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Your search for the Best ARMY TECHNICAL Institute in Agra ends here. Yes, Major Kalshi Classes provide the best ARMY TECHNICAL Coaching in Agra.  We deliver the best ARMY TECHNICAL Guidance for all the Defence Exams. The various entries for which candidates must clear the ARMY TECHNICAL are NDA, CDS, AFCAT, CAPF, Indian Coast Guard, TES, TGC, B.Tech Navy Entry, TA, INET, NCC Special Entry, and many more.

Whether Indian Army, Navy, or Air Force, we offer the best in class infrastructure and experienced faculty that comprises Ex- SSB Interviewers and Subject Matter Experts. The Services Selection Board conducts the 5-Day ARMY TECHNICAL Interview to shortlist candidates that can be trained in various Defence Academies like the IMA, INA, OTA, and AFA to join the Indian Armed Forces as commissioned officers.

To Join the Forces, a candidate must qualify for the SSB Interview after clearing the written Exam. Some candidates are allowed to attend the SSB Interview directly and don’t have to appear for the Written examinations. 

About the examination-

Indian Army TES Recruitment 2022:  Online Applications are invited from the Indian Army from unmarried male candidates who have passed the 10+2 examination in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (PCM) subjects and fulfill the eligibility criteria mentioned below. JEE Mains has been made obligatory for the TES-48 Course. This is in addition to the criteria of a minimum of 60% marks in PCM in Class 12th. 

 

Indian Army Technical Entry Examination  Overview-

Organization Name

Indian Army

Post Name

Technical Entry Scheme

Total Vacancies

90

Starting Date

Will be notified soon

Closing Date

Will be notified soon

Application Mode

Online

Category

Government Jobs

Selection Process

  • Shortlisting of Candidates
  • SSB Process
  • Physical Fitness

Course Joining

Will be updated

Job Location

All over India

Official Site

@joinindianarmy.nic.in


 

Eligibility Criteria-

Nationality

  • A candidate must be an unmarried male and must either be :
  • A citizen of India or
  • A subject of Bhutan or Nepal or
  • A person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka and East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India, provided that a candidate belonging to categories (ii) and (iii) above shall be a person in whose favour a certificate of eligibility has been issued by Govt of India.
  • Certificate of eligibility will however not be necessary in the case of candidates who are Gorkha subjects of Nepal. A candidate in whose case a certificate of eligibility is necessary may be shortlisted provisionally subject to the necessary certificate being given to him by the Govt before the declaration of result by SSB/joining the training.

Educational Eligibility

  • Only those candidates who have passed the 10+2 Examination or its equivalent with a minimum aggregate of 60% marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics from recognized education boards are eligible to apply for this entry. Eligibility conditions for calculating the PCM percentage of various state /central boards will be based on marks obtained in Class XII only.
  • Candidates must have appeared in JEE (Mains) 2022. 

 

Age Limit

  • A candidate must not be below 16½ years and above 19½ years on the first day of the month in which the course is due to commence i.e. the candidate should not be born before 02 Jul 2003 and not after 01 Jul 2006 (both days inclusive). 

 

Physical Standard

  • Candidates must be physically and mentally fit. No candidate who will be admitted to the academy that has poor health in any manner.
  • Height: Minimum standard height as per standard is 157.5cm (applicants who belong to the Northeastern region of India, Garhwal and Kumaon Himalayas, Gorkha community have relief of 5cm in Height measure).
  • Chest Expansion: To check the candidate's lung capacity, the chest expansion process is crucial. A minimum of 5 cm after a full expiration is required.
  • No mental breakdown: Candidates should be free from any past history of mental breakdown.
  • Hearing Power: It is a must to have great hearing power as one fit person should. The applicant should be able to hear a force with each ear in a quote from a distance of 610cm.
  • Mild Kyphosis: It is a rare condition in which a person faces a problem in normal muscle movement.
  • Eye Sight: Candidates should have clear vision in case of a little bit up and down, Myopia should not be more than 2.5D, and Hypermetropia not be more than 3.5 D.
  • Teeth: Yes, teeth also play a role in physical standards.Candidates should have at least 14 dental points out of a total of 22 dental points.

