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Brigadier Brig S P Nanda talks about Artillery course, what is Artillery and other details about a Career in Artillery.







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Brig S P Nanda | Brigadier | Indian Army


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Artillery
Brig S P Nanda
Brigadier | Indian Army
[ 36 years Experience ]
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What is Artillery?


A Career in Artillery is very intriguing. One should first understand What a Career in Artillery entails before investing time and effort to figure out How to start a Career in Artillery. Just like you would normally not trust a non Doctor with names of medicines, you should also not trust opinions about Artillery from non professionals.

With 36 years of professional experience, Brigadier Brig S P Nanda understands Artillery. According to Brigadier Brig S P Nanda, Artillery is:

Artillery is a class of large military weapons built to fire munitions far beyond the range and power of infantry's small arms.





How Brigadier Brig S P Nanda got into Artillery?


I did graduation in Arts from Pathankot. Since I was Senior under Officer in the NCC, I got entrance to the Army and joined Indian Military Academy in 1959. I served in Indian Army for 32 years and retired as Brigadier in 1993. I then served in BSF for 4 years before retiring in 1997. I now run PAMMI NANDA FOUNDATION, the focus of which is on free computer education for economically weaker section.





Brigadier Brig S P Nanda's Talk on Artillery



Starts with what is:
     1) Artillery  

Next, it covers Education. It is easy to Google information about what Qualifications are needed to enter Artillery, this Talk went a step ahead to talk about the body of knowledge one needs to develop to excel at Artillery. It details these topics within Education for Artillery:
     2) Entry to Artillery  
     3) History  
     4) Arsenal  
     5) Role of Artillery  

Then, the Talk focuses on the most important component that is Skills. 90% success in Artillery depends on Skills. It is crucial to understand these. It discusses following headings for Skills in Artillery:
     6) Discipline  
     7) Leadership Quality  
     8) Decision Making  
     9) Team Spirit  
     10) Physical Fitness  

It is important to get an understanding of the Positives of Artillery. This Talk explains these Positives of Artillery:
     11) Respect  
     12) Wide Scope  
     13) Opportunity in Aviation Corps  
     14) Foreign Mission  
     15) Glamour Postings  

Challenges define Artillery as much as the Positives of the same:
     16) High Responsibility  
     17) Tough Conditions  
     18) Handling Weapons  

In the final section of the Talk, Brig S P Nanda talks about How a day goes in a Career in:
     19) Artillery  





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