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No solution to OROP row,veterans seek President's intervention

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The govt tonight said it has "significantly narrowed down" the gaps with the agitating ex- servicemen but held out no concrete assurances over 'OROP'. 

NEW DELHI: The government tonight said it has "significantly narrowed down" the gaps with the agitating ex- servicemen but held out no concrete assurances over 'One Rank One Pension' even as the veterans sought President Pranab Mukherjee's intervention to resolve the vexed issue. "I understand that over the last few days the gap has narrowed down significantly... The principle which implements OROP we are committed to it but it has to be based on some principles," Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said. He also cautioned against raising demands which the economy cannot afford, asserting that what happened last Monday will probably happen once every month if we discard all fiscal norms and fiscal prudence. "Therefore, you have to have a more disciplined economy and therefore, those raising demands in the various segments must realise that the governments can also implement such demands as much as the state of the economy can afford. But I'd like to see people being paid more," Jaitley said at an event here, noting that one cannot have a system where pension of one segment is revised every year. "Can it happen anywhere else in the world? And then if you do it one segment you have a demonstrative effect on other segments. And then we can forget about fiscal deficits and fiscal prudence and probably what happened last Monday will probably happen once every month if we discard all fiscal norms," he added. The annual revision of pension is one of the keys demands of the ex-servicemen who are seeking implementation of OROP. Meanwhile, ex-servicemen took their 76-day-old agitation a notch higher by seeking the intervention of Mukherjee to resolve the vexed issue, stating that if any "damage or mishap happens" to those on hunger strike he and the government will be "solely responsible". In a letter to the President, who is also the Supreme Commander of the armed forces, United Front of Ex-servicemen (UFESM) said a soldier is supposed to kill enemy before laying down his life for country, "But under your rule, a soldier's life is at stake and is being wasted as he is being deprived of his legitimate dues". UFESM, an umbrella organisation of agitating veterans, noted that as many as four former soldiers, who are on fast- unto-death, have been hospitalised and that health of another ex-serviceman Havildar Major Singh, who was on an indefinite fast since August 16, was fast deteriorating. "Panel of doctors has declared that his medical condition has deteriorated to dangerous level and he needs to be hospitalised immediately to save his life," the letter, a copy of which has also been sent to PMO, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and BJP President Amit Shah, said. "Your Excellency and the Government of India will be solely responsible if any damage/mishap happens to Havildar Major Singh or any other ex-servicemen because of hunger strike," it said. The letter requested Mukherjee to instruct the government to implement OROP as per the Ministry of Defence letter dated February 26, 2014.

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OROP News

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Insulted' by government and fighting for OROP, 1965 war heroes pay homage to martyrs at Jantar Manta
r  Ex-servicemen, many of whom fought during the 1965 India-Pakistan war, boycotted the official function to mark the 50th anniversary of the war at India Gate's Amar Jawan Jyoti which was attended by President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with the three defence services chiefs. Instead of attending the government function, the veterans and war widows organised their own ceremony at Jantar Mantar where they paid tributes to the soldiers who were martyred in the war. The veterans, some of them on fast-unto-death, have been protesting for the immediate implementation of One Rank One Pension scheme for the last 75 days. Two of those protesting are Wing Commander (retired) Vinod Nebb and Colonel (Retd) VN Thapar, who are disillusioned with the government with the latter calling the official celebration of the 1965 war an insult to those who fought the war.  "It is an insult to veterans to celebrate 50th anniversary of the 1965 war at India Gate as the soldiers who have fought it are languishing here demanding their rights," said Colonel Thapar. Wing Commander (retired) Vinod Nebb, who was a young 22-year-old fighter pilot during the 1965 war, called it "a sad day in my life" as he was at Jantar Mantar protesting for OROP and not at the Amar Jawan Jyoti to pay homage to his gallant fellow soldiers who laid their lives for the country. "The system has compelled me to come here. I have come here to show solidarity with war veterans, war widows and jawans," said the 73-year-old proud former Indian Air Force officer. Wing Commander (retired) Nebb, commissioned into the IAF No, 27 Squadron (Flaming Arrows) in 1963, was just two years into the service when the war with Pakistan broke out. The fighter pilot flew a Hunter jet and shot down one Pakistani F-86 Sabre in the 1965 war and was awarded the Vir Chakra.  He shot down one Pakistani fighter jets in the 1971 war and was once again awarded the Vir Chakra. Now the veteran says he had mixed feeling about the war but was comfortable in the cockpit of his fighter jet.  A sequence of photographs clicked by Wing Commander Vinod Nebb's plane showing a Pakistani jet shot down by him during the 1965 war:   Another veteran Colonel (retired) VN Thapar who took part in the 1962 Sino-India war and also saw action in 1965 and 71 said that war veterans had been insulted by the government. Colonel (retired) VN Thapar, belonging to a family of defence personnel and whose 22-year-old son Lieutenant Vijayant Thapar of 2 Rajputana Rifles was martyred during the 1999 Kargil war with Pakistan and posthumously awarded the Vir Chakra, said while soldiers who fought in the war were languishing at Jantar Mantar, the government was celebrating. TAP Related  'Insulted' by government and fighting for OROP, 1965 war heroes pay homage to martyrs at Jantar Mantar Colonel (retired) Thapar was commissioned into the 17 Maratha Light Infantry in 1962 and served in the 14 Jammu and Kashmir Rifles from 1979 to 1981. He was awarded 15 medals for his gallantry and distinguished service and also received Chief of Army Staff commendation in the 1965 war. But frustrated with the government's reluctance to implement the OROP, the officer returned his medals to the President of India in 2013.

