IMA Imparts Training to UAE Soldiers to Enhance Defence Cooperation As Part of Indian Army’s Outreach Programme

Spearheading Indian Army’s outreach for increased engagement with the Middle East, in defence cooperation, Indian Military Academy, one of the premier Pre-Commission Training Institutes of the country, shall be imparting  training to the soldiers from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The contingent from the UAE, comprising 20 Other Ranks reached IMA, Dehradun on July 17, 2019. Kargil Vijay Diwas 20th Anniversary Celebrations: 13 JAK RIF Organises Motorcycle Expedition From Uttarakhand’s Mana Village to Kargil.

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UAE soldiers at IMA (Picture Courtesy: IMA, Dehradun)

The training which has begun on July 18, 2019 will continue till to August 31, 2019 over a period of seven weeks. This would involve various aspects pertaining to ‘Drill’ which is the bedrock of discipline in the Armed Forces. This kind of military training engagements, with friendly foreign countries, has been facilitated by the Indian Army for a large number of foreign militaries in the past, however, this is the first time that this kind of a training has been organized for the officers and soldiers of UAE at Indian Military Academy. IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Indian Army Gets 382 Officers, 77 GCs Passed Out From Indian Military Academy.

The interaction between counter parts will go a long way in enhancing the bonhomie that the two countries already enjoy. During 2017 Republic Day parade, UAE had participated for the first time as a leading contingent.

(Picture Courtesy: IMA, Dehradun)

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Kargil Vijay Diwas 20th Anniversary Celebrations: 13 JAK RIF Organises Motorcycle Expedition From Uttarakhand’s Mana Village to Kargil

To commemorate “Kargil Vijay Diwas” the Indian Victory in Kargil War 1999, 13th Battalion of the Jammu and Kashmir Rifles (JAK RIF) who actively participated in the said operations, organised a Motorcycle Expedition from Mana “The Last Village” in Uttarakhand to Kargil in Jammu and Kashmir. The expedition was flagged off on 06th July 2019 from Mana, Uttarakhand and will culminate at Kargil on July 26, 2019 on the eve of “Kargil Vijay Diwas”.

The Expedition reached Indian Military Academy, Dehradun on July 9, 2019. The 22 member expedition team led by Maj Ritwick Singh of 13th JAK RIF visited the premier institute and interacted with Gentlemen Cadets undergoing training. This expedition will surely motivate future leaders of Indian Army, showcasing ethos of the Armed Forces and inspiring younger generation on sacrifices made by their predecessors like CaptainVikram Batra, PVC (P) who underwent training from Indian Military Academy (IMA).

Maj Gen GS Rawat, AVSM, YSM, SM metting the Riders
Maj Gen GS Rawat, AVSM, YSM, SM metting the Riders (Picture Courtesy: IMA, Dehradun)

After a fruitful interaction with Gentlemen Cadets, the team was felicitated by Maj Gen GS Rawat, AVSM, YSM, SM, Deputy Commandant and Chief Instructor, Indian Military Academy. He appreciated the team for their efforts and the cause for which they have undertaken this expedition.

Earlier on July 7, Vishal Batra, twin brother of Shaheed Captain Vikram Batra paid tribute to the hero of the Kargil War on his 20th Death anniversary at 16,000-foot-high Batra Top. Commander of 14 Corps of the Indian Army Lt Gen Yogesh Joshi and soldiers of 13 JAK RIF and 18 Grenadiers accompanies Vishal to the top of the peak. Lt Gen Joshi was commanding officer of the 13 JAK RIF at the time of the war.

IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Lt Sumit Kumar Clears SSB Interview in 19th Attempt to Join Indian Army

“Some are destined to succeed, and some are determined to succeed.”

Lt Sumit Kumar with his determination achieved his dream of becoming an officer in the Indian Army. Lt Kumar who hails from Ghaziabad cracked Services Selection Board (SSB) in the 19th attempt. He gave his first attempt on January 8, 2012, but had to wait for five years to achieve success. Lt Kumar cleared his SSB interview on July 15 2017. He gave interviews for all the entries to join the defence forces. IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Lt Reza Khalid Rejects IIT, Prefers to Serve Nation by Joining Indian Army.

