After Serving Indian Navy And Airforce, Man Joins Indian Military Academy, Commissioned Into Indian Army After Passing Out Parade
Lt Narendra Singh (Photo Credits: File Photo)

Dehradun, June 8: The Indian Military Academy (IMA) in Dehradun on Saturday witnessed the passing out parade of 459 Gentlemen Cadets. Among the young officers who were newly commissioned into the Army, includes Lt Narendra Singh From Jodhpur. While Singh joined the Army today, he has previously worked with both Indian Navy and Indian Air Force (IAF). After Clearing IIT Entrance Test, 21-year-old Joins Defence Forces; Commissioned Into Indian Army After Passing Out Parade From IMA.

He joined the Navy in 2011 and has also served the IAF. Following which in 2015, he joined IMA through Army Cadet Corps (ACC). Singh was commissioned into the Army Air Defence (AAD) after the passing out parade organised on IMA in Dehradun on Saturday. Lieutenant General Cherish Mathson, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, South Western Command, was the reviewing officer of the parade. Identical Twins Commissioned Into Indian Army After Passing Out From Indian Military Academy.

Both of Singh's brothers are in the Indian Army and his father Ben Singh is a retired Subedar. After the parade, the newly-commissioned cadets celebrated the important milestone in their lives. After today's passing out parade, IMA will now hold the record of giving  61,685 young military officers to the country and outside.

Of which, 382 officers commissioned into the Indian Army, 77 military officers belonged to the nine friendly countries of India including Afghanistan, Bhutan, Maldives, Fiji, Mauritius, Papua New Guinea, Tonga, Lesotho and Tajikistan. While 72 of them are from Uttar Pradesh, followed by Bihar, Haryana and Punjab. This year the 'Sword of Honour' has been awarded to Akshat Raj. Another passing out parade was held at Officers' Training Academy in Gaya where about 84 cadets will be joining the Indian Army.