35th Naval Higher Command Course was held at Goa
Vasco: The Valedictory Function of the 35th Naval Higher Command Course (NHCC) was held at the Naval War College on Wednesday, marking the completion of the course by 34 officers.
The flagship course, which commenced on August 01, 2022, was attended by Captains of the Indian Navy and equivalent ranks from the Army, Air Force, and Coast Guard and aims to prepare officers for leadership at strategic and operational levels, with a primary focus on national security, maritime strategy, joint operations, and technology transformations.
Governor P. S. Sreedharan Pillai graced the occasion as Chief Guest.
Indian Navy spokesman said that during the course, the participating officers undertook research on a wide variety of subjects of strategic and operational importance to the nation in general and the Armed Forces in particular.
“The participation comprised 25 officers from the Indian Navy, four officers each from the Indian Army and Indian Air Force, and one Coast Guard officer. graduating officers will now occupy key operational and staff billets in the Armed Forces and will be instrumental in policy formulation as well as in decision making,” he said.
Governor P. S. Sreedharan Pillai congratulated the medal winners and lauded the officers for their perseverance and professional excellence. He also appreciated the discipline of India’s Defence forces.