Talking to media he said, “His family members, friends and teachers supported all these years when was giving his SSB interviews. He pursued graduation in Economics from Sri Ram College, Delhi. Lt Kumar was commissioned into the Punjab Regiment of the Indian Army. IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Identical Twins Commissioned Into Indian Army After Completing Training From Indian Military Academy.

On June 08 the Passing Out Parade (POP) of of 144 Regular Course, 127 Technical Graduate Course and 27 UES Course was held at Indian Military Academy’s (IMA) Drill Square. a total of 459 GCs including 77 cadets from friendly foreign countries joined passed out from the IMA. General Officer Commanding in Chief South Western Command Lieutenant General Cherish Mathson, PVSM, VSMSM, SM reviewed the parade. Maximum number of 72 officers were commissioned from Uttar Pradesh.

(Picture Courtesy: Sumit Sharma)

IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Lt Reza Khalid Rejects IIT, Prefers to Serve Nation by Joining Indian Army

The Passing Out Parade (POP) of of 144 Regular Course, 127 Technical Graduate Course and 27 UES Course was held at Indian Military Academy’s (IMA) Drill Square on June 8, 2019. A total of 382 Gentlemen Cadets (GCs) took oath to serve the nation till their last breathe. Among the newly commissioned officers, Lt Reza Khalid preferred to serve in the Indian Army over joining the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Indian Army Gets 382 Officers, 77 GCs Passed Out From Indian Military Academy.

Lt Khalid who hails from Ranchi, cleared the entrance examinations of IIT and also of BITS Palani in the first attempt. But the the officer chose to join the armed forces. Lt Khalid joined the National Defence Academy (NDA), Khadakwasla in 2015. After three years of training at the institute, he was for one year at the IMA. The officer’s father Mohammed Khalid is retired government employee from the state food department.

Lt Reza Khali’s Media Interaction:

Talking to media, Lt Khalid said that he joined the Indian Army as wnted to serve the nation. He further added that he wanted respect, dignity and power in life, which he will get by joining the armed forces. The officer was commissioned into the Punjab Regiment. IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Identical Twins Commissioned Into Indian Army After Completing Training From Indian Military Academy.

On Saturday a total of 459 GCs including 77 cadets from friendly foreign countries joined passed out from the IMA. General Officer Commanding in Chief South Western Command Lieutenant General Cherish Mathson PVSM, VSMSM, SM reviewed the parade. Maximum number of 72 officers were commissioned from Uttar Pradesh, followed by Bihar with 46 officers. Meanwhile, 33 officers were commissioned from Punjab. Among the GCs of the friendly foreign countries, 45 cadets from Afghanistan completed their training.

(Picture Courtesy: Sumit Sharma)

IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Identical Twins Commissioned Into Indian Army After Completing Training From Indian Military Academy

Indian Military Academy (IMA) is the institute where boys are groomed into men. On June 8, the Passing Out Parade (POP) was held at IMA’s Drill Square. In a rare occasion, identical twins, Abhinav Pathak ans Parinav Pathak  have been commissioned into the Indian Army. Both the brothers hail from Amritsar, but their family currently resided in Jalandhar. They joined the IMA through 127 Technical Entry Scheme (TES) after clearing the Services Selection Board (SSB) interview. IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Indian Army Gets 382 Officers, 77 GCs Passed Out From Indian Military Academy.

Abhinav, who is two minutes elder to Parinav will be part of Army Air Defence (AAD), while his brother has been commissioned into Army Aviation Core. Initially, Parinav will serve in the Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry. Both the brothers pursued 12th from the Senior Study  – II, Amritsar. Abhinav did his computer science engineering from DAV Institute of Engineering in Jalandhar, while Parinav studied mechanical engineering from Guru Nanak Dev Engneering Collage in Ludhiana. Talking to the media, they said that during their schooling they were motivated by their teachers. They also revealed that during their schooling and during training at the IMA, often Abhinav was misidentified as Parinav and vice versa. IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Multi Activity Display And ‘Son-Et-Lumiere’ Show Held at India Military Academy.

