Contents 1 Chiefs of staff 1.1 Chiefs of the Army Staff 1.2 Chiefs of the Naval Staff 1.3 Chiefs of the Air Staff 2 Wartime award recipients 2.1 Param Vir Chakra 2.2 Maha Vir Chakra 2.3 Vir Chakra 3 Peacetime award recipients 3.1 Ashok Chakra 3.2 Kirti Chakra 3.3 Shaurya Chakra 4 Others 5 Notes 5.1 Footnotes 5.2 Citations 6 References 7 External links


Chiefs of staff[edit] General Vijay Kumar Singh Admiral Arun Prakash Admiral Robin Kumar Dhowan Admiral Sunil Lanba Air Chief Marshal Pradeep Vasant Naik Air Chief Marshal Norman Anil Kumar Browne Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha As of January 2017[update], the academy has produced twelve Chiefs of the Army Staff (COAS), ten Chiefs of the Naval Staff (CNS) and eight Chiefs of the Air Staff (CAS). All incumbent service chiefs (COAS Gen Bipin Rawat, CNS Adm Sunil Lanba and CAS ACM Birender Singh) are NDA alumni.[15] Chiefs of the Army Staff[edit] No. Name Awards Course number Notes[15] 1 Sunith Francis Rodrigues PVSM,[a] VSM[b] 1 32nd Governor of Punjab[16][17] 2 Bipin Chandra Joshi PVSM, AVSM,[c] ADC[d] 5 [18][19] 3 Shankar Roy Chowdhury PVSM, ADC 10 Former Rajya Sabha member[20][21][22] 4 Ved Prakash Malik PVSM, AVSM 14 [23][24] 5 Sundararajan Padmanabhan PVSM, AVSM, VSM 15 [25] 6 Nirmal Chander Vij PVSM, UYSM,[e] AVSM 21 Former National Disaster Management Authority vice-chair; Vivekananda International Foundation director[26][27][28][29] 7 Joginder Jaswant Singh PVSM, AVSM, VSM, ADC 25 14th Governor of Arunachal Pradesh[30] 8 Deepak Kapoor PVSM, AVSM, SM, VSM, ADC 30 [31] 9 Vijay Kumar Singh PVSM, AVSM, YSM,[f] ADC 36 Union Minister of State for External Affairs; Union Minister of State for Overseas Indian Affairs; Minister of State for Statistics and Programme Implementation; Former Minister for Development of North Eastern Region; Member of Indian Parliament for Ghaziabad[32][33][34][35] 10 Bikram Singh PVSM, UYSM, AVSM, SM, VSM, ADC 40 [36] 11 Dalbir Singh PVSM, UYSM, AVSM, VSM, ADC 44 [37] 12 Bipin Rawat UYSM, AVSM, YSM, SM, VSM 53 Current COAS[38] Chiefs of the Naval Staff[edit] No. Name Awards Course number Notes[15] 1 Laxmi Narayan Ramdas PVSM, AVSM, VrC,[g] VSM, ADC 1 2004 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Peace and International Understanding[39] 2 Vijai Singh Shekhawat PVSM, AVSM, VrC, ADC 7 Former Vice Chairman of Outward Bound India;[40] Vivekananda International Foundation advisory board member[41] 3 Vishnu Bhagwat PVSM, AVSM, ADC 14 [42] 4 Sushil Kumar PVSM, AVSM, UYSM, YSM, NM,[h] VSM, ADC 16 [43] 5 Madhvendra Singh PVSM, AVSM, ADC 20 [28] 6 Arun Prakash PVSM, AVSM, VrC, VSM, ADC 26 [44] 7 Sureesh Mehta PVSM, AVSM, ADC 29 Former High Commissioner to New Zealand[45][46] 8 Nirmal Kumar Verma PVSM, AVSM 35 24th High Commissioner to Canada[47][48] 9 Robin Kumar Dhowan PVSM, AVSM, YSM, ADC 45 [49] 10 Sunil Lanba PVSM, AVSM, ADC 51 Current CNS[50] Chiefs of the Air Staff[edit] No. Name Awards Course number Notes[15] 1 Nirmal Chandra Suri PVSM, AVSM, VM,[i] ADC 1 [51] 2 Swaroop Krishna Kaul PVSM, MVC,[j] ADC 5 Maha Vir Chakra recipient[52] 3 Satish Kumar Sareen PVSM, AVSM, VM, ADC 12 [53] 4 Anil Yashwant Tipnis PVSM, AVSM, VM, ADC 15 [54] 5 Pradeep Vasant Naik PVSM, VSM, ADC 33 [55] 6 Norman Anil Kumar Browne PVSM, VM, ADC 39 Ambassador to Norway[56][57] 7 Arup Raha PVSM, AVSM, VM, ADC 44 [58][15] 8 Birender Singh Dhanoa PVSM, AVSM, YSM, VM, ADC 52 Current CAS[59]


