Indian Army BSc (NURSING)/GENERAL NURSING & MIDWIFERY (GNM) COURSE 2016Delhi/NCR

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  • CategoryHealthcare & Medical
  • Sub CategoryNurse
  • LocationDelhi/NCR
  • CompanyIndian Army
  • Posted date on our Website30 November 2015
  • Expiration Date30 December 2015

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Applications are invited from FEMALE CANDIDATES (only) for admission to 4 years B. Sc. (Nursing) course commencing in Jul/Aug 2016 at Colleges of Nursing and 3 years Diploma in General Nursing & Midwifery course commencing in Sep 2016 at Schools of Nursing of Armed Forces Hospitals.

Eligibility Conditions:-

(a) Female candidates who are unmarried/divorcee/legally separated or widow without encumbrances.
(b) Nationality - Indian
(c) Date of Birth - Between 01 Aug 91 to 31 Jul 99 (both days inclusive).
(d) Educational Qualification - Should have passed the XII standard / equivalent examination, as a regular student in all the subjects ie PCB as elective subjects and not optional and vocational (in both theory and practical) and English, in FIRST ATTEMPT from a recognized Board/University, with minimum of 50% aggregate marks (PCBE). Those who have passed such examinations as private students or with compartment in any subject or candidates from open schools are NOT ELIGIBLE.
Candidates who will be appearing for final year of qualifying examination during the current academic session may also apply provisionally.   The candidates finally selected for the course will have to submit proof of passing the qualifying examination with requisite subjects and marks before joining  the course.
(e) Physical standards -  Medical  fitness will  be  determined  as per standards applicable for commission in the Armed Forces.  X-Ray examination of Chest and USG (of abdomen & pelvis) will be done. Minimum height should not be less than 148 cm (relaxed by 5cm in case of north East candidates). Details of medical standards can be seen in the Indian Army website www.indianarmy.nic.in/www.indianarmy.gov.in

Candidates may  apply online only through www.joinindianarmy.nic.in which will be accessible from 01 Dec 2015  to 30 Dec 2015 .

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About Indian Army:-

Looking back from the 1990s,when the Indian Army projects power and sinew, it becomes difficult to remember the kind of fledgeling it was in 1947.

Grit and experience affect the growth of an institution. Fighting four major wars, insurgency and other low intensity wars has indeed made it an eminently and effficient battle trained, war machine.

Changing times bring changing needs. Battle training must tell also on the structuring of the army, for it is this function that extracts the most from the assets available, both men and material. A look at the command and structuring of the Indian Army shows how finely these have been tuned to meet India's threat perceptions, based on the experience of the major wars that it has fought and the present-day geo-political context.

At present, the Army officer intake is from four distinct streams, namely the NDA; the graduate direct entry stream (IMA); cadets chosen from the ranks and initially trained at the Army Cadet College - an adjunct of the IMA; and a five-year Short Service Commission stream from the Officers Training Academy, Madras. A few selected Junior Commissioned Officers (a grade existing only in the Indian and Pakistan Armies) are offered Regimental Commissions. The Short Service stream is offered Regular Commissions by choice and reassessment. Officers of the NDA have now reached three-star rank in all three Services. A common indicator of the type of leadership extant in the Army are casualty ratios. In all our wars, officer casualties have been high. This is an internal assessment criterion. Management experts point out that high casualties bespeak of poor command. The point, however, is that Officers of the combat arms lead from the front and do not manage from the rear.
 

Contact Details:

Address of Indian Army:-

Webmaster, Indian Army
Room No B-30, ADG PI
South Block
Integrated Headquarters of MoD (Army)
New Delhi- 110011

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