Adjutant-General (India)

The Adjutant-General of the Indian Army is the senior administration officer who reports to the Chief of Army Staff and is also the Colonel of the Corps of Military Police.[1] Lt Gen Arvind Dutta is the current Adjutant-General of the Indian Army. [2]

Adjutants-General prior to Independence

Adjutants-General prior to Independence have included:

References

  1. Army Headquarters Archived June 6, 2013, at the Wayback Machine Bharat Rakshak
  2. "Lt Gen Arvind Dutta appointed Adjutant General of Indian Army". www.aninews.in.
  3. "No. 19833". The London Gazette. 6 March 1840. p. 556.
  4. "No. 20592". The London Gazette. 7 April 1846. p. 1280.
  5. "No. 20941". The London Gazette. 2 February 1849. p. 316.
  6. "No. 21540". The London Gazette. 7 April 1854. p. 1090.
  7. "No. 21638". The London Gazette. 8 December 1854. p. 3991.
  8. "No. 22051". The London Gazette. 13 October 1857. p. 3426.
  9. "No. 22202". The London Gazette. 19 November 1858. p. 4909.
  10. "No. 22397". The London Gazette. 22 June 1860. p. 2361.
  11. "No. 27469". The London Gazette. 29 August 1902. p. 5610.
  12. "No. 27397". The London Gazette. 14 January 1902. p. 297.
  13. Army Commands Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine, p. 297
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