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Optimising Stress in Sub-Conventional Warfare

 
K C Dixit (Author) IDSA occasional paper
Synopsis On an average we have been having about 100 suicide cases a year in the past four to five years, so this year has been the same. Mainly it is in insurgency-hit areas, but suicides are also happening in areas where there is no insurgency. Development in such environments has resurlted in a number of stress related incidents and cases of suicides and fratricides, which is definitely a cause of serious concern. While measures initiated to arrest such trend have yielded some positive resutls, a hilistic approach to arrest this trend is definitely required. In general, causative issues of counter insurgency stress are occupational factors like increased workload, lack of adeqate sleep and rest and non grant of timely leave which were highlighted before pressure from family front coupled with host of personal factors in order of priority. As per report in the media, the officers considered personal causes as prominent precursors of suicide and fratricide, while personnel below officer rank considered occupational and familial factors as more important than personal ones.
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About the author

K C Dixit

A Research Fellow at IDSA, Col. K.C. Dixit is an alumni of National Defence Academy. He was commissioned into the Army in 1983. He has commanded a Corps Operating Signal Regiment in Counter Insurgency Operations (OPRHINO) in the Eastern Theatre. He is an experienced communication Planner and executor and was awarded the COAS Commendation Card for displaying exceptional devotion to duty and tact in handling men and resources and dealing with local population and civil administration in CI environment.

He has planned and handled mobilization and subsequent administration of a division size force on western borders during OP PARAKRAM. He was Director ISTT at Integrated HQ of MOD (Army) before joining IDSA, and was responsoble for training and HRD of more than 90,000 personnel of Corps of Signals.

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Title Optimising Stress in Sub-Conventional Warfare
Author K C Dixit
Format Softcover
Date published: 10.08.2011
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8186019855
length 40p., 23cm.