Indian Army is divided in various Areas./Commands. These are Northern Command, Southern Command, Western Command, Eastern Command, Central Command, South-Western Command, Training Command and Integrated Command (Army, Navy & Air Force). Each Command is headed by very senior Lieutenant General known as GoC in C or Area Commander. Under each Command (except the last two), there are three to five Corps (pronunciation: core) headed by Lieutenant Generals who report to respective Area Commander. Furthermore, various other subsidiary branches of Army like Medical Corps, Signal Corps, Ordnance Corps, Engineering Corps, etc. are also headed by Lieutenant Generals, but they report directly to the Vice Chief of Army Staff and the Chief of Army Staff (General) in Army HQ, New Delhi.
However, there is no reason why Corps is pronounced as ''çore''. Most probably it is like pronunciation of the word ''Honour'', which is actually pronounced as ''onur''.
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