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5 New Lieutenants Commissioned into Military Nursing Service at Army Hospital (R&R)

5 New Lieutenants Commissioned into Military Nursing Service at Army Hospital (R&R)

Five civil-trained BSc Nursing graduates have been commissioned as Lieutenants into the Military Nursing Service and have joined the Army Hospital (R&R) as Short Service Commissioned Officers. Commandant (Offg) Maj Gen Kanwarjit Singh has extended his congratulations to them.

In a significant development for the Military Nursing Service (MNS), five newly graduated BSc Nursing professionals have been commissioned as Lieutenants and have joined the Army Hospital (R&R) as Short Service Commissioned Officers.

The commissioning ceremony saw Commandant (Offg) Maj Gen Kanwarjit Singh in attendance, who extended his congratulations to the new officers.

The Military Nursing Service, a crucial component of the Indian Army, offers a prestigious career path for female nursing professionals aspiring to serve their country.

This tradition of service dates back to 1896 when the Indian Army Nursing Service was first established. The service underwent a significant transition when it was renamed the Indian Military Nursing Service in 1927, further solidifying its role within the armed forces.

The induction of these five lieutenants marks an ongoing commitment to strengthening the healthcare services within the military infrastructure, ensuring that the armed forces receive top-notch medical and nursing care.

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