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India going through renewed challenges alongside its borders: Military Chief M M Naravane

India is going through renewed challenges alongside its borders and armed forces officers, who’re beneath coaching, should stay abreast of all such developments, mentioned Military Chief Normal M M Naravane on Tuesday.
He was delivering a lecture on ”Developments alongside the Western and Northern Borders and their Affect on the Future Highway Map of the Indian Military” at Defence Companies Employees School (DSSC) in Wellington, Tamil Nadu.
“He (Military Chief) emphasised that the nation is going through renewed challenges alongside its borders and exhorted the scholars on the necessity to stay abreast of all developments,” mentioned a press release by the Indian Military.
Normal Naravane was on a two-day go to to the faculty. The lecture was delivered to the college and officers attending the 76th employees course on the faculty.

DSSC Commandant Lt Gen M J S Kahlon gave an replace to Naravane on the continued coaching actions and incorporation of latest initiatives with particular reference to skilled navy coaching on “jointmanship” among the many three companies, the Military’s assertion mentioned.
The Military chief was briefed on the modifications being undertaken within the coaching curriculum and infrastructural growth as a step in the direction of enhancing the function of DSSC as a centre of excellence for skilled navy training, it famous.
He complimented the faculty for sustaining a really excessive state of coaching despite COVID-19 pandemic constraints, the assertion mentioned.