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2nd October 2012, 02:11 PM
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What is the highest rank required in Indian Army?


Hw much time did take place to train a candidate wishing to become lt general




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21st February 2013, 08:53 PM
sammy_wrath
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Default Re: What is the highest rank required in Indian Army?

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Hw much time did take place to train a candidate wishing to become lt general
Dear Aspirant,


The Highest rank in the Army of India is the President of India.

Since the president is treated as the chief of commander for the Army.

He is the supreme person in the army.He rules the army.

In other countries the army person who has the five star is considered as the Most Highest rank in the army.

So by this i can say that the person who has most number of ranks.Is treated as the supreme power on the filed.

So the army general on the field who has more number of star he is the considered as the highest rank person in the army.


Hope this info helps you.

All the best for your future endeavor's.


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22nd February 2013, 06:39 AM
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Default Re: What is the highest rank required in Indian Army?

The Highest Rank for Indian Army is Field Marshal, but this honorary rank does not exist in the present army structure. However, two distinguished officers hold this rank, they are Late Sam Manekshaw and Late K M Cariappa. But, In the new structure of Indian Army Ranks "Colonel General" is the highest position, which is held by chief of staff committee or chief of army staff of Indian Army.

The Rank Order is:
Field Marshall
Colonel General
General
Lieutenant General
Major General
Brigadier

There is no easy way to get general position. it's all depends upon your talent and strength. So best of luck.
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