In order to join the Indian Army GD, the candidate passed 10th pass (45%) in each subject, 33% marks or higher education such as 10 + 2 or above.
According to the candidate's original document, the age group of the candidate should be between 17 ½ to 21 years.
Nationality GDP for Indian Army:
In order to take care of integrity, the Defense Government of India has set the rules of nationalism to join the Indian Army from one or the other countries. The norms of nationality are as follows.
1. All candidates in India can be a part of the Indian Army (Qualified with merit).
2. Candidates with nationality of Nepal and Bhutan may be part of the Indian Army.
3. Permanent settled Tibetan refugees in India who came to India before the first January of 1962, they can also apply.
4. One person migrated from the African country, Uganda, Pakistan, Burma United Republic of Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zaire and Ethiopia and Vietnam and the state and East African countries and permanently settled in India can also be part of the Indian Army.
Candidates coming in No. 2, 3 and 4 should have certificate (about nationalism) in their favor issued by the Government of India.
However, if a candidate relates to Nepal or Gorkha subjects, then it is not necessary that the certificate of entitlement of nationality is essential.
At all points above, the candidate should be unmarried male.
Physical Standards and Eligibility:
For the recruitment of the simplest candidates, there are sets of physical standards set up by the Indian Defense Government. The physical criteria are the following.
The candidate's height should be 167 Cm This criterion is comfortable with the field of candidates and mostly for the Gurkha candidates.
After expansion, the candidate's minimum chest should not be less than 77 cm, the minimum expansion should be 5 cm.
The candidate's weight should not be less than fifty kilograms. Candidates should be free from communicable diseases and heart, infection, surgery etc. The candidate should not have past some mental illness. The nose, ears and throat should work at all.
Indian Army GD Selection Process (Bharti) Description:
To become a soldier / soldier in the army, the following steps are required:
Step 1: Form Filling:
The very first step is to find out by contacting the Employment Newspaper, sources like Web or the nearest recruitment office of your area. The dates are then declared on the notice board and the media sources, including the number of required documents such as educational certificates, further physical activity certificates, birth certificates, character certificates, domicile and passport size photographs.
After filling all the required details and applying all the attested documents, the form is presented for the closest achievement. The next step is to be present for the admittance card, which can take information like date, time and place in relation to Bharti. As per the latest trend, you can download the admit card online and take its printout.
Step 2: Physical:
This is one of the most important steps in the entire Bharati system, in which hundred points are given based on various physical activities called Physical Fitness Test (PFT), which are later involved in activities.
Note: The data written below should be taken as standard data, and therefore these figures may be in place and time.
The primary step of the 1-mile run selection method is that each candidate needs to run approximately one mile. Less time when you cover a mile, you get extra points. Quality mark distribution is as follows:
For 60 points - 5.40 minutes.
Points for 48 - 5.41 minutes.
For 36 points - 5.51 minutes.
Points for 24 - 6.01 minutes.
The pull-ups come after a 1-mile race and therefore the second part of the physical efficiency test, the extra fluctuations made by the candidate, the additional points they can get, the quality mark distribution is as follows:
More than ten pull-ups - forty points
For 10 pull-ups - thirty two digits
For 8 pull ups - twenty eight points
7 for pull-ups - twenty-one points
6 for pull-ups - sixteen points
Balancing and jumping are the final steps of the physical fitness test because it is often a qualifying test thense, no points are given for this stage. In a general jump, a candidate needs to jump to a nine foot gap. These steps are necessary. If a candidate has obtained smart scores in the examination above 2 and he is not eligible for equal and jumping, he will be excluded.
Step 3: Medical Tests:
To join the Indian Army, a candidate must be physically fit so that he can serve his country well.One candidate has to pass several types of medical tests to join the Indian Army. Candidates should be medically fit for later points.
The candidate should not suffer from any mental illness.Candidates should not have excessive weight such as body defects.
A candidate's chest should be developed and during a good shape, should be the minimum increase of five cm during the chest measurement test.
The candidate should be free from the joint bones of bone diseases and bone; all important bone joints are examined in the entire medical test.
The ability to listen, watch and speak should be very clear. Candidates who have an ear or eye and throat disease will be rejected.
In relation to cardiovascular and vessels, the candidate should not have biological diseases. Blood pressure should also be below the threshold.
The candidate should not have any disease related to internal organs such as liver, kidneys, spleen etc., such diseases will reject you.
Urine examination is done extraly in the entire medical practice.
Your teeth should be in good condition.
Step 4: Written Examination:
If a candidate has acquired all the above given factors, then the candidate has to pass a written examination which is called the Indian Army General Duty (NER) examination. It is often a general entrance exam (CEE), which is organized for the various government job areas on the fourth Sunday of every month except March, June, September and December.
This examination consists of four sections of common knowledge, mathematics, general science, basic computer questions. For general duty analytic, there is only 1 paper in which there is a 1 hour deadline and a total of one hundred points in the total. In order to pass this examination one candidate should get minimum thirty-two points.
NOTE: C-Certificate holder candidates are not required to give this written examination, although they have to meet all other requirements mentioned in comparison to this article.