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Govt fillings small gaps' in orop:Parikkar

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The Prime Minister’s Office is “directly involved” in the efforts to resolve the One-Rank-One-Pension (OROP) issue and the government is working to fill in the “small gaps” in it, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said today said. He also said that some time should be given to resolve the matter. “Now the small gaps are being filled. Give it some time for completion. In principle, the Prime Minister on August 15 (Independence Day speech) has given an approval. Now, PMO is directly involved...then by saying that do it in these many days will not help.  “All efforts are being made to solve the issue,” Parrikar told reporters here on the sidelines of an event. Talks between agitating ex-servicemen and the government failed to make a headway yesterday in resolving sticky issues for OROP implementation. Asked about the shelling on the border by the Pakistani forces, the Defence Minister said the security forces are on “alert” and taking action. Earlier, addressing a conference, he said the defence industry can give a boost to the ‘Make in India’ campaign through micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). “More than 40 per cent of India’s engineering exports are through MSMEs. But for them the defence sector is like a hurdle due to stringent conditions because if one has to export goods, they have to be first sold locally. One has to develop the product first. “I have got letters from over 30 owners of MSMEs expressing their frustration that they have spent crores on technology, but that is not being used,” Parrikar told the India MSME Expo and Summit 2015. He said that “flexibility” needs to be brought into the procurement process and his ministry will bring amendments in the Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP). Batting for a greater role for MSMEs, Parrikar said it was important to give them a boost ”...if a war erupts it is the local industry a country needs to rely on rather than a foreign one”.

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OROP row: Veterans walk out of meet with Army Chief

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New Delhi | Updated: August 28, 2015 10:43 am Comments (47)  Ex-servicemen during their protest over the delay in implementation of ‘One Rank, One Pension’ (OROP) at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi. (Source: PTI) The government’s efforts to break the deadlock over the demand for implementation of the One Rank-One Pension (OROP) scheme saw another failure on Thursday night. During a meeting with Army Chief General Dalbir Singh, the ex-servicemen’s representatives walked out over disagreement regarding the proposed annual hike in pension and the date of implementation of the revised pensions. The veterans also threatened to intensify their agitation. Some of them have already rejected the government’s invitation for celebrations marking 50 years of the 1965 war, which begin Friday.

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OROP Latest by 27/08/2015 at 0800hrs PM

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OROP row: Modi govt should let Pay Commission decide best possible formula The four-month extension of the 7th Pay Commission may prove to be a breather for the PM Narendra Modi government in its efforts to settle the One Rank One Pension (OROP) issue besides providing more time to look..  While Prime Minister Narendra Modi has accepted the OROP, in principle, it would be a good idea to let the 7th Pay Commission find a way to implement it in a manner that is practical in terms of bearing its burden and a reasonable linking of the pensions of the past and future retirees. (Reuters)  The four-month extension of the 7th Pay Commission may prove to be a breather for the PM Narendra Modi government in its efforts to settle the One Rank One Pension (OROP) issue besides providing more time to look at the ways to generate additional money required to fund the pay-hike burden of the central government employees due to the Commission’s recommendations. The government would do well by referring the OROP issue to the 7th Pay Commission quickly — the thought is already floating in the top government circles — as its recommendations will have a bearing on the demand of the defence veterans as salary and pension hikes for the current employees would mean that the gap between the pension of those who have retired earlier and those retiring from next year onwards will widen further even if they held the same rank. In fact, the OROP was dropped in 1973 following the 3rd Central Pay Commission recommendations, and the demand for reinstating it has been there since then.

