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Lieutenant General (Dr) J S Cheema, PVSM, AVSM, VSM superannuated from the Indian Army as Deputy Chief of the Army Staff in November 2017. He has vast operational and administrative experience, having served in critical command and staff assignments along the entire spectrum of conflict. Commissioned in June 1979, the General commanded 10 SIKH – his parent battalion, an Infantry Brigade along the Line of Control, a strategic reserve formation in Central India, and a pivot Corps in the Western Sector. An alumnus of the DSSC, CDM, and the NDC, he has done his Doctorate from Panjab University in Defence and National Security Studies on “Deterrence and Decision Making for War in the Indian Context: An Analytical Study.” While in service, he compiled two thoroughly researched documents, “15 Corps: Turbulence to Stabilization,” an analytical account of the ongoing Proxy War, and “Shyraunjali” - a Coffee Table Book on the 1965 India-Pakistan War. The General Officer is now the Vice-Chancellor of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh Punjab Sports University.

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