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Call 9463138669|ANAND CLASSES|Army Exams Coaching Center In Jalandhar

ANAND CLASSES offers Army Exams Coaching in Urban Estate Phase-II Jalandhar, Punjab and is known as best institute for preparation of Army Exams coaching in Jalandhar. We at ANAND CLASSES provide coaching for Army Exams from the past 15 years. The Best Army Exams Coaching Center in Jalandhar, Punjab.

ANAND CLASSES is a core Coaching Center in Jalandhar for Competitive Exams like NDA, CDS , ARMY, NAVY, AIR FORCE, AFCAT, CAPF, ITBP, CISF, MERCHANT NAVY, BSF, CRPF, DELHI POLICE, Sub Inspector S.I, RAILWAYS and others competitive examinations.

ANAND CLASSES helps in nurturing the quality of the students and in developing command over the basic fundamentals, concepts, and principles of various subjects through detailed problem solving techniques.

As an officer, you get trained in the art, craft and technology of war, simultaneously, you can pick up skills in management, computers and human nature. In short, you never cease to grow because you never cease to learn. You also remain at par with the rest of the world in educational qualifications.

National Defence Academy Awards you a Bachelor’s degree in Arts / Science or Computers, on completion of your training. If you join the technical stream, you are offered a Graduate / Post Graduate degree in Engineering from one of the finest Institutes of Technology in the Country. Later on, when you are selected for the prestigious Defence Services Staff College Course, you are awarded a Master of Science degree in Defence and Strategic studies. The Indian Army also runs some of the most prestigious academics and institutes, exposing you to a wide range of subjects from engineering administration to strategy, and armament technology to management. The choice is indeed limitless. In fast, you can even get into Research & Development, If you so desire. But that is not all The Indian Army gives you a choice to benefit from foreign postings and studies you can attend on going programmes at IITs and IIMs and gain additional qualification simply to taking study leave.

Methods of Entry ( OFFICERS)

Type of entry Month of commencement of Course Age at the time of Joining Educational Qualification Mode of Selection How to Apply
1.

National

Defence

Academy

Jan. and July 161/2– 19 yrs 12th standard of 10+2 system of Education or equivalent NDA Exam by UPSC and SSB interview Apply in response to advertisement in March / April & Oct. / Nov.
2. Indian Military     Academy
a) Direct Entry Jan. and July 19 – 24 yrs Degree or equivalent at the time of Joining the Course Combined Defence Services Exam (CDSE) conducted by UPSC, and SSB interview Apply in response to advertisement in March /April and Sep./ Oct.
b) TGC
(i) Engineering Graduates Jan. and July 20 – 27 yrs Engineering Degree in notified discipline Combined Defence Services Exam (CDSE) conducted by UPSC, and SSB interview Apply in response to advertisement in March /April and Sep./ Oct.
(ii) Post Graduates(AEC) Jan. and July 23 – 27 yrs Post Graduate in notified Subject with Ist /2nd div. SSB interview
c) University Entry Scheme July 19 – 25 yrs (Fy)

18– 24 yrs (PFy)

Final and Pre-final years students of Engineering degree course. Campus interview and
SSB interview
Apply in response to advertisement in Apr./May
d) 10+2 TES Jan. and July 161/2– 191/2 yrs 10+2 Pass with

70% aggregate in PCM

 

Apply directly to the Recruiting Directorate Apply in response to advertisement in May and Nov.
3.

Officers

Training

Academy

a) Short Service  Commission (Non–technical)

 

Apr. and Oct

 

19 – 25 yrs

 

Degree or equivalent at the time of joining the course.

 

CDSE conducted by UPSC and SSB interview

 

Apply in response to advertisement in

March / April & Sep / Oct

 

b) Short Service Commission

(Technical)

 

Apr. and Oct

 

20 – 27 yrs

 

Engineering Degree in notified discipline.

