YUDDH SEVA MEDAL
Instituted on 26 Jun 1980 to recognise distinguished service of a high order during war/conflict/hostilities.
Design of the Medal and Ribbon
Medal: Circular in shape, 35 mm in diameter and fitted to a plain horizontal bar with standard fittings. The medal is made of gold gilt. The medal shall have on its obverse the State Emblem and the inscriptions "YUDH SEVA MEDAL" (in English). On its reverse, it shall have a five-pointed star.
Ribbon: Gold colour with three red vertical stripes dividing it into four equal parts.
Bar: If a recipient of the medal is subsequently awarded the medal again, every such further award shall be recognised by a Bar to be attached to the riband by which the medal is suspended. For every such Bar, a miniature insignia of a pattern approved by the Government shall be added to the riband when worn alone.
Personnel Eligible: The following categories of personnel shall be eligible for the award of the Medal:-
(a) All ranks of the Army, the Navy and the Air Force including Territorial Army Units, Auxiliary and Reserve Forces (when embodied) and other lawfully constituted Armed Forces.
(b) Nursing officers and other members of the Nursing Services in the Armed Forces.
Conditions of Eligibility. The award is given for distinguished service of a high order during war/conflict/hostilities. The medal may be awarded posthumously.
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