The Army Commanders’ Conference is slated for April 18-22, 2022 in New Delhi, when top Indian Army leadership will examine the operational situation along the frontiers.
According to an official announcement published by the Ministry of Defence, the Army Commanders’ Conference will be held in New Delhi from April 18-22, 2022. The Army Commanders’ Conference is a high-level biannual event conducted in April and October each year. The conference serves as an institutional forum for conceptual level discourse, culminating in the formulation of critical policy choices for the Indian Army.
During the conference, the Indian Army’s senior leadership will review the operational scenario along active borders, assess threats across the complete spectrum of conflict, and conduct an analysis of functionality voids to further focus on capability development and operational readiness plans, according to the statement.
Discussions are also planned on infrastructure development in border regions, modernisation via indigenisation, the introduction of niche technology, and the evaluation of any impact of the Russia-Ukraine war.
Apart from ideas addressing enhancing works, financial management, adopting e-vehicles, and digitization in the Indian Army, the top commanders will discuss a variety of agenda issues sponsored by regional commands.
Board of Governors meetings of the Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) and the Army Group Insurance Fund (AGIF) will be held as part of the conference, according to the official statement.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh is set to meet with top commanders and deliver a speech at the conference on April 21, 2022.