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The Indian Army is the biggest and the most established branch of the Indian military. It prepares the people to battle ashore and comprises of different divisions including the infantry, the artillery, and the armored corps. and so on. Other than these battling divisions, the help is another division accessible for in the armed force incorporates the supply corps, the engineers, the ordinance supply corps, military intelligence and medical staff etc. and so on. The essential duty of the armed force is to protect the geological limits of the nation and to catch for domain in case of a war.

The armed force preparing incorporates both offense and protective tasks. Notwithstanding the essential duty, the armed force is additionally called upon in peacetime to help in alleviation and safeguard activities amid common cataclysms and for counterrevolt. The vocation opportunity accessible with Indian Army is colossal. No place else you will get such marvelous chances to continually update your abilities. The armed force initiates hopefuls both for its specialized and non-specialized branches.

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How to join the Indian army?

There are many gateways to enter in Indian Army like:

NATIONAL DEFENCE ACADEMY
COMBINED DEFENCE SERVICES
RIMS
RMS
OTA
SAINIK School and so on.

The army is divided into various divisions. A brief description of the division and nature of duties is listed below:

Infantry

The infantry consists of troops who fight the enemy on foot using equipment including from self-loading rifles, automatic rifles, machine guns, grenades, mines, anti-tank weapons, shoulder-fired missiles and rocket launchers. Infantry troops capture and hold on to enemy positions or defend their own positions.

For high mobility, troops make use of transport including personnel carriers and jeeps. Elite commando units and paratroopers are also part of the infantry. Infantry officers and troops have to undergo intensive training in arms handling.

Artillery

The artillery uses long-range field guns, multi barrel rocket launchers and missile for their maneuvers. The role of the artillery is twofold. In civilian areas the artillery uses weapons such as anti-aircraft guns and surface to air missiles to protect sensitive locations such as dams, airfields, oil rigs, power generating stations, ports etc from attack.

On the warfront the artillery uses long range field guns, multi barrel rocket launchers and missiles for their attacking and defensive operations.

Armoured Corps

The armoured corps consists of battalions of tanks and other armoured vehicles. The armoured corps can advance swiftly and are used to capture enemy territory along with the infantry. They can also defend positions by engaging enemy tanks in battle. Armoured corps is considered to be one of the most prestigious divisions of the army.

Engineers

The primary responsibility of the army engineers is to quickly construct roads, bridges, airfields, helipads etc so the all the three sections of defence forces can advance rapidly. Engineers also destroy enemy bases and cause obstacles for the advancement of enemy troops. Besides these they also lay minefields and clear enemy minefields, defuse explosives and construct other infrastructure for the combat troops.

Signals

The officers and men in the signals regiment are responsible for the quick implementation and maintenance of communication links between the army headquarters and the forward positions during war time. Besides this they are also responsible for electronic warfare.

Army Service Corps (ASC)

ASC personnel are accountable for the movement of troops, vehicles, rations, petrol/diesel, arms and ammunition etc. The personnel of the ASC use road train as well as water transportation in the movement. They are also accountable for safe storage of rations, arms and ammunition, clothing and special equipment.

Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

The armed forces have a large number of equipment ranging from simple rifles to sophisticated missiles. Electrical and mechanical engineers are responsible for the maintenance of all the equipment of the armed forces and ensure that it is always in peak condition. The officers in this service include engineers from the field of mechanical, aeronautical, electrical, electronics, and communication engineering.

Intelligence Corps

The officers of this branch are involved in the collection, analysis and interpretation of information about the enemy troops including their movements and plans. Officers in the intelligence corps specialise in encoding and decoding messages, analysis of pictures taken by aircraft and satellite, data collection and analysis.

Ordinance Corps

The ordinance corps is responsible for procurement, storage and maintenance and issue of types of military equipment including ammunition and spares.

Army Medical Corps

The army medical corps includes doctors who provide medical care for the families of troops and officers of the armed forces. During a conflict they provide emergency medical care to the wounded officers and troops on the battlefront.

The armed forces train their own doctors and nurses at the Armed Forces Medical College and College of Nursing respectively. They also induct doctors from other medical colleges.

Nursing officers

The nursing officers nurse the officers, troops and their families in the hospitals and clinics of the armed forces.

Dental Officers

The responsibility of the dental officers is to provide dental care to the personnel of the armed forces and their families.

Education Corps

Education officers provide continuing education to the armed forces personnel especially with respect to the latest development in weapon systems, new techniques of warfare, computerization, communication systems etc.

Postal Services

The personnel in this service are responsible for looking after the postal requirement of the army. All money orders, personal letters and general mail is handled by the postal services.

Military Police

Personnel of the military police are responsible for maintaining discipline and order among the troops of the armed forces.

Judge Advocate General

This branch inducts law graduates to provide legal help to the army for handling various civil cases as well as disciplinary action against armed forces personnel.

