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Addressing stress-related issues in Army

K. C. Dixit

Addressing stress-related issues in Army

by K. C. Dixit

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Published by Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementK.C. Dixit
SeriesIDSA occasional paper -- no. 17
ContributionsInstitute for Defence Studies and Analyses
The Physical Object
Pagination51 p. ;
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24841104M
LC Control Number2011321671

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Addressing stress-related issues in Army by K. C. Dixit Download PDF EPUB FB2

Stress- related issues in a soldier's life are closely linked with welfare and need to be addressed most sincerely by all agencies concerned with the welfare of soldiers.

A Research Fellow at IDSA, Col. Dixit is an alumni of National Defence Academy. He was commissioned into the Army in He has commanded a Corps Operating. The stress-related issues in a soldier's life are closely linked with welfare and need to be addressed most sincerely by all agencies concerned with the welfare of soldiers.

Addressing Stress-Related Issues in Army | Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses. Military Trauma and Stress-Related Disorders Stress-related disorders in response to military service have been noted throughout history.

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Indian army soldiers are depressed and under stress just because of the policies of govt, they are suffering from both their family and organisational problems. No one is looking to a soldier, Who is in war without any war. He is doing more work then a daily wager and not getting time for thier personal development.

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17 Addressing Stress-Related Issues in Army A Research Fellow at IDSA, Col. K. C. Dixit is an alumni of National Defence Academy. He was commissioned into the Army in