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Wednesday, 10 February 2021

Mohali officer tops course for Army docs

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, February 9

An officer from Mohali, Capt Prabhjot Singh, has been adjudged the best officer of the Medical Officer Basic Course (MOBC). He passed out from the Officers Training College at the Army Medical Corps Centre and College, Lucknow, today.

The nine-week MOBC imparts intensive combat medical support training to newly commissioned armed forces’ medical and dental officers to empower them for effectively performing their duties in peace and operational areas.

The course batch comprised 113 officers, including 17 women, 13 air force, five navy and 10 dental officers.

Prabhjot’s father Devinder Singh, a former programme executive with All-India Radio, said his son had been a topper in the school and had joined the Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, in 2014 for pursuing the MBBS course. He is fond of trekking, calligraphy and playing the guitar.

After being commissioned in 2019, he also served at the Command Hospital, Chandimandir, and has now been posted in Himachal Pradesh.

from The Tribune

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