Lieutenant-General JS Nain, Param Vishisht Seva Medal, Ati Vishisht Seva Medal, Sena Medal, is a highly decorated, experienced and accomplished General Officer. A graduate of the Sainik School in Kunjpura, the National Defence Academy in Khadkwasla and the Indian Military Academy in Dehradun, the General Officer was admitted to the DOGRA Regiment (2 DOGRA) on 18 June 1983. He is a graduate of the Defence Services Staff College in Wellington, the College of Defence Management in Secunderabad and the National Defence College in Dhaka, Bangladesh. During his illustrious 37-year career, the General Officer has served in a wide range of conflicts and field profiles. He has held numerous command, staff and training positions and has extensive experience in counterinsurgency operations in J&K and the Northeast. He commanded his battalion on the Line of Control in the high mountain region of the Gurez Valley in Jammu and Kashmir and in a strike corps in South Comd, a mountain brigade in the northeast, and then the prestigious Dagger Division based in Baramulla, which was responsible for the domination of the Line of Control in northern Kashmir. Along the Western Front, he commanded the strategically important Rising Star Corps, which has operational responsibility for developed and obstacle-covered terrain. The general officer was an instructor at the Mhow Infantry School, a brigadier-major of an independent mechanized brigade, GSO-1 (operations) of the Counterinsurgency Force (Delta) and an administrative brigadier of a commando. The General Officer has a wealth of experience within the Military Secretary`s Department at various levels and has played a crucial role in formulating a set of guidelines for the effective career management of Indian Army officers. He also had the privilege of serving as Chief of Staff of two operationally active commandos.
His mandate abroad includes serving as a military observer for the United Nations Mission. Academically inclined, the General Officer has conducted extensive research on defence, security and geostrategy. He holds a Master`s degree in Defence Studies and Management Studies from madras University and Osmania University. The General Officer is an avid athlete and has a special interest in fitness, reading, trekking and exploring nature. The general officer is also the colonel of the DOGRA regiment. His wife, Mrs. Anita Nain, is a respected educator with over 20 years of experience in teaching and caring for children. The lady is multifaceted and has effectively contributed to improving the quality of life of families in the army. The couple is fortunate to have two sons.
The General Officer is married to Ms. Sunaina Singh Mahal, former (international) flight attendant and aviation hospital instructor. This article does not contain any quotations or references. Please improve this article by adding a reference. For more information about adding references, see Template:Citation. A general officer who heads a particularly important or important command, such as the Middle East Command or the allied armies in Italy, may be called a general officer commander-in-chief (GOC-in-C). The governor of the colony of the Imperial Fortress of Bermuda was also appointed commander-in-chief of the disproportionate garrison of Bermuda. Beginning in 1912, when Lieutenant-General Sir George Mackworth Bullock replaced the late Lieutenant-General Sir Frederick Walter Kitchener, the military office was designated as the General Officer-in-Chief Commander-in-Chief of Bermuda until the Second World War.  Chinese governments in Member States generally rank higher than Chinese governments, with Chinese governments reporting to body-level training. The officer has hired significant regimental, staff and teaching assignments at Army Headquarters and Field Formations during his illustrious 36-year career, including the Brigade Major of an Armoured Brigade, GSO-2 and GSO-1 in the Directorate of Military Operations, AMS in the Branch of the Military Secretary, the Colonel of the General Staff (Operation) of a strike corps and the Quartermaster General Colonel of a Mountain Division. The general had the unique opportunity to contribute to his alma mater (infantry) after praising the appointments of DDG, ADG & DG in the Infantry Directorate. As head of the Infantry Brotherhood, he managed and accelerated the acquisition of weapons for all three services, resulting in a significant and visible improvement in the capabilities of our armed forces.