Junior Commissioned officer (Religious Teacher), Indian Army
Indian Army is a part of the Indian Armed Forces which is infact the largest component of the IAF. There are approximately 1300000 active personnel working in Indian Army. The head quarter of the force is located at New Delhi. General V K Singh is the Chief of the Army staff. The Indian Army first came into existence in the year 1947. The force is the land based branch which is considered as the world’s second largest standing volunteer army. The major function of the force is to ensure the nationla security and defence of the Republic of India.
Applications are invited in the prescribed format from eligible male candidates for making recruitment on the post of Junior Commissioned officer (Religious Teacher) for RRT 67 course in Indian Army. Candidates must fulfill the eligibility conditions for RT Puandit, Granthi and Maulvi.
Candidates should age more than 27 years (i.e. prescribed minimum age limit) and also age less than the prescribed maximum age limit i.e. 34 years. The minimum age limit set for the post of Junior Commissioned officer (Religious Teacher) in Indian Army is 25 years for the remustered candidates.
Height and Weight of candidates should be 155 cm and 50 kg respectively.
Chest of candidates should be 77 cm.
Candidates should also be able to run one mile in eight minutes.
The minimum educational qualification required for the post of Junior Commissioned officer (Religious Teacher) in Indian Army is Graduation in any discipline from a recognized university. In addition to this educational qualification, candidates are also required to possess one of the qualification according to the religious denomination of the individuals.
No. of posts: Total 40 posts are available.
JCO Religious Teacher (Pandit): Only 26 posts are available.
JCO Religious Teacher (Granthi): Only 8 posts are available.
JCO Religious Teacher (Maulvi): Only 6 posts are available.
Pay Scale: Selected candidates will get the prescribed amount of salary i.e. Rs. 9300-34800.
Candidates are not required to submit any kind of application fee for making application for the specified position of Junior Commissioned officer (Religious Teacher) in Indian Army.
Only shortlisted candidates will be allowed to appear in the Competitive Written Examination followed by a personal interview test. Successfull candidates of the written examination will then have to appear in the personal interview test and medical fitness test. Candidates are required to qualify in all the three stages of the selection process.
How to apply: Candidates are required to submit completely filled in application form in the prescribed performa. Application form should be sent alongwith the required documents in an envleope only. The envelope should be superscribed as “Application for JCO (Religious Teacher) RRT-67 Course”. The envelope should reach to the designated Recruitment Zone latest by 6 August 2011.
Government of India.
Last date to apply: 6 August 2011
For more information visit http://indianarmy.gov.in
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