Major Gen Yash Mor is a third-generation Army officer. He was born and brought up in village Bass in Hisar district of rural Haryana. He has done his Schooling at Rashtriya Military School, Bangalore. During his school life, he used to be an active member of the debating, dramatics, and sports teams.
He passed out from the prestigious Indian Military Academy, Dehradun in Jun 1985
and was commissioned in one of the oldest Infantry Battalions of the Indian Army.
He represented the country in the United Nations as a Peace Keeper in Mozambique in 1993 to 1994. He is a graduate of Defence Services Staff College, Wellington, and also Command and General Staff College, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He has an MSc in Defence & Strategic Studies from Madras University and Masters in Defence Studies from National University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. In addition, the officer has an M Phil and Ph.D. from Osmania University, Hyderabad.
He was awarded the SENA MEDAL and Army Chief COMMENDATION CARD
for gallantry during Counter-Terrorist operations in South Kashmir.
The officer was specially chosen to be the first General Officer Commanding (GOC) of an important Administrative Headquarters in Ladakh. Before superannuating on September 20, he was Chief of Staff of a Corps in the Desert Sector.
Apart from his military achievements, he is also working for the Himalayas. He is the CEO of Save the Himalayas Foundation an NGO dedicated to preserving the fragile ecology of the Himalayan region.
On the occasion of Army Day, Safalta Talks welcomes Major General Yash Mor to deliver an insightful session for the students.
Safalta believes everyone has the potential to reach new heights, but we all need a little nudge.
At Safalta Talks, we understand the importance of motivation and inspiration that can help anybody to achieve their dreams and reach what they aspire to be. To keep our students motivated and to help you take guidance from people who have made a mark in their lives, we organize Safalta Talks wherein we invite professionals, achievers, and people of exemplary performance in different walks of life. Safalta Talks is intended to recognize the achievements of these men and to have interactive sessions with our guests so that our students can relate to their stories and learn the way to be motivated always until you crack it.