143 officers graduate from Military Institute of Technology, Pune

PUNE As many as 143 officers of the Indian Armed Forces, including seven officers of a friendly foreign country (Sri Lanka), graduated on Saturday after successful completion of the Defence Services Technical Staff Course (DSTSC) from the portals of the Military Institute of Technology (MILIT)
As many as 143 officers of the Indian Armed Forces, including seven officers of a friendly foreign country (Sri Lanka), graduated on Saturday from the Military Institute of Technology (MILIT). (REPRESENTATIVE IMAGE)
As many as 143 officers of the Indian Armed Forces, including seven officers of a friendly foreign country (Sri Lanka), graduated on Saturday from the Military Institute of Technology (MILIT). (REPRESENTATIVE IMAGE)
Published on Apr 23, 2022 11:50 PM IST
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PUNE As many as 143 officers of the Indian Armed Forces, including seven officers of a friendly foreign country (Sri Lanka), graduated on Saturday after successful completion of the Defence Services Technical Staff Course (DSTSC) from the portals of the Military Institute of Technology (MILIT).

Air Marshal BR Krishna, Chief of Integrated Defence Staff to Chairman Chief of Staff Committee (CISC), HQ IDS was the chief guest for the event.

Air Vice-Marshal V Rajasekhar, Commandant, MILIT and senior faculty members from the three services and other distinguished dignitaries were also present on the occasion.

In his valedictory address, the chief guest stressed the requirement of imbibing, absorbing and applying cutting edge technologies in the Armed Forces. He stressed the requirement of cognoscente leaders who are also well versed with emerging technologies. The chief guest also stressed upon the officers to remain continually abreast with niche technologies to facilitate appropriate induction of equipment in the Armed Forces. He advised the officers to be realistic in the formulation of technical requirements so that more projects are fructified under the ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ initiative.

At the end of the proceedings, the chief guest advised all graduating officers to gainfully utilise the knowledge gained at MILIT in their important assignments ahead towards the security of India.

Sowrya Maduri, Vice-President (DWWA), attended all functions as part of the event and encouraged the spouses of the student officers to participate in welfare activities for troops and society at large.

The chief guest felicitated all the graduating officers and presented awards to the meritorious student officers. First, in overall order of merit in DSTSC Army, Navy & Air Force was awarded to Maj Vineet Kumar Malik, Cdr Ravish Chugh and Sqn Ldr Vivek Sharma, respectively. Purple Trophy instituted by the CISC to promote jointness amongst the Tri-service officers was awarded to Lt Col Lokesh Ahlawat.

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