Permanent Commission, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Indian Army, Delhi May 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
28th 10+2 Technical Entry Scheme (TES) Course Commencing from January 2013
Applications are invited from unmarried male who have passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects and fulfill the eligibility conditions for the grant of Permanent Commission (PSC) in the Indian Army.
Posts : 85 posts
Qualification : 10+2 (PCM) with 70% marks.
Age : 16 and half to 19 and half years i.e. born between 01 July 1993 and and 01 July 1996 (both days inclusive)
Physical Standard: min. height 152 cm and weight 42 kg., better eye 6/6 and worst eye 6/18
Type of Commission : On successful completion of 4 years of the course cadets will be granted Permanent Commission in the Army in the rank of Lt. in Arms/Services as
per discretion of Army Hq.
Pay Scale : Candidates will be entitled to pay sclae of Rs.15600-39100 plus Grade Pay Rs.5400 plus MSP Rs.6000 and other allowances.
Method of Selection: Only selected (shortlisted) candidates will be called for Service Selection Board (SSB) interview at Allahabad, Bhopal and Bangalore for fives selectionandhra pradesh government jobs
process in Aug/Sep. In which candidates will be put through Psychological test, Group Test and Interview.
How to Apply: Apply Online at Indian Army . Take a print out of the system generated to “Additional Directorate General of Recruiting (Rtg-6), TES Section, West Block-III, R.K.Puram, New Delhi-110066″
1. The seventh edition of Exercise Yudh Abhyas was held from 05-15 March in two locations in South Western Command. Commencing at the platoon level, the exercise has now graduated to a command post (CPX) and field training exercise (FTX).
2. Red Horns division conducted the first joint Exercise with Indonesian Army ‘Garuda Shakti’, at Counter Insurgency and Jungle Warfare School (CIJWS), Vairengte, from 20 Feb to 04 Mar.
3. An ‘Arms Laying down Ceremony’ by nine militant groups was held at Sarusajai Indoor Stadium, Guwahati recently. Seven militant groups laid down their arms, to be later joined by two adivasi groups, ACMA (Adivasi Cobra Militant Army) and BCF (Birsa Commando Force).
4. Severe weather conditions prevailing in Jammu & Kashmir took a serious turn on 22 Feb, when a series of avalanches hit the area of Sonamarg. On 23 Feb, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir approached the Army for assistance to rescue two individuals who had come under an avalanche. Two specialised foot patrols were launched.
Tentative Last Date : 10-07-2012
About the organization:
Grit and experience affect the growth of an institution. Fighting four major wars, insurgency and other low intensity wars has indeed made the Indian Army an eminently and efficient battle trained, war machine.Changing times bring changing needs. Battle training must tell also on the structuring of the army, for it is this function that extracts the most from the assets available, both men and material. A look at the command and structuring of the Indian Army shows how finely these have been tuned to meet India’s threat perceptions, based on the experience of the major wars that it has fought and the present-day geo-political context.The largest standing volunteer Army in the world has never had to scour the populace for draft or conscription. There are always more men eager to don olive green than the demand at any one time. But this does not reflect a situation where a large unemployed workforce would get into uniform to keep body and soul together. More to the point is the basic attitude of our people to the call of arms, discovered also by the British, some three centuries before. There are very many who join up for long service tenures under the colours, by inclination and choice – also familial habit and honour. If a young man or woman, sound of body and mind, and of Indian origin, is inclined to spend most of his useful working years in the kind of desolation that the country’s Field areas’ adjoining the borders provide, can he or she cannot be refused.For the purpose of recruitment, the country is divided into recruiting zones. Every zone is allotted a quota for recruitment based on a percentage of its population and ethnic grouping. A legacy, slowly being diluted, is that of combat arm units or regiments recruiting from a particular zone or mixture of ethnic groups.Once a man has joined up, it is for keeps. Many fall out at the basic training stage when they find that there is much more to it than getting into a smart uniform.
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