Nagpur: A 28-days Advance Course for Judge Advocates (JAAC-25), a career course for the Officers of Judge Advocate General Army, Navy and Air Force, concluded at Institute of Military Law on May 21, 2016. The valedictory ceremony was presided over by Major General Rajinder Kumar, SM, VSM, Judge Advocate General (Army). The General officer was received at Institute of Military Law by Commandant Brigadier Vijay Kumar, and Deputy Commandant of Institute of Military Law Colonel (Dr) AK Vashishta.
In his welcome address, Brigadier Vijay Kumar extended a hearty welcome to the Judge Advocate General who is a highly decorated General Officer and a role model for the rank and file in the department. In his valedictory address, the General Officer expressed his profound appreciation to Commandant Brigadier Vijay Kumar and Deputy Commandant Colonel (Dr) AK Vashishta and the team IML for their outstanding performance in training the officers from Army, Navy and friendly foreign countries in the field of Military and allied laws.
During the day, the Judge Advocate General also laid the foundation of the Security Wall around Institute of Military Law and inspected the sports facility for trainee officers at Institute of Military Law. He expressed satisfaction on the efforts being made by the Institute of Military Law in carving a niche at the international level.
An alumnus of Indian Law Society’s Law College, Pune Major General Rajinder Kumar, SM VSM, Judge Advocate General (Army) is Chief Legal Advisor to the Chief of Army Staff at Army Head Quarters, New Delhi, on matters Military and International and performs an important role in maintenance of discipline in the Army.