Curtain Raiser: Station Commanders’ Workshop to Enhance Indian Navy Administration

The third edition of the Station Commanders’ Workshop of the Indian Navy is set to take place from March 18th to March 20th, 2024, in New Delhi. Following the successful organization of two previous workshops at INS Hamla in Mumbai (Southern Naval Command) and INS Circars (Eastern Naval Command), this edition will convene more than 100 Station Commanders, Unit Heads, and Commanding Officers. The primary objective is to facilitate brainstorming sessions and the exchange of innovative ideas aimed at enhancing the overall administration of naval stations across India, including the island territories of Lakshadweep and Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

Key highlights of the workshop include professional presentations by NHQ staff, Command HQ staff, and Station Commanders, with the participation of the Naval Welfare and Wellness Association (NWWA). A special session will be dedicated to Early Intervention Centres (EICs) of the Indian Navy. Spearheaded by NWWA, EICs focus on the early detection and intervention of developmental delays in children aged between 0-6 years. By providing timely professional intervention at an early stage, these centers enable children to seamlessly integrate into mainstream education. EICs are operational across all three naval commands, as well as in Delhi and Karwar.

Vice Admiral Gurcharan Singh, Controller of Personnel Services (CPS), will chair the meeting, with the opening and closing addresses delivered by Admiral Hari Kumar, the Chief of Naval Staff. The workshop serves as a platform for fostering collaboration, sharing best practices, and collectively working towards enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of naval administration across the nation.

Curtain Raiser: Station Commanders’ Workshop to Enhance Indian Navy Administration




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