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Six more cadets of MRSAFPI commissioned into Indian Army

The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, June 10

Adding yet another feather in the cap of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Armed Forces Preparatory Institute (MRSAFPI) SAS Nagar, Six more cadets have been commissioned into the Indian Army after successfully passing out from the Indian Military Academy (IMA) in Dehradun, on Saturday. The passing out parade was reviewed by Lt. Gen. M. V. Suchindra Kumar, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, VSM, GOC-in-C, Northern Command.

With the commissioning of these six cadets- Amrinder Singh from district Mohali, ShobhitDeep Singh (Gurdaspur), Abhay Pratap Singh (Mohali), Aditya Burmi (Hoshiarpur), Aditya Sharma (Mohali) and Tushant (Pathankot), a total of 158 cadets of Maharaja Ranjit Singh AFPI have been commissioned as officers into the Indian Armed Forces since the inception of the Institute.

Extending heartiest congratulations to the cadets, Punjab Employment Generation, Skill Development and Training Minister Mr. Aman Arora wished them a successful innings in the Armed forces. He further revealed that 50 cadets of MRSAFPI have been commissioned since the S. Bhagwant Singh Mann led state Government is at the helm of affairs in Punjab. The institute has set another benchmark by achieving a success rate of 56.64%.

Director of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Armed Forces Preparatory Institute Major General Ajay H. Chauhan (Retd) informed that two more Cadets from the Institute, Jaskirat Singh from district Mohali and Saksham Gupta from Jalandhar district, were commissioned as Sub -Lieutenant in the Indian Navy in May this year. He called upon the cadets to live upto the motto of the Institute, “Nischay Kar Apni Jeet Karoon” and be true soldiers in service of the Nation.

22 cadets cleared Service Selection Board interview

As many as 22 cadets of the Institute have also cleared the Service Selection Board (SSB) interview, said Major General Ajay H. Chauhan (Retd) while adding that the Merit list of NDA-152 course was declared in April and Cadet Navjot Singh achieved 11th rank in the All-India Order of Merit. These cadets are awaiting joining letters to join National Defence Academy (NDA)/equivalent Training Academies.

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