Current Recruitment Notification From Indian Army 2016-17 | 72 Vacancies Available On

Indian Army Recruitment 2016 Religious Teacher Posts: Indian Army has inform 72 vacant seats for Religious Teacher. If you have a dream of join Indian Army. You can apply online on or before 08/11/2016. Other details are mentioned below…
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             Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidate:

Indian Army Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 72
Name of the Posts:Religious Teacher
1. Pandit: 59 seats
2. Granthi: 06 seats
3. Pandit: 02 seats
4. Maulvi (Shia): 02 seats
5. Bodh Monk(Mahayana): 03 seats

Candidates Age:
27 to 34 years for Civilian Candidates, 25 to 34 years for Serving Combatants candidates as on 01/10/2017.

Education Qualification:
For Posts 1, 3: Madhyama in Sanskrit/ Bhushan in Hindi/ BA in Sanskrit / Hindi.
For Posts 2: Vidwan in Punjabi/ BA in Punjabi.
For Posts 4: Maulvi Alim in Arabic, Adib Alim in Urdu/ BA in Arabic/ Urdu And other posts educational qualification refer to notification.

Process of Selection:
Applied candidates selection will be based on physical test, medical examination, written exam, interview.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates may apply online through the website www. from 10/10/2016 to 08/11/2016.

Important Dates:
Starting Date to Candidates Apply Online 10/10/2016.
Last Date to Candidates Apply Online 08/11/2016.
Last Date for Submt of Online Application Form 08/11/2016 at 1700 Hrs
Date of Written Exam & Interview Of Candidates 26/02/2017

Job Location: India

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