Here we are with the Biography of CDS Bipin Rawat, who is unfortunately not with us anymore. General Bipin Rawat was India’s first CDS. The IAF Mi17V5 helicopter crashed today in Coonoor, Tamil Nadu, with General Bipin of CDS Rawat, family members, and staff on board. He was pronounced dead by the IAF, along with his wife Madhulika Rawat and 11 other members. In this sad and unhappy moment, take a look at his life.
CDS Bipin Rawat Biography
General Bipin Rawat was a general quartet of the Indian army that was appointed the first CD of India on December 30, 2021. He took office on January 1, 2020.
|About CDS Bipin Rawat|
|Birth||16 March 1958 (Pauri, Uttarakhand)|
|Death||8 December 2021 (Coonoor, Tamil Nadu)|
|Education||National Defence Academy (B.Sc.) I.M.A. Defence
Services Staff College (MPhil)
U.S. Army Command & General Staff College (ILE)
Chaudhary Charan Singh University (PhD)
|Father||Lt. General Laxman Singh Rawat|
|Years of Service||16 December 1978 – 8 November 2021|
|Awards||Param Vishisht Seva Medal Uttam Yudh Seva Medal
Ati Vishisht Seva Medal
Yudh Seva Medal
Vishisht Seva Medal
Birth, Family, and Kids
chief of Defense General Bipin Rawat was born in Uttarakhand. His Father, Laxman Singh Rawat, served the Indian Army and served on the degree of lieutenant general. His mother was the daughter of an ex-MLA from Uttrakhand’s Uttarkashi.
General Bipin Rawat and his wife Madhulika Rawat survived two girls named Kritika Rawat and again.
He received his formal education at Cambrian Hall School in Dehradun and St. Edward’s School in Shimla and later joined the National Defense Academy, Khadakwasla, and the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun, where he was honored with the Sword Honorary.
He also graduated from Defense Services Staff College (DSSC), Wellington, and the Senior Command Course of the United States Army Staff and Command College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
It also wore an M.Phil. Degree in Defense Science and Diploma in Administration and Computer Science from Madras University.
He was honored with a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut, for his research in strategic studies of military resources.
On December 16, 1978, CDS Bipin Rawat was assigned to the 5th Battalion of the 11 Gorkha Rifles, the same unit as his father Laxman Singh Rawat.
He has spent 10 years in counterinsurgency operations and has served in various majors to current CDSs.
While in the post of major, CDS Bipin Rawat commanded a company in Uri, Jammu, and Kashmir. He commanded his battalion along the LAC at Kibithu as a colonel.
After being promoted to the rank of brigadier, he commanded Sector 5 of the Rashtriya Rifles in Sopore and the multinational brigade during a Chapter VII mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO).
Where he was twice awarded the mention commendation of the force commander.
Bipin Rawat assumed the role of commanding general of the 19th Infantry Division in Uri when he was promoted to the rank of major general.
As a lieutenant general, he commands the III corps, based in Dimapur before taking command of the southern army in Pune.
After being promoted to the rank of Army Commander, he assumed the post of Commander General (GOCinC) of Southern Command. Soon after, he was promoted to the post of Deputy Chief of Staff of the Army.
Was appointed 27th Chief of Staff of the Army by the Government of India on December 17, 2016, and took office on December 31, 2016.
He was also the 57th and final Chairman of the Heads of State Committee -Major of the Indian Army.
Appointed first CDS on December 30, 2019, and took office on January 1, 2020.
|Rank||Date of Appointment|
|Second Lieutenant||16 December 1978|
|Lieutenant||16 December 1980|
|Captain||31 July 1984|
|Major||16 December 1989|
|Lieutenant Colonel||1 June 1998|
|Colonel||1 August 2003|
|Brigadier||1 October 2007|
|Major General||20 October 2011|
|Lieutenant General||1 June 2014|
|General (COAS)||1 January 2017|
|General (CDS)||30 December 2019|
Reducing militancy in the northeast
He was instrumental in reducing militancy in the northeast, with one of the highlights of his career in the 2015 cross-border operation in Myanmar.
In which the Indian military responded successfully to an ambush by NSCNK militants. The mission was carried out by the operational command of III Corps Dimapur under the supervision of Rawat.
Role in surgical attacks
This was also part of the planning for the 2016 surgical attack, in which the Indian military crossed the line of control into Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
Rawat is said to have been monitoring developments from the southern block of New Delhi.
CDS Bipin Rawat Awards and Honours
The Bipin Rawat Biography would be incomplete without the mention of these honors.
During his career that has gone through more than 40 years, CdS General Bipin Rawat has received many medals and honors for distinguished service.
1- Param Vishisht Seva Medal
2- Uttam Yudh Seva Medal
3- Ati Vishisht Seva Medal
4- Yudh Seva Medal
5- Sena Medal
6- Vishisht Seva Medal
7- Wound Medal
8- Samanya Seva Medal
9- Special Service Medal
10- Operation Parakram Medal
11- Sainya Seva Medal
12- High Altitude Service Medal
13- Videsh Seva Medal
14- 50th Anniversary of Independence Medal
15- 30 Years Long Service Medal
16- 20 Years Long Service Medal
17- 9 Years Long Service Medal
Other Achievements of Rawat as Army Commander
Rawat also played a key role in the formation of the army. He was instrumental in restructuring the military to reduce administrative interference, reduce duplicity, and increase combat potential.
He also ensured that the man behind the car remained important, arming new assault rifles bought in the United States. He also played a vital role in the modernization of the army.
However, his tenure was also marked by controversy. Under his tenure, the military accepted the government’s decision to impose the disability pension, angering disabled veterans by the military fraternity.
CDS Bipin Rawat Death
The Chief of Defense of the Indian Armed Forces has been declared dead by the Indian Air Force today. He was aboard the IAF Mi 175 V5 helicopter which crashed near Coonoor, Tamil Nadu.
At this unpleasant moment, this was a glimpse of the CDS Bipin Rawat Biography.
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