INA to release documentary film to evoke nationalism in youngsters

The INA tying up with the National Geographic channel will release the hour long documentary film on the occasion of Independence Day on 15th August.

Published: 11th August 2017 01:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th August 2017 01:14 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

New Delhi: In order to meet the shortage of cadets and evoke nationalism in the youngsters of the country, the Indian Naval Academy (INA) will launch an hour long documentary film based on the life of naval officers.

The INA tying up with the National Geographic channel will release the hour long documentary film on the occasion of Independence Day on 15th August.

“The one hour documentary titled ‘Inside INA’ is all about how the real heroes of our country are made. The film took two years to complete and we have seen that how the men and women of our Indian are trained molded into future naval heroes of the country” said, Swati Mohan Business Head, National Geographic India.

Indian Naval academy is the largest naval academy in Asia and many students from foreign countries also join the academy and take training.

“Our main purpose of this documentary film is to evoke nationalism and motivate the youth to join the Naval academy. The trailer of the video has already been viewed by four millions and will definitely attract the large number of youth and family” said Vice Admiral AK Chawla Chief of Personnel, Indian Navy 

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