 

Selection Procedure

  • Shortlisting of Applications. The integrated HQ of MoD (Army) reserves the right to shortlist the applications and fix the cut-off without assigning any reason. After shortlisting candidates, the Centre allotment will be intimated to the candidate via their email. After allotment of the Selection Centre, firm SSB dates will be allotted to the candidates.
  • Only shortlisted eligible candidates depending on the cut off will undergo SSB at one of the Selection Centres i.e, Allahabad (UP), Bhopal (MP), Bengaluru (Karnataka), or Kapurthala (Punjab) by Psychologist, Group Testing Officer, and Interviewing Officer.
  • Call Up letter for SSB interview will be issued by respective Selection Centres on the candidate’s registered e-mail ID and SMS only.
  • Candidates will be put through a two-stage selection procedure. Those who clear Stage I will go to Stage II
  • Those who fail in Stage I will be returned on the same day. 

 

Training Details

  • Total training will be of 5 years duration. Details are as under
  • Basic Military Training: 1 year (Officer Training Academy Gaya)
  • Technical Training: (i) Phase-I (pre-commission Training): 3 Years (CME Pune or MCTE Mhow or MCEME Secunderabad), (ii) Phase-II (Post Commission Training): 1 year at CME Pune or MCTE Mhow or MCEME Secunderabad

 

Pay Scale

  • Lieutenant – 10 level and Rs.56,100-1,77,500
  • Captain – 10B level and Rs.61,300-1,93,900
  • Major – 11 level and Rs.69,400-2,07,200
  • Lieutenant Colonel – 12A level and Rs.1,21,200-2, 12,400
  • Colonel – 13 level and Rs.1,30,600-2,15,900
  • Brigadier – 13A level and Rs.1,39,600-2,17,600
  • Major General – 14 level and Rs.1,44,200-2, 18,200
  • Lieutenant General HAG Scale – 15 levels and Rs.1,82,200- 2,24, 100
  • Lieutenant General HAG + Scale – 16 levels and Rs.2,05,400-2,24,400
  • VCOAS/ Army Cdr/ Lieutenant General (NFSG) – 17 level and Rs.2,25,000
  • COAS – 18 level and Rs.2,50,000

 

 ARMY TECHNICAL SSB-

The ARMY TECHNICAL SSB for the ARMY TECHNICAL Entry exam is held 5 days in a row. Candidates who pass the written exam are invited to the SSB interview. During these five days, candidates are tested on a variety of parameters.

  • Day 1 (Stage I):
    • Intelligence test
    • Picture perception & Discussion test

Candidates who clear this stage have to appear for Stage II

  • Day 2 (Stage II):
    • Psychological test
    • Group task
    • Personal Interview
  • Day 3: GTO test
  • Day 2-4: Interviews

Day 5: Conference

SSB Interview Day 1: Screening Process

The 1st day of the SSB Interview comprises different Tests. They are discussed below:

1. OIR (Officer Intelligence Rating Test) - Paper 1 and Paper 2

OIR Tests are conducted with two banks of questions covering both verbal and nonverbal reasoning. Candidates had to write their answers down in the past, however, today OMR sheets are provided for marking the solutions. The number of questions in each set and the time permitted for each set vary, so pay close attention to the instructor's pre-test briefing.

2. PP&DT (Picture Perception & Description Test) 

First, candidates will be shown a picture (mainly blurry/hazy) for 30 seconds, after which they will have one minute to report their observations, including the number of characters, their genders, their moods, and the action that is occurring in the picture. Then they will have four and a half minutes to compose a tale based on their findings.

3. Group Discussion (GD)

The batch is divided into groups of 10 to 15 aspirants, and each aspirant must share their experience before the group can come to a decision.

SSB Interview Day 2: Psychological Tests

1. Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)

Candidates are given 4 minutes to construct a story after being shown 12 photos, 1 of which is blank. The time restriction is put in place to assess each Aspirant's innate response.

