Career In Army | Opportunities for young people in the military

In the Indian Air Force, Indian Navy and Indian Army, women graduates have the opportunity to work in various positions. At the same time, such a career is offered in the Central Reserve Police Force. Under this, a common screening test is conducted for appointment in five different forces. Central Reserve Police Force Central Reserve […]
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Career In Army |  Opportunities for young people in the military


In the Indian Air Force, Indian Navy and Indian Army, women graduates have the opportunity to work in various positions. At the same time, such a career is offered in the Central Reserve Police Force. Under this, a common screening test is conducted for appointment in five different forces.

Central Reserve Police Force

Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Central Industrial Security Force (CSIF), Indo-Tibetan Border Force (Indo-Tibetan Security Force-ITBP), Armed Border Force (SSB) and Border Security Force. (Border Security Force) – Recruitment for the post of Assistant Commandant is done every year through Central Armed Police Force (Assistant Commandant) Examination. Women candidates can apply for this. Age range 20 to 25 years.

That is the test

This examination is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission. After passing the written test, it is necessary to pass the interview and medical examination. The written test consists of two papers.

Paper One – This is a general aptitude or intelligence test in which 250 marks questions are asked. These include Indian History (Development of Nationalism / Freedom Struggle / Socio-Political-Economic Factors), Indian and Global Geography (Socio-Political-Economic Factors), Indian Political System and Economics (Constitution of India / Social System / Public Administration, Economic Development of India / Regional and international security issues, human rights and its indicators), national and international current affairs (culture / music / arts / literature / sports / good governance / social and development factors / issues / industry / business-trade / globalization / interrelationships of different nations) ), General Science (General Science Process and Assessment in Daily Life / Information Technology / Biotechnology / Ecology, etc.) and General Mental Ability Test (Leave or Information Analysis – Data Interpretation / Logical Reasoning – Logical Causality / Numerical Ability-Numerical Ability) Are gone. Duration two hours.

Paper Two – This is a general study, essay and paragraph comprehension in which 200 marks questions are asked. There are 80 marks for essay and questions on it. It can be based on India’s freedom struggle, geography, political system, economy, security and human rights. Analytical ability is checked. Questions on comprehension, summary writing, general grammar and communication skills have 120 marks.
Duration three hours.

Interview marks 150. Better if you have NCC B and C certificate. It can be considered at the time of interview.

Examination Centers Nagpur and Mumbai. For the exam you have to go to upsconline.nic.in and fill the application form.

Contact- rectt.bsf.gov.in

Indian Navy

(1) Academic Branch – Qualification – Post Graduate Degree in Physics with 50% marks. Must have studied Mathematics in the degree course or Post Graduate Degree in Mathematics with 50% marks. Must have studied Physics in the degree course or Mechanical / Electrical / Electronics / Computer Science with 60% marks BE / BTech in Information Technology. Age limit 21 to 25 years.
(2) ATC-Air Traffic Control – Age limit is 25 to 25 years. Qualification – BE / BTech in any branch. Must have studied Mathematics and Physics in 12th standard.
(3) Observer – Age limit – 19 to 24 years. BE / BTech in any branch. Must have studied Mathematics and Physics in 12th standard.
(4) Law – Age limit – 22 to 27 years. Degree in Law and Eligible for Registration as Advocates under the Advocates Act, 1961
(5) Logistics – Age limit is 25 to 25 years. Eligibility- BE / BTech in any subject with first class or MBA with first class or BSc / BCom / BSc (IT) with first class and Post Graduate Diploma in Finance / Logistics / Supply Chain Management / Material Management or MCA with first class
(6) Work (Construction) – BE / BTech – Civil / B Architect
(7) Catering – Qualification – MBA (Hotel Management) / MSc (Hotel Management) or BSc or BA with first class and Post Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management
(8) Education – Age limit 21 to 25 years. Eligibility – Eligibility – Post Graduate Degree in Physics Must have studied Mathematics in a degree course or a postgraduate degree in Mathematics with second class marks. Physics should be studied in the degree course. Or a second-class degree in chemistry or English. Candidates with a postgraduate degree in Chemistry should have studied Physics at the undergraduate level. Candidates with a postgraduate degree in English should have studied Physics or Mathematics till at least 12th standard. Or BE / BTech in Mechanical / Electrical / Computer Science / Computer Technology. Or MSc in Computer Science or Computer Applications. This candidate should have studied Physics or Mathematics at the degree level. Or Post Graduate Degree in Economics / History / Political Science.
(9) Pilot (Maritime Reconnaissance) – General Service – Age limit 19 to 24 years. Qualification – BE / BTech in any branch. Must have studied Mathematics and Physics in 12th standard.
(10) Pilot – Commercial Pilot License Holder – Age limit 19 to 25 years. License issued by DGCA-Directorate General of Civil Aviation and currently in use.
(11) Naval Armament Inspectorate – Age limit 19 to 25 years. Qualification – Electrical / Electronics / Mechanical / Production / Instrumentation / Information Technology / Chemical / Metallurgy / Aerospace Engineering.
(12) Naval Architecture – Age limit – 19 and a half to 25. Qualification – Mechanical / Civil / Aeronautical / Metallurgy / Naval Architecture with 60% marks in BE / BTech Contact – www.joinindianavy.gov, in

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