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National Defence College, New Delhi, Delhi
Address:6, Tees January Marg
New Delhi (District New Delhi)
Delhi, India
Pin Code : 110011


National Defence College, New Delhi Delhi is a recognised institute / college.
National Defence College, New Delhi Delhi is situated in New Delhi of Delhi state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. New Delhi comes under New Delhi Tehsil, New Delhi District.

Fax # of National Defence College, New Delhi Delhi is +91-11-23013429.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at National Defence College, New Delhi Delhi are 099583-04337.

email ID(s) is National Defence College New Delhi Delhi

Website of National Defence College, New Delhi Delhi is www.ndc.nic.in/.


Contact Details of National Defence College, New Delhi Delhi are : Telephone: +91-11-23011994, 23013430, 23016725


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National Security and Strategic Studies Course Method of Study Lecture and Panel Discussion Individual Work Pre-Course Reading


National Defence College, New Delhi Delhi runs course(s) in Training stream(s).

Profile of National Defence College

The National Defence College (NDC) was inaugurated on April 27, 1960 by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of independent India. NDC is a pioneering institute of its type in Asia. The role of the college has remained largely unchanged since 1959, when the President of India sanctioned "the setting up of a National Defence College for providing instruction to senior service and civil officers in the wider aspects of higher direction and strategy of warfare". Today, NDC continues to provide future decision-makers with the necessary skills and background for filling senior positions in national security and associated fields.

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Media coverage of National Defence College, New Delhi Delhi, Delhi

Sino-Pak security cooperation not threat to any country

Pakistans army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani on Thursday said the Sino-Pak security cooperation should not be perceived as a threat to any country, a statement that comes closely after India said the close military and strategic ties impacts its security environment.

Pakistan had strategic relations with China and the ongoing joint military excercise YouYi-IV will further strengthen these ties, Kayani told the media during a visit to Jhelum to witness the drill.

Relations between the armies of Pakistan and China were not based on aggression against a particular country, he added. Cooperation between the two countries will promote regional peace, he said.

Pakistan is cooperating with China to tackle terrorism in the region, Kayani was quoted as saying. Back in New Delhi, Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai in his recent address at the National Defence College had talked of media reports about the developments in Pakistans nuclear and missile programmes.

The close military and strategic ties between China and Pakistan impacts on our security environment, he had said.

Meanwhile, Peoples Liberation Army deputy chief Gen Hou Shusen, who was present on the occasion in Pakistan today, said relations between the China and Pakistan had been strengthened over the years.

Such exercises are evidence of joint efforts against terrorism in the region, he said. Officials have said the two-week-long exercise is aimed at enhancing the capability of both militaries to tackle terrorism and at sharing of information through a training programme in real time.

The drill will include collective training at the unit and brigade-level for low-intensity conflict operations.

Lt Gen Shakti Gurung new GOC 4 Corps

GUWAHATI, June 30 – Lt Gen Shakti Gurung took over as the General Officer Commanding (GOC) of Gajraj Corps of the Army from Lt Gen Gyan Bhushan in a function held at Armys 4 Corps premises last evening.

Lt Gen Gurung, an alumni of the prestigious National Defence College, has earlier served as Defence Attache in Myanmar. The General Officer prior to taking over as the GOC, was the Additional Military Secretary (A) in the Army Headquarters.

Lt Gen Gurung is well versed with the insurgency in North East and law and order situation of Assam having earlier commanded an Infantry Battalion and a Mountain Division in the North East, an official release stated.

Lt General has been awarded with Ati Vishist Seva Medal and Vishist Seva Medal for distinguished military service of highest order. Lt Gen Gyan Bhushan after a successful and fruitful tenure is now proceeding to the Integrated Headquarters of Ministry of Defence (Army) for his new assignment.

Delhis National Defence College on hit-list

Mumbai attacks co-accused David Headley on Wednesday testified that New Delhi-based National Defence College is on the hit-list of terrorists as 26-11 mastermind Illiyas Kashmiri believes in this way he can kill more Indian brigadiers than what the Pakistan Army could not do in four wars with India.

Within a few months of the Mumbai terror attacks, Kashmiri, who has now emerged as mastermind of 26-11, met Headley, and asked him to go to India again to do surveillance of the National Defence College in New Delhi and a number of Chhabad Houses in various cities of India.

When Headley, accompanied by Pasha, went to see Kashmiri in Waziristan in February 2009, he among the Lashkar-e-Taiba circles had emerged as a surveillance expert thus a key element of the planning of the terrorist attack.

Delhis National Defence College on hit-list

Mumbai attacks co-accused David Headley on Wednesday testified that New Delhi-based National Defence College is on the hit-list of terrorists as 26-11 mastermind Illiyas Kashmiri believes in this way he can kill more Indian brigadiers than what the Pakistan Army could not do in four wars with India.

Within a few months of the Mumbai terror attacks, Kashmiri, who has now emerged as mastermind of 26-11, met Headley, and asked him to go to India again to do surveillance of the National Defence College in New Delhi and a number of Chhabad Houses in various cities of India.

When Headley, accompanied by Pasha, went to see Kashmiri in Waziristan in February 2009, he among the Lashkar-e-Taiba circles had emerged as a surveillance expert thus a key element of the planning of the terrorist attack




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