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Onam greetings

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Communication satellite GSAT - 6

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An Indian rocket with over two tonne communication satellite GSAT-6, which has several strategic applications, blasted off from the Sriharikota spaceport here on Thursday. Precisely at 4.52 p.m., the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Development 5 (GSLV D6) rose from the second launch pad here at Satish Dhawan Space Centre. The 49.1 metre tall rocket weighing 416 tonnes would sling the 2,117 kg GSAT-6 communication satellite in the geosynchronous transfer orbit (GTO) around 17 minutes into the flight. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scientists at the mission control centre here watched their monitors intently to see the rocket's progress. One of the crucial rocket engines is the cryogenic engine, more efficient as it provides more thrust for every kilogram of propellant burnt, designed and developed by ISRO. This is the GSLV rocket with domestically-built cryogenic engine that is flown after nearly a year, in its second mission during the last five years after two such rockets failed in 2010. One of the failed GSLV rockets flew with an Indian cryogenic engine and the other with a Russian engine. The GSLV is a three stage/engine rocket. The core of first stage is fired with solid fuel while the four strap-on motors by liquid fuel. The second is the liquid fuel and the third is the cryogenic engine. For the country, ISRO perfecting the cryogenic engine technology is crucial as precious foreign exchange can be saved by launching communication satellites on its own. Currently ISRO flies its heavy communication satellites by European space agency Ariane. India pays around Rs.500 crore as launch fee for sending up a 3.5 tonne communication satellite. The satellite cost is separate. The ISRO can send smaller communication satellites - weighing around two tonnes - till such time it gets ready an advanced GSLV variant-GSLV-Mark III that can lug satellites weighing around four tonnes.

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PM congratulated scientists of GSAT- 6

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Prime Minister's Office 27-August, 2015 17:43 IST PM congratulates ISRO for the successful launch of GSAT-6 Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, has congratulated scientists at the Indian Space Research Organisation for the successful launch of GSAT-6. "Another day and another phenomenal accomplishment by our scientists. Congratulations ISRO for the successful launch of GSAT-6," the Prime Minister said. *** AKT/MV (Release ID :126387)

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7th Pay commission latest news

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Cabinet clears four-month extension to 7th Central Pay Commission Set up by the UPA government in February 2014, the 7th Central Pay Commission was to make its recommendations within 18 months. Its term would have expired on August 27. By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: August 26, 2015 7:35 pm Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on google_plusone_share Comments (11) The Union Cabinet today cleared a four-month extension to the term of the 7th Central Pay Commission today. Set up by the UPA government in February 2014, the 7th Central Pay Commission was to make its recommendations within 18 months. Its term would have expired on August 27.  “In view of its volume of work and intensive stake-holders’ consultations, the 7th Central Pay Commission had made a request to the Government for a four month extension up to December 31, 2015,” a government statement said. Constituted almost every 10 years, the Pay Commission’s main task is to revise the pay scale of its employees. The recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission—slated to come into effect from January 1, 2016, would impact around 48 lakh central government employees and 55 lakh pensioners. The Commission has already completed discussions with various stakeholders, including organisations, federations, groups representing civil employees as well as Defence services and is in the process of finalising its recommendations.

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One rank one pension latest news

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NEW DELHI: Hopes are high for a resolution to the deadlock over increased pensions for veterans as early as Thursday but all demands put forward by ex-servicemen may not be met. While hectic negotiations are on, at least two sticking points still remain, including the question of arrears worth over Rs 12,000 crore that may have to be paid if the One Rank One Pension (OROP) demand is met with effect from April 2014. While several 'solutions' are being suggested, the bigger sticking point seems to be the annual increment of 3% in pensions that is being demanded by veterans. Follow @ETDefence Twitter handle for comprehensive coverage on other buzzing Defence stories Discussions are likely to go on late Wednesday night with a possible announcement on Thursday, sources said. It is also learnt that while contemplating the issue from all angles, including fiscal prudence, the government may end up being more generous to soldiers than to officers, who draw higher pensions. "Soldiers draw much lesser pensions and their condition on certain cases is pretty bad. The government is aware that theirs is a more pressing need," sources aware of discussions on the subject said. There is a danger however of veteran organisations leading the protest seeing any such move as a way of driving a wedge between retired soldiers and officers. Veterans are also not budging from their demand that OROP has to be implemented with effect from April 2014, as was announced by the BJP government after it came to power. On the question of arrears, a formula has been suggested by veterans in case the government is unable to pay up due to financial difficulties. "There is a way out. War widows and veterans above the age of 80 be given arrears in cash while the rest can be issued government bonds in case the financial situations demands it. The government, however, should not go back on its promise of implementing it from April 2014," sources said.

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ARMY - Officers Selection - Entry Schemes Men

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ARMY - Eligibility Criteria for Recruitment Process

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Minimum Educational Qualification and Age Criteria

