Junior Commission Officer (Religious Teacher), Jobs & Vacancy in Others at INDIAN ARMY, Delhi Dec 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Become a Junior Commission Officer (JCO) (Religious Teacher) in the Army (RT Pandit, RT Padre and RT Maulvi)
Applications are invited from male candidates only for recruitment as Junior Commissioned Officer (Religious Teacher) for RRT 71 course in the Indian Army who fulfill the following eligibility criteria :
JCO Religious Teacher : 36 posts (Pandit-31, Maulvi-3, Padre-2)
Age : 27-34 years for civilian and 25-34 for remastered candidates.
Physical Standard: As applicable to the regular army [Height-155cm, Weight-50Kg, Chest – 77 cm, Candidate should be able to run one mile in eight minutes.
Pay Scale : JCO will get the pay scale of Naib Subedar of Rs. 9300-34800/-
PROCEDURE OF SELECTION:(a) The recruitment will be carried out through all the HQ Recruiting Zones, IRO Delhi Cantt, Ladakh Scout Regt Centre Leh and JAKLI Regt Centre Srinagar.
(b) Submission of Application : Application duly filled as per performa given in the advertisement will be submitted by the candidate along with the required documents duly super scribed (APPLICATION FOR JCO (RT) COURSE NO 71) on top outer cover of envelope to the HQ Rtg Zone / IRO Delhi Cantt / Ladakh Scout Regtl Centre Leh / JAK LI Regtl Trg Centre Srinagar of which the individual is a permanent native
(c) Candidates found eligible will be issued call up letters by the concerned office/recruiting organisation for initial screening which will include checking of original certificates followed by medical examination.
How to Apply: Candidates are required to submit duly filled prescribed Application Form along with all required documents duly superscribed “Application for JCO (RT) Course No. 71″ on the top outer cover of the envelope to to the HQ Rtg Zone / IRO Delhi Cantt / Ladakh Scout Regt. Centre Leh / JAK LI Regtl Trg Centre Srinagar of which the individual is a permanent native / residentpublic sector recruitment
1 . Duly fil led up Application as per the given format wi ll be addressed to concerned addressee as mentioned in Para 6, Write “ APPLICATION FOR JCO (RT) COURSE NO 71“ on top of the envelope containing applications.
2 . Application may be handwritten or typed on A4 size paper as per the given format.
3 . Affix your recent passport size photograph without sun glasses at the space provide din the application form. Photograph taken with Polaroid camera or computer print will not be accepted.
4 . Enclose three self addressed stamped Registered envelopes issued by the Department of Post & Telegraph giving your present address with PIN Code on which acknowledgment/call up notice/reject ion slip is to be sent.
5 . A candidate whose application has been rejected earlier may apply again if eligible/age permits.
6 . All incomplete applications will be rejected.Al l above terms and conditions, vacancies and selection procedures are subject to change from time to time.
7. Candidates who are serving with any organization and are selected for the interview will produce “No Objection Certificate” from their employee at Zonal Recruiting Office be fore dispatch .
8. The candidates declared successful in the written examination and shortlisted for interview will be communicated about the interview dates by post through self addressed envelopes and the list will also be displayed at their respective HQ Recruiting Zones
9. The candidates are required to produce the fol lowing documents, when cal led for screening :-Character certificate by Sarpanch of the Village or authorized signatory of the State Government
10. Individuals with permanent tattoos on any part of the body less inner face of the forearm(inside of elbow to the wrist) and back (dorsal) part of hand / reverse side of palm are not eligible for recruitment
Tentative Last Date: 12-01-2013
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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