41st SSC (Technical) for Men,12th SSC (Technical) Women,Widows of Defence Personnel, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at INDIAN ARMY, Delhi Feb 2013
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited from Engineering Graduates male Indian citizens for Short Service Commission (SSC) (Technical) course in the Indian Army :
41st SSC (Technical) for Men : 50 posts in various Engineering streams, Age : 20-27 years
12th SSC (Technical) Women : 19 posts in various Engineering streams, Age : 20-27 years
Widows of Defence Personnel : 02 posts, Age : 19-29/20-31 years
Pay Scale : PB-3 Rs.15600-39100 Grade Pay Rs.5400 and MPS Rs.6000/-police recruitment
How to Apply: Apply Online at Army recruitment. Take print out of the online application format and send it with relevant documents to Application Forms in accordance with the prescribed format, colour paper and omplete in all respects is to be sent to the following address by registered post/ speed post to Additional Directorate General of Recruiting (Rtg-6), TGC Section, West Block-III, R.K. Puram, New Delhi – 110066.
1. In case of UPSC Entries (NDA, IMA (DE) and OTA [SSC (Non Tech, men and women)], wait for the UPSC Advertisement in Employment News/ Rozgar Samachar/ UPSC website.
2.In case of other entries, details are as under:-NCC Entry (Men and Women).After advertisement is issued in Dec or Jun, download common application form from this website and submit form duly filled with requisite documents to respective NCC units/ Group HQ.
3. 10+2 TES, TGC, SSC (Tech, men and women). Apply online through this website, after the advertisement is issued, within the period stipulated in the advertisement and mail the printed online application to ADG Rtg (Rtg-6), West Block 3, R K Puram, New Delhi -110066,
4. Points To Note for Non-UPSC Entries. 10th Class Certificate, 12th Class Certificate and latest College education documents (final marksheet or previous semester marksheets
5. Please fill all details mentioned in the online application form , failing which the application is liable to be rejected.After applying online candidates are requested to take a print out of online application, paste his/her photograph in the space provided duly attested by gazetted officer.
6. Candidates are also required to carry one more ink signed copy of the application without fail alongwith the photograph(attested by Gazetted Officer) pasted on it,
7. Applying second time on line or by post will also lead to cancellation of candidate. Any incorrect details filled in online applications will lead to cancellation of candidature and suitable action will be taken against the candidate.
8. Call up for SSB tests will be sent to you by SMS/post and dates will also be hosted on the website. Original and attested copies certificates will be brought to the Selection Centers as per the call up instructions.
9. TGC candidates applying for Army Education Corps & Military farms are not permitted to apply online. They are advised to download “ Common Application Form”
Tentative Last Date : 14-03-2013
About the organization:
The distinguished history of Indian Army dates back more than ten thousand years. The two grand epics of ‘Ramayana’ and ‘Mahabharata’ constitute the fundamental framework around which the edifice of Indian Army is built. The massive war ‘Mahabharata’, fought at Kurukshetra in north-central India, has left indelible imprints on the Indian psyche. Fought relentlessly for eighteen days in the quest of peace, the force level described in the Epic states 18 ‘Akshaunis’, seven with the ‘Pandavas’ and eleven with the ‘Kauravas’, amounting to nearly 400,000 assorted troops fighting on chariots, horses, elephants and foot soldiers. Though innumerable wars have been fought thereafter, most were in quest of universal peace and ‘dharma’. Recourse to arms was only taken when peace was threatened. In fact the word ‘peace’ forms the very core of Indian philosophy, which can most aptly be traced to one of India’s ancient scriptures known as the ‘Yajurveda’. It is stated in verse, the English translation of which reads – “May the sky be peaceful; may the atmosphere be peaceful; may the earth be peaceful; may eternal peace cometh upon us”. The archaeological history of India dates back to more than 2500 BC, when an urbanised civilisation known as the Indus Valley Civilisation flourished along the banks of River Indus, in the alluvial north – western plains. Similar findings like the coastal cities of Lothal and Dwarka came to light more recently along the coast of Gujarat.
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