40 diaspora youth visit IMA under MEA initiative

  • | Wednesday | 21st February, 2024

A group of 40 youngsters of Indian origin belonging to nine countries visited the Indian Military Academy (IMA) here on Tuesday. The tour was the part of the initiative Know India Programme (KIP) of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) to strengthen the connect between the Indian diaspora and their country. The visiting youth were ecstatic getting the unique opportunity to engage with the trainees and officers of the prestigious military academy.  They appeared very interested while visiting iconic landmarks within the academy campus, including the IMA museum, the war memorial and Chetwode building. The MEA initiative aims to inspire a new generation of global ambassadors for India by providing them a glimpse into the esteemed traditions of the Indian Military Academy.  

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