382 officers join Indian Army after Passing Out Parade at IMA


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Jun 08, 2019 15:21 IST

Dehradun (Uttarakhand)[India] Jun 8 (ANI): A complete of 459 cadets, together with some from pleasant international locations, handed out of the Indian Medical Academy (IMA) after a vibrant and spectacular Passing Out Parade on the Indian right here on Saturday.
Of this, 382 would be part of the Indian Military whereas 77 different officers belong to pleasant international locations.
These moments of happiness have come after a 12 months of rigorous coaching, stated Brigadier Rajbir, head of educational division, IMA.
Lieutenant Basic Cherish Mathson, Basic Officer Commanding (GOC), South Western Command was the reviewing officer of the parade.
After a powerful parade, the newly-commissioned cadets might be seen celebrating the day and rejoicing the reminiscences of their days on the Indian Army Academy.
After at the moment’s passing out parade, IMA has added one other achievement to its honorary identify as it’ll now maintain the document of giving 61,685 younger navy officers to the nation and overseas. (ANI)


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