Port Blair, Sep 22: Officers attending the 73rd Staff Course at the Defence Services Staff College (DSSC), one of the premier inter-services training institution at Wellington, Tamil Nadu are visiting Andaman and Nicobar Command from 15 September to 23 September 2017. The DSSC is one of the few institutions of its type in the world where training in Command and staff duties is imparted over a period of 45 weeks to selected middle level officers of all the three Services – the Army, Navy and Air Force, as also to selected officers of the paramilitary and those from friendly foreign countries. During the visit the course was familiarized with the unique aspects of Andaman and Nicobar Islands and innovative infrastructure development, so that future military leadership remains sensitive to civil security, development and environmental concerns. The course was also briefed at the Command Headquarters and by respective Components. In order to familiarize the student officers with development, ecology and environmental imperatives, visits have also been organised to Ross Island, Havelock Island, Anthropological museum and Cellular Jail.
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