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ADC

By Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja
[ ADC to President | President House, Delhi ]




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What is ADC?


A Career in ADC is very interesting. Almost everyone seems to be talking about How to start a Career in ADC, while one should first develop an understanding of What is a Career in ADC. The most authoritative source of information on ADC is someone with real experience in it.

Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja has 2 years & 4 months of professional experience in ADC. Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja describes ADC as:

An ADC is generally a junior officer who is an aide to senior officials of the rank of Maj Gen and above in the armed forces. From the forces point of view, Generals are commanders of strategic forces and perform a lot of administrative duties. They require someone to help them out by keeping tab of every issue that comes forth.





How Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja got into ADC?


I have served in the Indian Army for 36 years, for 16 of those years I was in Kashmir. I was honored with Yudh Seva Medal and I have a PhD. During my professional career I had the opportunity to serve as ADC to two presidents of India, Gyani Zail Singh and R. Venkataraman, from the year 1987 to 1989.





Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja's Talk on ADC



Starts with what is:
     1) ADC  

Next, it covers Education. It is easy to Google information about what Qualifications are needed to enter ADC, this Talk went a step ahead to talk about the body of knowledge one needs to develop to excel at ADC. Here is a list of Education items required for ADC:
     2) Understanding of Protocols  

Then, the Talk focuses on the most important component that is Skills. Sills and success in ADC go hand in hand. One needs to get a hold of essential skills. It explains Skills needed in ADC with these items:
     3) Observant  
     4) Quick Response  
     5) Smart  
     6) Trust Worthy  
     7) Reasoning Ability   
     8) Worldly Wise   

There are great positives of ADC. The Talk discusses following Positives of ADC:
     9) Exposure   
     10) Lifestyle  
     11) Develop Confidence  

After a discussion on Positives, Challenges complete the caricature of ADC:
     12) Deviation From Shouldering   
     13) Difficult to Keep Your Feet on Ground  

In the final section of the Talk, Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja talks about How a day goes in a Career in:
     14) ADC  




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(ADC, Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja, President House, Delhi, ADC, Major, Maj General, Captain )





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