In a recent announcement, the Indian Army stated that they are inviting interested and eligible candidates from Nagaland through an Army recruitment rally in the state. However, the officials from Indian Army also asked the aspiring candidates from Nagaland to submit their applications on or before May 12, 2017. More details regarding this recruitment rally are as follows.
Applicants who wish to participate in the recruitment rally conducted by the Indian Army in Nagaland should have successfully completed their Plus 2 or intermediate examination in any stream (Science, Commerce, or Arts) with an aggregate of 50 percent marks. In addition to that, the candidates should also have a minimum of 40 percent mark in each of the subjects.
The candidates who are planning to apply for the recruitment rally should also have studied and successfully passed Maths/Bookkeeping/Accounts and English in either Class 10th or 12th with a minimum of 40 percent mark in each subject.
However, if you are a candidate who has already completed his B.Sc. graduation with either English or Maths as your subject, then you can waive off the stipulation of securing 40 percent marks in Class 10th or 12th. On the other hand, if you are a graduate without Maths/Bookkeeping/Accounts and English, then you will have to follow the stipulation of scoring 40 percent marks in Class 10th or 12th in Maths/Bookkeeping/Accounts and English.
Indian Army is inviting eligible and interested candidates of Nagaland for the following posts.
- Soldier General Duty
- Soldier Technical/Store Keeper Technical/Nursing Assistant/Clerk
- Tradesmen Musician
- Tradesmen with Aptitude Test
- Tradesmen without Aptitude Test
The applicants from Nagaland who wish to participate in the Indian Recruitment Rally in Nagaland should be in the age limit of 23 to 27 years as on July 01, 2016. However, it is significant to note that the date of birth accepted by the recruitment office will be the one entered in your Matriculation or equivalent exam certificate.
The selection procedure of candidates will be entirely based on a two-stage examination process. Applicants who successfully clear the first stage will be selected for the second stage examination. The candidates who pass both these stages will be selected for the final interview.