President can take salute of IMA Passing Out Parade, POP will be held on December 11

The Indian Military Academy's passing out parade will be held on 11 December. This time President Ram Nath Kovind will take the salute of the parade.

President can take salute of IMA Passing Out Parade, POP will be held on December 11

President can take the salute of IMA Passing Out Parade, POP will be held on December 11

The Indian Military Academy's passing out parade will be held on 11 December. This time President Ram Nath Kovind will take the salute of the parade. However, its official schedule is yet to be released. Here, the IMA administration has started preparations for the Prade. Gentleman cadets are sweating every day in rehearsals. At the same time, a meeting of the IMA administration with the local police administration is also to be held today regarding the security arrangements.

According to the IMA administration, the parade will be organized with the Covid-19 protocol. IMA's Public Relations Officer Lt Col Himani Pant said that under the Covid-19 protocol, the scope of POP was limited in the past. This time the relatives of Gentleman Cadet will also be able to participate in the parade. The parade will also be broadcast live. Let us tell you, it has been 89 years since the establishment of the Indian Military Academy (IMA).

The journey which started on 1st October 1932 with only forty Gentleman Cadets has reached 1650 cadets at present. Since its inception, the academy has given 63 thousand 381 young officers to the army of the country and abroad. These include 2656 foreign cadets from 34 friendly countries.

A three-day meeting of the Indo-Tibetan Coordination Association will be held in Haridwar from December 4 on various issues. In a press conference held at the Press Club on Wednesday, the President of the Indo-Tibetan Coordination Association, Prof. Prayag Dutt Juyal said that topics like the liberation of Kailash Mansarovar, independence of Tibet, security of India's borders, etc. will be discussed in the meeting. The meeting will be attended by struggling intellectuals, retired IAS officers from across the country. Dr. Vandana Swami, Narendra Chauhan, Vijay Kaul, Mohan Dutt Bhatt, etc. were present on this occasion.

Departmental working style told to forest constables

The newly appointed forest constables have been posted in the divisions. Welcoming the forest constables appointed under the Dehradun Forest Division, information about the working style and duties were given. On Wednesday, a program was organized to welcome the new forest guards at the Divisional Forest Officer's office located on Tilak Road. In which Chief Forest Conservator Garhwal Sushant Patnaik, Forest Conservator Shivalik Circle Akhilesh Tiwari, and Divisional Forest Officer Rajiv Dhiman got acquainted with the forest guards.

Along with this, by giving them basic information regarding the department, they made them aware of the importance and responsibility-duties of forests from the point of view of the environment. 44 forest constables have been deployed in the Dehradun forest division, out of which 17 forest constables have given joining. During this, Forest Officers Ghananand Uniyal, Nathilal Doval, Dheeraj Singh Rawat, Birender Singh Bisht, Uday Gaur, Mahendra Singh Rawat, Jitendra Singh Gusain, etc. were present.