Arvind Kadyan

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  • Arvind Kadyan was on Deputation to Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile

    Management of Medical Stores in Indian Armed Forces

    Due to the large base and geographical spread of users, AFMSDs face difficulties in supplying the required stores to indenters. As a result, clientele satisfaction is affected. The pharmaceutical industry in India has developed over a period of time and there are reputed firms which have wide and reliable network to supply medical stores. Thus, hospitals/units located in peace stations can obtain their stores requirement directly from RC holder or the local market. The smaller units could be attached to the nearest hospitals functioning as DDOs.

    April 2010

    India’s Defence Budget (2010-2011): Wake up call for Defence Managers

    Given that allocations for revenue expenditure are likely to become lesser in coming years, defence managers need to initiate immediate measures to control the rising revenue expenditure.

    March 03, 2010

    Management of Medical Stores in Indian Armed Forces

    Fellows' Seminar
    December 18, 2009
    1030 to 1300 hrs

    Need for a Resource Generation and Management Cell in Defence

    The orientation of the existing administrative set up in Service Headquarters and in departments under the Ministry of Defence is to plan for the utilization of defence budget allocation. They are not in a position to pay attention to the aspect of defence receipts.

    November 05, 2009

    Rationale for Performance Oriented Defence Budgeting

    Fellows' Seminar
    March 20, 2009
    1030 to 1300 hrs

    Budget Utilisation and Accountability

    Every year as India approaches the Budget session of Parliament, there are debates in various forums about the adequacy of Budget allocation to meet the modernization plan of the Services considering the threat perceptions/scenario. Due to the economic slowdown world-wide which is likely to affect the revenue collection of the national exchequer this year, the Government may face difficulty in meeting the increased demand from the Defence Forces. Further, we should not forget that electoral compulsions are also likely to play an important role in the coming budget.

    January 21, 2009