Ser. NoCategoryEducationAge
(1)Soldier (General Duty) (All Arms)SSLC / Matric with 45% marks in aggregate and 32% in each subject. No percentage considered in case candidate has passed higher qualification ie 10+2 and above.17 ½ - 21 Yrs
(2)Soldier (Technical) (Technical Arms, Artillery, Army Air Defence)10+2 / Intermediate Exam Pass in Science with Physics, Chemistry, Maths and English with 50% marks in aggregate and 40% in each subject. (simple pass in 10+2 with requisite subjects is acceptable upto 31 Mar 2013).17 ½ - 23 Yrs
(3)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/Accts/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
(4)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
(5)Soldier Tradesmen (All Arms)10th / ITI (except Syce. Mess Keeper and House Keeper-who may be 8th pass).17 ½ - 23 Yrs
(6)Soldier General Duty (Matric Simple Pass) (All Arms)10th Simple pass.17 ½ - 21Yrs
(7)Survey Automated Cartographer (Engineers)BA/BSc with Maths. Must have also passed 12thclass(10+2) or equivalent with Maths and Science as main subjects.20-25 Yrs
(8)Junior Commissioned Officer Religious Teacher (All Arms)Graduate in any discipline. In addition requisite qualification in his own religious denomination.27-34 Yrs
(9)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 Technology from a recognized University / Food Craft Institute. AICTE recognition is not mandatory.21-27 Yrs
(10)Havildar Education (Army Education Corps)Group X - MA / MSc / MCA or BA / BSc / BCA / BSc (IT) with B Ed Group Y - BSc /BA / BCA / B Sc (IT) (w/o B Ed.)20-25 Yrs

Standard Minimum Height, Unexpanded Chest and Weight of Recruits at the Time of Enrolment for All Categories

The entire country has been divided into six regions namely; Western Plains Region, Eastern Plains Region, Central Region, Southern Region, Western Himalayan Region and Eastern Himalayan Region. The minimum physical standards for the various regions are as follows:
RegionsStatesHeight (Cms)ChestWeight
Soldier General Duty & TradesmenSoldier Technical / Nursing AssistantClerk / Store Keeper Technical(Cms)(Kgs)
Western Himalayan Region
Jammu & Kashmir, Himanchal Pradesh, Punjab Hills (Area South and West ofthe Inter State Border between Himachal Pradesh and Punjab and North and East ofRoad Mukerian, Hoshiarpur, Garh Shankar, Ropar and Chandigarh), Garhwal and Kumaon (Uttarakhand)
1661631627748
Eastern Himalayan RegionSikkim, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Assam and Hill Region of West Bengal (Gangtok, Darjeeling and Kalimpong Districts)1601571607748
Western Plains RegionPunjab, Haryana, Chandigarh,Delhi, Rajasthan and WesternUttar Pradesh (Meerut and Agra Division)1701701627750
Eastern Plains RegionEastern Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Orissa1691691627750
Central RegionMadhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Dadar, Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu168167162*7750
Southern RegionAndhra Pradesh, Karnataka,Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Goa and Puducherry1661651627750
* Dispensation in chest measurement of 01 cm has been granted for Soldier Technical category in the Central Region.

Special Physical Standards

Minimum physical standards as given below will apply to the followings:
Ser. NoPhysical StandardsHeight (Cms)Chest (Cms)Weight (Kgs)
(a)Ladakhi1577750
(b)Gorkhas both Nepalese and Indian1607748
(c)Candidates from Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep Group including Minicoy:
(i) Settlers1657750
(ii) Locals1557750
(d)Tribals of recognized tribal areas1627748
(e)The Brigade of Guards1737750
(f)Medium Artillery1707750
(g)Corps of Military Police1737750
*(h)Clerk (Staff Duty) / Store Keeper Technical1627750
(j)RT JCO1607750
(k)Soldier TradesmenMinimum physical standards of the regions given above, minus 1 Cm chest and 2 Kg weight. Ht criteria would be at par with Soldier (General Duty) as relevant to the region.
(l)JCO Catering (ASC) / Survey Automated Cartographer (Engineers) / Havildar EducationAs applicable to soldier General Duty for various regions.
Note:* Regional physical standards lower than the standards laid down in Paragraph 2(h) above will be applicable to clerical candidates belonging to those region.

Relaxations in Physical Standards

The following categories will be permitted relaxations in physical standards as mentioned against each:
Ser. NoPhysical StandardsHeight (Cms)Chest (Cms)Weight (Kgs)
(a)Son of Serving (SOS), Soldier / Ex-Servicemen (SOEX), Son-in-Law of a War Widow (SOWW) and Widow of Ex-Servicemen Adopted Son/Son-in-Law of a War Widow, if she has no son and including a legally adopted son of serving Soldier / Ex-Servicemen212
(b)Outstanding Sportsmen (National / State & those who represented District / College / School in State / University / Board Championship & earned 1st/ 2ndposition)235
(c)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 CommandantsNILNIL2

Dispensation in Educational Qualification for SOLDIER (General Duty) CATEGORY

The following have been granted dispensation : (Effective from 01 Oct 2010 to 31 Mar 2013)

