Posted on | 03-May-2017

Defence Researched Institute in India

Theme: Enhancing Joint Capability Through Cyber, Space And Special Operation Commands In India’s Defence Needs

1. Joint Commands under a Chief of Defence Staff: Better Late Than Never
Lt Gen Balraj Nagal, PVSM, AVSM, SM (Retd)

2. The Politics of Military Transformation and The Three C’s 
Brig Rahul Bhonsle, SM (Retd)

3. Defence Reforms: CDS and Theatre Commands are an Operational Necessity 
Brig Gurmeet Kanwal (Retd)

4. Special Operation Command: Conceptual Framework Architecture and Force Structure
Brig Deepak Sinha (Retd)

5. Organization Philosophy for the Cyber, Space and Special Operation Commands 
Lt Gen GS Kotoch, PVSM, AVSM, VSM (Retd)

6. Defending Space and Cyberspace
Rear Admiral Vijai S. Chaudhari , NM  (Retd)

7. A Comprehensive National Cyber Force Structure for India 
Brig (Dr) Rajeev Bhutani  (Retd)

8. Joint Capability – In India it is a Mare Thought Process 
Air Marshal Dhiraj Kukreja, PVSM, AVSM, VSM  (Retd)

9. Proposed Role Organizational Structure of Cyber Command and Cyber Operations Units  
Brig Navjot Singh 

10. Preparing Our Armed Forces for the Fifth Generations of War 
Group Captain Sanjay Dhankhar, VSM

11. Raising a Cyber Command for Indian Armed Forces: Requisites and Organisational Considerations 
Munish Sharma 

12. Strengthening India’s Regional Footprint The Need for a Clear Vision For Special Operations 
Cmde Lalit Kapoor  (Retd)

13. Joint Operations Capability: Need for a Special Operation Command 
Maj Gen Dhruv C Katoch, SM, VSM (Retd)

14. Special Operations Command – A Strategic Imperative
Lt Gen Vinod Bhatia, PVSM, AVSM, SM  (Retd)