Arunachal: DCM, Maj Gen discuss ways to involve PBSG to motivate Students for joining Armed Forces

Major General Jarken Gamlin called on the DCM here , and discussed on ways to involve PBSGto motivate Students for joining as officers in the Indian Armed Forces.


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Major General (AVSM, VSM & SM), Jarken Gamlin called on the Deputy Chief Minister, Chowna Mein here today.

They discussed on ways to go forward & involve “Pay Back to the Society Group (PBSG)” of Arunachali Armed Forces Officers both serving & retired in Indian Armed Forces to interact, motivate & give career guidance to the Senior Secondary Level Students for joining as officers in the Indian Armed Forces.

During the interactions, Mein said that the youths of the State will be greatly influenced and encouraged to join the Armed Forces seeing their elder brothers like him holding high posts in the Indian Army. He lauded the Major General for his personal interest and proactive approach for the purpose. He further assured to provide logistic support from the State Govt to his core group for facilitating the Career Guidance Programme for the youths citing the growing unemployment among the educated youths. He added that there is natural potential and fitness among the tribal youths and the need of the hour is the right motivation and proper guidance to them.

Deputy Chief Minister also appreciated and thanked the  Governor of Arunachal Pradesh, Brig.(Dr) B D Mishra (Retd.) who had initiated and invited the PBSG of Arunachali Armed Forces Officers serving in the Indian Armed Forces to encourage the youths of the State through interaction and career guidance to join the Armed Forces.

Major General Gamlin informed the Deputy Chief Minister that a core group from the PBSG of Arunachal Armed Forces Officers has been formed to initiate the career guidance programme in consultation with the education department. He said that they are very serious and wholeheartedly taking up the programme and expressed hope that the students of the Higher Secondary Schools will be largely benefited from it.

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