Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja, has been a part of the Indian Government for most of his career. He began with joining the Indian Army and eventually became ADC for the presidents of India and is now Retired. During his career he has been awarded with the Yudh Seva Medal.
Adc To President
Brig Sanjay Kumar Ahuja's Experience
Commanding UN Troops
Notably: Troop Commander in: UN Mission
0 years & 10 months [Mar 1995 - Jan 1996]
What is Commanding UN Troops / What is a Career in Commanding UN Troops: 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.
Commanding UN Troops Course / How I 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."
Notably: ADC to President in: President House, Delhi
2 years & 4 months [Mar 1987 - Jul 1989]
What is ADC / What is a Career in ADC: 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.
ADC Course / How I 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."