During the World War I from 1914 to 1919, the British Indian Army fought in various theaters of war like North Africa, Italy, Europe in the Western Theatre and Burma, Malay, Japan in the Eastern theatre and contributed its might in the defeat of Germany and Turkey. Most of the Indian soldiers were of rural background and were deployed on war time duties far away from homeland. The long absence of the soldiers from their homes and inadequate communication system of those days created a restive situation amongst soldiers and a need was therefore felt to keep morale of the troops high, was felt by the then British Government. The Indian Soldiers Board (ISB) was formed at the end of World War I in 1919 to look after primarily welfare of the families of the serving soldiers. Later on with the expansion of the Royal Indian Navy and Royal Indian Air Force, the Indian Soldiers Board additional responsibility of looking after the welfare of families..... Read more
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Special Funds for Re-Construction and Rehabilation of Ex-ServiceMen and their Family for their Resettlement.
Welfare Schemes introduced by the Goveremnet of Andhra Pradesh as a token of Respect for the Services of ESM.
Government of AP issues the Required Certificate for the ESM and their Family as per the Request to avail the Special Benefits
The Grievance Section examines the complaints/petitions received from Ex-servicemen and their family members.