On Saturday, a total of 459 Gentlemen Cadets (GCs) of 144 Regular Course, 127 Technical Graduate Course and 27 UES Course, including 77 Foreign GC’s from friendly foreign June 8, 2019. General Officer Commanding in Chief South Western Command Lieutenant General Cherish Mathson PVSM, VSMSM, SM reviewed the parade. GC’s marched with full enthusiasm and vigour during the Passing Out Parade (POP) held at the iconic Chetwode Hall Building. IMA Ball Night – Spring Term 2019: Precursor to June 8 Passing Out Parade Held at Indian Military Academy.

Maximum number of 72 officers were commissioned from Uttar Pradesh, followed by Bihar with 46 officers. Meanwhile, 33 officers were commissioned from Punjab. Among the GCs of the friendly foreign countries, 45 cadets from Afghanistan completed their training. The coveted award of the Sword of Honour and Bronze Medal was presented to Senior Under Officer (SUO) Akshat Raj.

(Picture Courtesy: Sumit Sharma)

 

IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Indian Army Gets 382 Officers, 77 GCs Passed Out From Indian Military Academy

A total of 459 Gentlemen Cadets (GCs) of 144 Regular Course, 127 Technical Graduate Course and 27 UES Course, including 77 Foreign GC’ from friendly foreign nations on June 8, 2019. General Officer Commanding in Chief South Western Command Lieutenant General Cherish Mathson PVSM, VSMSM, SM reviewed the parade. GC’s marched with full enthusiasm and vigour during the Passing Out Parade (POP) held at the iconic Chetwode Hall Building.

Maximum number of 72 officers were commissioned from Uttar Pradesh, followed by Bihar with 46 officers. Meanwhile, 33 officers were commissioned from Punjab. Among the GCs of the friendly foreign countries, 45 cadets from Afghanistan completed their training.

Congratulating the GCs on successful completion of their training at IMA, the Reviewing Officer motivated the young officers. He also congratulated the award winners on their commendable achievement which is a reflection of their hard work and toil that they have put in while undergoing training here in IMA.

  • The coveted award of the Sword of Honour and Bronze Medal was presented to Senior Under Officer (SUO) Akshat Raj.
  • Gold Medal for the Gentleman Cadet standing Second in the Order of Merit was presented to Academy Cadet ADJT  Surendra Singh Bisht.
  • Bronze Medal for the Gentleman Cadet standing Third in the Order of Merit was presented to SUO Kaushlesh Kumar Sinha.
  • Silver Medal for the Gentleman Cadet standing First in the Order of Merit from Technical Graduate Course was presented to GC Junior Under Officer Karan Singh.
  • Silver Medal for the Gentleman Cadet standing First in the Order of Merit from Foreign GCs was presented to Junior Under Officer Shirzad Sarbaz.
  • Chief of Army Staff Banner was awarded to Keren Copmany  for standing Overall First amongst 16 companies for the Spring Term 2019.

IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Multi Activity Display And ‘Son-Et-Lumiere’ Show Held at India Military Academy

Indian Military Academy is the premium training institute imparting military training to the future leaders of Indian Army. Showcasing the high standards of the training and physical excellence achieved by  the Gentlemen Cadets of Indian Military Academy, a Multi Activity Display was conducted at Somnath Stadium on 07 Jun 2019 as a prelude to the Passing Out Parade. The Display was witnessed by a large gathering of spectators, which included the Passing Out Course, their parents and relatives. The show was graced by Lieutenant  General Cherish Mathson, PVSM, SM, VSM GOC-IN-C, South Western Command, the Reviewing Officer for the Passing Out Parade. IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Commandant Parade Held at Chetwode Drill Square; 382 GCs to Join Indian Army on June 8.

The aim of training at the Academy includes developing physical fitness and a robust mind with a sense of adventure amongst the Gentlemen Cadets. The Gentlemen Cadets showcased dare devil acts on horse back, which included tent pegging, trick riding and show jumping. Further, a scintillating performance was put up by the Gentleman Cadets showcasing their physical prowess through their gymnastic agility and acrobatic skills. “DARE DEVILS” Motor Cycle Display Team of Indian Army led by Lady Officer Capt Shikha Surbhi surprised the audience by the Display of their extraordinary skills on Motor Cycle. The spectacular show of physical agility, quality horsemanship, riding and gymnastics  mesmerized the august gathering.

