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Join Indian Army as an Officer After 12th Science Details Update

Filed in Education by on May 27, 2020

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The Indian Army is the largest volunteer army in the world, with a strength of over 1.2 million active personnel. It offers excellent career opportunities that are full of adventure and challenge.

There are two ways to join the army after you pass 12th standard, first NDA & NA Examination and second Technical Entry Scheme (TES). Those applicants who want to serve in the Indian Army can find information on how to join the Indian army after the 12th.

How to Join the NDA?

To join NDA, one must appear for the NDA (National Defence Academy) written exam and the SSB (Services Selection Board) Interview and clear both of them! The notification regarding this exam is given on leading NEWS Papers and the official websites of the Armed Forces.

You may apply for the exam online. The first part will be the entrance test. It is a written exam, consisting of the OMR type questionnaire, which is all about MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions).

The subjects consist of General Knowledge, Mathematics, English, Physics, etc. Once the written part is concluded and the results are declared, the successful candidates are supposed to appear for the SSB Interview.

The Interview is not a one day process. It is spread across many days. Various written tests and physical and psychological tests are taken during these days.

The SSB Officers will evaluate a candidate and assign marks based on the performance put in by him in that particular test. In this way, evaluation is made for each test in those series of tests.

In the end, only the candidates who scored a ‘minimum qualifying marks’ in each test is ‘recommended’. Rest unsuccessful candidates are sent back. The recommended candidates are then sent for medical checkups.

Finally, based on the marks obtained in the written exam, tests in SSB and the medical checkup score, a final merit list is put out. Candidates who manage to get into this merit list are accepted into NDA and into the training for joining the Indian Army (depends on the choice of the candidate).

In the Academy, the cadet has to complete 6 terms of training and studies. This lasts for 3 years, where they are taught B Sc courses (depending on their choice).

After completing 3 years at NDA and passing out, the cadets are sent to the respective training institutes of their division of the Armed Forces. Thus, Army candidates are sent to IMA (Indian Military Academy) for completing a 1-year course. After IMA training, successful candidates are given the rank of Lieutenant and taken into the service as an Indian Army Officer!

The question seems interesting and important for all the applicants willing to get into Armed forces – check details below:

How to Get Entry in Indian Army

These are the two ways to get entry into the Indian Army. Both entries offer a permanent commission in the Indian Army.

NDA & NA Examination that is held twice a year

It is a national level entrance test conducted twice a year i.e NDA I and NDA II conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). It is conducted to recruit applicants in the Army, Navy and Air Force. Based on written exam results, shortlisted applicants are called for SSB Interview.

Eligibility: Applicants should be between 16 ½ to 19½ years of age at the time of commencement of course. Applicants must have passed 10+2 with Physic and mathematics. Applicants appearing for final year (12th Board) are also eligible to apply. The applicant should be unmarried.

Technical Entry Scheme (TES) (for High School Science Graduates)

This is a Technical entry meant for intermediate level applicants. The applicant has to be between 16½ to 19½ years of age as on the first day of the month of commencement of course at OTA.

The applicant should be unmarried. Applicants must have completed 10+2 with Science stream. Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as main subjects and minimum marks obtained is 70%.

Applicants will be shortlisted based on final TES cut off marks. Only shortlisted applicants will be called for the TES SSB interview.

Duration of Training: A  5 Yrs (1 Yrs OTA GAYA & 4 Yrs CTWS)

Phase-I: 01 Year Pre-commissioning Training at OTA Gaya & 03 Years at CME Pune/MCTE Mhow/MCEME Secunderabad.

Phase-II: 01 Year Post commission training at CME Pune/MCTE Mhow/MCEME Secunderabad.

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