The Indian Army is planning to conduct Indian Army Relation Rally Bharti (Bhai-Bhand) to find candidates for various posts. This recruitment rally will be held in different states of the country in the month of November.
The recruitment rally will kick off from November 15 at Uttar Pradesh and will end by November 19. More details on this recruitment rally are given below.
The age limit for candidates who are planning to apply for the post of Soldier Technical Duty, Soldier TDN, or Soldier CLK/SKT/IM is 17½ to 23 years. Candidates applying for the post of Soldier Technical Duty must pass 10+2 with a minimum aggregate of 50 percent mark in English, Maths, Chemistry, and Physics, whereas the candidates who are planning to apply for the post of Soldier TDN should be tenth pass.
Candidates applying for the third post, Soldier CLK/SKT/IM, must clear Plus 2 with a minimum aggregate of 50 percent mark in all subjects and 40 percent in all individual subjects. It is vital to note that Accounts, Bookkeeping, Maths, and English are compulsory for the candidates either at 10th or at 12th with at least 40 percent marks.
Candidates must certainly bring their nativity/domicile certificate, caste certificate for sc/st caste, character certificate, police clearance certificate, original education certificate, original relationship certificate, discharge book & PPO, and 15 recent passport sized color photographs to the venue where the recruitment rally is organized.
Applicants should also bring their affidavit, which can be downloaded from the official website of Indian Army, along with the above-mentioned documents. In addition to that, make sure to take your NCC/Sports Certificate also, if any.
Candidates who do not possess any of the said documents will be discarded and will not be allowed to participate in the Army recruitment rally. Furthermore, candidates will not be allowed to leave the Pavilion Ground to collect their documents. So, double check and verify your documents before entering the recruitment rally venue.
The selection of the candidates will be entirely based on their performance in written examination and Physical Efficiency Test (PET). The recruitment officials have also stated that the number of vacancies is subject to change, and might be modified as per the requirements of the military forces.