The second event of the day was the Continuity Drill and “Son-et-Lumiere’’ (Sound and Light show) for the parents of the passing out course and the visiting dignitaries. Held at the historic Chetwode Drill Square which provided the pristine environment for the conduct of the event, the spectacular show commenced with exquisite drill movements of Continuity Drill by the Gentlemen Cadets. A contingent comprised of sixty four Gentlemen Cadets bidding farewell to the senior colleagues, conducted a masterly display of drill movements synchronized with an accompanying band. IMA Award Ceremony Spring Term 2019: Lt Gen SK Jha Bestows Recognition & Awards on Outstanding GCs.

Following the continuity drill was the spectacular “Son-et-Lumiere” show, a multimedia, audio-visual presentation on the theme “Indian Military Academy Through the Ages” which took the audience on a nostalgic journey of the Academy from its inception to its present status. The spectacular show combined with the effects of brilliant light and sound mesmerized the august gathering.

IMA POP Spring Term 2019: Commandant Parade Held at Chetwode Drill Square; 382 GCs to Join Indian Army on June 8

The historic Chetwode Drill Square played host to the Commandant’s Parade for spring term 2019 on June 6. The Commandant’s Parade marked the culmination of training of 382 Indian and 77 Gentlemen Cadets from nine friendly foreign countries. A large number of school children from Dehradun and neighbouring cities, local citizens and Army personnel with their families and friends witnessed the impressive parade.

Lt Gen SK Jha, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, SM, Commandant, Indian Military Academy, Reviewing the Parade.JPG
Lt Gen SK Jha, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, SM, Commandant, Indian Military Academy (Picture Courtesy: IMA)

Lt Gen SK Jha, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, SM, Commandant, Indian Military Academy (IMA) who reviewed the Parade, complimented all the Gentlemen Cadets for an immaculate turnout and excellent drill movements, which indicated a high level of motivation, pride and cohesion achieved by them during their training at IMA. He also congratulated everyone for being on the verge of completing the training successfully. IMA Award Ceremony Spring Term 2019: Lt Gen SK Jha Bestows Recognition & Awards on Outstanding GCs.

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Commandant Parade held at Chetwode Drill Square (Picture Courtesy: IMA)

General S K Jha in his address to the Gentlemen Cadets highlighted that the Army’s reputation rests firmly on their shoulders. He said that they have earned this honour with hard work and they need to retain it by living up to the Army’s core values of Character, Competence, Commitment and Compassion. These values are reflected in the IMA’s Code of Conduct and Gentlemen Cadets aspiring to high ideals and pursuing excellence, must demonstrate these at all times. IMA Ball Night – Spring Term 2019: Precursor to June 8 Passing Out Parade Held at Indian Military Academy: Anushka Chauhan Adjudged Miss IMA, GC Armanjit Singh Declared Mr IMA.

The General officer also extended the compliments to the 77 Gentleman Cadets from the friendly foreign countries for having endured through the rigorous regimen of the training, exhibiting excellent transformation and are ready to don the ranks in their respective armies, as most refined officers. He said the strong bond of togetherness that they have developed in IMA shall foster into a concerted effort towards countering the umpteen global challenges the world faces today.

In the end, he encouraged the Gentlemen Cadets to put their best foot forward for the final Passing out Parade and wished all the

IMA Award Ceremony Spring Term 2019: Lt Gen SK Jha Bestows Recognition & Awards on Outstanding GCs

The Award Ceremony of Passing Out Course of 144 Regular, 127 TGC (Incl 27 UES course) was held at the Khetrapal Auditorium, IMA on June 4, 2019. Lt Gen SK Jha, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, SM, Commandant, Indian Military Academy bestowed recognition and awards on outstanding Gentlemen Cadets who excelled in various fields during their pre-commission training at the Academy. IMA BALL NIGHT – SPRING TERM 2019: PRECURSOR TO JUNE 8 PASSING OUT PARADE HELD AT INDIAN MILITARY ACADEMY: ANUSHKA CHAUHAN ADJUDGED MISS IMA, GC ARMANJIT SINGH DECLARED MR IMA.

Gentlemen Cadets during their training at this premier institute are exposed to multifarious activities such as Weapon Training, Service and Academic Subjects, Drill, Physical Training, Sports, Outdoor Camps and extracurricular activities. These are aimed at making them battle ready and teach them necessary skills to execute various responsibilities and operational tasks with utmost professionalism during their service career.

