Indian Army Recruitment for 152 Religious Teachers (JCO) Vacancy – Apply Online
|Indian Army Recruitment for 152 Religious Teachers (JCO) Vacancy: – Indian Army has released its notification for recruitment of 152 Religious Teachers as Junior Commissioned Officers for RRT 88, 89 & 90 courses Posts. If you want to make a career with the Indian Army Recruitment, then this is your chance. Apply for this Recruitment and make the most of this opportunity.
|Posts:||Religious Teachers as JCO for RRT 88, 89 & 90 courses.|
|Total posts:||152 Posts.|
|Age Limit:||Between 25 to 34 years.|
|Last date:||29 October 2019.|
|Salary:||Rs.56,100/- to 1,77,500/- per month.|
|Job Location:||All India.|
|Note:||Only Male candidates can apply.|
Vacancy details of Indian Army Recruitment: –
Total Vacancy: – 152 Posts.
Name of post: – JCO (Religious Teachers).
Eligibility Criteria for Indian Army Recruitment: –
Educational Qualification: – The minimum educational qualification for appointment to this special list of Junior Commissioned Officers (Religious Teacher) will be a Graduate in any discipline from a recognized university. In addition, candidate must possess following qualification according to the religious denomination of the individual: –
(i) Pandit and Pandit (Gorkha) for Gorkha Regiment: Hindu candidates with Acharya in Sanskrit OR Shastri in Sanskrit with one-year diploma in „Karam Kand‟.
(ii) Granthi: Sikh candidates with „Gyani‟ in Punjabi.
(iii) Maulvi and Maulvi (Shia) for Ladakh Scouts: Muslim candidates with Maulvi Alim in Arabic or Adib Alim in Urdu.
(iv) Padre: Any person who have been ordained priesthood by the appropriate ecclesiastical authority and is still on the approved list of the local Bishop.
(v) Bodh Monk (Mahayana): Any person who have been ordained Monk/Buddhist Priest, by the Appropriate Authority. The term Appropriate Authority will mean Head Priest of the Monastery where the person has been initiated into priesthood. The head priest should be in possession of Geshe (PhD) of Khampa or Lopon or Rabjam with proper certificate from Monastery.
Note: – The above mandatory education qualifications should be acquired by individuals from recognized universities. All the above eligibility criteria are common for In-service and Civil Candidates.
Age Limit: – Age Limit. The age bracket in respect of Civilian and In-Service Candidates would not below 25 years of age and not above 34 years of age on 01 Oct 2020 (i.e. candidates born between 01 Oct 1986 and 30 Sep 1995 inclusive of both dates).
Application fee: – There is no Application fee for Indian Army Religious Teachers Vacancy 2019.
Selection Process: – As per candidate’s performance in Physical Test, Practical Test & Written Examination.
Medical Standard: –
(a) A candidate should have robust physique and mental health, chest should be well developed having minimum 5 cm expansion, should have normal hearing with each ear, should have sufficient number of natural teeth, i.e. 14 dental points with healthy gums. Candidate should not have diseases like deformity of bones, hydrocele, varicose veins or piles.
(b) Serving combatants or Remustering candidates must be in medical category SHAPE-1. Remustering candidates will be exempted from recruiting medical examination at the time of recruiting rally. A certificate indicating medical category duly signed by Army Medical Authority where individual is serving and countersigned by the Commanding Officer of the unit will be submitted by the candidate.
Physical Standard and Fitness Test: –
Note: – If you have any query regarding selection process then you must see the notification and read carefully.
How to apply: – The candidates can apply online application through the website http://www.joinindianarmy.nic.in/default.aspx from 30 September 2019 to 29 October 2019.
Important dates for Indian Army Vacancy: –
- Starting date for online application – 30 September 2019.
- Last date for online application – 29 October 2019.
Official Notification for Indian Army Vacancy: –
About Indian Army Recruitment.
The Indian Army is the land-based branch and the largest component of Indian Armed Forces. The President of India is the Supreme Commander of the Indian Army, and it is commanded by the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), who is a four-star general.