Rifle-shooting simulator hall opens at LU

  • | Sunday | 3rd December, 2023

Lucknow: A rifle-shooting simulator hall was inaugurated at 63 Battalion National Cadet Corps (NCC) office at Lucknow University on Saturday.The rifle-shooting simulator hall is equipped with the latest advancements in technology, providing NCC cadets and other students with an immersive rifle-shooting experience. The hall boasts of advanced virtual targets, sophisticated scoring systems and feedback mechanisms, enabling students to refine their marksmanship skills, said LU spokesperson Dugesh Srivastava.He said the facility would elevate the NCC training experience for cadets and students alike, equipping them with the skills and confidence and achieve their goals in this domain. The inaugural was part of the pre-convocation event 2023.The hall stands as a testament to the universitys unwavering pursuit of excellence in NCC training, he added.The function witnessed the presence of Brig Neeraj Punetha, Cdr NCC Group Lucknow, Col.Harsh Kumar Jha, SM Commanding Officer, Col. Rakesh Tiwari, Adam Officer, 63 UP BN NCC, defence studies department coordinator Prof OP Shukla and others. tnnWe also published the following articles recentlyReady, aim, shoot: 4th city school gets rifle rangeKolkata schools, including La Martiniere School, Heritage School, Newtown School, and DPS Megacity, have set up shooting ranges in response to the success of Indian shooters. La Martiniere School recently inaugurated an air rifle shooting range on its campus, following the excitement among students. Other schools have also expressed interest but lack sufficient space. The West Bengal Rifle association has seen an increase in interest in the sport and is reviewing applications from schools to ensure safety and security. Heritage School has recently upgraded its shooting range, accommodating 10 to 15 students at a time.Actress Yamuna Srinidhi reflects on NCC day, says, "It helped me discover my genuine interests and explore my identity"Yamuna Srinidhi reflects on the profound impact of her NCC experience, emphasizing the pivotal role it played in her personal and professional growth. She credits NCC for turning her into a confident public speaker and a global citizen. Yamuna shares how her NCC discipline helped her succeed in a demanding action role in a movie. Her story serves as an inspiration, highlighting the enduring impact of organizations like the National Cadet Corps in fostering discipline, commitment, and personal growth on NCC Day.Forbes releases first-ever Hall of Shame list: Who all are on it?Forbes releases its 30 Under 30 list, showcasing young entrepreneurs and change-makers. This year, for the first time, they have also released a Hall of Shame list, highlighting 10 individuals from the 30 Under 30 list who have taken a dubious path. The individuals on the list include Sam Bankman-Fried, Caroline Ellison, Nate Paul, Charlie Javice, Cody Wilson, Martin Shkreli, Steph Korey, Lucas Duplan, Phadria Prendergast, and James OKeefe.

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