We provide Coaching for ARMY Soldier (General Duty). ATULYA Academy is the best coaching center for Indian Army. Indian ARMY Soldier (General Duty) selection procedure followed by Indian Army has been detailed below.
Indian Army Soldier (General Duty) are the backbone of the army and consist mainly of fighting troops apart from other trades. You could be enrolled into Arms or Services. The duties will be as under
Arms. In Arms you could join the Infantry, Artillery, Armoured Corps, Engineers or Army Air Defence (AAD) as fighting troops, drivers, operators, gunners etc and many other General Duties.
Services. In Services you could be enrolled into Army Service Corps (ASC), Ordnance, Army Medical Corps (AMC) on General Duties, operators, drivers etc.
Every year Indian Army recruits thousands of young boys as Soldier GD. Indian Army conducts Soldier General Duty (Army-GD) recruitment through open rallies. Open rallies are organized by Zonal/Army Recruiting Office (ZRO/ARO/IRO) and UHQ quota. AROs are located in various places which covers few districts in its jurisdictions. Generally every ARO has 4-6 Districts under its jurisdiction. ARO organizes open rally to recruit the volunteer male candidates as soldier GD. Generally every ARO conducts two rallies in a year. First of all publicity about rallies is been carried out via different methods like, newspaper, employment newspaper and by printed materials. Rally schedule (Bharti programme) is also published before rally.
The same way under UHQ quota, regimental centers organize rally for the dependents of army personnel. Regimental centers also organize recruitment rally twice a year.Dependents and brothers of serving soldier may participate in recruitment process.
Candidates need to complete 1600 meters running in given time and will be awarded marks as below:
Ist Group : 60 Marks
IInd Group : 48 Marks
Candidates need to do 6-10 Pull Ups and will be awarded marks as below:
Pull Ups :
10 and above : 40 Marks.
: 33 Marks
8 : 27 Marks
7 : 21 Marks
6 : 16 Marks
Candidates need to jump over 9 feet Ditch in one attempt and it will be qualifying only.
Candidates need to clear Zig-Zag walk for Balancing round and it will be qualifying only.
Note: Final merit list will be consist of PFT (100 Marks) + Written Test (100 Marks) = 200 Marks.
Abbreviations – National and International
Sports – National and International.
Awards & Prizes -National awards, Gallantry awards, Nobel Prizes.
History – Important dates & battles in Indian and World, History and land marks of Indian History, national movement.
Geography -Solar System Space exploration, The earth principal peaks, Deserts, Rivers, Lakes and famous waterfalls, Geographical Tallest, Biggest and Longest etc.
Terminology – Geographical terms, Economic terms, Astronomical terms, Legal terms and Misc terms.
Human Body – Food and nutrition, diseases and prevention, vitamins and their uses.
Question of General Science consisting of topic related to Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
based on fundamentals and day to day activities.
Scientific and Research Institutes in India.
IO/Numeral Ability – The questions will be based on the ability of the candidates of age
group ranging between 16 & 20 years
Arithmetic – Consisting of numbers, HCF, LCM,
Decimal fraction, square root, percentage, Average, Ratio and
proportion, partnership, profit & loss, unitary
method, time work and distance, simple interest.
Algebra – Basic operations and factorization, HCF and LCM, quadratic equations.
Geometry – Lines and angles, triangles quadrilaterals, parallelograms and circles Mensuration Area and perimeters of Squares, rectangles parallelograms and circles, volume and surface area of cube, cuboids, cone, cylinders and sphere.
Note : The above syllabus is not a comprehensive list of topics pertaining to the subject. At times questions may be asked other than the above topics but definitely within the syllabus of CBSE.
(A) Physical Test Coaching (By Professional Coaches)
(B) Medical Test (By Retd Army Doctors)
(C) Hostel Facilities (including Lodging & Dinning)
(D) Written Coaching: