Lt Gen Vijay Kumar Mishra, AVSM, has taken over as the 51st Commandant of the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun on August 31. He paid his tribute at the War Memorial in a solemn ceremony recognising the supreme sacrifice of brave soldiers for the nation.
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Lt Gen Harinder Singh, 50th Commandant of IMA, bids adieu to Olive Greens
Lt Gen Harinder Singh, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, SM, VSM, Commandant, Indian Military Academy will finally bid adieu to the Olive Greens on 31 Aug 2022 after an illustrious career spanning over nearly 40 years and having tenated important Command, Staff and Instructional appointments. During a simple and solemn ceremony being held at the War Memorial, IMA, the General Officer paid homage to the soldiers, who in line of duly have laid down their lives for the Nation.
IMA Golden Jubilee Celebrations: 49 Regular & 33 Technical Course Celebrate Golden Jubilee￼
Now, fifty years down the line, the 49th Regular and 33rd Technical Courses are commemorating this momentous occasion of their Golden Jubilee in the hallowed portals of the Indian Military Academy. It has been a long journey, with every member of this distinguished group having served his country with honour and pride. Quite a few have risen to dizzying heights, one amongst which is General Bikram Singh who rose to become the Army Chief.
IMA POP Spring Term 2022: 288 GCs Commissioned Into Indian Army, Mausam Vats Gets Sword Of Honour
A total of 377 Gentleman Cadets of 150 Regular Course and 133 Technical Graduate Course, including 89 Gentleman Cadets from eight friendly foreign countries successfully passed out from the portals of Indian Military Academy on Saturday, June 11, 2022.
IMA POP Spring Term 2022: Passing Out Course Displays Excellence In The Commandant’s Parade
The historic Chetwode Drill Square played host to the Commandant’s Parade for Spring Term 2022 on 09 Jun. The Commandant’s Parade marked the successful culmination of pre-commission training of 377 Indian and 89 Gentleman Cadets from eight friendly foreign countries.
IMA POP Spring Term 2022: Graduation Ceremony Of Army Cadet College 119th Course Held At Khetarpal Auditorium
The Army Cadet College is an integral wing of the Indian Military Academy. The college was established with the aim to train and induct deserving soldiers into officer cadre. A total of 40 Cadets of the Army Cadet College (ACC) Wing graduated on 03 Jun 2022 and were awarded degree during the presentation ceremony at the Khetarpal cof theContinue reading “IMA POP Spring Term 2022: Graduation Ceremony Of Army Cadet College 119th Course Held At Khetarpal Auditorium”
Indian Military Academy Celebrates Its 89th Raising Day
The Indian Military Academy celebrated its 89th Raising Day on 01 Oct 2021. On this momentous occasion, Lt Gen Harinder Singh, Commandant, Indian Military Academy, conveyed his appreciation to the IMA fraternity for their dedication and contribution towards transforming the Academy into a world class military institution.
MoS Defence Ajay Bhatt Visits Indian Military Academy, Interacts With GCs Undergoing Pre-Commissioning Training At IMA
Minister of State For Defence Ajay Bhatt on visited Indian Military Academy, Dehradun on September 2 and 3, 2021. The Minister interacted with Commandant, Indian Military Academy (IMA) and the Gentlemen Cadets undergoing pre-commission training at the academy in Dehradun.
Major General Alok Joshi Assumes Charge Of IMA’s Deputy Commandant And Chief Instructor
Major General Alok Joshi on Thursday assumed the charge of Deputy Commandant and Chief Instructor of the Indian Military Academy (IMA). During a simple and solemn ceremony held at the IMA, out going Deputy Commandant Major General Jagjit Singh Mangat handed over the baton to Maj Gen Joshi.
IMA POP Spring Term 2021: 425 GCs, Including 84 From Friendly Foreign Countries Pass Out From Academy; Check State-Wise and Country-Wise List of Cadets
Maximum number of 66 officers were commissioned into the Indian Army from Uttar Pradesh, followed by 38 from Haryana. Among GCs from friendly foreign countries, highest number of 43 cadets were from Afghanistan, followed by 18 from Bhutan.