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1 A smart, well turned out, soft spoken officer____________ exhibits an exemplary demeanour and conduct in any group or situation. He is mature, decisive and accomplishes desired results without supervision. The officer is persevering and shows exceptional resourcefulness in tackling unforeseen events effectively. Is absolutely honest and utterly loyal to the organisation. Has well developed and ripened mental faculties and provides whole hearted co-operation for his colleagues, superiors and subordinates. The officer is articulate, intelligent, well read, professionally sound, practical and possesses a clear comprehension of tactical concepts and administration.

2 An extremely methodical hardworking and competent officer who possesses loads of confidence and a well developed personality. His knowledge of all arms and services is commendable and general awareness is excellent. He has excellent knowledge of his command and possesses excellent management and communication skills. A socially well adjusted couple. I would love to have this officer with me in war.

3 ____________is an extremely intelligent officer with charming manner. He is forceful and pushing, conscientious and hardworking honest and upright, and works almost with a missionary zeal. He is technically inquisitive, administratively competent socially amicable and above all a thorough gentleman. He is very logical in his approach, and always suggests sound practical solutions to various problems. The officer has always displayed a keen sense of responsibility, unflinching, self motivated dynamism,

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