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Monday, April 15, 2024

Historic Day at OTA, Gaya: Arrival of Officer Cadets Signals New Era

In the hallowed grounds of OTA, Gaya, a new chapter in the history of military training begins—one that is characterized by equality, opportunity, and excellence.

Amidst a palpable atmosphere of anticipation and excitement, the Officers Training Academy (OTA) in Gaya witnessed a historic moment as 164 Officer Cadets arrived to commence their training.

However, what makes this occasion truly remarkable is the inclusion of 20 Women Cadets, marking a significant milestone in the academy’s history as they join the ranks as part of the SSC (Tech)-62 and SSCW (Tech)-33 Courses.

The arrival of the Officer Cadets heralds the beginning of a transformative journey, where they will undergo rigorous training and preparation to assume leadership roles within the Indian Armed Forces.

For the first time in OTA’s illustrious history, the sight of women cadets marching proudly alongside their male counterparts reflects a progressive step towards gender equality and inclusivity within the military.

With the resounding chant of “Shaurya Gyan Sankalp” echoing through the corridors of OTA, Gaya, the Officer Cadets stand poised to embark on a path of self-discovery, discipline, and excellence.

Their presence symbolizes the unwavering commitment of the Indian Armed Forces to nurture and develop the finest military leadership, irrespective of gender.

The inclusion of women cadets in the training curriculum underscores the Indian Army’s recognition of the invaluable contributions and capabilities of women in defense and security.


By providing equal opportunities for training and advancement, the Army affirms its commitment to fostering a culture of diversity and empowerment within its ranks.

As the Officer Cadets settle into their new surroundings and commence their training regimen, they do so with a sense of pride and purpose, knowing that they represent the vanguard of a new era in military leadership.

Their journey at OTA, Gaya will not only test their physical and mental endurance but also instill in them the values of courage, integrity, and selfless service that are the hallmarks of a true officer.

The arrival of the Officer Cadets at OTA, Gaya marks a historic milestone in the annals of the Indian Armed Forces, signaling a paradigm shift towards greater inclusivity and diversity.


As they take their first steps towards fulfilling their aspirations of serving the nation, they carry with them the hopes and aspirations of a nation that celebrates their courage, determination, and dedication to duty.

In the hallowed grounds of OTA, Gaya, a new chapter in the history of military training begins—one that is characterized by equality, opportunity, and excellence.

The Officer Cadets, both men and women, stand united in their commitment to uphold the honor and integrity of the Indian Armed Forces, embodying the spirit of Shaurya, Gyan, and Sankalp as they march towards a brighter and more inclusive future.

Pratham Gurung
Pratham Gurung
An avid movie buff who aspires to make it into the armed forces. Always had a knack for words so reading and writing are my favourite hobbies. Can debate on anything but not everything.
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  1. Pratham Gurang the author of article on OTA Gaya and its role to train SSC officer of Armd Forces has created headache in the readers mind due to too much repeatations. Advised to avoid such things in future.


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