New Delhi, Feb 26: Chief of the Army Staff General Bikram Singh on Tuesday chaired the proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Mechanised Forces Conference, being hosted by the Armoured Corps Centre and School here from January 25 to 27.
A large number of senior serving officers of the elite Armoured Corps, Mechanised Infantry and Brigade of the Guards attended the conference that discussed issues relevant to the Mechanised Forces of the future.
General Singh praised the battle readiness of the Mechanised Forces, which deliver the vital punch on the battlefield and their commitment, morale, training and operational capabilities must instil fear in our potential adversaries.
He also added that a fresh impetus is required for change in the Army.
Towards pursuit of all round excellence, the General exhorted all ranks of the Mechanised Forces to focus on effective training for integrated all arms operations.
He said that the Army has always been the epitome of trust and discipline, for which they should always be proud.
General Singh emphasised on the focus areas enunciated by him for all ranks of the Army.
He also emphasised on human resource development to improve the morale and meet the aspirations of soldiers.
During the three-day conclave important issues regarding modernization, realistic operationally oriented training and human resource management issues were discussed. (ANI)