Rojgar samachar in Indian Army 2013:Indian Army invites applications form Indian Nationals to recruit 85 vacancies of Permanent Commission in 10+2 Technical Entry Scheme Course-30. Interested candidates have to apply Online for this govt jobs before 30 June 2013. For more details of Indian Army 10+2 Technical Entry Scheme 2013 given below.
Vacancy DetailsName of post:Recruitment of technical officer in indian Army
Indian Army 10+2 Technical Entry course 2013
No of posts:85 posts
Location of Posting:Central govt jobs in indian Army
Job EligibilityQualifications: Candidates applying for jobs in indian Army should have passed the 10+2 (Intermediate) with Minimum 70% marks in PCM from a recognized board.
Age limit: Candidates age must be between 16 1/2 years to 19 1/2 years (i.e candidates should be born between 01.07.1994 and not after 01.07.1997).
Salary: PB-3/15,600-39,100 GP-5,400 MSP-6,000
Selection process:Defence job aspirants who will be completed on the basis of Performance in Psychological Test, Group Test and Services Selection Board (SSB) Interview.
How To ApplyCandidates have to apply online from www.davp.nic.in before closing date, after submission of online applications and take system generated form should be reach to below address.Additional Directorate General of Recruiting (Rtg-6),TES Section, West Block-III, R.K.Puram, New Delhi- 110 066.
Important Dates And Important LinksOnline Applications process start from : 21.05.2013
Online Applications process closing on : 30.06.2013
Last date for receipt of printout of application form : 10.07.2013
Link here to download rojgar samachar notification :
Additional Directorate General of Recruiting (Rtg-6),
TES Section, West Block-III,
R.K.Puram, New Delhi- 110 066.
About The OrganizationThough scanty details are available of the early conflicts between the invading forces, evidence shows that some of the invaders did manage to slowly overrun western India and consolidated their hold along the Indo - Gangetic plains, and in the process subdued numerous native tribal kingdoms through pitched battles. Their advance further south was generally halted by the jungle covered Vindhya Mountains. Those apart, certain areas along the western coast and the Deccan plateau were hilly and sparse – unsuitable for the movements of considerable bodies of people. However, this vast area also lent itself favourably to resistance against invasion by loose fighting warriors, such as the Marathas who subsequently became a force to reckon with. The other major pre-condition of war in India was and continues to be the climate. Monsoon rains between June and September rendered movement of armies virtually impossible. The best season for campaigning was always October and November, when the crops were ripe, the herbage green and it was possible to live off the country.