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OTA Chennai Passing Out Parade 9 March 2024

The ceremony also saw the presentation of prestigious awards, with AUO Aryan Shahi receiving the sword of honour and silver medal, ACA Shauryan Thapa being awarded the OTA gold medal.

In a significant event at the Officers Training Academy (OTA) in Chennai, a total of 220 cadets, including 184 officer cadets and 36 women cadets, were commissioned into various arms and services of the Indian Army on Saturday.

This ceremony marks their successful completion of a rigorous training program designed to prepare them for the challenges of military service.

OTA Chennai Passing Out Parade March 2024 Pictures

Alongside the Indian cadets, nine cadets from friendly foreign countries, including three officer cadets and six women cadets, also graduated, symbolizing the strengthening of international bonds and cooperation.

The passing out parade, held at the Parameshwaran drill square, was reviewed by Air Chief Marshal V R Chaudhari, who praised the cadets for their impeccable turnout and discipline. Highlighting the changing face of warfare due to technological advancements and new military doctrines, Air Chief Marshal V R Chaudhari emphasized the importance of adapting to these changes. He pointed out that India’s security scenario is complex, necessitating multi-domain capabilities and quick, efficient operations.

Air Chief Marshal V R Chaudhari encouraged the new officers to stay ahead of technological progress, noting that they are entering the service at a time when India is undergoing significant technological transformation. With the Armed Forces investing in next-generation warfare technologies, he stressed the need for these officers to master these systems through rigorous training and a professional approach.

Furthermore, he urged the officers to deepen their understanding of military history, geopolitics, and international relations to navigate the complexities of the modern world. Quoting Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, Air Chief Marshal V R Chaudhari reminded the cadets of the nation’s expectations of professionalism and integrity from them. He highlighted the importance of maintaining high personal conduct and moral values, being fair, consistent, and selfless in their duties, and showing compassion and understanding towards subordinates.

The ceremony also saw the presentation of prestigious awards, with AUO Aryan Shahi receiving the sword of honour and silver medal, ACA Shauryan Thapa being awarded the OTA gold medal, and BCA Saranya M securing the bronze medal. These awards recognize the outstanding achievements and dedication of these cadets during their training at OTA.

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