Major Kalshi Classes is the Best RVC Coaching in Meerut
Indian Army only invited qualified Male veterinary Graduates for the Short Service Commission (SSC) in the Remount Veterinary Corps of the Indian Army.
The Remount Veterinary Corps is an administrative and operational branch of the Indian Army and one of the oldest formations.
The detailed information about RVC (Remount Veterinary Corps) is as follows-
RVC has also been involved in providing veterinary assistance to rural areas in Jammu and Kashmir and North East India under Project Sadbhavana. The corps has also been associated with passing on their expertise and training veterinary students of the Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Jammu. RVC has also provided assistance as part of the Indian contingent in many UN missions across the world.
The Corps has set soaring benchmarks in a highly divergent role which involves breeding, rearing and training of Army animals, their health management, treatment, immunization and also tactically employing them for military purposes.
The stud department was established in Bengal in Dec 1779. The present-day RVC evolved out of a Board formed in 1794 by the British for breeding the horses locally to meet their growing demand since the horses were not readily available. It’s since this day the Corps has never looked back and delivered up to the expectations of the Nation. It was an integral part during two world wars as part of British empire. Post Independence RVC continued its contributions during various conflicts with our hostile neighbours and the fight against insurgency and terrorism inflicted from across the border. The Corps has acclaimed achievements during various operations including J&K in 1947, NEFA in 1962, Indo-Pak war of 1965 and 1971 and Kargil conflict of 1999.
The RVC is headed by DG RVS (Lt Gen) and the RV Dte forms part of QMG’s Branch. QMG is Col Comdt of RVC.The Corps has six major est as under:-
The representation at staff level is in Div HQ/Area HQ and Commands.The Vet treatment centres are in the form of Military Veterinary Hospitals in peace and Mobile Field Vet Hosp (MFVH) and Advance Field Vet Hosp (AFVH) in field areas.Army Dog Units which are placed under Operational Wing for the purposes of deployment.Vet Officers are posted in AT Bns/Coys, Military Farms and Supply Depots where warranted.RV Officers are also posted in RV NCC Units.83 RVC Units/sub Units (incl NCC Units) are distributed over Op/Non-Op areas. The details are as under.
Peace RVC Establishments
RVC Centre and College, Meerut Cantt Equine Breeding Studs
ROLE OF (RVC) REMOUNT VETERINARY CORPS-
Specialized and Technical Mandate related to all Army animals.
BVSc/BVSc and AH degree graduates granted SSC in RVC will be considered for the grant of permanent commission, only if they are below 30 years of age on the date of grant of SSC and if they qualify for the permanent departmental commission (PC).
RVC Selection Procedure-:
Two-stage selection method -:
RVC Merit list -:
Merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates at SSB.
Grant of Commission -:
Pay, allowances and other benefits-:
Below is the detailed Application Procedure to fill out the offline form.
The application form must be accompanied by self-attested copies of:
1. Who can become a member of the RVC Association?
Answer– Any Officer and JCO/OR who is serving or has served in the Remount Veterinary Corps is eligible to become a member of the association. The newly commissioned Officers/JCOs/OR will pay their membership on joining RVC Centre & College, Meerut/Unit where they are promoted. (in the case of JCOs).
The contributions collected will be remitted to the Secretary Remount Veterinary Corps Association c/o RVC Centre and College, Meerut Cantt through a consolidated demand draft or bank order
Answer- Currently the loc of the RVC Association is RVC Centre and College, Meerut Cantt- 250001.
Answer- Yes, the RVC Association is regd with NCT of Delhi and Haryana under Sec 25 of the Company’s Act 1956 (No 1 of 1956) dt 21/06/2005