A group of senior officers from the National Defense College (NDC) met with Governor Biswa Bhusan Harichandan on Thursday.
The officers of the Indian Army, Indian Navy, Indian Air Force, Indian Coast Guard, Indian Audit and Accounting Service and Defense Officials from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan completed the 61st course on National Security and Strategy Studies’ at NDC, New Delhi.
The group of 20 members, led by Maj. Gen. Manoj Kumar and the faculty of the NDC, is part of the 107-person group that goes through the 11-month course. Your state visit is part of the course program.
The governor approached them and said that Andhra Pradesh had consistently been rated No. 1 in industrial extraction on the “Ease of Doing Business”. The state had the longest east coast and was endowed with abundant natural resources. “AP is a land of famous temples and monuments with a rich cultural and traditional history dating back to Buddhist times,” Harichandan told them, expressing the hope that the visit would be an enriching experience for members.
Air Commodore Vikas Sharma briefed Mr. Harichandan on the course program on the study and practice of National Security and Strategy at the NDC, which was founded in 1960 as the top institute of learning and is dedicated to imparting knowledge on strategic, economic, scientific, political and political issues to industrialists National Defense Aspects for selected senior officers in the armed forces, civil service of India and other countries. He was informed that 3,999 officials, including members from 69 countries, had completed the course program in the past 60 years.
The Secretary to the Governor Mukesh Kumar Meena was also present on this occasion.