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Army recruitment selection process changed; Here’s what the Indian Army aspirants need to know

Jul 14, 2016 15:51 IST

    Indian Army has made major changes in the selection procedure for recruitment to various posts. For getting into Army jobs, candidates have to qualify in written test as well.

    In order to ensure quality recruitment process, Indian Army has decided to sort candidate selection by introducing written test. From now onwards only having the required physical standards won’t help you to qualify for Army.

    Army recruitment will now select on the basis of the mental strength of the candidates. Earlier candidates were required to go through various physical tests and exercises like running, long/high jump. Merely having the requisite physical standards and measurements made a candidate qualified for Army posts.

    Contradictory to the earlier process, the soon-to-be-started written test is most likely to be held online. The examination will be conducted by Indian Army at various examination centres across the country. The other processes of recruitment like application submission, scrutiny, etc will remain the same.

    Army jobs usually have more aspirants than any other government job sectors of the country. Earlier walk in interviews and recruitment rallies were done for Army recruitment. It was literally tough to handle huge mass of examinees.

    Introducing the written test will not only help in the recruitment process but will also help in sorting out the talents and incorporating them into one of the major organizations of the country.

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