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Army Commanders’ Conference 2024 will Commence in Hybrid Mode

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The Army Commanders' Conference for the year 2024 will be held in hybrid mode, with the virtual conference scheduled for 28th March 2024 and the physical conference in New Delhi on 01st and 02nd April 2024

The conference serves as an important forum for the apex leadership of the Indian Army to discuss conceptual issues, review the overall security situation, and priorities are set for making important policy decisions to chart the course for future direction. 

Key Highlights

  • The conference will be chaired by the Chief of the Army Staff (COAS), General Manoj Pande, in New Delhi, with Army Commanders participating virtually from their respective Command Headquarters. 
  • During the conference, Defence Minister Shri Rajnath Singh will also introduce and interact with senior military leadership. 
  • The discussion will focus on critical agendas impacting the welfare of the region's military and veterans, and include specific subject matter expert interactions on the emerging geopolitical landscape and its impact on national security.
  • During the physical conference on 01st April 2024, the Army's top leadership will engage in intensive brainstorming sessions to enhance operational effectiveness, foster a culture of innovation and adaptability, and invest in training and development programs to ensure readiness for future challenges. 
  • The brainstorming session will also  include discussion on issues related to the welfare of service personnel, with the aim of enhancing the quality of life for soldiers and their families.
  • This will be followed by a meeting of the Investment Advisory Committee of Army Group Insurance under the chairmanship of COAS and attended by many experts in financial management.
  • The Committee will deliberate  on various welfare measures and schemes for the financial security of serving soldiers, ex-servicemen and their families.

Commands in the Indian Army

The Indian Army is a powerful and vast military force with over 1.2 million active members. It is divided into seven commands, each in charge of a specific region or operational area.

  • Northern Command (Headquarters – Udhampur, J&K)
  • Western Command (Headquarters – Chandigarh)
  • Eastern Command (Headquarters – Kolkata)
  • Southern Command (Headquarters – Pune)
  • South-Western Command (Headquarters – Jaipur)
  • Central Command (Headquarters – Lucknow)
  • Training Command (Headquarters – Shimla)


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