 

SSB interview

 

Apply in response to advertisement in

March / April & Sep / Oct

c) Short Service Commission  (NCC Special Scheme)

 

Apr. and Oct

 

19 – 25 yrs

 

Graduate with 50% aggregate marks, two years service in NCC Sr. Division, Army with minimum ‘B’ Grade in ‘C’ certificate Exam. SSB interview

 

Apply in response to advertisement in

Dec. / Jan. & June/ July

d) Women Special Entry Scheme (Officers) Apr. and Oct

 

19 – 27 yrs Graduate/Post Graduate/ LLB/ Professional Engineering Graduate SSB interview

 

Apply in response to advertisement in

June & Dec.

RECRUITMENT OTHER RANKS
If you wish to join the Army Visit the nearest Branch Recruiting office (BRO) / HQ. Recruiting Zone and find out dates of recruitment rallies. These are also published in all local news papers

Categories of Entry and their Eligibility Conditions. PBOR

Education Criteria

Categories of Entry and Their Eligibility Conditions

Category Education Age
Soldier General Duty (All Arms) SSLC / Matric with 45% marks in aggregate and 33% in each subject. No percentage required for higher qualification i.e. 10+2 and above. 17 ½ – 21 Yrs
Soldier (Technical)(Technical Arms, Artillery, Army Air Defence) 10+2 / Intermediate Exam Pass in Science with Physics, Chemistry, Maths and English with 45% marks in aggregate and 40% in each subject. (Simple pass in 10+2 with requisite subjects is acceptable upto 31st Mar 2015). 17 ½ – 23 Yrs
Soldier Clerk / Store Keeper Technical (All Arms) 10+2 / Intermediate Exam pass in any stream (Arts, Commerce, Science) with 50% marks in aggregate and minimum 40% in each subject.Should have studied and passed English and Maths / Accounts / Book Keeping in Class X or Class XII with 40% marks in each subject. In case of graduate with Maths and English as subject in BSc, the stipulation of 40% in Class X or Class XII is waived off. In case of graduate without English and Maths/Accounts/Book Keeping, he should have scored more than 40% in English and Maths / Accounts / Book Keeping at least once in Class X or Class XII. 17 ½ – 23 Yrs
Soldier Nursing Assistant (Army Medical Corps) 10+2 / Intermediate exam pass in Science with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English with Min 50% marks in aggregate and min 40% in each subject.
OR
In case the candidate has a BSc Degree with (Botany / Zoology / Bio-Science) and English, the stipulation of percentage in Class XII is waived off. However, the candidate should have studied all the four specified subjects in Class XII also.
17 ½ – 23 Yrs
Soldier Nursing Assistant Veterinary (Remount Veterinary Corps) 10+2 / Intermediate exam pass in Science with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English with Min 50% marks in aggregate and minimum 40% in each subject. 17 ½ – 21 Yrs
Soldier Tradesmen(All Arms) 10th / ITI (except Syce. Mess Keeper and House Keeper-who may be 8th pass). 17 ½ – 23 Yrs
Survey Automated Cartographer (Engineers) BA / B Sc with Maths. Must have also passed 12th class (10+2) or equivalent with Maths and Science as main subjects. 20-25 Yrs
Junior Commissioned Officer Religious Teacher (All Arms) Graduate in any discipline. In addition requisite qualification in his own religious denomination. 27-34 Yrs
Junior Commissioned Officer Catering (Army Service Corps) 10+2 or equivalent exam and Diploma / Certificate Course of a duration of one year or more in Cookery / Hotel Management and Catering Technical from a recognized University / Food Craft Institute. AICTE recognition is not mandatory. 21-27 Yrs
Havildar Education(Army Education Corps) Group X – MA/M Sc/MCA or BA/B Sc/BCA/B Sc (IT) with BEd Group Y – B Sc / BA / BCA / B Sc (IT) (w/o B Ed) 20-25 Yrs

Physical Criteria

Physical Standard of Various Categories

Region

Height (Cms)