Class X Simple Pass (instead of 45% aggregate and 32% in each subject)
  • Jammu & Kashmir State. (Less Jammu, Sambha & Kathua district) and Ladakh Region including Kargil District.
  • Uttarakhand State. Batwari Tehsil of Uttarkashi district, Okhimath Tehsil of Rudraprayag distt, Joshimath Tehsil of Chamoli district, Berinag, Didihat, Dharchula and Munsiari Tehsils of Pithoragarh district.
  • Himachal Pradesh. Dist of Kinnaur, Lahul – Spiti.
  • Gujarat State. Rapar and Lakhpat Tehsils of Kutch district.
  • North East States. State of Assam, Tripura and Meghalaya.
  • Rajasthan State. Jaisalmer and Barmer District and Shergarh, Osian and Phalaudi Tehsils of Jodhpur district.
  • Punjab State. Candidates from Punjab who are domiciled within aerial distance of 20 Kms from the International Border (IB).
  • Andaman & Nicobar Group of Islands. Settlers.
  • Class / Community. All Gorkhas (Nepalese and Indian).
Class VIII pass
  • Jammu & Kashmir State. Ladakh Region including Kargil district.
  • Sikkim State.
  • Andaman & Nicobar Group of Islands. Tribals and Aboriginals.
  • Lakshadweep & Nicobar Group of Islands.
  • North East States. States of Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh.
  • Class / Community. Scheduled Tribes from all States of India.

Grant of Additional Bonus Marks

The following Bonus Marks will be awarded on qualifying in the written examination to under mentioned categories :
Ser. NoCategorySoldier (General Duty) (Total Maximum Marks 200)Soldier Clerk / Store Keeper Technical, Sol Technical, Soldier Nursing Assistant (Total Maximum Marks 150)Tradesmen (Total maximum Marks 200)
(a)Son of Serving (SOS) /Soldier / Ex-Servicemen(SOEX) /Son-in-Law of a War Widow(SOWW) / Son of Widow (SOW) (One son only)20 Marks20 Marks20 Marks
(b)Sportsmen (National / State level)20 Marks20 Marks20 Marks
(c)NCC 'A' Certificate05 Marks05 Marks05 Marks
(d)NCC 'B' Certificate10 Marks10 Marks10 Marks
(e)NCC 'C' CertificateExempted from CEE15 MarksExempted from CEE
(f)Candidates having O+ level Computer Certificate issued by the DOEACC Society--15 Marks (For Soldier Clerk / Store Keeper Technical only)--

Note :

  • The above marks are fixed depending upon the eligibility of a candidate and has no relation to his performance in Common Entrance Examination (CEE).
  • Only one type of Bonus Marks (Max of the permissible) will be added to the total. To elaborate, for Soldier General Duty, son of Ex-servicemen with NCC`B’ Certificate will get 20 Marks only and not 20+10 = 30 Marks.

Details Of HQ Recruiting Zones And Army Recruiting Offices (AROs)

