- General Manoj Mukund Naravane, the Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) spoke about the impact of the developments on the ‘Future Road Map of the Indian Army’.
- To improve the role of DSSC as a Centre of Excellence for Professional Military Education, there has been a change in the training curriculum.
From April 5 to 6, 2021, the Chief of the Army Staff (COAS), General Manoj Mukund Naravane paid a visit to the Defence Services Staff College (DSSC), Wellington, Tamil Nadu. Over there, he imparted a speech on the ‘Developments along the Western and Northern Borders’. He further highlighted the impact of these developments on the ‘Future Road Map of the Indian Army’.
Attending the 76th Staff Course at DSSC, the Chief mentioned the nation is facing new challenges along its borders. “I urge all the students to remain abreast of all the developments,” he added. In the meeting, the Lt Gen MJS Kahlon, Commandant DSSC informed the Chief on the ongoing training activities and incorporation of new initiatives with specific reference to Professional Military Training on Jointmanship amongst the three Services.
To enhance the role of DSSC as a Centre of Excellence for Professional Military Education, Naravane was informed about the changes in the training curriculum and infrastructural development. Lastly, he praised the College for maintaining an extremely high state of training despite the global pandemic.