Most Motivated Gentleman Cadet:

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GC Rudra Pratap Choudhary ( (Picture Courtesy: IMA, Dehradun)

Gentlemen Cadets are also encouraged to achieve excellence at individual level and contribute constructively in team effort to infuse a sense of comradeship amongst them. Accordingly, Medals and Rolling trophies havebeen instituted at IMA, which mark the highest standards achieved at the Individual and Company levels. INDIAN MILITARY ACADEMY’S GENTLEMAN CADET AMUL RAWAL DIES AFTER FALLING INTO GORGE DURING NIGHT NAVIGATION EXERCISE.

Dograi Company comes first in weapon training:

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Dograi Company comes first in weapon training (Picture Courtesy: IMA, Dehradun)

On the occasion the following Gentlemen Cadets and Foreign Gentlemen Cadets from Friendly Foreign Countries were felicitated :-

MEDALS & TROPHIES FOR INDL EXCELLENCE

 

S/ No Award/ Medal/ Trophy Awarded For Awarded To
Medals
1. PARACHUTE Regt Medal GC adjudged best in Endurance and Physical Toughness of the POC SUO Manoj Dagar
2. 9 GR Medal GC standing first in Mil Studies of the POC GC Sahildeep Singh Bhinder
3. SIKH Regt Silver Medal GC adjudged best Sportsman of the POC BCA Hariom Singh Kuntal
4. DOGRA Regt & SCOUT Wing  Medal GC adjudged best in Obst Competition of the POC GC Kishan Gariaya
5. MARATHA LI  Medal GC adjudged best in PT of the POC CSM Mohd Sohail Islam
6. RAJPUT Regt Silver Medal GC adjudged best in Academics of the POC BCA Nikhil Sharma
7. SIKH LI Silver Medal (General Bhagat Memorial Medal) GC adjudged best in Turnout and Drill of the POC BUO Ali Ahmed Choudhury
8. Corps of SIGNALS Medal GC standing first in Science and Warfare of the POC BCA Nikhil Sharma
9. RAJ RIF Medal GC adjudged best in Tactical Ability of the POC SUO Kaushlesh Kumar Sinha
10. Brigade of the GUARDS Medal GC adjudged best in Service Subjects of the POC CQMS Vaibhav
11. JAT Regt Silver Medal GC adjudged best in OQ of the POC AUO Rudra Pratap Choudhury
12. ASC Medal GC adjudged Best Golfer of the POC SGT Varun Singh
13. 5 GR(FF) Medal GC adjudged best Shot  in LMG of the POC GC Purvesh Shekhar Khamankar
14. 8 GR Medal

“Sam Manekshaw Medal”

GC adjudged best in WT of the POC BUO Pawan Kumar
  Trophies
15. Grenadiers Trophy GC adjudged best Shot in INSAS Rif of the POC GC Bishow Thapa
16. Motivation Trophy GC adjudged Most Motivated  GC of the POC AUO Rudra Pratap Choudhury
17. Col HH Raja Sir Harindar Singh Brar, Bans Bahadur, KCSI, Raja of Faridkot Trophy GC Adjudged  Best in INSAS LMG GC Karan Singh Bisht
18. Maj Shaitan Singh,  PVC(Posthumous) Trophy presented by 30thReg Course GC Adjudged  Best in WT CQMS Sanjeev Kumar
19. Deccan Horse Trophy GC Adjudged  Best Rider of POC JUO Surinder Singh

 

20. 8th Course Re-Union Trophy GC Adjudged  Best in IT GC Saurabh Singh

 

BOOK PRIZES FOR INDL EXCELLENCE

S/ No Award/ Medal/ Trophy Awarded For Awarded To
1. M & D Club GC of POC (Both Reg and TGC) adjudged best in M&D Club Activity. GC Priya Ranjan
2. Journalism Club GC of POC (Both Reg and TGC ) adjudged best in Journalism Club Activity. BUO Vinay Kumar
3. Academics GC of POC (Both Reg and TGC) standing second in Academics. SUO Kaushlesh Kumar Sinha

 

 

 

 

 

AWARD OF COURSE COMPLETION & DIPLOMA CERTIFICATE TO ELIGIBLE FGCs OF POC

 