Ser. NoHQ Recruiting ZoneSTATE, UNION TERRITORY AND DISTRICTS
HQ RECRUITING ZONE, AMBALAHARYANA , (EXCEPT DISTRICTS OF GURGAON, FARIDABAD, MEWAT AND PALWAL) HIMANCHAL PRADESH AND CHANDIGARH
HARYANA (Except Districts of Gurgaon, Faridabad, Mewat and Palwal)
1.RO (HQ), AmbalaDistricts of Ambala, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Union Terriroty of Chandigarh, Yamunanagar, Panchkula.
2.Army Recruiting Office, RohtakDistricts of Rohtak, Sonipat, Jhajjar and Panipat.
3.Army Recruiting Office, HissarDistricts of Hissar, Sirsa, Jind, Fatehabad and Kaithal.
4.Army Recruiting Office, Charkhi DadriDistricts of Mohindergarh, Bhiwani and Rewari.
HIMACHAL PRADESH
5.Army Recruiting Office, PalampurDistricts of Chamba and Kangra.
6.Army Recruiting Office, HamirpurDistricts of Hamirpur, Una and Bilaspur.
7.Army Recruiting Office, ShimlaDistricts of Shimla, Solan, Sirmaour and Kinnaur.
8.Army Recruiting Office, MandiDistricts of Mandi, Kullu and Lahaul Spiti Sub Division.
HQ RECRUITING ZONE, BANGALOREKARNATAKA, KERALA AND UNION TERRITORY OF MAHE & LAKSHADWEEP
KARNATAKA
9.RO (HQ), BangaloreDistricts of Bangalore Urban, Bangalore Rural, Kolar, Chamrajnagar, Mysore, Mandya, Tumkur, Ramanagara, Chikaballapura, Bagalkot, Gadag and Haveri.
10.Army Recruiting Office, BelgaumDistricts of Belgaum, Bidar, Gulbarga, Raichur, Bellary, Koppal and Yadgir.
11.Army Recruiting Office, MangaloreDistricts of Chikmagalur, Dakshina Kannada, Uttar Kannada, Hassan, Kodagu, Shimoga, Udupi, Chitradurga, Davangere, Bijapur and Dharwad.
12.Army Recruiting Office, TrivandrumDistricts of Trivandrum, Kollam, Alleppey, Ernakulam, Kottayam, Idukki and Pathanamthitta.
13.Army Recruiting Office, CalicutDistricts of Calicut, Kasargod, Palghat, Malapuram, Wynad, Cannanore, Trichur and UTs Mahe and Lakshadweep.
HQ RECRUITING ZONE, CHENNAITAMILNADU, ANDHRA PRADESH, UT OF PUDUCHERRY AND ANDAMAN & NICOBAR GROUP OF ISLANDS)
TAMIL NADU
14.RO (HQ), ChennaiDistricts of Chennai, Tiruvallur, Kancheepuram, Vellore, Cuddalore, Viluppuram and Tiruvannamalai.UNION TERRITORY of Puducherry. District of Puducherry.Andaman and Nicobar Group of Islands. District of Andaman and Nicobar.
15.Army Recruiting Office, TiruchirapalliDistrict of Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Ariyalur, Thanjaavur, Ramanathapuram, Tirunvelli, Pudukottai, Sivaganga, Virudhunagar, Thoothukudi (Tuticorin), Kanniyakumari, Nagapattinam and Thiruvarur.UNION TERRITORY of Puducherry. District of Karaikal
16.Army Recruiting Office, CoimbatoreDistrict of Coimbatore, Salem, Namakkal, The Nilgiris, Madurai, Theni, Dharamapuri, Erode, Dindigul, Krishnagiri and Tirpuppur.
ANDHRA PRADESH
17.Army Recruiting Office, SecunderabadDistrict of Adilabad, Hyderabad, Karimnagar, Mehbubnagar, Medak, Nalgonda, Nizamabad, Warangal, Khammam and Ranga Reddy.
18.Army Recruiting Office, GunturDistricts of Guntur, Cuddapah, Kurnool, Nellore, Prakasham, Anantapur and Chittoor.
19.Army Recruiting Office, VishakapatnamDistricts of Vishakapatnam, Srikakulam, East and West Godawari, Vizainagaram and Krishna (Vijaywada).UNION TERRITORY of Puducherry. Districts of Yanam.
HQ RECRUITING ZONE, DANAPURBIHAR AND JHARKHAND
BIHAR
20.RO (HQ), DanapurDistricts of Patna, Bhojpur, Vaishali, Saran (Chhapra), Buxer, Siwan and Gopalganj.
21.Army Recruiting Office, MuzaffarpurDistricts of Muzaffarpur, Dharbhanga, Madhubani, East and West Champaran, Sitamarhi, Samastipur and Sheohar.
22.Army Recruiting Office, GayaDistricts of Gaya, Aurangabad, Nawada, Nalanda, Rohtas, Kaimur (Bhabua), Jahanabad, Sekhpura, Lakhi Sarai, Arwal and Jamui.
23.Army Recruiting Office, KatiharDistricts of Katihar, Saharsha (Kosi), Bhagalpur, Munger, Madhepura, Purnea, Banka, Araria, Kishanganj, Supaul, Khagaria and Begusarai.
JHARKHAND
24.Army Recruiting Office, RanchiDistricts of Ranchi, East and West Singhbhum, Dhanbad, Hazaribagh, Giridhih, Gumla, Lohardaga, Chatra, Bokaro, Koderma, Deoghar, Dumka, Jamtada, Saraikela, Simdega, Godda, Sahebgang, Pakur, Jamtara, Palamu, Garwah, Latehar and Khunti.
