|City||Delhi, , India|
|Phone||23011994, 23013430 Mobile No: 9810506063 (AA&QMG)|
|[email protected], [email protected]|
The audio visual infrastructure of NDC auditorium or the lecture hall, has been upgraded with the state of art audio - visual equipment. A 100 delegate Digital Congress Network has been installed. The projection system has the capability of taking four inputs from different sources and can be displayed simultaneously on the screen, apart from this, the projector has a built in server of its own. The audio system comprises of six BOSE speakers powered by BOSE amplifiers. The whole audio system is software driven and can be controlled remotely through LAN. There are six displays in the auditorium which are projected on two plasma screens apart from a big high quality screen of 12' by 7' size, three monitors one each for the SDS Incharge, the speaker and the rostrum. The switching between any of these can be seamlessly done from the control room through software.The audio visual infrastructure of the Air Force Briefing room has also been upgraded with the state of art equipment. The projection system that is used here is the Rear Projection System which is networked and has a built in server. The rear projection system is one of its kind in defence establishments in Delhi. Apart from this a computer, a VCD, 13 delegates with amplifiers and a video camera are also integrated for the video conferencing system with this equipment. The whole system is controlled through a touch panel remotely or through LAN.National Defence College has put in place a video conferencing equipment with the latest technology. The equipment is capable of connecting six stations simultaneously with one MCU and 10 stations if two MCU are connected in tandem. The control is excersied from a central control station. The facility is being effectively utilised by the course officers for their strategic exercise games. The whole system is integrated with the LAN of NDC.The Info-Tech Centre houses 18 Personal Computers on a Local Area Network (LAN) with associated scanners and network printers. A Document Management System (DMS) with a scanner is also linked to the network. The computers, scanners and printers at the Info-Tech Centre are for use by Course Members for IAG work, presentations and individual thesis work. These computers have the necessary software installed on them.
Internet Browsing Room
The Internet Room on the First Floor houses 32 PCs connected to a 4 Mb Internet leased line. Course Members can use the Internet facility to obtain material for various studies or thesis work. Members of families can use the Internet Room only on Saturdays.College has installed wi fi acces points with WEP configuration and the internet leased line is available for use from any location in the College.NDC is a pioneering institute of its type in Asia. The basic role of the college has remained largely unchanged since 1959, when the President of India sanctioned “the setting up of a National Defence College for providing instruction to senior service and civil officers in the wider aspects of higher direction and strategy of warfare." Today, NDC continues to provide future decision-makers with the necessary skills and background for filling senior positions in national security and associated fields.
The aim of the National Defence College is to impart training in national and international security related fields to selected senior Defence and Civil Services officers and to promote research and understanding of various linked issues by creating the necessary academic environment for such work.
The Role of the National Defence College is:-
To provide a facility to bring together selected senior officers from various departments of the Government of India and friendly foreign countries for the purpose of giving them a structured exposure to various issues related to the national security of a modern state in general and India in particular.
To facilitate individual development of selected senior officers of the Indian and Foreign Defence Forces, Indian Civil Services and other organisations by creating an academic environment for the study of issues related to National Security.
To develop a thorough and lasting mutual understanding between different organs of the Government of India and selected foreign countries by creating an environment and opportunities for developing such understanding between officers under training at the National Defence College.
To be an instrument for the Government of India to foster better understanding, mutual co-operation and desirable linkages, in the National, Regional and International Security related fields, with selected foreign countries.
National Defence College
6, Tees January Marg,
Telephone No : 23011994, 23013430
Mobile No: 9810506063 (AA&QMG)
FAX No: 23013429
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