Chest Weight
Soldier General Duty & Tradesman Soldier Technical & Nursing Assistant Soldier Clerk / Store Keeper Technical (Cms) (Kgs)
Western Himalayan Region (J&K, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab Hills (Area South and West of the Inter State Border between Himachal Pradesh and Punjab and North and East of Road of Mukerian Hoshiarpur, Garh Shankar, Ropar and Chandigarh, Garhwal and Kumaon) 166 cms 163 cms 162 cms 77 48
Eastern Himalayan Region(Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Assam and Hill Region of West Bengal (Gangtok, Darjeeling and Kalimpong Districts). 160 cms 157 cms 160 cms 77 48
Western Plains Region(Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Rajasthan and Western UP (Meerut and Agra Divisions) 170 cms 170 cms 162 cms 77 50
Eastern Plains Region(Eastern UP, Bihar, West Bengal and Orissa) 169 cms 169 cms 162 cms 77 50
Central Region (Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Dadar, Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu) 168 cms 167 cms 162 cms 77* 50
Southern Region (Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Goa and Pondicherry) 166 cms 165 cms 162 cms 77 50

* Chest 76 cms only for Soldier Technical category from Central Region.

Special Physical Standard.

Special physical standard as given below are applicable to the following with effect from 01 Aug 2004:

Ser. No

Physical Standards

Height (Cms)

Chest (Cms)

Weight (Kgs)

(a) Ladakhi 157 50 77
(b) Gorkhas both Nepalese and Indian 157 48 77
(c) Candidates from Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep Group Including Minicoy.
(i) Settlers 165 50 77
(ii) Locals 155 50 77
(d) Tribals of authorized Tribal Areas 162 48 77
(e) Brigade of Guards 173 50 77
(f) Medium Artillery 170 50 77
(g) Corps of Military Police 173 50 77
(h) Clerk General Duty / Store Keeper Technical 162* 50 77
(j) Religious Teacher JCO 160 50 77
(k) Soldier Tradesman Minimum Physical Standard of the regions given above, minus 1 cm Chest and 2 kgs Wt. Height criteria would be at par with Soldier General Duty as relevant to the region.
(l) Havildar Education As applicable to Soldier Clerk / Store Keeper Technical for various regions. However, preference will be given to the candidate fulfilling the physical standard laid down for Soldier General Duty.
(m) JCO Catering (ASC) / Surveyor As applicable to Soldier General Duty for Automated Cartographer (Engineer) various regions.

Note:*Regional physical standards lower than the standards laid down in Para 2 (h) above will be applicable to clerical candidates belonging to those region.

Dispensation in Physical Standards

Ser. No

Physical Standards

Height (Cms)

Chest (Cms) Weight (Kgs)
(a) Sons of Servicemen(SOS) / Ex-Servicemen (SOEX)/ War Widows(SOWW) / Widows of Ex-Servicemen. 2 1 2
(b) Adopted son / son–in–law of a War Widow, if she has no son including a legally adopted son of Serving Soldier / Ex-Servicemen 2 1 2
(c) Outstanding Sportsmen (National / State level having secured 1st / 2nd Position in last two years) 2 3 5
(d) For candidates belonging to chronically poor areas and those desirous of joining overage categories who are from families engaged in traditional profession. This relaxation may be given at the discretion of DDG Recruiting (States) or Centre Commandants. Nil Nil 2

Note: An eligible candidate can be granted prescribed relaxations in all three measurements i.e. Height, Chest and Weight. However, he cannot claim dispensations of more than one category i.e. parental and sportsmen.

Instant Enrolment

Instant enrolment is provided into the Army as Soldier General Duty to the following through respective Regiment / Corps Training Centres:

  • One son of a battle casualty.
  • One real brother of a battle casualty, when deceased was unmarried / did not have a male child.
  • One real brother of a battle casualty provided he gets married to the deceased widow who is issueless or has no male child.
  • One real brother of a battle casualty provided he gets married to the deceased widow who has a male child but who has not attained age for enrolment.
  • One real son of the battle casualty when the battle casualty has been invalidated out of service on medical ground.

