi celebration, Band – set service for the celebration of Independence Day, Republic Day Celebrations and Annual Sports Meet, Awareness Programmes, Drug Bank , Blood Donation Camps are the focused areas


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