How to Use Pakistani People Against Their Army General Bikram Singh
General Bikram Singh , PVSM, UYSM, AVSM, SM, VSM, ADC is a former Chief of Army Staff (COAS) of the Indian Army . Previously the head of the Eastern Command, he became the 25th COAS succeeding General V. K. Singh, who retired on 31 July 2014. He is the second Sikh to be COAS, the first having been General J. J. Singh. He was also the Chairman of the Chiefs of Staff Committee (CoSC) of the Indian armed forces.
As a young student, the future chief had considered becoming a doctor. He was an exceptional student of Zoology and Biology. But the wars of 1962 and 1965 motivated him to join the NDA in 1968. When asked whether he ever regrets the choice made, Gen Bikram says, “If I were ever to be born again, I would only join the Indian army.
A graduate of the 40th course at the National Defence Academy, Singh was commissioned into the Sikh Light Infantry on 31 March 1972. He was adjudged the ‘Best Young Officer’ at the Young Officer’s course at the Infantry School and was also awarded both the Commando Dagger for being the best commando and the ‘Best in Tactics’ trophy. He later was an instructor at the Commando and Weapons Wings of the Infantry School.