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Medical Officers Basic Course Passing Out Parade February 2024

The successful completion of the course by the 119 officers marks their readiness to serve in various capacities across the armed forces, providing critical medical support in times of peace and conflict.

In a grand ceremony filled with pride and tradition, the Officers Training College of the Army Medical Corps (AMC) Centre & College, Lucknow, celebrated the successful completion of the Medical Officers Basic Course-245.

The event, held under the auspices of the Directorate General of Armed Forces Medical Services (DGAFMS) and the Directorate General of Medical Services (Army), saw 119 officers from the Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS) graduate after an intensive nine-week program focused on combat medical support and junior leadership. The parade was led by Captain Namith Tengse, RMO 3 Assam.

The course ending parade, held on February 2, 2024, was especially notable as it was reviewed by the first-ever lady officer to hold the prestigious position of Commandant, AMC Centre & College, Officer in Charge Records, and Colonel Commandant of the AMC, Lieutenant General Kavita Sahai.

This historic moment served as a powerful tribute to ‘Nari Shakti’ or women’s power, highlighting the breaking of traditional gender barriers within the armed forces.

Lieutenant General Sahai, in her address, praised the graduates for their hard work and dedication. She emphasized the critical role of medical officers in providing combat medical support, especially in challenging environments, and urged them to continue honing their skills and knowledge.

Captain Tanuj Arora of the 341 Field Regiment was honored with the Commandant’s Rolling Trophy and a Memento for securing the first position in the course. His achievement underscores the high standards of excellence and commitment expected from officers of the Armed Forces Medical Services.

The Medical Officers Basic Course is designed to equip newly commissioned medical officers with the essential skills and knowledge required for their roles in the AMC.

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The curriculum covers a wide range of subjects, including military medicine, surgical skills, and leadership, preparing the officers to meet the challenges of military service and contribute effectively to the health and wellbeing of armed forces personnel.

The successful completion of the course by the 119 officers marks their readiness to serve in various capacities across the armed forces, providing critical medical support in times of peace and conflict. The event not only celebrated their achievements but also reinforced the commitment of the Army Medical Corps to excellence in military medical services.

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