Agniveer Recruitments Schedule
Agniveer Recruitments Schedule: The Agneepath scheme led to massive protests across the country with incidents of violence in several states.
The three services on Sunday announced a comprehensive schedule for recruitment into the armed forces under the recently announced Agneepath scheme. Indian Navy’s Chief of Personnel Vice Admiral Dinesh Tripathi said that the Naval Headquarters will issue a comprehensive guideline for recruitment by June 25.
Agniveer Recruitments Schedule: “The first batch of recruits will join the training program by November 21. Both men and women will be recruited as ‘agnivars’ under the scheme,” he said. And Indian Air Force.
IAF personnel in-charge Air Marshal SK Jha said during the briefing that the registration process for the recruitment would start from June 24, while the online examination process for the first phase of recruitment would start from July 24.
Agniveer Recruitments Schedule: He further said that the Indian Air Force is planning. Start training by 30th December for the first batch of recruits.
Indian Army’s Adjutant General Lt Gen Bansi Ponnappa said, “The Army is ready to issue a draft notification on Monday and later from July 1, the notification will be issued by various recruiting units of the force.” He said that the first batch with 25,000 personnel would join the training program in the first and second week of December, while the second batch would join around February 23.
Agniveer Recruitments Schedule: Lt Gen Ponnappa further said that in August, September and October there will be a total of 83 recruitment rallies across the country. The Agneepath scheme has triggered massive protests across the country with incidents of violence in several states.
There are reports of protesters setting fire to train bogies, police vehicles, and damaging government property. However, the Defense Ministry has said that this plan will not be withdrawn.
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