HQ RECRUITING ZONE, JABALPURMADHYA PRADESH AND CHHATTISGARH
MADHYA PRADESH
25.RO (HQ), JabalpurDistricts of Jabalpur, Shahdol, Mandla, Balaghat, Rewa, Satna, Narsinghpur, Seoni, Sidhi, Katni, Dindori, Umaria, Annupur, Panna and Damoh.
26.Army Recruiting Office, GwaliorDistricts of Gwalior, Bhind, Morena, Datia, Shivpuri, Sheopur, Guna, Tikamgarh, Chhatarpur and Ashok Nagar.
27.Army Recruiting Office, MhowDistricts of Indore, Dewas, Jhabua, Mandsaur, Ratlam, Dhar, Ujjain, Neemuch, Burhanpur, Badwani, Khargone and Khandwa.
28.Army Recruiting Office, BhopalDistricts of Bhopal, Sehore, Raisen, Saugor, Harda, Chhindwara, Betul, Hoshangabad, Vidisha, Rajgarh and Shajapur.
CHHATISGARH
29.Army Recruiting Office, RaipurDistricts of Raipur, Raigarh, Sarguja, Rajnandgaon, Korba, Dhamtari, Durg, Bilaspur, Baster, Mahasamund, Jangir Champa, Jashpur, Dantewada, Kanker, Kawardha, Korea Champa and Bijapur.
HQ RECRUITING ZONE, JAIPURRAJASTHAN
30.RO (HQ), JaipurDistricts of Jaipur, Nagaur, Sikar and Tonk.
31.Army Recruiting Office, AlwarDistricts of Alwar, Bharatpur, Dausa, Dholpur, Karauli and Sawaimadhopur.
32.Army Recruiting Office, JhujhunuDistricts of Jhunjhunu, Churu, Hanumangarh, Bikaner, Sriganganagar and Jaisalmer.
33.Army Recruiting Office, JodhpurDistricts of Jodhpur, Pali, Sirohi, Jalaur, Barmer, Udaipur, Dungarpur and Banswara.
34.Army Recruiting Office, KotaDistricts of Kota, Bundi, Chittorgarh, Baren, Rajsamand, Jhalwar, Ajmer and Bhilwara.
HQ RECRUITING ZONE, JALANDHARPUNJAB AND JAMMU & KASHMIR
PUNJAB
35.RO (HQ), JalandharDistricts of Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur, Kapurthala and Nawashahar.
36.Army Recruiting Office, AmritsarDistricts of Amritsar, Gurdaspur and Tarn Taran.
37.Army Recruiting Office, FerozpurDistricts of Ferozpur, Faridkot, Bhatinda and Muktsar.
38.Army Recruiting Office, PatialaDistricts of Patiala, Sangur, Fatehgarh Sahib and Mansa.
39.Army Recruiting Office, LudhianaDistricts of Ludhiana, Rupnagar, SAS Nagar (Mohali) and Moga.
JAMMU & KASHMIR
40.Army Recruiting Office, JammuDistricts of Jammu, Kathua, Poonch, Udhampur, Doda, Rajouri, Samba, Ramban, Reasi and Kistwar.
41.Army Recruiting Office, SrinagarDistricts of Srinagar, Anantnag, Baramula, Pulwama, Badgam, Kupwara, Kargil, Leh, Sopian, Ganderbal, Bandipora and Padam.
HQ RECRUITING ZONE, KOLKATAWEST BENGAL, SIKKIM AND ORISSA
WEST BENGAL
42.RO (HQ), KolkataDistricts of 24 Parganas (South), Kolkata, Midnapore (both East and West) and Howrah.
43.Army Recruiting Office, SiliguriDistricts of Cooch Behar, Jalpaiguri, Uttar Dinajpur, Dakshin Dinajpur, Malda, Darjeeling & State of Sikkim.
44.Army Recruiting Office, Barrackpore CanttDistricts of 24 Parganas (North), Hoogly, Bankura and Purulia.
45.Army Recruiting Office, BehramporeDistricts of Murshidabad, Burdwan, Nadia and Birbhum.
ORISSA
46.Army Recruiting Office, CuttackDistricts of Cuttack, Puri, Balasore, Mayurbhanj, Bhadrak, Jagatsinghpur, Jajpur, Kendrapara, Khurda and Nayagarh.
47.Army Recruiting Office, SambalpurDistricts of Sambalpur, Keonjhar, Sundergarh, Bargarh, Angul, Deogarh, Jharsugura, Sonapur, Bolangir and Dhenkanal.
48.Army Recruiting Office, Gopalpur CanttDistricts of Kalahandi, Koraput, Boudh, Gajapati, Malkangiri, Nowapada, Nowrangpur, Kandhamal (Bhulbani) Rayagada and Ganjam.
HQ RECRUITING ZONE, LUCKNOWUTTAR PRADESH AND UTTARAKHAND
UTTAR PRADESH
49.RO (HQ), LucknowDistricts of Lucknow, Gonda, Unnao, Kanpur Dehat, Barabanki, Kanpur Nagar, Fatehpur, Hamirpur, Mahoba, Banda, Chitrakut, Ambedkar Nagar, Auraiya and Kannauj.
50.Army Recruiting Office, MeerutDistricts of Meerut, Saharanpur, Bijnor, Muzaffarnagar, Ghaziabad, Bulandshahar, Bagpat, Gautam Buddh Nagar, Jyotiba Phule Nagar, Moradabad and Rampur.
51.Army Recruiting Office, BareillyDistricts of Bareilly, Badaun, Pilibhit, Shahjahanpur, Hardoi, Sitapur, Lakhimpur Khiri, Farrukhabad, Bahraich, Shravasti and Balrampur.
