Lecture Highlighting Benefits of Agniveer Scheme Hosted by Indian Army

Indian Army

Jammu: The Indian Army successfully organised a compelling lecture at the Gharota Cricket Stadium in Akhnoor, aimed at showcasing the benefits of the Agniveer Scheme and motivating youth to consider a career in the Indian Army. The event, attended by 58 participants, provided invaluable insights into the opportunities and advantages offered by the Agniveer Scheme.


The Agniveer Scheme, a flagship initiative of the Indian Army, was presented as a transformative platform designed to empower and encourage young individuals to join the forces, serving the nation with pride and dedication. Through the lecture, attendees gained a deeper understanding of the scheme’s focus on fostering a sense of duty, patriotism, and camaraderie, along with offering avenues for personal growth, skill development, and service to the nation.

Distinguished speakers from the Indian Army shared their personal experiences, insights, and success stories, shedding light on the remarkable journey of serving the nation through the Agniveer Scheme. Through interactive discussions and engaging presentations, the lecture emphasised the importance of patriotism, leadership, and selfless service, instilling a sense of pride and responsibility among the attendees.


The event successfully inspired and motivated the youth of Akhnoor and beyond, urging them to consider the noble profession of defending the nation’s sovereignty and upholding its integrity. Attendees left with a renewed sense of purpose and a greater awareness of the rewarding career opportunities available through the Agniveer Scheme.

The Indian Army expressed its gratitude to all participants and stakeholders for their enthusiastic participation and support in making the lecture a resounding success. The event exemplified the army’s commitment to engaging with and empowering the youth, as well as its dedication to building a stronger, more resilient nation through inspired leadership and service.

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