2. Word Association Test (WAT)

The Aspirants are required to jot down a sentence that comes to mind when they see each of the 60 words that are presented to them for 15 seconds at a time.

3. Situation Reaction Test (SRT)

A booklet is given to the Aspirants with 60 real-life situations; they must write their reactions to those situations. The total duration of this exercise is 30 minutes.

4. Self-Description Test (SDT)

Candidates must provide a brief self-description of the context in a few paragraphs. Write about your parents', instructors', friends, and other people's opinions as well as the traits you want to cultivate. This test has a 15-minute time limit.

SSB Interview Day 3: Group Testing Officers Tests

1. Group Discussion (GD)

The GTO first presents two themes for the first GD, from which the group selects one before exchanging opinions. The GTO provides a topic for the second GD, after which the same process is repeated. The group does not need to reach a decision in this instance.

2. Group Planning Exercise (GPE)

Using a map of the location, the GTO describes a situation where there are a number of issues. The candidates then have 10 minutes to write their solutions using all of their resources, including their group. The group then confers a strategy for resolving the issues, which is then described by one of the participants.

3. Progressive Group Task (PGT)

This challenge consists of four different obstacle courses, each of which gets harder as it goes along. The group is expected to proceed and take on these buildings utilizing their available aid, such as a rope, plank, balli, etc. There is also a load that needs to be carried. The group is required to abide by all GTO guidelines, which include:

(a) Rule of Color

  • White refers to both people and things.
  • Blue denotes a guy only.
  • Red is off-limits to everyone.

(b) The ground is off-limits to everyone.

(c) Rigidity Rule: Helping materials may be attached to the structures but not to one another.

(d) Rule Of Infinity: The start and end lines extend to infinity i.e can’t be crossed directly 

(e) Distance Rule: No distance greater than  4 feet can be jumped.

4. Group Obstacle Race (GOR)/ Snake Race

A sprint across four obstacles, including a single ramp jump, eight-shaped bars, a 10-foot wall, a double wall, a spider web, and an enormous slide, is one of the most enjoyable activities in the entire procedure. Red should not be touched by either a snake or my man, ARMY TECHNICALording to the guidelines. When navigating obstacles, the snake must be handled by a minimum of three people, and the GTO may apply a time penalty for infractions.

5. Half Group Task (HGT)

Similar To PGT, But With Only Two People In The Group And One Obstacle To Overcome.

 

SSB Interview Day 4: Personal Interview

1. Lecturette

The lecturette is a test of your self-assurance in front of a group of onlookers. Each officer is responsible for leading his men, inspiring them, and explaining the strategy. For this, you need to speak and sing with assurance. The SSB panel administers a test in GTO known as the lectures to verify all of these.

2. Individual Obstacles (IO)

The candidate must successfully navigate all 10 obstacles, each of which will provide a different score as displayed on them. The candidate may repeat the challenges, but only once he has cleared all 10. The 10 tasks are shown below with their respective scores.

  • Jumping over a single ramp   (1)
  • Jump over a Double Barrel    (2)
  • Balancing Beam                    (3)
  • Screen Jump                          (4)
  • Burma Bridge                        (5)
  • Tarzan Swing                         (6)
  • Double Platform Jump        (7)
  • Double Ditch                         (8)
  • Commando Walk                  (9)
  • Tiger Leap                              (10)

3. Command Task (CT)

The GTO calls each task candidate, in turn, selecting them at random, before asking them a series of questions and outlining a task resembling the PGT. Then he requests that the commander who is up for the job contact two of his team members as subordinates to assist him in getting past the obstruction.

4. Final Group Task (FGT)

As suggested by the name, the entire group is again given one obstacle that is comparable to PGT, which they must clear together.

5. Personal Interview (PI)

Any of the three days, following the conclusion of the examinations for that day, may be used for the personal interview. The interviewing officer asks the student a variety of questions about his family, academics, involvement in sports and extracurricular activities, hobbies and interests, responsibilities, and general knowledge including knowledge of the forces, personal life, etc. based on information provided by the student in his PIQ (Personal Information Questionnaire). 

