The largest branch of Indian Armed Forces. The major responsibility of the armed forces is to train the individuals to fight on land. Indian Army consists of different divisions. Indian Army safeguards the geographical boundaries of the country and fights with the enemy territory in the event of the war. The army training comprises of both defensive and offensive training. The main objective of the Indian army is to maintain national peace and security by defending the country from external threats and attacks. It has seven commands: Eastern, Western, Northern, Central, Southern, South-Western, Training command.
|Under Graduate||Class 10+2||3 years|
|Post Graduate||Graduate||2 years|
|Ph.D. (For those who want to go in research and academics)||Post Graduate||Minimum 3 years|
National Defence Academy (NDA) Exam
*Students in Class 10th can opt for NCC and gain C certificate in their school which can help in getting entry to army schools:
SSC (JAG) Men/Women
Combined Defense Services (CDS) Exam
Technical Graduate Course (Directly called for interviews)
University Entry Scheme (Campus Interview, Interview Medical test)
Army Education Corp (AEC) (Male) (Only for candidates who are PG (23-27yrs)
Technical Entry Scheme (TES) (Written test Pre-screening test (Only those candidates who qualify in this will be permitted to sit for the next test) Psychological Tests Group tests Personal Interview Medical exam for successful candidates.)
Physically active and fit
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