JK Public School Kunjwani organises Motivational Lecture for students by Captain Shrang Vats
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JAMMU: JK Public School Kunjwani on Tuesday organized an interactive session with Capt Shrang Vats for the students of Class XI. The students participated in this programme with great enthusiasm and curiosity.
The Motivational talk by Capt Shrang Vats from the Army provided guidance to the students in planning a career in the Indian Armed Forces based on their individual preferences and interests, like, Indian Army, Indian Air force & Indian Navy.
The various entry schemes for recruitment, namely, after +2 level entry through National Defence Academy (NDA) Kadakvasla and nafter graduation, entry through Combined Defence Services (CDS) along with the pay, allowances and other entitlements were explained in detail.”
The officer highlighted the importance of NDA Khadakwasla as one of the most renowned Defence Training Institutes across the globe. It is spread over 7015 acres of land & claims to have all the sports disciplines alongwith the world class facilities.
Highly trained instructors of the Academy transform all the cadets into potential soldiers. After a successful completion of 3 year training at NDA Khadakwasla, cadets move to their next destination at one of the following three academies, namely, Indian Military Academy Dehradun, Uttarakhand; Indian Air Force Academy, Dindigul Hyderabad, Telangana; & Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala, Kannur district, Kerala.
“Towards the end, participants were also briefed about the academic and physical requirements for joining as Officers through various entries available for the purpose.
Principal JK Public School, Kunjwani Rajesh Rathore expressed gratitude towards the Indian Army and Capt Shrang Vats for taking the educative and inspiring initiative. He also shared his unforgettable experiences pertaining to UP Sainik School Lucknow, where from he started his teaching career.
With a great sense of pride he shared that his 56 cadets have reached the rank of Colonel & commanding their units; more than 50 are with para-military forces ( BSF, CISF,CRPF & ITBP) serving as Commandants, 2ICs or Dy. Commandants & 17 are with SPG, NSG, PARA SF & Cobra Commandos. He also shared about Param Vir Chakra recipient cadet from his school Capt Manoj Kumar Pandey.