52.Army Recruiting Office, AgraDistricts of Agra, Mathura, Etawah, Jhansi, Jalaun, Firozabad, Lalitpur, Mainpuri, Maha Maya Nagar, Etah and Aligarh.
53.Army Recruiting Office, VaranasiDistricts of Mirzapur, Varanasi, Jaunpur, Ghazipur, Sant Ravi Das Nagar, Azamgarh, Balia, Gorakhpur, Mau, Sonbhadra, Chandauli and Deoria.
54.Army Recruiting Office, AmethiDistricts of Raebareli, Allahabad, Pratapgarh, Koshambi, Ambedkar Nagar, Faizabad, Sultanpur, Basti, Sant Kabir Nagar, Sidharth Nagar, Kushinagar, and Maharajganj.
UTTARAKHAND
55.Army Recruiting Office, LansdowneDistricts of Tehri Garhwal, Uttarkashi, Rudra Prayag, Chamoli, Dehradun, Pauri Garhwal and Haridwar.
56.Army Recruiting Office, AlmoraDistricts of Almora, Bageshwar, Udham Singh Nagar and Nainital.
57.Army Recruiting Office, PithoragarhDistricts of Pithoragarh and Chambhawat.
HQ RECRUITING ZONE, PUNEMAHARASHTRA, GUJARAT AND UNION TERRITORIES OF DAMAN, DIU, DADAR AND NAGAR HAVELI AND GOA
MAHARASHTRA
58.RO (HQ), PuneDistricts of Pune, Ahmednagar, Osmanabad, Beed and Latur.
59.Army Recruiting Office, MumbaiDistricts of Mumbai, Thane, Nasik, Mumbai, Suburb and Raigad.
60.Army Recruiting Office, NagpurDistrict of Nagpur, Wardha, Bhandara, Yavatmal, Akola, Amaravati, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Gondia and Washim.
61.Army Recruiting Office, KolhapurDistrict of Satara, Kolhapur, Sangli, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Sholapur and State of Goa.
62.Army Recruiting Office, AurangabadDistricts of Aurangabad, Parbhani, Nanded, Jalna, Buldana, Hingoli, Nandurbar, Dhule and Jalgaon.
GUJARAT
63.Army Recruiting Office, AhmedabadDistricts of Baroda, Ahmedabad, Kheda, Surat, Valsad, Bharuch, Mehsana, Sabarkantha, Anand, Dahod, Narmada, Navasari, Patan, Panchmahal, Dang, Banaskanatha, Gandhinagar and Tapi. Daman (Union Territory) & Dadra & Nagar Haveli (UT)
64.Army Recruiting Office, JamnagarDistricts of Rajkot, Jamnagar, Amreli, Bhavnagar, Junagarh, Bhuj, Surendranagar and Porbandar. Diu (Union Territory)
HQ RECRUITING ZONE, SHILLONGASSAM, MEGHALAYA, ARUNACHAL PRADESH, NAGALAND, MANIPUR AND TRIPURA
65.RO (HQ), ShillongMEGHALAYA Districts of East Khasi Hills, West Khasi Hills, Jaintia Hills, Ri Bhoi, East GARO Hills, South GARO Hills and West GARO Hills. ASSAM Morigaon, Nagaon and Sonitpur.
66.Army Recruiting Office, JorhatARUNACHAL PRADESH Districts of West and East Siang, Dibang, Valley, Lohit, Tirap, Changland, Lower Subansiri, Upper Subansiri, Tawang, East Kameng, West Kameng, Upper Siang, Kurung Kamang, Papumpare, Anjan Hawai and Lower Dibang Valley. ASSAM. Jorhat, Tinsukia, Sibsagar, Dhemaji, North Lakhimpur, Dibrugarh, Golaghat and Karbi Anglong.
67.Army Recruiting Office, NarangiASSAMDistricts of Barpeta, Goalpara, Darrang, Kamrup, Nalbari, Kokrajhar, Dhubri, Bongaigaon, Baksa, Udalguri and Chirang.
68.Army Recruiting Office, RangapaharNAGALAND. Districts of Kohima, Phek, Mon, Zunheboto, Wokha, Mokouchung, Tuensang, Dimapur, Pern, Kephere and Longleng. MANIPUR. Ukhrul, Bishnupur, Thoubal, Churachandpur, Tamenglong, Senapati, Chandel, Imphal East and Imphal West
69.Army Recruiting Office, SilcharASSAM. Districts of Cachar, North Cachar Hills, Karimganj and Hailakandi. TRIPURA. West Tripura, North Tripura, South Tripura and Dhalai.
70.Army Recruiting Office, AizawlMIZORAM. Districts of Aizawl, Lunglei, Mamit, Chhimtuipui, Lawngtalai, Champai, Serchhip and Kolasib.
GRD KUNRAGHAT (GORAKHPUR)NEPAL
71.GRD, KunraghatAnchals of Mahakali, Seti, Bheri, Rapti, Karnali, Dhaulagiri, Lumbini, Gandaki, Narayani and Bagmati of Nepal.
72.GRD, GhoomNNG from Eastern Nepal to include Anchals of Janakpur, Sagarmatha, Koshi, Mechi & ING from Darjeeling District (Except Kalimpong Sub Division).
INDEPENDENT RECRUITING OFFICE (IRO), DELHI CANTTDELHI AND DISTRICTS OF GURGAON, FARIDABAD, MEWAT AND PALWAL OF HARYANA STATE
73.Independent Recruiting Office (IRO), Delhi CanttDELHI. State of Delhi. HARYANADistricts of Gurgaon, Faridabad, Mew

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