Indian Naval War College launches second international course
Inaugurated by Goa University vice chancellor Varun Sahni, the course teaches international relations theory, geopolitics, concepts of maritime security and strategy, among other subjectseducation Updated: Aug 15, 2017 17:16 IST
New Delhi The Indian Navy’s War College at Goa on Monday launched the second international programme for naval officers from friendly foreign countries, an official statement said.
The participants of the eight week programme include officers from Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Oman, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. Naval War College, Goa, is one of the three War Colleges of the Indian Armed Forces.
The programme, inaugurated by Goa University vice chancellor Varun Sahni, will see the participants deal with international relations theory, geopolitics, concepts of maritime security and strategy, International Maritime Law and management of ocean resources, amongst others.
Stressing the importance of maritime security in nation-building, Sahni said that in a dynamically changing geo-political scenario, there is a need for navies in the Indian Ocean Region to forge stronger ties and collaborate in developing an efficient security architecture in the maritime domain.
The statement said that during the course, participants will be exposed to subject matter experts and eminent speakers and familiarisation visits to the Indian Navy’s operational and training commands.
The participants are also put through simulation exercises on regional security scenarios including Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR).
First Published: Aug 15, 2017 15:36 IST