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Conclusion of Naval Station Commanders’ workshop in New Delhi

The 3rd edition of the Indian Navy’s Station Commanders’ Workshop concluded at the Naval Headquarters in New Delhi on Wednesday. The workshop focused on works, logistics, and intelligence, with a report on the operations of early intervention centres also presented.

The workshop, attended by over 100 delegates representing all naval stations, discussed key areas like works, logistics, and intelligence. The Director General, Medical Services (Navy) presented a report on the operations of early intervention centres in different commands and NHQ, indicating a collaborative approach towards healthcare in the Navy.

During the workshop, a Defence Ministry statement highlighted the participation of commanding officers from Naval Hospitals, officers from Naval Armament Inspection (NAI) Units, and the Material Organisations (MOs), emphasizing the importance of coordination and communication among different units within the Navy. The release of the EIC book manuscript by Navy chief and other dignitaries marked a significant moment in the event.

The President of Naval Wives Welfare Association (NWWA) conducted an information session on NWWA initiatives, underlining the support provided to the naval community, including Early Intervention Centres. The emphasis on leadership’s role in ensuring community welfare was highlighted, along with the unveiling of a NWWA coffee table book to commemorate the initiatives discussed during the workshop.

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