The average interview lasts for 40 minutes, while some may go for an hour or even just 5 minutes.

SSBDay 5: Conference Day

The Final Day is the Conference Day in the 5-Day ARMY TECHNICAL. The assessor gives a final address before the conference of aspirants gets underway. All the officers who evaluated the Aspirants the previous days attend a board session that is held. Each assessor talks amongst themselves about a candidate's suitability.

The committee then makes recommendations after each Aspirant makes an individual appearance before the board and their overall evaluation is described. Situations are presented to the borderline Aspirants, and a group decision is made. The shortlisted applicants are kept on after the outcome is revealed for additional medical exams.

Reference books- By MKC Publication.

Subjects

Books Availability

Maths

Army Technical Arithmetic

General Science

Army Technical General Science

General Knowledge

Army Technical General knowledge

Reasoning

Army Technical Reasoning

 

MKC 14 Day ARMY TECHNICAL Training

Days

Details

DAY - 1

Introduction to SSB(5 days SSB Procedure, Officer Like Qualities & PIQ form)

DAY - 2

Screening

DAY - 3

Screening test, Mock practice, and Feedback

DAY - 4

Introduction to Psychological Test & Thematic Apperception Test

DAY - 5

Word Association Test & SRT (Situation Reaction Test)

DAY - 6

Self Description Test & Complete Psychological Test and Feedback

DAY - 7

OIR, (Verbal and Non-verbal Reasoning class)

DAY - 8

Personal Interview Briefing

DAY - 9

Mock Interview & Feedback to Student

DAY - 10

Mock Interview & Feedback to Student

DAY - 11

G.T.O. Briefing, GD and Lecturette

DAY - 12

P.G.T, H.G.T, G.P.E, & G.O.R.

DAY - 13

IO, CT, FGT and Conference

DAY - 14

CPSS TEST

 

SSB Marking System-

Pertaining to the SSB Marking System, each of the three assessors will evaluate the medical test, the group task, and the personal interview for a total of 300 marks (PI). A minimum score of 90 is required from each assessor. The SSB consists of 900 total points. It Is Also Divided Into 4 Parts (Psychology, GTO, Interview, And Conference Round), Giving Each Test Phase 900/4=225 Marks. Out of these 225 marks, you must receive at least 90 in order for either of the assessors to say "Yes," while scoring less than 90 simply results in a "No."

Screening, psychological tests, GTO tasks, and a personal interview are all part of the initial four days of the SSB interview process. In this case, you would need to pass with at least 90*3= 270 marks. For Example -

1) One applicant receives 80 points for the interview, 70 for the GTO, and 75 for the psychological test. The final score is 225 points.

2) A different contender receives a total of 250 out of the necessary 270 marks. Thus, the significance of the conference round is now apparent. If your marks are higher than 240, the conference round will determine whether or not you are recommended.

Complete Marking Scheme For ARMY TECHNICAL SSB

A minimum of 90 points must be obtained from each assessor. SSB has a total of 900 points. It is then divided into four parts (psychology, GTO, interview, and conference round), with each test phase receiving 900/4=225 marks.

Rounds

Marks

Minimum Marks for Recommendation

Psychology

225

90

GTO 

225

90

Interview

225

90

Conference

225

90

Total

900

360

 

Why Major Kalshi classes?

Being a student in the Major Kalshi sir classes provides students with several opportunities to study and flourish. Candidates can participate in a variety of workshops geared toward their personal growth. In addition, Major Kalshi classes receive different modes of study and ways of learning such as 14 days of SSB training, continuous learning classes with revisions, and personality development classes. As a result, Major Kalshi classes is not just class but a positive environment that offers a wide range of prospects for personal as well mental growth.

Conclusion

Being an ARMY TECHNICAL in the Indian Army provides applicants with several opportunities to study and flourish. Candidates can participate in a variety of workshops geared toward their personal growth. In addition, ARMY TECHNICAL receive different raises and increments in their pay and allowances. As a result, ARMY TECHNICAL is a career that offers a wide range of prospects for personal growth

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