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Military Simulation & Training India 2013 brought together top military officers, industry and academic subject matter experts to discuss the latest developments and requirements on training and simulation systems for India. The event looked at the future requirements of military simulation to include the Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Indian Navy and defence R&D establishments.

Delegates had the benefit of:

  • Networking with senior military, government and industry training and simulation experts
  • Evaluating the most effective training and simulation technologies
  • Examining commercial off-the-shelf aids for military simulation and modelling
  • Listening to serving officers dealing with formulating policy and implementation of training doctrines

 

The high-profile speakers dealt with:

  • Training requirements in keeping with the doctrines for war at the strategic, operational and tactical levels
  • Virtual and computer-aided wargaming
  • Alternatives to large-scale exercises with troops and field firing practices
  • Latest developments and trends in training of artillery, air defence, infantry soldier's individual and collective training, combat engineers, and signals and communications
  • Technical training

 

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CENTRE FOR JOINT WARFARE STUDIES The Centre for Joint Warfare Studies (CENJOWS) was raised on the initiative of the Indian Ministry of Defence on 24 August 2007 and is registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 in India. CENJOWS is an independent, professional research institute established in pursuit of strengthening the concept of 'jointness' within the defence forces, as well as with other agencies that jointly contribute towards the nation's warfighting capability. It is presently located within the precincts of HQ Integrated Defence Staff (IDS) in the Kashmir House complex.

The Honourable Defence Minister is the patron-in-chief with the three service chiefs, defence secretary, secretary of defence finance, members of parliament, members of academia and industry and former chiefs of integrated staff (CISC) forming the advisory board. The CISC, HQ IDS chairs the executive council which has deputy chiefs of HQ IDS as other members.

Lieutenant General (Retd) AS Kalkat, SYSM, PVSM, AVSM, VSM is the director emeritus and Major General (Retd) KB Kapoor, VSM is the director of CENJOWS.

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