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Soldier General Duty/soldier Clerk /skt Jobs in Rewari - Indian Army

Rewari
10th Pass (SSC),12th Pass (HSE)
Last Date to Apply: 15-06-2020
Soldier General Duty/Soldier Clerk /SKT - Job Details Date of Posting: 30-04-2020

Indian Army jobs for Soldier General Duty/Soldier Clerk /SKT in Rewari


Army Recruitment Rally will be held for eligible candidate of districts of Charkhi Dadri, Rewari, Bhiwani & Mahendergarh from 01 July 2020 to 14 July 2020 at Rao Tula Ram Stadium, Rewari (Haryana). 


Soldier General Duty

Qualification: Class 10th pass with 45% marks in aggregate and 33% marks in each subject. For Boards following grading system minimum of D Grade (33-40) in individual subjects or grade which contains 33% overall aggregate of C2 Grade

Soldier Clerk /SKT

Qualification: (i) 10+2 / Intermediate Exam Pass in any stream (Arts, Commerce and Science) with 60% marks in aggregate and minimum 50% in each subject. (ii) Securing 50% in English & Maths/Accounts/ Book Keeping in Class 12th is mandatory.


How To Apply 

Army Recruitment Rally will be held for eligible candidate of districts of Charkhi Dadri, Rewari, Bhiwani & Mahendergarh from 01 July 2020 to 14 July 2020 at Rao Tula Ram Stadium, Rewari (Haryana). 

Online Registration is mandatory and will be open from 02 May 2020 to 15 June 2020

Admit cards for the rally will be sent through registered e-mail from 16 June 2020 to 30 June 2020. Candidates should reach the venue on given date and time as mentioned in the Admit Card. 


About Indian Army

The epic history of Indian Army dates back to more than ten thousand chequered years. The two epics of ‘Ramayana’ and ‘Mahabharata’ constitute the fundamental framework around which the edifice of Indian Army is built. The massive epic war ‘Mahabharata’, fought at Kurukshetra in north-central India, has left indelible imprints on the Indian psyche. Fought relentlessly for eighteen days in quest of peace, the force level described in the Epic states 18 ‘Akshaunis’, seven with the ‘Pandavas’ and eleven with the ‘Kauravas’, amounting to nearly 400,000 assorted troops fighting on chariots, horses, elephants and foot soldiers.