#ShapingFutureNavalLeadership A spectacular evening of acrobatics, martial arts, Physical Training display, military music and Naval continuity drill by cadets and musician sailors of Indian Naval Academy (INA) was at display during the ‘Outdoor Training Demonstration’ Ceremony today, Thursday, 26 November 2020, as a prelude to the Passing Out Ceremony scheduled on 28 November 2020. Vice Admiral M A Hampiholi, AVSM, NM, Commandant, INA, Officers along with families and cadets witnessed the event.
Indian Naval Academy (INA), Ezhimala will hold its Passing out Parade (POP) for Autumn Term 2020 on Saturday, 28 November 2020. The POP will be conducted without the presence of parents and guests of trainees, considering the precautions to be followed during COVID-19 crisis. Trainees comprising Midshipmen of 99th Indian Naval Academy Course (B.Tech and MSc) and Cadets of 30th Naval Orientation Course (Extended) will pass out as Officers on successful completion of their ab-initio training.
#ShapingFutureNavalLeadership: A wreath laying ceremony was conducted by the passing out cadets on Wednesday, 25 Nov 2020. During this event, wreaths were placed by cadets of passing out courses at ‘PrernaSthal’- the War memorial, and a two minutes’ silence was observed to honour the sacrifice of every soldier, known and unknown, in the service of the nation. The Oath of Allegiance was administered to the trainees of 99thINAC and 30th Naval Orientation Course (Extended) by Rear Admiral Tarun Sobti, VSM, Deputy Commandant and Chief Instructor, INA.
#ShapingFutureNavalLeadership An Academy Dinner Night signifying the completion of training activities of Autumn Term 2020 at Indian Naval Academy was organised on 21 Nov 20 at Katari Cadets’ Mess - named after Vice Admiral Ram Dass Katari – the first Indian Chief of Naval Staff, post Independence.
#ShapingFutureNavalLeadership - Training camps for II and III term cadets of Indian Naval Academy (INA), ‘Baraccuda 2.0’ and ‘Baraccuda 3.0’, were conducted at INA from 18 to 21 November 2020 whilst following all COVID 19 protocols and adhering to the guidelines issued by Ministry of Home Affairs, GoI. A total of 160 cadets participated in cohort groups during the camps which are aimed at developing esprit-de-corps, camaraderie and leadership qualities, whilst testing physical endurance an
Cadets of 99th Indian Naval Academy Course including two trainees from Sri Lankan Navy and 30th Naval Orientation Course (Extended), in their run up to the Passing out Parade ceremony, organised a farewell tea on Tuesday, 17 November 2020 to commemorate and thank all Sailor Instructors, Lab Staff and Civilian Staff that were instrumental in their successful training for academic and service subjects and grooming at INA.
#ShapingFutureNavalLeadership The passing out trainees of 99th INAC (B.Tech and M.Sc), 30th Naval Orientation Course (Extended) were hosted by Vice Admiral M A Hampiholi, AVSM, NM, Commandant, Indian Naval Academy over tea at Ezhimala House, today, Tuesday, 17 Nov 2020. The event provided an opportunity for cadets to interact socially with the Commandant and other senior officers. In his interaction with them, the Commandant advised the passing out cadets to hone their professional skills and remain committed to the core naval values of Duty, Honour and Courage.
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The seventh edition of the Dilli Series Sea power Webinar on ‘Military Use of Sea Power’ concluded today, Saturday, 17 October 2020 at the Indian Naval Academy (INA). Eight papers were presented during the seminar centered on the theme. Day two commenced with an Invitational Talk by Lt Cdr Desmond Woods from Australian Naval Institute on ‘War at Sea in the Pacific, Indian & South Atlantic Oceans- 1914’.The event was attended by several serving and retired senior Naval Officers, eminent academicians, representatives of think tanks and distinguished luminaries.
The seventh edition of the annual ‘Dilli Series’ Sea Power Webinar on ‘Military Use of Sea Power’ commenced this morning at the Indian Naval Academy (INA). Several serving and retired senior Naval Officers, eminent academicians, representatives of think tanks and distinguished luminaries are participating in the two-day seminar.