Boy from Assam claims ‘Sword of Honour’ with Gold Medal at IMA

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Avinash Chhetri

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A boy from Assam named Avinash Chhetri brought laurels to our state as he claimed the “Sword of Honour” along with a gold medal for being the best cadet in Passing out Parade at Indian Military Academy, Dehradun.

Chhetri is also the 1st ever Assamese to win the President’s Gold Medal and Best Cadet Award in NDA back in 2016 after which he joined the IMA.

After completing his primary education in Tezpur he got selected in the prestigious Rastriya Indian Military College (RIMC), Dehradun where also he proved his mettle.

Avinash hails from Sadiya in Tinsukia district. He was presented the “Sword of Honour” and the Gold Medal by Chief of the Army Staff General Bipin Rawat on saturday.

Avinash’s father Purna Bahadur Chhetri works as an assistant director at the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD) which is under the Union Home Ministry in New Delhi.

Both his mother Anjana Chhetri and father were present at the Paasing out ceremony to witness their son’s achievements in the IMA.

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