Kathmandu: The higher command and management training conducted at the Nepali Military War College since March 1 ended on Monday.
Chief of Army Staff Prabhuram Sharma while concluding the program congratulated all the learners for successfully completing the training. He said that this training will make the learners more professional and sophisticated, as well as operational level commanders and staff, they will be able to fulfill the goals and objectives set by the strategic level leadership class and will enable them to carry out the deep responsibility of leading the lower level commanders in the best way.
Commander-in-Chief Sharma expressed his belief that the learner officers will use the knowledge acquired during the training in the coming days with collective spirit for their moral development and institutional interests.
Sahdev Khadka, Education Officer of the college, informed about the training. Mahasenani Vasant Bahadur Gautam was the first overall in the training in which 33 students of Mahasenani rank, one female and 32 males, participated.
Similarly, General Subas KC and General Vasant Bahadur Gautam won first place in the individual research paper, according to Directorate of Military Public Relations and Information.
Higher Command and Management Training is the highest level of training conducted for military officers in the Nepali Army. A total of 350 officers, including 10 women, have been trained through this training which has been conducted at the Nepali Military War College since 2071. Rasas