Veterinary Corps

Some regiments of the army use animals such as horses, mules and dogs. The officers of the veterinary corps ensure the well-being of these animals.
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The government of India with state and central collaboration has introduced various schemes for NDA scholarship available for financial weaker students. Scholarships, grants, fellowships, student loans and ex gratia are a few types of financial assistance that eases the burden of expenditure of students who wish to study or take up a career further.  These NDA Scholarships are a hassle-free mode with least documentation. Majority of the documentation is done by loan/scholarship provider themselves. Here we will discuss some government and non-government scholarship schemes:


 

  1. Officer Anuj Nanchal Memorial Scholarship

Rs. 1500/- (One time payment) – Second best all round Air Force cadet of VI term.

Pilot Officer Gurmeet Singh Bedi Memorial Scholarship

Rs. 1500/- (One time payment). Best all round Air Force cadet at the time of Passing Out of VI term.

  1. COLONEL KENDAL FRANK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is of the value of Rs. 360.00 per annum and awarded to a MARATHA cadet who should be the son of an ex-serviceman. The scholarship is in addition to any financial assistance from the Government.

  1. KAUR SINGH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Two scholarships are awarded to cadets who obtain the highest position amongst candidates from BIHAR. The value of each scholarship is Rs. 37.00 per mensem tenable for a maximum period of 4 years during the training at the National Defence Academy, Khadakwasla and thereafter at the Indian Military Academy, Dehra Dun and the Air Force Flying College; and Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala where the cadets may be sent for training on completion of their training at the National Defence Academy. The scholarship will, however, be continued subject to maintaining good progress at the above institution.

  1. ASSAM GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP

Two scholarships will be awarded to the cadets from ASSAM. The value of each scholarship is Rs. 30.00 per mensem and is tenable for the duration of a cadet’s stay at the National Defence Academy. The scholarships will be awarded to the two best cadets from ASSAM without any reference to the income of their parents. The cadets who are granted this scholarship will not be entitled to any other financial assistance from the Government.

  1. UTTAR PRADESH GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

Two scholarships each of the value of Rs. 30.00 per month and an outfit stipend of Rs. 400.00 are awarded to two cadets who belong to UTTAR PRADESH on merit-cum-means basis and are tenable for a period of three years subject to satisfactory performance by the cadets at National Defence Academy. Cadets who are granted these Scholarships are not entitled to any other financial assistance from Government.

  1. KERALA GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

One merit scholarship of the value of Rs. 480/- per annum for the entire period of training at NDA, will be awarded by the State Government of Kerala to a Cadet who is domiciled resident of the State of KERALA and who secures the first position in the All India UPSC Entrance Examination to NDA irrespective of the fact whether he has passed out from RIMC or from any of the Sainik Schools in India. The financial position of a Cadet’s father/guardian is not taken into consideration.

  1. BIHARI LAL MANDAKINI PRIZE.

It is an initial lump sum grant Scholarship per semester Amount Low Middle High 5000/- 3750/ 2500/- 1800/- 1350/- 900/- Eligibility (i) The cadet must be Indian Citizen and the cdt and/or his of/or permanently domiciled in the State of West Bengal. (ii) The Cadet is not in receipt of any other financial assistance/ grant from the Govt. of India and/or the State Government or any other authority excepting scholarship or stipend received on merit.

  1. HMACHAL PRADESH GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP

Four scholarships will be awarded to cadets from HIMACHAL PRADESH. The value of each scholarship is Rs. 30.00 per month during the first two years of training and Rs. 48.00 per month during the third year of training. These scholarships will be available to those cadets whose parent’s income is below Rs. 500.00 per month. No cadet in receipt of financial assistance from the Government will be eligible for this scholarship.

  1. TAMIL NADU GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP

The Government of Tamil Nadu has instituted at NDA one scholarship per course of the value of Rs. 30/- per month plus an outfit allowance of Rs. 400/- (one only during the entire period of cadet’s training) to be awarded to a cadet belonging to the State of TAMIL NADU whose parent’s/guardian’s monthly income does not exceed Rs. 500/-. The application by an eligible cadet can be made to the Commandant, National Defence Academy on their arrival.

  1. KARNATAKA GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

The Govt. of Karnataka has awarded scholarships to cadets from Karnataka State who join the National Defence Academy. The value of the scholarship shall be Rs. 1000/- (Rupees One thousand) per month and outfit allowance of Rs. 12000/- in first term.

  1. ALBERT EKKA SCHOLARSHIP

The Government of Bihar has instituted at NDA 25 Merit Scholarships at Rs. 50/- per month for entire period of six terms at the NDA and Rs. 650/- one time towards clothing and equipment. The cadet awarded the above merit scholarship would not be eligible for any other scholarship or financial assistance from the Government. The application by an eligible cadet can be made to the Commandant, National Defence Academy on their arrival.

  1. FG OFFICER DV PINTOO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Gp Capt. M Vashishta has instituted 3 scholarships of Rs. 125/- each per month at NDA for one term to be awarded to the first three cadets in the order of merit on completion of their first semester till end of second term. The cadets in receipt of Govt. Financial Assistance will not be eligible for the above scholarships. The application for eligible cadets can be made to the Commandant, NDA on arrival.

Students can avail either of the scholarships after checking their eligibility. Scholarship schemes are not only to help the candidates financially but also act as a reward for the brilliant candidate to achieve their dream.

 

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