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​1986: ​Honorary Commodore Gokaldas Ahuja conferred the

Padma Shri Award by the President of India.




SEA CADET GIRLS PERFORMING SAILORS HORNPIPE DANCE AT THE INTERNATIONAL FLEET REVIEW 2016 CITY PARADE ON 07TH FEBRUARY 2016 AT VISHAKHAPATNAM


FLAG OFFICER FLEET REVIEW WROTE :- THE DISCIPLINED AND ENERGETIC CADETS OF THE SEA CADET CORPS ENTHRALLED THE AUDIENCE WITH THEIR PERFORMANCE OF THE SAILORS HORNPIPE DANCE DURING THE INTERNATIONAL CITY PARADE REVIEWED BY THE  HON'BLE PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA

 

​​​SEA CADET CORPS GIRLS CONTINGENT WAS JUDGED AS THE BEST MARCHING CONTINGENT IN THE PARADE ON 26TH JAN 2015 AT SHIVAJI PARK ,MUMBAI.

INTERNATIONAL FLEET REVIEW 2016, VISHAKHAPATNAM

2015 REPUBLIC DAY PARADE

1951 Sea Scouts reformed as Sea Cadet Corps. Started training at INS Angre 

1947-48 Sea Scouts start training at the Naval Dockyard at Bombay 

On the Quarterdeck of HMIS Dilawar, Karachi 

1996 : International cadet Class World Championship


2007 : Commodore (SCC) Rabi Ahuja conferred the Padma Shri Award by the President of India.


2008 : ​70th Anniversary Parade. CNS Standard paraded. 1300 Cadets on Parade at Kohli Stadium, Mumbai.

2001 :​ ​Sea Cadets led the City Parade carrying flags of 33 countries during the International Fleet Review. 

​​​​   1996 : INS Viraat and Training Ship Jawahar affiliated. 

1995 : Confederation of Indian Industry Centenary (CII) Year highlights the Sea Cadet Corps as a model youth organisation. CII Regatta conducted.

1989 : Sea Cadets officers Shakeel Kudrolli and Sumeet Patel won the first Gold Medal abroad in Sailing at the Asian Sailing Regatta in China.

1991 : ​Naoroji Pirojsha Godrej Memorial Boating Station Commissioned adjacent to Training Ship Jawahar.  

​Conducted International Cadet Class World Championship. Cyrus Cama and Amish Ved won the Gold Medal (first Gold Medal at a World Championship) and Sea Cadets Nikhil Ved and Vikas Kapila won the Bronze Medal.

1979 : ​Keel laid of Sail Training Ship to introduce Square Rig sailing in the country.

​1966 : ​National Headquarters of the Sea Cadet Corps commissioned as Training Ship Jawahar in the presence of the President of India Dr. S Radhakrishnan

1955 : Girls Unit inaugurated.

​​1956: Sea Cadet Council formed.

2nd Unit formed at INS Kunjali.

​​1976 : Conducted the International Cadet Class World Championship (first World Sailing Championship in the country). Sea Cadets Farokh Tarapore and Sanjeev Rawell won India's first medal in Sailing.

Ceremonial Parades at INS Angre 

1942 : ​Naval sailors assisted when their dinghy capsized in Karachi Harbour. Led to support from the Navy.

​​​1938 : The Sea Scouts In Karachi.

2014 REPUBLIC DAY PARADE


Sea Cadet Girls proceeding to perform the Sailor’s Hornpipe dance on the occasion of the Republic Day parade on 26 Jan 2014 at Marine Drive.

​​2012/13 : ​Sea Cadet Corps 75th Year Ceremonial Parade held at the Gateway of India, Mumbai on 13th May with 1338 Cadets on Parade. Admiral RH Tahiliani PVSM, AVSM (Retd.) former Chief of the Naval Staff and Governor of Sikkim inspected the Cadets and took the salute at the March Past.

​75TH YEAR TATTOO 2013

​​2011 :Sea Cadet Sailing Catamaran 'JAANU'  joined the assemblage of the ships of the Indian Navy, the Indian Coast Guard and the Merchant Marine to proudly give  3 'Jai's' to Her Excellency Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil, the President of India as she reviewed the Naval Fleet on 20th December 2011 in Mumbai Harbour.

2010: Jamshyd and Phiroza Godrej (Trustees, Sea Cadet Council) awarded the ISCA Award of Excellence

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2010 : ​INS Viraat 50th Anniversary Sea Cadet Corps Inter Divisional Regatta. Sea Cadets actively participated in the NAVY DAY 2010 Beating Retreat & Tattoo Ceremony at the Gateway of India

2006: The Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Arun Prakash PVSM, AVSM, VrC, VSM, ADC Presented the CNS Standard to the Sea Cadet Corps in recognition of the continued and valuable contribution to the society by instilling a strong Maritime ethos amongst young Cadets in the finest of Naval tradition over a prolonged period.   



2005: ​Mr Jamshyd Godrej and Capt JC Anand appointed Honorary Commodores of the Sea Cadet Corps


2003 : ​Conducted the International Optimist Dinghy (IODA) Asian Sailing Championship. India won a bronze medal in the Team Event in which 4 out of 5 sailors were Sea Cadets.

​2002 : Conducted the International Sea Cadet Association (ISCA) Conference and International Muster on Training Ship Jawahar.   

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1988 : Golden Jubilee Celebrations – Ceremonial Parade, Regatta & Displays.

1982 : ​Conducted along with Naval Sailing Club Asian Games Yachting event. Ex Sea Cadet Farokh Tarapore along with Sea Cadet Officer Zarir Karanjia won the Gold Medal in the Fireball Class, winning all 7 races.

1981 : ​Sail Training Ship Varuna Commissioned.    

1980 : Gokaldas Ahuja appointed Honorary Commodore in the Indian Navy by the President of India.

1961 :​Sea Cadet Corps authorized to fly the Blue Ensign defaced with the Corps crest on a Warrant issued by the Chief of the Naval Staff.

​1958 :​Contingent of Sea Cadets participated for the first time in the Republic Day Parade at Delhi.

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1957 :​ Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru inspected Sea Cadets at Raj Bhavan, Bombay.

1956: Real Admiral RD Katari (First Indian Admiral of the Navy) inspected Sea Cadets at the Gateway of India.

1963: Keel of National Headquarters laid by Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

1947 : Sea Scout Group Headquarters

(a stone frigate) constructed.

Sea Scouts undergoing water activity training in Karachi 

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2011: Pheroza Godrej recieved the ISCA Award of Excellence

​Beating Retreat and Tattoo Ceremony 04 December 2013, 60 Sea Cadet Girls performed the Sailors Horn Pipe Dance, 12 Drummers played with the Naval Band for the Horn Pipe music and 16 Flag-bearers carried various Flags in the presence of His Excellency the Governor of Maharashtra, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief and other high ranking Service and Civilian Dignitaries.

2009 : Conducted the International Sea Cadet Association Conference & Second ISCA Regatta.

2005 : Conducted the First International Sea Cadet Association Regatta.


​Lt.(SCC) Neeta Angre Receiving the CNS Standard