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Defence NewsLt Gen Tarun Kumar Chawala is new Director General of Artillery

Lt Gen Tarun Kumar Chawala is new Director General of Artillery

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New Delhi: Lieutenant General Tarun Kumar Chawla (AVSM) will assume the appointment of the Director-General of Artillery on August 1. He takes over the appointment from Lt General K Ravi Prasad (PVSM, VSM) who superannuated on July 31, after completing 39 years of distinguished service in the Army.

Chawla is an alumnus of St Thomas High School, Dehradun, and National Defence Academy, Khadakwasla. He was commissioned into a Field Regiment of Artillery in June 1984 and has served across a wide spectrum of terrain profiles and tenanted a host of command, staff, and instructional appointments. He commanded an artillery regiment both in the Western and Eastern sectors. He has commanded an Artillery Brigade on the Line of Control and later an Artillery Division in the Western Theatre.


An alumnus of the Defence Services Staff College Wellington, College of Defence Management Secunderabad, and National Defence College New Delhi, he has held prestigious staff appointments at the Military Secretary branch, erstwhile Perspective (now Strategic) Planning directorate, Infantry Division in the Northern sector and finally at the Financial Planning branch, where he was the Director-General. He has been an instructor in the School of Artillery Deolali and College of Defence Management Secunderabad, apart from tenanting a staff appointment at the Defence Services Staff College Wellington.

The General officer served as a Military Observer at the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNOMIL). His civil qualifications include a dual Master's degree in Defence & Strategic Studies and Weapon Systems and a Master of Philosophy degree in Defence and Strategic Studies.

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