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Group Captain Jagdish Chandra Sengupta

Service No & Branch 3657 F(P)
Date of Birth: -- --- -- Commissioned: 03 Sep 1949 Course: 50 Course
Service End: Retired on 31 Aug 1976
Remarks :
Promotions Gazetted
Flt Lt : 03 Sep 1954Wg Cdr : 01 Apr 1967Gp Capt : 01 Apr 1972
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Notes:1)Branch is at retirement and may not match with branch at Commission 2)Notional seniority is reflected in dates of substantive rank.

Appointments, Postings & Other Service Particulars

DatesRankUnitLocationAppointmentPhoto
- 10 Aug 1958Flt LtAir Head QuartersDelhi 
11 Aug 1958 - Flt LtJet Bomber Conversion UnitAgra 
01 Jan 1959 - 01 May 1959Sqn LdrNo.106 SR UnitAgra Commanding Officer
- Wg CdrDefence Services Staff CollegeWellington Directing Staff
14 Feb 1969 - 11 Jul 1970Wg Cdr5 Base Repair DepotSulur Commanding Officer
- 01 Dec 1971Gp Capt1 Tactical Air CenterJallandhar Commanding Officer
05 Sep 1972 - 19 May 1974Gp Capt18 WingPathankot Station Commander
 
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Awards and Decorations


Number of Awards: 1
 
Vishist Seva Medal
Gp CaptJagdish Chandra Sengupta3657 F(P)Award Date 26 Jan 1971Announced 26 Jan 1971
Details :

Group Captain Jagdish Chandra Sengupta (3657) General Duties (Pilot) was com missioned in the Indian Air Force was commissioned in the Indian Air Force in September, 1949. After completing a tour in operational units, he qualified as a flying instructor and carried out instructional duties with distinction for a number of years. Thereafter, he held several important flying appointments, including that of a Squadron Commander. Till recently he was in command of an important repair depot.

As Officer Commanding the depot, Wing Commander Sengupta fostered a feeling of spirit-de-corps amongst his men. Through able leadership and sustained hard work, he was able to double the annual production rate. He was also quick to realize that to sustain a substantial increase in production, it will be necessary to plan production on scientific basis. He, therefore, laid down guide-lines for controlled production and planning and introduced modern methods of programme evaluation. This achievement is all the more commendable because Wing Commander Sengupta had no previous experience in the management of large technical organization, such as the depot.

Unit : 2 BRD
Reference : GoI19710126

Accidents and Incidents: 1

DateAircraft TypeTail NoPilot/CrewUnitRemarks
10 Apr 1959Canberra PR 57IP-988Sqn Ldr Jagdish Chandra Sengupta
Flt Lt Satendra Nath Rampal
106 SqnStrayed into Pak SD
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