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ANAND CLASSES offers Defence & Paramilitary Exams Coaching in Urban Estate Phase-II Jalandhar. ANAND CLASSES is the prevalent establishment in the Jalandhar for SSC Exams. It is surely famous for its selective class management classes and productive Best Defence & Paramilitary Exams coaching institute in Jalandhar. 

The faculty at ANAND CLASSES is highly qualified and vastly experienced in successfully coaching students for SSC Exams.

ANAND CLASSES is known as leading institute for preparation of Defence & Paramilitary Exams Coaching in Jalandhar. We at ANAND CLASSES provide coaching for Defence & Paramilitary Exams from the past 15 years. The Defence & Paramilitary Exams Coaching Center in Jalandhar, Punjab.

Fresh batches for Defence & Paramilitary Exams are going to start. ANAND CLASSES Coaching Institute is the only well known coaching institute in Jalandhar that provides coaching for SSC Exams. At ANAND CLASSES Coaching Institute, we constantly strive to improve our teaching methodology, study material and classroom assignments. The Course Methodology is dynamic as it takes into account the changes that we notice in the pattern of the examination. 

ANAND CLASSES is a professionally managed and organized Defence & Paramilitary Exams coaching centre in Jalandhar, offering best coaching and preparing the job aspirants in Government Sectors.

Career in defence and Paramilitary services has always been a dream of young child. It is because of the high respect and esteem attached with this profession. The respect that this job still command can be gauged from the faces and pride of the young children standing on road sides waving hands to the moving troops and saying good bye to hovering MIGS above over heads every now and then.

This is the only service that the young generation still wants to join already knowing the high risk evolved and tough 24 hours job in inhuman condition. There might be something special in this job that the incumbent think joining it without giving much consideration to the pay package. Yes there is that something in it, it is the sense of pride and being elite in the defence uniform.

Every defence personal, in whatever capacity feel pride wearing that uniform with sense of responsibility of being guard to the life of his countrymen. This sense of pride is enough for him to carry on his duties in toughest of conditions unflinchingly. Considering the tough conditions in which over defence forces have to work, Government of the country tries his best to given every possible facility to defence personal so that they can work for their country leaving the worries about their families on the Government of state. They are provided with subsidies education, housing, ration, medical and other facilities by the government. Thus the career in Defence and Paramilitary Services is a better option for the young and energetic generation who wants to serve their nation along with earning their lively hood.

A fit, young and energetic youth can join any of the three i.e Army/ Military, Air Force, and Naval services in various capacities according to his qualification and abilities. Like is  Military Services a person can join as a Rifle Men or as a Junior Commissioned Officer  or he can join as an officer on the rank of Lieutenant and rise up to the rank of Army General and be nominated as Chief of the Army Staff one day. As far as Air Force is concerned one can opt for flying and Ground duty services as per one desire and priorities. 

Similarly one can join Paramilitary services that work in subordination to the Defence services in protection of the country from the outside threats and help the police services to maintain internal law and order as and when required. One can join some of these services like BSF, GREF, and ITBP etc as a constable at the lower level and as Deputy Commandant at the Officers level. However some the services also induct personal at middle level at the rank of ASI etc.

Recruitment to these posts are done by Various Central Government agencies like UPSC, SSC etc by an unbiased recruitment process  test involving physical, personality and written test y the  rigorous required training at various training centers. Any Indian National who has the capacity to work hard and sense of Nationality and zeal to serve the country can take various tests taken by the various central agencies and adopt these services as its career. Although he might to get the pay packages to be available in the private sector but it is sure that the facilities and  respect that one is going to get in these services cannot be compensated with any form of physical or economical gratification provided in the civil by any of the organization. So “if you have it in you” be a man/woman be a defence man/women.

In one of its biggest recruitment drives, government has announced hiring of over 62,000 young men and women as constables in central paramilitary and police organisations this year.

The candidates will be hired by central forces like CRPF, BSF, ITBP, SSB, CISF, NIA and SSF as the Union Home Ministry launched the mega-drive of hiring workforce for these security organisations.

Apart from reservation for SC/ST and OBC candidates, relaxation of applicable age has been made for the children and dependents of the victims of 2002 Gujarat riots and 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

“This is one of the largest recruitment drives that is being held by the central government for hiring in paramilitary and other allied forces. The large-scale hiring is being conducted keeping in view an increasing role of these forces and growth in number of battalions sanctioned to these forces in the recent past,” a senior Home Ministry officer said.

The examination in this context is being done by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) on the directions of the Union Home Ministry, the official said.

Out of the total 62,390 posts on offer, about 16 per cent or a total of 8,533 are reserved for women candidates.

The most number of vacancies are desired in country’s largest paramilitary — Central Reserve Police Force — at 24,588 followed by Border Security Force at 22,517.

A dedicated force of constabulary is also being recruited this time for the premier National Investigation Agency (NIA) which has 86 vacancies.

The SSC will hold a three-tier examination for these posts with the stages being physical tests, written efficiency and medical tests. Candidates, who have passed Class X and are between 18-23 years of age, are eligible.

The expected salary for those hired would be around Rs 20,200 apart from other salary benefits that the government extends to all the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs).

“The final recruitments will be done by October this year and it is expected that those hired would be sent for training to the respective forces by early next year,” the officer said.