Passing out Parade of 106 BEC at INS Shivaji
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A glittering parade marked the passing out of 25 officers of the 106 Basic Engineering Course (BEC), including 15 Sri Lankan Navy Officers, from INS Shivaji, Lonavla, on Saturday. Vice Admiral SPS Cheema, Commander-in-Chief, Strategic Forces Command inspected the guard of honour and reviewed the parade. The parade marked the culmination of the B Tech Curriculum at the Naval College of Engineering.
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