Kannur | For first time in the history of Indian Naval Academy (INA), four foreign cadets passed out on completion of six months rigorous training in Naval Orientation Course (NAC) here today.
Mauritius, one of the friendly foreign neighbour of India saw four cadets from hei coast guard passing the training from the Asia largest Naval Academy today. They are MSZ Gurreeblun, M I Mohit, B Bhoy Rub and Jolicoeur, all aged 25 years.
One of the officer cadet Gurreeblun (25) told UNI that they secured good experience and world class training from Indian Naval Academy(INA), Ezhimala in Kannur for the last six months . The co- cadets of INA are well behaved to them and cooperate in all ways during the training period especially in Seamenship, Navigation, Watermanship and others like physique and sports.
He said they would leave to Mumbai in this evening and took a direct flight from Mumbai to Mauritius on June 1. Cadet Mohit said they would return to Kochi in Kerala after one month for two years additional training . All of them enrolled in Coast Guard of Mauritius in 2010, five years back and joined in INA for spring term training on January 15 when the doors being opened for the freindly foreign countries of the Indian Ocean Region.
Two more cadets from Sri Lanka , another friendly neighbour, who joined Indian Naval Academy Course (INAC) B Tech training on January 2015, are studying,at INA, sources said.
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