Indian Army JAG-14 (Men / Women Apr 2015 Course) Recruitment 2014Delhi/NCR

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  • CategoryGovernment, Defence
  • Sub CategoryIndian Navy
  • LocationDelhi/NCR
  • CompanyIndian Army
  • Posted date on our Website27 August 2014
  • Expiration Date19 September 2014

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Applications are invited from bright law graduates married and unmarried men and women for grant of Short Service Commission (SSC) in the Indian Army for Judge Advocate General Department. (JAG). Candidates aged between 21 and 27 years of age with a bachelors degree in Law are eligible to apply for Indian Army JAG-14 (Men / Women Apr 2015 Course) Recruitment 2014. Online applications for Indian Army JAG-14 will be accepted from August 19, 2014 (Tuesday) to September 19, 2014 (Friday).

The other important details is as follows:

Eligibility Criteria for Indian Army JAG-14 (Men / Women Apr 2015 Course) Recruitment 2014:-

(a) Age: 21 to 27 years of age (Candidates born between 02 Jan 1988 to 01 Jan 1994 both dates inclusive).

(b) Gender:-

•Married / Unmarried Male can apply.
•Unmarried Female only can apply.

(c) Education .% of Marks Obtained : 55% and above in LLB

How to Apply:-

Apply online on website:-

Following is step-wise procedure for online application:
STEP #01: Log on to Click on Officer Menu then go to How to Apply and then click "ONLINE APPLICATION."
STEP #02: Fill the Indian Army JAG-14 (Men / Women Apr 2015 Course) Recruitment 2014 Online Registration form.
STEP #03: Note down user ID and password.
STEP #04: Before submission of application please check the entries made and save the application.
STEP #05: After submission take two printouts of the completed application form.

Documents are to be carried to the Selection Centre:-

(i) One copy of the Print out of application duly signed and affix photograph self attested.
(ii) Attested copy of Matriculation or equivalent certificate for age proof.
(iii) Attested copy of 12th Class Certificate & Marksheet.
(iv) Attested copy of graduation Degree/Provisional Degree (in case of three years LLB after graduation).
(v) LLB Degree/Provisional Degree.
(v) Attested copy of Marks sheets of all years/Semesters.
(vii) Attested copy of registration with Bar Council of India/State/Certificate from college/University that the LLB Course in the said institution is recognized by Bar Council of India.
(viii) All certificates in original. Originals will be returned after verification at the Service Selection Board itself. Any candidate who does not carry these entire documents for the SSB interview, his candidature will be cancelled.

•The second copy of the printout of online application is to be retained by the candidate for his reference. No need to send any hard copy to DG Recruiting.
•Candidates must submit only one application. Receipt of multiple applications from the same candidate will result in cancellation of candidature.

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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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