Wartime award recipients[edit] As of October 2016[update], 3 Param Vir Chakras, 31 Maha Vir Chakras and 160 Vir Chakras have been awarded to NDA officers.[60] Param Vir Chakra[edit] Three officers from NDA have posthumously received the Param Vir Chakra, India's highest wartime gallantry award. All three were from the Army.[13] No. Name Course number Unit Year[61] 1 Gurbachan Singh Salaria 10 3/1 Gorkha Rifles 1961[62] 2 Arun Khetarpal 38 17 Poona Horse 1971[63] 3 Manoj Kumar Pandey 90 1/11 Gorkha Rifles 1999[64] Maha Vir Chakra[edit] Thirty-one NDA officers have received the Maha Vir Chakra, India's second-highest wartime gallantry award: two from the Air Force, one from the Navy and the remainder from the Army. Ten received the award posthumously. Air Force squadron leader Padmanabha Gautam is the only NDA officer to receive the award twice, in 1965 and 1971 (posthumously).[65] No. Name Course number Unit Year[66] 1 Raj Mohan Vohra 1 Armoured Corps 1971[67] 2 Hanut Singh 1 Armoured Corps 1971[68] 3 Kulwant Singh Pannu 1 Infantry 1971[69] 4 Narinder Singh Sandhu 2 Infantry 1971[70] 5 Padmanabha Gautam 3 Indian Air Force 1965, 1971[k][65] 6 Sushil Kumar Mathur 3 Artillery 1965[71][72] 7 Sukhjit Singh 4 Armoured Corps 1971[73] 8 Shamsher Singh 5 Infantry 1971[74] 9 Raj Kumar Singh 5 Infantry 1971[75] 10 H. C. Pathak 5 Infantry 1971[76] 11 Swaroop Krishna Kaul 5 Indian Air Force 1971[77][78] 12 Ved Prakash Ghai 5 Infantry 1971[k][79] 13 Surinder Kapoor 7 Infantry 1971[80] 14 Ved Prakash Airy 8 Infantry 1972[81] 15 Bhaskar Roy 9 Armoured Corps 1965[82] 16 Daljit Singh Narang 9 Armoured Corps 1972[k] 17 Santosh Kumar Gupta 10 Indian Navy 1971[83] 18 Vijay Rattan Choudhry 13 Corps of Engineers 1971 19 Vijay Kumar Berry 14 Infantry 1971[84] 20 Manjit Singh 19 Infantry 1987[85] 21 Bhagwan Dutt Dogra 20 Infantry 1962[86] 22 Amarjit Singh Bal 22 Armoured Corps 1971[87] 23 Gautam Mubayi 23 Infantry 1965[k][88] 24 Pradip Kumar Gour 25 Infantry 1971[89] 25 Basdev Singh Mankotia 28 Infantry 1971[90] 26 S. K. Gupta 30 Infantry 1971[k][66] 27 Inder Bal Singh Bawa 30 Infantry 1971[k][91] 28 Devinder Singh Ahlawat 31 Infantry 1971[k][92] 29 Vivek Gupta 80 2 Rajputana 1999[k][93] 30 Anuj Nayyar 90 17 Jat 1999[k] 31 Gurjinder Singh Suri 90 12 Bihar 2001[k][94] [l][m] Vir Chakra[edit] One hundred sixty NDA alumni have been awarded the Vir Chakra, India's third-highest wartime award. Of these, 96 are from the Army, 13 from the Navy and 51 from the Air Force. Notable recipients include Admiral Laxmi Narayan Ramdas, Admiral Vijai Singh Shekhawat and Admiral Vishnu Bhagwat.[95]


