Officers Training Academy, Chennai

Chennai, India

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  • Officers Training Academy, Chennai

    Established: 1963 Chennai

    The Officers Training Academy, Chennai (OTA) a training establishment of the Indian Army that trains officers for the Short Service Commission. The 49 weeks course at the OTA prepares graduates for all branches of the ...

    Branch: Indian Army

    Motto: Serve with Honour

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