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Police recruitment age may increase from 33 to 37 and exam date

Police recruitment age may increase from 33 to 37 and exam date

 

Police recruitment may increase age and exam date-Significantly, this time after four years police recruitment is taking place in the state. Thousands of candidates have gone overage in these four years. In this regard, several candidates had met Home Minister Narottam Mishra and School Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar, seeking to increase the maximum age limit from 33 to 37 years. According to the information, the recruitment process is being amended by the Home Department after this. Due to this, the Chairman of the Professional Examination Board KK Singh has given instructions to the concerned authorities till then the date of re-starting the application will not be announced.

At the same time, according to the calendar released by Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission, out of the 12 examinations of MPSC, three will be State Service Exams and three State Forest Service Examinations. However, in addition to these, recruitment examinations like State Engineering Services, Assistant Director of Farmers Welfare and Agricultural Development and Assistant Manager Public Service Health will be conducted in online mode.

Some of the posts will have direct interviews:
The Commission has decided to conduct the Main Examination of the State Service Examination-2019 in March 2021, before the preliminary examination of the State Service Examination-2020 to be held in April 2021. The dates of some recruitment examinations that have stalled the year 2020 due to the corona epidemic have also been set. The recruitment of Medical Officer, Assistant Director Horticulture etc. will be done by direct interview.

Notification for UPSC NDA Exam Recruitment 2021

Notification for UPSC NDA Exam Recruitment 2021

 

Notification for UPSC NDA Exam Recruitment 2021: Golden opportunity to become an officer in the army, 12th pass can also apply, learn the whole process

 

Notification for UPSC NDA Exam Recruitment 2021: In today’s modern era, there are many youngsters who are choosing the path of future in the army by taking the passion of country service beyond all career options. If you too are dreaming of joining the Indian Army, then you can realize this by the National Defense Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy (NA) Examination (I), 2021.

How do I apply for army recruitment 2021?

Successful youth in this examination will get the opportunity to train as cadets of Army, Navy and Air Force in the three parts of the Army in the Indian Armed Forces Joint Service Academy – National Defense Academy (NDA). On completion of training, you can start a career as an officer in the Indian Army. UPSC has started the application process for NDA and NA Examination (I), 2021.

Know the number of posts

A total of 400 posts will be reviewed through NDA and NA Examination (I), 2021. These are 370 posts of the NDA, with 208 posts of the Army, 42 of the Navy and 120 of the Air Force (including 28 posts of ground duty). 30 posts will be filled under NA (10 + 2 cadet entry scheme).

Essential qualifications for the application

Only unmarried male candidates can apply for this exam. NDA should have 12th pass from a recognized board for the Army Wing and 12th with Physics, Chemistry and Maths for Naval Wing, Air Force Wing and NA (10 + 2 Cadet Entry Scheme). This year, the students appearing for the 12th examination are also eligible to apply. The candidate applying for the ADA examination was born between July 2, 2002 to July 1, 2005. For information on physical standards, see the notification issued.

When will be the exam? What is the last date of Indian army registration?

Candidates successful in NDA and NA Examination (I), 2021, will get the opportunity to get admission in 147th NDA and 109th courses of NA, which will start from January 2, 2022. UPSC conducted the written examination of NDA on 18 April 2021 this year. Successful candidates in the written examination will be called for the Services Selection Board of the Army i.e. SSB.

Written test pattern

The NDA and NA (I), 2021 written examination will have two papers totaling 900 marks. Candidates will be given two-and-a-half hours for both papers. The first paper will be of 300 marks in mathematics. The second paper will be of General Ability Test, for which 600 marks are prescribed. Objective questions are asked in both wallpapers and both are in English and Hindi in both languages. There is also a provision for negative marking in this examination.

Mathematics: Algebra, Matrix and Determinants, Trigonometry, Tooltical Geometry of Two and Three Dimensions, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus and Differential Equations, Multimedia Algebra and Statistic and Probability and Pro in the first paper i.e. Mathematics.

General Ability: This paper will be divided into two parts – A and B. Part A will be of English, in which questions related to Grammar and Usage, Vacuum, Comprehension etc. will be asked. This section is 200 marks. Part B will be of General Knowledge, for which 400 marks are prescribed. It will have questions related to Physics, Chemistry, General Science, History and Freedom Movement and TOT Affairs. Candidates who pass the pending examination will be invited to join SSB.

Candidate’s intelligence and personality will be tested in SSB

The SSB test/interview will be of 900 marks, which will have two phases. The first phase will consist of Intelligence test, Pictor perception and Description test. In the second, the candidate will have to face the interview, group testing officer task, psychology test. In this, the successful candidates will be given admission in the National Defense Academy on the basis of merit. Candidates who have successfully completed their commission and will start careers as lieutenants in the army, sub-lieutenants in the navy and flying officers in the air force.

What is the last date of Indian army registration?

The Last Date of registration is 19-01-2021

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Recruitment 2021 Indian Coast Guard

Recruitment 2021 Indian Coast Guard

Recruitment 2021 Indian Coast Guard has recruited for the posts of sailor and mechanical. Under this, a total of 358 posts will be appointed. The application process for these posts has started from January 5 and will run till January 19. In such a situation, if the candidates want to apply for this post, then they can apply till 6 pm on the 19th. Explain that a total of 358 posts are to be filled through this recruitment examination. To apply, candidates have to apply online by visiting https://joinindiancoastguard.cdac.in/index.html.

As per the notification issued by the Indian Coast Guard, a written examination will have to be passed first for selection on the posts of a sailor and mechanical. After this, the candidates will have to give the physical fitness exam. Documents verification will be done after this. However, the dates have not yet been determined as to when this written test will take place. But according to the schedule, this exam will be held in March. According to the official information, the result of the online examination will be declared within 20 days.

recruitment 2021 Indian Coast Guard age

Candidates applying to this post must be at least 18 years of age. The maximum age is 22 years.

Education qualification

Candidates applying to the seafarer’s post should have 12th pass. Candidates should note that Maths, Physics should be the subject in 12th. Apart from this, candidates applying to the post of mechanical should have 10th pass.

This will be the fee

Candidates applying to the seafarer and mechanical post will have to pay a fee of Rs 250. At the same time, candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe category are exempted from paying any fee.

This will be the selection

The candidates who qualify in written examination, physical test and documents verification round will undergo training. After this, training will be organized for the NAV and mechanical candidates. This training will start in August 2021 and will run till October 2021.

Exam Fee:

Rs. 250/- (No Fee for SC/ST Candidates)

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