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Indian Army Recruitment 2018 Notifications

Start Date Post Name Vacancies/ QualificationLast Date More Info
13.11.2018Indian Army BSC Nursing Course 2018 Notification160/ Intermediate30.11.2018More Details
09.11.2018Army Recruiting Office Solider GD, Clerk/ SKT NotificationVarious/ SSC, 10+2, ITI27.12.2018More Details
09.11.2018Indian Coast Guard Assistant Commandants NotificationVarious/ Inter, Graduation30.11.2018More Details
30.10.2018 Engg Graduates in Indian Army TGC 40/ Graduation18.11.2018More Details
29.10.2018 Technical Entry Army in Indian Army TES (10+2)90/ 10+2 Pass27.11.2018 More Details
27.10.2018SI (Hindi Translators) in ITBP02/ Degree27.11.2018More Details
26.10.2018 Head Constables in ITBP20/ Degree04.11.2018 More Details
26.10.2018 Constable (Telecom) Jobs in ITBP218/ SSC, Matriculation27.11.2018 More Details
25.04.201804 Deputy & Assistant Commandant Posts in BSF04/ Graduation07.05.2018 More Details
25.04.201804 Deputy & Assistant Commandant Posts in BSF70/ Degree02.05.2018 More Details
01.03.2018Indian Army Shimla Recruitment Rally 301/ Graduation17.03.2018 More Details
25.03.2018Soldier Posts in Indian Army Recruitment Rally30/ Diploma04th to 13th April 2018 More Details
20.02.2018AWPO JCO's & NCO's300/ DegreeUpdate Soon More Details

 

The East India Company created A Military Department at Kolkata in 1776 and by the Charter Act of 1833, this Military was given a department status with other three departments. On 1 April 1895, the armies in the Presidencies of Bombay, Bengal, & Madras were formed into a single unit called the Indian Army. The British Indian Army fought in many wars such as First and Second Opium Wars in China, First and Second Anglo-Sikh Wars, Anglo-Burmese Wars, First, Second and Third Anglo-Afghan Wars, Abyssinia, Boxer Rebellion in China. During First and the Second World War, The Indian Army played a major role in the British Empire’s forces. The current Indian Army is under the central government and it is originated from the armies of the East India Company that became the British Indian Army, and princely states armies which finally became the Indian national army after the independence.

The Indian Army is a land-based branch of the Indian Armed Forces and is its largest component. The President of India will be the Supreme Commander of the Indian Army, but Chief of Army Staff (COAS) commands the army and COAS will be a four-star general. The regiment and units of the Indian Army have a diverse history and have earned a large number of honors by successfully participating a number of wars before and after Independence. The Indian Army follows the regimental system and is divided into seven commands. The army personnel job is a government job and to get into this thorough knowledge of Current affairs and General Knowledge is necessary. Indian army, the second largest army in the world with more than 12 lakh personnel in the active troops and 990,960 personnel in the reserve troops.

The main aim of the Indian Army is to ensure national security, defending our country from external aggression and also from internal threats, and to maintain peace within its borders. Another important but not mandatory function of the military is to conduct humanitarian rescue operations during internal disturbances like natural calamities. The Indian army was involved in four wars with Pakistan and one with China and also successfully completed many operations such as Operation Meghdoot, Operation Vijay, Operation Cactus, etc. Indian Army actively participated in the United Nations peacekeeping missions in Congo, Angola, Cyprus, Lebanon, Cambodia, Vietnam, Liberia, Mozambique, Namibia, El Salvador, and Somalia.

Indian army gives army recruitment notification for the recruitment of desired candidates to induct into various services in the army. The important positions are Territorial Army Officer, Junior Commissioned Officer, Havildar, Cartographer, Store Keeper, Tradesman, Nurses, Doctors, Soldiers, etc. Drona provides comprehensive information on the recruitment process for the army jobs. It also provides comprehensive information regarding state government jobs and other PSCs and also provides tips to crack the exams of all most all the government jobs. It provides complete information on the recruitment process of central govt jobs like Banking, Indian Postal Department, Indian Airforce, Indian NavyRailways (RRB), Insurance, Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), Food Corporation of India, National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC), etc.The aspiring candidates need to apply for the vacancies and after shortlisting the received profiles the recruitment board will call the shortlisted candidates for the written exam and physical tests. Based on the performance of the test candidates will be selected.

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  • K. Dasarath August 8, 2018, 10:58 PM

    BEd completed sir and store keeper course completely

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