The candidates should meet age, educational qualification, physical measurement and medical standards. The concessions as applicable to the sons of servicemen / ex-servicemen in physical measurement will also be given in such cases. They will not be put through any formal test like Physical Fitness Test and written tests.

Medical Standards

  • A candidate should have robust physique and good mental health.
  • Chest should be well developed having minimum 5 cms expansion.
  • Should have normal hearing with each ear and good binocular vision in both eyes. He should be able to read 6/6 in distant vision chart with each eye. Colour vision should be CP – III (able to recognize white, red and green signal colors correctly as shown by Martin’s Lantern at 1.5 mtrs).
  • Should have sufficient number of natural healthy gum and teeth i.e. minimum 14 dental points.
  • Should not have diseases like deformity of bones, hydrocele and varicocele or piles.
  • Soldier General Duty for infantry should have 6/6 eye sight

Physical Fitness Test (PFT)

To determine the Physical Fitness Test (PFT), the following tests carrying 100 marks are held:

  • 1.6 Km Run.
  • Pull Ups.
  • Balance.
  • 9 Feet Ditch.

MARKING SYSTEM IS AS FOLLOWS

1.) 1.6 Km Run excluding Soldier General Duty.

S No Timings Group Marks
(i) Upto 5 Mins 40 Secs Group-I 60 Marks
(ii) From 5 Mins 41 Secs to 6 Mins to 20 Secs. Group-II 48 Marks
(iii) Above 6 Mins 20 Secs Fail
(iv) Provisions for Extra Time for 1.6 Km Run in Hilly Terrain.
(aa) Between 5000 Ft to 9000 Ft – Add 30 Secs to all timings.
(ab) Between 9000 Ft to 12000 Ft – Add 120 Secs to all timings.

1.6 Km Run Soldier General Duty.

S No Timings Group Marks
(i) Upto 5 Mins 40 Secs Group-I 60 Marks
(ii) From 5 Mins 41 Secs to 06 Mins. Group-II 48 Marks
(iii) Provisions for Extra Time for 1.6 Km Run in Hilly Terrain.
(aa) Between 5000 Ft to 9000 Ft – Add 30 Secs.
(ab) Between 9000 Ft to 12000 Ft – Add 120 Secs.

2.) Pull Ups.

(i) 10 and above 40 Marks.
(ii) 9 33 Marks.
(iii) 8 27 Marks.
(iv) 7 21 Marks.
(vi) 6 16 Marks.

3.) Balance. Should qualify and no marks are awarded.

4.) 9 Feet Ditch. Should qualify and no marks are awarded.

Recruitment Procedure

General As part of the screening process, candidates will be tested in Physical Fitness Tests (PFT).Physical Fitness Tests (PFT) is mandatory and will be carried out for all categories during the screening process of recruitment to assess the candidate’s physical ability and courage.

Test The following tests will be concluded under Physical Fitness Tests (PFT) :

  • 1.6 km run for Endurance.
  • Pull Ups on Beam (Under Grip) for Strength.
  • 9 feet Ditch for Courage.
  • Zig-Zag Balance for Agility.

Marking System System of awarding marks for various categories are as under:

Ser. No Category Physical Fitness Test (PFT) Maximum Marks Remarks Zig-Zag Balance 9 Feet Ditch
1.6 Km Run Pull Ups
(a) Soldier (General Duty) 60 40 Qualified Qualified
(b) Soldier Clerk / Store Keeper Technical / Technical / Nursing Assistant Qualified* Qualified # -do- -do- Candidate required to qualify only. However entries of marks obtained to be made in Manual Board Proceedings and RMDS.
(c) Tradesmen 60 40 -do- -do-
(d) Havildar Education / Havildar Survey Automated Cartographer Qualified* Qualified# -do- -do-
(e) JCO Religious Teacher Qualified $ Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable
(f) JCO Catering * Qualified* Qualified# Qualified Qualified
(g) Direct Havildar (Meritorious Sportsmen) 60 40 Qualified Qualified

