Agnipath Scheme: Broad Schedule Announced For Recruitment In All Three Armed Forces — Check Details

The first batch of 25,000 employees will join the training program in the first and second weeks of December and the second will join the training on February 23.

Three military services – the Armed Forces, the Marine Corps and the Air Force – on Sunday announced a comprehensive military recruiting program under the new system, Agnipath, which he said was working to reduce the military age record. Defensively defending the plan, Lieutenant General Anil Puri, secretary general of the Ministry of Military Affairs, said the reduction in age at three services had been on the table for a long time and the Kargil Review Committee had also noticed this. the same.

In order to include Agniveers in the navy, the navy headquarters will come up with a comprehensive recruitment directive on June 25, said Vice Admiral Dinesh Tripathi. The first recruiting team will join the training program on November 21, adds Tripathi.

He said men and women would be taken under the program.

Providing details of the Air Force recruiting process, Air Marshall SK Jha said the registration process will begin on June 24 and the online testing process for the first phase of recruitment will begin on July 24.

“We plan to begin training for the first cohort of students who will enter on December 30,” said Air Marshall Jha.

Announcing the military deployment plan under the plan, Lieutenant General Bansi Ponappa said the Army would issue a draft notice on Monday and subsequent notices would be issued by various recruiting agencies from July 1 onwards.

Hiring sessions under the Agnipath program will be held in India in August, September and October.

The first batch of 25,000 employees will join the training program in the first and second weeks of December. The second half of the students will join their training on February 23, added Lt Gen Ponappa.

He said 83 recruitment conventions would be organized across the country to select about 40,000 people.

The Indian Air Force on Sunday released details of the ‘Agnipath’ Central government program, outlining various aspects such as eligibility process, age limit, educational qualifications, and more.

The IAF document states that all Indians are eligible for a “new HR for Armed Forces” system, provided they are between 17.5 and 21 years old. They will have to meet certain medical qualification requirements and will have a different mark to wear on their uniforms during training.

Agniveers, as they are called, will be eligible for 30 days annual leave and sick leave in accordance with medical advice. They may enter the formal service at the end of a four-year period at the discretion of the government.

However, employees will not have the option of exemption on the job at their request, except in special cases, the IAF said. He added that people would be eligible to receive a monthly salary of Rs. 30,000 for planned annual increases, risks and hardships, clothing and travel grants and access to military health services.

The Indian Air Force on Sunday released details of the ‘Agnipath’ Central government program, outlining various aspects such as eligibility process, age limit, educational qualifications, and more.

The IAF document states that all Indians are eligible for a “new HR for Armed Forces” system, provided they are between 17.5 and 21 years old. They will have to meet certain medical qualification requirements and will have a different mark to wear on their uniforms during training.

Agniveers, as they are called, will be eligible for 30 days annual leave and sick leave in accordance with medical advice. They may enter the formal service at the end of a four-year period at the discretion of the government.

However, employees will not have the option of exemption on the job at their request, except in special cases, the IAF said. He added that people would be eligible to receive a monthly salary of Rs. 30,000 for planned annual increases, risks and hardships, clothing and travel grants and access to military health services.

The Agnipath program, announced by the Central Government on Tuesday, aims to destabilize India’s 13-lakh armed forces and reduce a defense pension bill that has been causing headaches for years.

Announcing the plan, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said “efforts are being made to make the Armed Forces profile as young as most Indians.”

“This will also lead to the availability of highly skilled workers in the economy which will help achieve productivity and overall GDP growth,” Singh said.

However, the announcement has sparked protests across the country. Protests continued for the fourth day in a row and have spread to provinces such as the Punjab and Kerala that were initially unaffected by the violence.

The protesting youth have stated that they will not receive any retirement benefits after working for four years under the scheme. In an effort to alleviate the situation, the Center on Saturday announced a number of incentives including 10% vacancy in the defense ministry and retired soldiers in Agnipath.

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