The Army commanders conference beginning on Wednesday would review operational preparedness of the one million strong force as well security situation in the country and the neighbouring states, officials said in New Delhi on Tuesday.
Army chief, General Deepak Kapoor would chair the four-day conference which will be focusing on macro level issues pertaining to military strategy, operational logistics and matters impacting the welfare and enhancement of satisfaction level amongst all ranks.
"The operational preparedness of the army will be reviewed by the top commanders to include the operational plans and modernisation of weapons and equipment proposed and in progress," a defence ministry official said here.
"Some of the new concepts in the operational as well as administrative levels evolved in the recent past as also those in the formative stage will be discussed. The conference will also deliberate on the security situation prevalent in the country and neighbouring countries," the official added.
According to the officials, Gen Kapoor will also be releasing a book "Milestones of the Indian Army" during the conference.