* – 1.6 Km run in max 6.20 mins.
# – Min 6 Pull Ups
$ – 1.6 Km run in max 8 mins

1.6 Km Run

For Soldier General Duty Only

  • Upto 5 mins 40 secs – 60 Marks (Group I)
  • From 5 mins 41 secs to 6 mins – 48 Marks (Group II)

For All Category less Soldier General Duty Only

  • Upto 5 mins 40 secs – 60 Marks (Group I)
  • From 5 mins 41 secs to 6 mins to 20 secs – 48 Marks (Group II)
  • Above 6 mins 20 secs – Fail

Provisions for Extra Time for 1.6 Km Run for Hilly Terrain Areas

Timings applicable for conduct of 1.6 Km run in hilly terrain will be as under:

  • Upto 5000 feet – As per paragraph 4.
  • Between 5000 feet to 9000 feet – Additional 30 secs extra given to each group.
  • Between 9000 feet to 12000 feet – Additional 120 secs extra given to each group.

Pull Ups on Beam (Under Grip)

The marks for pull-ups on beam will be awarded as under:

Ser. No No of Pull Ups Marks
(i) 6 16
(ii) 7 21
(iii) 8 27
(iv) 9 33
(v) 10 40

Min 6 Pull Ups are required to be done for the candidate to pass.

Weightage in Merit

Performance of individual for Soldier General Duty, Soldier Technical / Clerk / Store Keeper Technical / Nursing Assistant and Soldier Tradesman will be taken into account while awarding bonus marks as given below:

  • Soldier General Duty – Physical Fitness Test (PFT) + Common Entrance Examination (CEE) marks
  • Soldier Technical / Clerk / Store Keeper Technical / Nursing Assistant –Common Entrance Examination (CEE) marks. However, the individual should have qualified inPhysical Fitness Test (PFT).
  • Tradesmen with Aptitude Test – 30% Physical Fitness Test (PFT) marks + 30% Common Entrance Examination (CEE) marks + 40% Tradesman Aptitude Test marks.
  • Tradesmen without Aptitude Test – 60% Physical Fitness Test (PFT) marks + 40%Common Entrance Examination (CEE) marks.
  • Tradesmen Musician – 50% Physical Fitness Test (PFT) marks + 25% Aptitude Test marks + 25% Common Entrance Examination (CEE) marks.

Havildar Education and Havildar Survey Automated Cartographer – No Weightage. However, JCO Religious Teacher / Catering / Direct Havildar Sportsman (Meritorious Sportsman) should have qualified inPhysical Fitness Test (PFT).

Aptitude Test

Aptitude Test In order to ensure that the individuals being selected in the tradesmen category are suited for the job, which they are expected to perform, it is desirable that at the screening stage itself the candidates are subjected to an aptitude test. The aptitude test is conducted for candidates of artisan and traditional trades. Aptitude proficiency test will be conducted as specified in Appx to IHQ of MoD (Army) letter No 62506/Rtg 5(OR)(A) dt 20 Sep 06. Need for adhering to the policies laid down for conducting Aptitude Tests is mandatory. For Soldier Tradesmen it is reiterated that, the physical fitness tests constitute a vital input about a soldier’s potential / aptitude.

The Screening Board will conduct Tradesmen Aptitude Test at the rally site itself, as it is a pre-requisite for the individual to qualify before he is allowed to appear in the Common Entrance Examination (CEE). Soldier Tradesman category who are declared fail in aptitude test and are in Permanent Unfit (PUF) /Temporary Unfit (TUF) category, they will not go for further review medical exam and medical slip will not be given to such candidates. This will also be applicable for Soldier Tradesman (Musician) category.

UPSC ARMY EXAMS COACHING CENTRE IN JALANDHAR

DIRECTOR : NEERAJ ANAND

ANAND CLASSES – ARMED FORCE ACADEMY, JALANDHAR

URBAN ESTATE PHASE-II, NEAR MGN SCHOOL, JALANDHAR

CONTACT NO. 9463138669, 9464645100

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