The Indian Naval Academy (INA) of Ezhimala organized on November 10 the 'Ball INA', symbol of the social aspect of the naval life.
The event of this year's fall session was declared open by Vice Admiral R. B. Pandit, commander of the INA, by rolling the traditional silver ball. The event is held quarterly and aims to train the cadets to be converted into gentlemen / ladies officers, according to a press release from INA. It was also a fun evening offering a healthy mix of labels and military traditions, he added.
The INA group plays
Station officers with their spouses and the deceased cadets and cadets, accompanied by their guests, attended the ceremony. The popular INA band 'Flashpoint' entertained the audience with their talent for jazz / rock music.
The evening ended with a session of Disk Jockey Jaleo, intended for audience members during a dance.
This year, the INA Ball brought together naval officers, aspirants, civilian dignitaries and guests in uniform.
The aspirants and cadets who were judged the best couples of dancers and dancers during the event were rewarded.
Vice Admiral Pandit, in his interaction with the deceased cadets, advised them to preserve INA's memories and to be able to take advantage of social opportunities in a manner befitting the Indian Navy officers.