Greater civil-military jointness must to further strengthen national security & deal with future challenges says Raksha Mantri at the 28th Joint Civil-Military Training Programme at LBSNAA

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The Defence Minister has addressed the participants of the 28th Joint Civil-Military Training Programme at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) in Mussoorie, Uttarakhand.

What is the Joint Civil-Military Programme?

The Joint Civil-Military Programme was initiated in 2001 with the aim of fostering a structured interface between civil servants and Armed Forces officers for a shared understanding of national security. 

Participants are drawn from the Civil Services, Armed Forces and Central Armed Police Forces. 

Objectives of the Programme: 

– To increase awareness of the different dimensions and elements of National Security as well as threats to such security.

– To familiarize the participants with challenges to the management of national security, emerging external security environment, the impact of globalization and internal security environment.

– To provide an opportunity for the participants to interact and exchange ideas on the subject.

– To expose them to the imperatives of civil-military synergy.

Source: The post is based on the articleGreater civil-military jointness must to further strengthen national security & deal with future challenges says Raksha Mantri at the 28th Joint Civil-Military Training Programme at LBSNAApublished in PIB on 13th June 2022.

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