Indian Army recruitment rally beneath Unit Headquarters Quota will likely be held at AOC Centre, Secunderabad in Telangana from January 18 to February 28 subsequent yr.
The recruitment rally will likely be performed for for enrolment of Soldier Tech (AE), Soldier General Duty, Soldier Tradesmen, (*15*) Sportsmen (Open Category), in accordance to a launch by the Press Information Bureau (Defence Wing).
Sports trials for excellent Sportsmen (Open Category) will likely be held at Thapar Stadium, AOC Centre Secunderabad at 8 am on January 15.
(*15*) sportsmen who’ve represented in the sphere of Boxing, Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Handball, Hockey, Swimming, Wrestling, Athletics and Kabbadi can take part together with their certificates of National or International competitions both at senior or junior degree.
The certificates shouldn’t be greater than two years outdated on the date of screening.
The qualifying age bracket for the Soldier GD class is 17-and-a-half to 21 years and for Soldier Tech (AT), Sol Clk/SKT & Sol Tdn classes is 17-and-a-half years to 23 years.
Educational Qualification for the Soldier GD is Matriculation/SSC with 33 per cent in every topic and 45 per cent mixture, for Soldier Tradesman (tenth Standard) is ‘Passed 10th Standard (33 per cent)’ and that for Soldier Tradesman (eighth Std) is ‘Passed 8th standard’.
The identical for Soldier Tech (AE) is 10+2/ Intermediate Pass in Science with (PCM & English) with 50 per cent marks in mixture and 40 per cent in every topic.
For Soldier Clk/SKT, it’s 10+2/ Intermediate go in any stream with 60 per cent marks in mixture and minimal 50 per cent in every topic. Securing 50 per cent in English and Maths/Accounts/Book Keeping in class twelfth is necessary.
Negative marking of 0.5 marks will likely be awarded for incorrect solutions in the Common Entrance Exam.
The conduct of the rally is topic to prevailing COVID-19 pandemic state of affairs in the month of January 2021. Commandant AOC Centre reserves the appropriate to cancel the rally at quick discover due to COVID-19 pandemic.