Commanding UN TroopsBrig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja | Troop Commander | UN Mission
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United Nations Peacekeeping helps countries torn by conflict create conditions for lasting peace. Peacekeeping has unique strengths, including legitimacy, burden sharing, and an ability to deploy and sustain troops and police from around the globe, integrating them with civilian peacekeepers to advance multidimensional mandates. India has been the largest troop contributor to UN missions since its inception. So far India has taken part in 43 Peacekeeping missions with a total contribution exceeding 180,000 troops and a significant number of police personnel having been deployed.
How Troop Commander Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja got into Commanding UN Troops?
I served Indian Army for 36 Years, out of which 16 years in Kashmir. I have Yudh Seva Madal and PhD degree. Those who join the Army are good and the Army ensure that they become better. It is a noble profession. During my professional career I had the opportunity to serve as ADC to the President and also got the chance to be part of commanding troops in UN mission.
Troop Commander Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja's Talk on Commanding UN Troops
|Starts with what is:|
|1)||Commanding UN Troops|
|Next, it covers Education. This Talk is unique because it talks about Education in terms of things which can be learnt from books, to excel at a Career in Commanding UN Troops and not as a list of Qualifications, which one needs to get into Commanding UN Troops. It discusses following headings for Education in Commanding UN Troops:|
|2)||Knowledge of World Affairs|
|3)||Basic Human Rights Knowledge|
|Then, the Talk focuses on the most important component that is Skills. Sills and success in Commanding UN Troops go hand in hand. One needs to get a hold of essential skills. Here is a list of Skills required for Commanding UN Troops:|
|6)||Excel in Confidential Report|
|7)||Graded Well in Army Courses|
|Commanding UN Troops has an interesting list of Positives. The Talk discusses following Positives of Commanding UN Troops:|
|12)||Ads to Your Profile|
|Challenges are the other side of Positives and Commanding UN Troops is no exception:|
|15)||Away from Family|
|In the final section of the Talk, Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja talks about How a day goes in a Career in:|
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Infantry is the general branch of an army that engages in military combat on foot. As the troops who engage with the enemy in close-ranged combat, infantry units bear the largest brunt of warfare and typically suffer the greatest number of casualties during a military campaign. Historically, as the oldest branch of the combat arms, the infantry are the tip of the spear of a modern army, and continually undergo training that is typically more physically demanding and psychologically stressful than that of any other branch of the combat arms.
"After completing my schooling from a Boarding School in Dehradun. I joined National Defence Academy in 1971 and passed out from there in 1974. After NDA, I joined Indian Military Academy and was commissioned into the Indian Army in 1975. I served Indian Army for 40 years and retired in Oct 2014 as a Military secretary."
Army recruits wide range of semi educated to graduate to professionals and they all are required to be trained to bring at a common level.
"After completing M A in political science, I joined the B S F in 1977 and stayed there for 3 years and thereafter in 1980, I was selected for the Army Education core."
Army Service Corps IS a corps and an arm of the Indian Army, which handles its logistic support function. While the history of supply and transport services is as old as the history of organized warfare itself it was in 1760 that the very rudimentary supply and transport organizations of the three presidencies of the East India Company were brought under the council of a single authority. The corps celebrated 251 years of its raising on 8 December 2011.
"After completing my graduation and post graduation, I did Ph D from Indore University. After that I got interested in joining army and got an opportunity to join Indian Army in 1994."
The Indian Army is the land-based branch and the largest component of the Indian Armed Forces. The primary mission of the Indian Army is to ensure national security and national unity, defending the nation from external aggression and internal threats, and maintaining peace and security within its borders.
"After completing my Graduation, I joined IMA and entered in to the Indian Armed Forces. I have served there as a Major and total tenure has been 8 years with various postings in different regiments as well as different places in India."
Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja
ADC to President | President House, Delhi
ADC to President | President House, Delhi
[ 2 years & 4 months Experience ]
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.
"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."
Artillery is a class of large military weapons built to fire munitions far beyond the range and power of infantry's small arms.
"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."
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