Peacetime award recipients[edit] As of October 2016[update], 11 Ashok Chakras,[14] 40 Kirti Chakras,[96] and 135 Shaurya Chakras,[97] have been awarded to NDA officers.[60] Ashok Chakra[edit] Eleven NDA officers have received the Ashok Chakra, India's highest peacetime gallantry award. Of them, one is from the Air Force and the remainder are from the Army. Ten officers received the award posthumously.[60] Wing commander Rakesh Sharma of the Air Force is the only living NDA Air Force officer to receive the award.[98][99] No. Name Course number Unit Notes 1 Rakesh Sharma 35 Indian Air Force Only Indian national to go into space; Hero of the Soviet Union[98][99][100] 2 Neelakantan Jayachandran Nair 38 16 Maratha Light Infantry 1994;[k] Kirti Chakra (1983)[101][102] 3 Sudhir Kumar Walia 72 9 Para (SF) 2000;[k] Sena Medal recipient[103][104] 4 Arjun Singh Jasrotia 73 9 Para (SF) 1996;[k] Sena Medal recipient[103][105] 5 Rajiv Kumar Joon 78 22 Grenadiers 1995;[k] Shaurya Chakra recipient[106][107] 6 Rakesh Singh 79 22 Grenadiers 1993[k][108][101] 7 Puneet Nath Datt 87 1/11 Gorkha Rifles 1997[k][109] 8 Mohit Sharma 95 1 Para (SF) 2010;[k] Sena Medal recipient[110][111] 9 Dinesh Raghu Raman 95 Rashtriya Rifles 2008;[k] COAS commendation[112][113] 10 Sandeep Unnikrishnan 94 7 Bihar 51 SAG (NSG) 2009,[k] Operation Black Tornado[114][115][116][117] 11 Radhakrishnan Nair Harshan 101 2 Para (SF) 2007[k][118] [l][m] Kirti Chakra[edit] Forty NDA alumni have received the Kirti Chakra, India's second-highest peacetime gallantry award. Of these, seven are from the Air Force and the remainder from the Army.[96] Notable recipients include Colonel Neelakantan Jayachandran Nair, who is also an Ashok Chakra recipient.[102] Shaurya Chakra[edit] A total of 135 NDA alumni have received the Shaurya Chakra, India's third-highest peacetime gallantry award. Eighty-nine are from the Army, 18 from the Navy and 28 from the Air Force.[97] Notable recipients include Major Rajiv Kumar Joon, who is also an Ashok Chakra recipient.[119]


Others[edit] Colonel Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore No. Name Military awards Course number Notes 1 Arogyaswami Paulraj AVSM, VSM 25 Professor Emeritus, Stanford University, USA; Padma Bhushan recipient; 2011 IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal; 2014 Marconi Prize; Developed MIMO wireless technology widely used in 4G and WiFi devices[120][121] 2 Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore AVSM 79 Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting; Member of Parliament from Jaipur, Rajasthan; Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award recipient; Padma Shri recipient; Arjuna Award recipient; Silver medal in men's double trap at the 2004 Summer Olympics; 3 gold medals and 1 silver medal in the Commonwealth Games;[n] 1 silver and 1 bronze medal in the Asian Games[o][122][123][124][125][126][127][128]


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