|Date of Birth:||24 May 1927|
|Date Commissioned||01 Nov 1951||Course|
|Service End||Retired on 31 May 1987|
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|05 Nov 1979 - 18 Apr 1981||Gp Capt||5 Air Force Hospital||Jorhat||Commanding Officer|
|01 Sep 1981 - 07 Oct 1984||Air Cmde||Air Force Central Medical Establishment||Delhi||Air Officer Commanding|
|01 Oct 1986 - 31 May 1987||Air Mshl||Air Head Quarters||Delhi||Director General Medical Services (Air)|
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|Ati Vishist Seva Medal|
|Air Cmde||Gyanendra Nath Kunzru||4167 MED||Award Date 26 Jan 1985||Announced 26 Jan 1985|
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Air Commodore Gyanendra Nath Kunzru (4167) Medical was commissioned on 01 November 1951 and has been serving with the Air Force ever since. After having served as Medical Officer in various Squadrons, he attended Advance Course in Pathology and qualified for the MD degree in Pathology. He was elected a Fellow of Aero Medical Society of India and is currently a Professor and Post Graduate Examiner of the Bangalore University.
In 1960, Air Cmde Kunzru was selected for deputation to the UK for Specialised Training in Aviation Accident Pathology. Subsequently, he was instrumental in setting up the Department of Accident Pathology at Institute of Aviation Medicine. With the setting up of this Department, it has been possible to investigate all air accidents, both civil and military on scientific basis. He has carried out several research projects which have a direct bearing on aircrew performance and flight safety.
During his tenure as Officer Commanding, Air Force Hospital, Johrat, Air Cmde Kunzru displayed exemplary qualities of leadership, planning and organization. He introduced many innovations and organized Patient Care, which acclaimed high praise from all the peripheral units dependent on the Hospital.
In 1981 Air Cmde Kunzru was specially selected to hold the coveted appointment of the President of Air Force Central Medical Establishment in New Delhi. In this appointment, he not only brought about medical changes, to enhance the functional efficiency, but also devised new system of maintenance and upĂ‚Âdating of medical documents at Central Medical Establishment. He has been instrumental in setting up the latest investigative facilities for evaluation of aircrew with borderline cardio vascular disability. He has formulated many research projects, which will of great help in evaluation of aircrew and has contributed significantly to the delineation of the protocol for evaluation of the cosmonaut.
Air Cmde Kunzru has been an all round sportsman. He has represented Air Force Teams in Cricket, Tennis, Squash and Golf. He has also served in the Services Team for National Championship in Cricket and Tennis.
Air Commodore Gyanendra Nath Kunzru has, thus, rendered distinguished service of an exceptional order.
|Unit : AFCME|
|Reference : GoI19850126|
|Param Vishist Seva Medal|
|Air Marshal||Gyanendra Nath Kunzru||4167 MED||Award Date 26 Jan 1987||Announced 26 Jan 1987|
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Air Marshal Gyanendra Nath Kunzru, joined service on 1 November 1951 and qualified as a Specialist in Pathology in 1957. He obtained MD in 1965.
In November, 1979 he was posted as Commanding Officer of a Air Force Hospital in the Eastern Sector. By his dynamism, and leadership qualities he improved the standard of medicare and overall state of hospital.
After taking over as addl DGAFMS, he set himself to the task of reorganisation of the Office of DGAFMS. The implementation of the recommendations made by him will bring long term improvement in functional efficiency of the office of the DGAFMS. He has been an allround sportsman representing State teams in National Championships in three different games viz. Cricket, Tennis and Table-Tennis.
|Reference : GoI19870126|