Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will ship the inaugural handle at a webinar on ‘Position of Girls within the Armed Forces’, being organised by the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) on October 14, knowledgeable Ministry of Defence (MoD).
The worldwide webinar in video convention mode is hosted by the MoD. Chief of Defence Employees Basic Bipin Rawat will ship the welcome handle. The representatives of the SCO member nations will share their experiences, which is able to enrich and inform policymakers and practitioners alike.
The webinar shall be performed in two classes. The primary session on ‘Historic Perspective of Girls’s Roles in Fight Operations’ shall be chaired by Deputy Chief of Built-in Defence Employees (Medical) Lt Basic Madhuri Kanitkar. Other than India, audio system from China, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan will share their views within the session.
The Second session shall be chaired by Former International Secretary Nirupama Rao Menon. Theme of the session is: ‘Rising Developments in Wars and Probably Roles of Girls Warriors’. Representatives from Pakistan, Russian Federation, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan will share their views on the topic.
The convention was initially deliberate with the bodily presence of the representatives of the member states within the 12 months 2020, nevertheless, owing to COVID-19 pandemic, is now being performed through video conferencing, as regardless of the pandemic the interplay between the SCO member states stay essential.
Closing handle shall be delivered by the Chief of Built-in Defence Employees to the Chairman, Chiefs of Employees Committee (CISC) Air Marshal BR Krishna.
Senior civil and navy officers of MoD may also be current within the webinar.The Authorities of India has acknowledged girls as proud and important members of the Indian Defence forces and the potential they carry to the Armed Forces.
Accordingly, within the final seven years, the Authorities has taken a number of steps to herald extra alternatives for girls within the Indian Defence forces in addition to create equality in service circumstances for ladies and men. At this time, girls are enormously empowered throughout the Indian Defence Forces, whether or not it’s the Indian Military, Indian Navy or the Indian Air Drive.
(With ANI inputs)