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Military College of Electronic and Mechanical Engineering (MCEME) celebrated its Diamond Jubilee at EME Parade Ground Tirumalagiri Secunderabad on...
Military College of Electronic and Mechanical Engineering (MCEME) celebrated its Diamond Jubilee at EME Parade Ground Tirumalagiri Secunderabad on Sunday. Speaking on the occasion, Lt.Gen N B Singh, Director General EME said that MCEME has been a 'Cradle of Excellence' since its inception at Kirkee in1946 as EME School. It was then the sole institute of Army providing technical and equipment training. In 1948 the IEME School was upgraded to a category 'A' training establishment. The institute was re-designated as EME School and moved to its present location at Secunderabad in 1953. In 1967 we were re designated as the Military College of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering.
Lt.Gen SM Mehta, said that the Corps of Electronics and Mechanical Engineers has a pivotal role to play in ensuring that the weapon and support systems are always maintained in operationally fit condition at all times. It is a matter of great pride that these EME officers and men who keep the Army machinery fit for war are trained here at the Military College of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering. The celebrations kicked off with the health run which was flagged off by Saina Mirza, Tollywood actor Ram Charan Teja and his spouse Upasana
Speaking to the media after health run, Charan appealed the younger generation to join the army which is not only a pride and but also an opportunity serve the country in the larger interests. The health run was followed by a carnival. School students witnessed spectacular performances by teams of Army and Air Force. The teams demonstrated Dare Devil stunts, Para Jumping, Para Motor Display, hot air ballooning, dog show and kids programme