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Can we join Indian Army without exam?

Can we join Indian Army without exam?

Engineering (BE/BTech) or Final Year Candidates can join the Indian Army through Technical Graduate Course (TGC 132). So, these are some ways to join Indian Army without appearing in any written test. The Indian Army releases notification time to time for these courses.

Can I join Indian Army with criminal record?

No you are not eligible as per the government service rules, which states that a person having a criminal case cannot join the service until he is discharged or acquitted.

Can Indian Army officers use social media?

Within the military institutions, academies and offices, the Army, is however allowed to access platforms like Facebook on their internet browsers on their desktops to monitor content. But no personnel is allowed to have an account or the application, sources said.

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Can I join army with a law degree?

Minimum 55\% aggregate marks in LLB Degree (three years course after graduation or five years course after 10+2 examination). The candidates should be eligible for registration with Bar Council of India/State. Candidate should be from a College/University recognized by Bar Council of India.

Can a lawyer join army?

Judge Advocate General (JAG) is the answer to this. JAG is a special way for fresh law graduates to be a part of the Indian Army as a Lawyer. Short Service Commission in the Indian Army for the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Branch is being offered among unmarried male and unmarried female law graduates.

Can I join army without NDA?

If you do not get through the NDA, you can also join the Indian Army through the Technical Entry Scheme. You can also choose to join the Army once you graduate through the Combined Defense Services Examination. You should be unmarried and not more than 24 years of age.

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Is Telegram banned in Indian Army?

The Army personnel have also been asked to delete some dating apps but they are allowed to use some social media sites and messaging apps like WhatsApp, Telegram, Signal, YouTube and Twitter, according to an India Today report.