Golden opportunity to get government job, salary up to Rs 2.50 lakh per month


Indian Army Recruitment 2023: According to the recruitment notification under the Short Service Commission in the Indian Army, there are 55 vacancies. The minimum age limit for this job post is 19 years and the maximum age limit is 25 years.

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According to the official website of the Indian Army, the candidate will be appointed for a tenure of 10 years which can be extended for 4 more years. Candidates satisfying the eligibility criteria will have to submit the online application before the last date. Incomplete application may be rejected. According to the official notification of the Indian Army, the online application can be made till 15 February 2023 till 3 PM.

Selection Process for Indian Army Recruitment 2023

Candidates will be selected on the basis of written test / personal interview / medical test / walkin interview. Once a candidate is selected, he/she will be placed in the Indian Army as Short Service Commission.

Tenure for Indian Army Recruitment 2023

Men and women will be given short service commission for 14 years in the regular army. ie, for an initial period of 10 years, and can be extended later for a further period of 04 years.

How to Apply for Indian Army Recruitment 2023

According to the Indian Army Recruitment 2023 notification, interested candidates can apply online on the official website. For this, click on ‘Officer Entry Application/Login’ on the candidate official website and then click on ‘Registration’. Fill the online registration form after reading the instructions given there carefully. The last date for filling the online application form is 15.02.2023.

Salary for Indian Army Recruitment 2023

The selected candidate will be placed on a pay scale between Rs 56,100 to Rs 2,50,000 per month.

Age Limit for Indian Army Recruitment 2023 For National Cadet Corps (NCC) candidates (including Wards of Battle Casualty) 19 to 25 years as on 01 July 2023 (Born not earlier than 02 July 1998 and not later than 01 July 2004. Both date included).

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