XV Corps (India)
|Part of||Army Northern Command|
|Lt General Anil Kumar Bhatt|
|General Bikram Singh
Lt Gen Syed Ata Hasnain
Gen Sundararajan Padmanabhan
XV Corps was first established in 1942, as part of the British Indian Army, during World War II. XV Corps (British India) was first formed from Headquarters Assam and Bengal Presidency District HQ on 30 March 1942, to defend Bengal, under the command of Eastern Army. It was disbanded in 1945.
It currently consists of:
- 19th Infantry Division headquartered at Baramulla,
- 28th Infantry Division headquartered at Gurez
- Artillery brigade
List of Commanders
|Name||Rank||Appointment Date||Left Office||Unit of Commission||References|
|Krishan Pal||Lieutenant General||1999||January 2000||Assam Regiment|||
|Vinayak Gopal Patankar||18 April 2002||17 July 2003||Regiment of Artillery|||
|Nirbhay Sharma||18 July 2003||14 June 2005||Parachute Regiment|||
|S S Dhillon||15 June 2005||22 October 2006||The Grenadiers|||
|Amarjeet Singh Sekhon||23 October 2006||23 November 2007||Sikh Light Infantry|||
|Mukesh Sabharwal||24 November 2007||2008||Rajput Regiment|||
|Bikram Singh||General||2008||31 October 2009||Sikh Light Infantry|
|N C Marwah||Lieutenant General||30 November 2009||3 December 2010||Kumaon Regiment|||
|Syed Ata Hasnain||4 December 2010||8 June 2012||4 Garhwal Rifles|||
|Om Prakash||9 June 2012||9 June 2013||11 Kumaon Regiment|||
|Gurmit Singh||10 June 2013||25 June 2014|||
|Subrata Saha||26 June 2014||25 November 2015||Assam Regiment|||
|Satish Dua||26 November 2015||31 October 2016||8 Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry|||
|Jaswinder Singh Sandhu||1 November 2016||14 December 2017||5 Gorkha Rifles|||
|Anil Kumar Bhatt||15 December 2017||Incumbent||Gorkha Rifles|||
- Richard A. Renaldi and Ravi Rikhe, 'Indian Army Order of Battle,' Orbat.com for Tiger Lily Books: A division of General Data LLC, ISBN 978-0-9820541-7-8, 2011.
|Indian Army Corps (1947 - Present)|
|XIV Corps||XVI Corps|
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