Indian Army Recruitment 2020: Advertisement made by the Indian Army is for 99 vacancies of Soldier General Duty for females candidates. It is mandatory to fill online applications on the website link open from 27th July to 31st of August. Carefully read the details below to get the complete details of recruitment. To get any clearance on selection and recruitment, talk to us on 011-26173840. It is important for the aspirant to check the eligibility details before applying.
Indian Army Recruitment Notification:
|Name of the Organization||Indian Army|
|Name of the Job||Soldier General Duty|
|Number of Vacancies||99|
|Last Date to Apply||August 31, 2020|
Indian Army Recruitment Total Vacancy Details:
Organization Name: Indian Army
Name of The Posts: Soldier General Duty (Women Military Police)
Last Date to Apply: 31st of July 2020
Educational Qualifications: 10th pass with 45% marks aggregate and 33% in each subject.
Selection Procedure: During the application process, applicants need to pass through the Physical Measurement Test, Medical Test, and Written Exam through CEE. Cut off list will be prepared taking secondary marks as standard.
Pay Scale: As per the rules of the organization, a handsome amount will be paid. Other facilities are also permissible.
Age criteria: The applicant’s age must be between 17.5 to 21 years. Up to 30 years relief for the widow of Defence Personnel (Died due to harness).
Rally Venue: Recruitment rallies are arranged in the following cities Ambala, Lucknow, Jabalpur, Bangalore, Shilong, and Pune. The allotment of the district to the applicant will be according to his/her current location.
Official Website: www.joinindianarmy.nic.in
Important Instructions to apply for Indian Army Recruitment 2020:
- Reach the website and go to the recruitment section.
- Click on the button ‘Apply Online’ and put the required academic and personal information.
- Paste the recent photograph with the uploading of all the certificates which are mandatory.
- Reach to the interview venue with the original documents and their two sets of photocopies (self-attested).