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Government Schools and Colleges Show No Interest in Army Recruitment

Jan 27, 2016 12:59 IST

    The government schools and colleges in the Kota region has shown no interest in the motivations sessions planned by  the Army authorities, ahead of their zonal recruitment rally to be held on next month. According to Colonel JS Gondara, who is the Director of Area Recruitment Office Kota, said that he had written almost to sixty heads of schools and colleges that fall under his ARO’s jurisdiction for holding motivational sessions in the institutes, but no authority replied positively.

    Colonel Gondara said, “None of the schools or colleges has responded even after two letters to them, first in August 2014 and in November 2015.” He felt really disappointed that no heads of these institutes shown any interest to hold the sessions. These sessions are conducted to encourage students to join the Indian Army. Only Army School of Kota responded and conducted the motivational sessions.

    The zonal recruitment for the Army would take place from February 19 to 29 in Ajmer for which online registrations would begin on December 19, 2015 till 4 February. The candidates from eight districts under ARO, Kota, Bundi, Jhalawar, Bhilwada, Ajmer, Rajsamand and Chittorgarh can apply online. From the next session onwards the Army is planning to take online tests for recruiting candidates.

    Colonel Gondara further said that the candidates should avoid submitting fake documents as they could get easily caught and disqualified. During the rally ani-doping tests would also get conducted for nabbing candidates with falsified intents.

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