Soldier General Duty
Qualification: Class 10th with 45% marks in aggregate and 33% in each subject. In case candidate has
passed class 10th from education board adopted grading system, candidate must have the grade which
contains 45% in each indl subject. No percentage considered in case candidate has passed higher
qualification i.e 10 + 2 and above.
Age: 17 ½ -21 Yrs
Qualification: (a) Sol Tech 10+2/Intermediate Exam Pass in Science with Physics, Chemistry, Maths and English
with 50 % marks in aggregate and 40% in each subject.
(b) Sol Tech (Avn & Amn Examiner) 10+2/ Intermediate exam pass in Science with Physics,
Chemistry, Maths and English with 50 % marks in aggregate and 40 % marks in each subject.
Three years Diploma in Engg (Mechanical/ Electrical/ Automobiles/Computer Science and Electronic &
Instrumentation Engg) from a recognized Polytechnic Instt/ITI.
Qualification: Should have secured 50 % marks in each subject and 60% marks in aggregate in class XII.
Should have studied English and Maths/Accts/Book keeping in Class XII or X and should have secured
min 50 % marks in each of these subjects, whether studied in Class XII or X. Even if candidate is a
graduate or has a higher qualification percentage marks scored in class XII would be applicable
towards his eligibility.
Qualification: 10th / ITI (except for Syce, Mess Keeper and House Keeper, who may be 8th pass)
Age: 17 ½ -23 Yrs
Education Certificate. Registration Card, Admit Card, Marks Sheets and Board
Certificates of 10th/12th and Graduation Degree should have been from recognized Board
and University. All candidates will carry the SLC & CLC.
back to more than ten thousand chequered years. The two epics of
‘Ramayana’ and ‘Mahabharata’ constitute the fundamental framework around
which the edifice of Indian Army is built. The massive epic war
‘Mahabharata’, fought at Kurukshetra in north-central India, has left
indelible imprints on the Indian psyche. Fought relentlessly for
eighteen days in quest of peace, the force level described in the Epic
states 18 ‘Akshaunis’, seven with the ‘Pandavas’ and eleven with the
‘Kauravas’, amounting to nearly 400,000 assorted troops fighting on
chariots, horses, elephants and foot soldiers.
Last Date : 18 Dec 2017