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Indian Army Invites Candidates For The Recruitment Of NCC Special Entry Scheme 43rd Course

In a recent announcement, officials from the Indian Army released a notification inviting eligible and interested candidates for the recruitment of NCC Special Entry Scheme 43rd Course. Married and unmarried male candidates, unmarried female applicants, and wards of battle casualties of Army personnel are eligible to apply for the Army recruitment program.

The officials from Indian Army have advised eligible candidates to submit their online applications until August 8, 2017. The applications submitted after the deadline will be discarded by the Army recruitment officials and those candidates will not be allowed to attend the recruitment program. More details about this recruitment are as follows.

Total Number Of Posts

Army Recruitment

NCC Special Entry Scheme

The Indian Army is offering 54 posts for the NCC Special Entry Scheme 43rd Course starting April 2018. Out of the total 54 posts, 50 will be exclusive to male candidates, while female candidates can apply for the remaining 4 vacancies.

In the case of male candidates, 45 posts out of the total 50 available will be reserved for general candidates, whereas wards of battle casualties of Army personnel can apply for the remaining posts.

On the other hand, 3 out of 4 posts available to female candidates are reserved for general category candidates, and the daughters of battle casualties of Army personnel can submit their applications for the remaining one post.

Age Limit

Candidates who are in the age limit of 19 to 25 years as on January 01, 2018, are eligible to submit their applications for the Army recruitment program.

Educational Qualification

Candidates who are planning to apply for the recruitment program should have secured a degree from a recognized board or university in the country by securing a minimum of 50 percent marks in all the semesters. However, the Indian Army will allowed final year graduate students to apply for the recruitment program, but they should have secured a total aggregate of at least 50 percent marks in the first two or three years.

In addition to that, such students will also have to complete their graduation course before April 01, 2018, if the Indian Army selects them. They should also be able to submit their degree certificate within twelve weeks from the date of commencing of the training.

Visit the official website of the Indian Army to check the Army recruitment notification or learn more about the NCC Special Entry Scheme.

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