S/ No Country No of Eligible FGCs for Diploma GC Earmarked to Receive
Course Completion Certificate  
1. Afghanistan 45 GC Abdul Wahab Azimi
2. Bhutan 15 GC Dorji Khandu
3. Fiji 1 GC Penioni Gadai Niudamu
4. Lesotho 1 JUO Thabang Joseph Lehoelea
5. Maldives 1 JUO Ali Shujau
6. Mauritius 2 JUO Lala Ramesh
7. Papua New Guinea 2 GC Dickson Hiwi
8. Tajikistan 9 GC Madaliev Bahodur
9. Tonga 1 GC Viliami Fonohema
Total 77

 

ROLLING TROPHIES & PLAQUES TO COYs/ BNs

 

S/ No Award/Medal/

Trophy

Awarded For Awarded To Coy / Bn
Trophies
1. Sir Alwyn Ezra Trophy Coy Standing First in Weapon Trg Dograi
2. The Nawab of JoraTrophy Coy Standing Second in Weapon Trg Chushul
3. Inter Coy Physical Trg Cup Coy Standing Overall First in Physical Trg Keren
4. 3rd GORKHA Regt Trophy Coy Standing Overall second in Physical Trg Meiktila
5. Burma Army Trophy Coy Standing Overall First in Sports Basantar
6. Air Chief Marshal Dilbagh Singh Trophy Coy Standing Overall Second in Sports Sangro
7. Admiral Sushil Kumar, AVSM, NM, ADC, Chief of Naval Staff Trophy Coy Standing Overall First in Professional Competition Dograi
8. Central Indian Horse Trophy Coy Standing First in Eqtn Competition Cassino
9. PBG Trophy Coy Standing Second in Eqtn Competition Zojila
10. Governor of Uttarakhand Trophy Coy Standing Overall First in Academics Basantar
11. ADG AE Trophy Coy Standing Overall Second in Academics Chushul
12. DG Sigs Silver Trophy Bn Standing Overall First in Inter Bn IT Competition Bhagat Bn
13. Interior Economy Trophy Coy Standing Overall First in Interior Economy Competition Cassino
14. Army Cdr ARTRAC Banner Coy Standing Overall Second in Inter Coy Championship Basantar
15. KUMAON Trophy Coy Standing Overall First in Inter Coy Championship Keren
16. Comdt’s Banner

 

Bn standing overall first in Inter Bn Championship Bhagat Bn
Plaques
17. Plaques to be presented by Trg team wef AT 17 as per their SN 3165/TT/ ATG No dt 16 Nov 2017. Coy Standing First in

Ex Silver chain

Zojila
18. Coy Standing Second in

Ex Silver Chain

Chushul
19. Coy Standing First in

Ex Golden Ring

Sinhgarh
20. Coy Standing Second in

Ex Golden Ring

Cassino

 

 

At the end, the Commandant in his address mentioned that it was important for an officer to maintain a competitive streak within the parameters of sportsmanship and fair play at all times. He mentioned that the urge to win and excel as a team should always be there. In the profession of arms, it is always a collective and a team effort that is important and there are no runners up in war.

Vice Chancellor Uttrakhand Technical University Dr. Narendra S Chaudhary was also present to Award Diploma in Military Strategy & Defence management to Gentlemen Cadets of Friendly Foreign Country.

Indian Military Academy’s Gentleman Cadet Amul Rawal Dies After Falling Into Gorge During Night Navigation Exercise

In a tragic incident, Amul, Rawal, a Gentleman Cadet of the Indian Military Academy (IMA) Dehradun lost his life during training exercise on May 6 when he fell into a deep gorge during night navigation exercise. This exercise is conducted every year for the second term cadets.

Rawal was an ex-National Defence Academy (NDA) cadet, who joined the IMA in January this into the second term after three years of training at the premier institute in Pune. The GC sustained a head injury and was given a medical attention on the spot. Indian Military Academy POP 2018: 347 GCs Commissioned Into The Indian Army.

Rawal was immediate rushed in an ambulance to Military hospital under a supervision of a medical officer. However, he succumbed to his injuries and was declared brought dead.. Rawal belonged to Haryana’s Karnal and would been commissioned into the Indian Army in December this year. A procedural Court of Inquiry has been ordered to probe the matter.

(Picture Courtesy: IMA)