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  1. 1. EP JOHN11397044 SEC A
  2. 2. PRIMARY ROLE PRESERVE NATIONAL INTEREST AND SAFEGUARD THE SOVEREIGNITY, TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY AND UNITY OF INDIA AGAINST ANY EXTERNALTHREATS BY DETERRENCE
  3. 3. SECONDARY ROLE DEFEND THE NATION AGAINST INTERNAL THREATS ANDCHALLENGES SUCH AS PROXY WAR BY ASSISTING THE GOVTWHEN REQUISITIONED AND PROVIDE AID TO
  4. 4. SOLDIERING Defending the Nation from External Threat Protecting the Nation from Internal Threats Aid to Civil Authorities World Wide Peacekeeping Social and Environmental Causes Life Dedicated to the Nation
  5. 5. AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN  A person  A manager of trained and human, material tasked to lead and men to battle technological or to complete resources any task assigned to  A model of him/her character, virtue and valor  A leader, a commander, a  Compassion friend and a and guide for his determination – men an iron fist in aDifficult will be done immediately – Impossible might take a velvet glove little time !
  6. 6. Life in the Army  Action  Professional Growth  Adventure  Travel  Life-Style  Family  Status  Achievers
  7. 7. LIFE IN THE ARMY … ACTION Active Ops like1948, 1962, 1965, 1971 and 1999 (Kargil)• Counter TerrorismOps in J&K andNortheast• Special Ops likeAkshardham andMumbai Attacks• Peacekeeping Opslike IPKF and various
  8. 8. LIFE IN THE ARMY … ACTION Peacetime Activities • Relief Work in time of Natural Calamities like the Latur Earthquake, Orissa Super Cyclone, 2004 Tsunami, J&K Earthquake, Snow Tsunami etc. • Environmental Protection Activities • Socially benefiting activities
  9. 9. LIFE IN THE ARMY … PROFESSIONAL GROWTH In-Service Career Courses and Qualifications• Professional Courses• Technical Courses• Management Courses• Language Courses• Foreign Courses• Sponsoring forHigher Degrees andQualifications
  10. 10. LIFE IN THE ARMY … ADVENTURE Adventure Activities in the Army• Mountaineering• Car and MotorcycleRally• White Water Rafting• Scuba Diving• Hot Air Ballooning• Ocean Sailing• Aero Sports• Water Sports
  11. 11. LIFE IN THE ARMY … TRAVEL Places an Army Man goes • The whole country • Overseas to many countries England Germany China on peacekeeping Italy Bhutan missionsUSA Nepal Egypt Vietnam Mexico Sri • To embassies Lanka in almost all the Indonesia BRAZIL countries in the CHILE Singapore world & Malaysia
  12. 12. LIFE IN THE ARMY … LIFESTYLE Army offers a lifestyle unmatched in any sector. Facilities and infrastructure exists to lead an enviable social and individual life • About 135 Sports and Games Army Schools Social and Leisure • Medical and• Golf • Well Equipped Clubs Dental Colleges• Horse Riding • Libraries • Engineering• Swimming Colleges • Child Care Facilities • Management• Facilities for all Sports • Schools & Educational Colleges Institutes • Nursing• Shooting Institutes• All Indoor Sports • Ladies Clubs • Education Colleges• The best Medical Facilities • Hotel Management• Free travel in AC and Air Institutes• CSD Facilities
  13. 13. Life in the Army … Family The entire Army is one large and happy family. A lot ofmeasures are put in place to enhance the comfort andconvenience of the families. Facilities• Quarters in the bestlocalities of a militarystation• Secure and CleanCantonments• Various sports and skilllearning facilities for thechildren• Separated FamilyQuarters during Field
  14. 14. Life in the Army … Achievers The Indian Armed Forces has given some of the mostillustrious sons of the Nation. Carriappa RS Rathore Rakesh Sharma Thimmaya HarbakhshDhyan Chand Singh Gopinath
  15. 15. Life in the Army … Achievers of from the Extended Family The Indian Armed Forces also boasts of a number ofachievers from its extended family.
  16. 16. ARMY & THE CORPORATE ARMY CORPORATE• Good Pay • Excellent Pay• Minimal Expenses • Exorbitant Expenses• High Status • Paid Status• Active Life • Desk Job• Job Security • No Job Security• Enhance Qualifications • Learning Stagnation• Quality of Life • Standard of Life
  17. 17. EMOLUMENTS After implementation of the 6th Pay Commission• As trainees at IMA or OTA, the GentlemenCadets receive Rs 21,000/- per month as stipendduring the training period• An officer on commissioning receives aboutRs 38,000/- as salary• If posted to field areas, the take-home salarycan increase to about Rs 50,000/-• Within 13 years of service, officers are placedin the Pay band – 4 which is the highest salaryslab of the Central Govt
  18. 18. BASIC PAY & GRADE PAY RANK BASIC PAY GRADE PAY MSPLT 15,600 – 39,100 (PB-3) 5,400 6,000CAPT 15,600 – 39,100 (PB-3) 6,100 6,000MAJ 15,600 – 39,100 (PB-3) 6,600 6,000LT COL 37,400 – 67,000 (PB-4) 8,000 6,000COL 37,400 – 67,000 (PB-4) 8,700 6,000BRIG 37,400 – 67,000 (PB-4) 8,900 6,000MAJ GEN 37,400 – 67,000 (PB-4) 10,000 -LT GEN 37,400 – 67,000 (PB-4) 12,000 -VCOAS 80,000 (FIXED)COAS 90,000 (FIXED)
  19. 19. PAY & ALLOWNCES LIEUTINENT BASIC PAY - 15600 – 39100 (PB-3) GRADE PAY - 5400 MSP - 6000 DA - AS APPLICABLE KMA - 400 CCA - AS APPLICABLE. TPT - 1600 - 3200 HRA - 7.5 – 30% OFBASIC QUALIFICATION - AS APPLICABLE FIELD AREA - 6700 HAA - 5600 CI - 6000 GLACIER - 14000 TECH PAY - 7000 SPL FORCES - 9000 PARA PAY - 1200 FLYING PAY - 9000
  20. 20. SERVICE BENEFITS (OVER AND ABOVE ALLOWANCES) ENTITLED RATIONS. FREE MEDICAL TREATMENT FOR SELF ANDDEPENDANTS. CANTEEN FACILITIES. LEAVE  60 DAYS ANNUAL LEAVE AND 20 DAYS CASUAL LEAVE IN EVERY YEAR.  FURLOUGH LEAVE UPTO ONE MONTH AFTER A CYCLE OF TWO YEARS.  ENCASHMENT OF LEAVE UPTO 300 DAYS.  STUDY LEAVE WITH FULL PAY AND ALLOWANCES UPTO 2 YR FREE RAIL WARRANT FOR LEAVE TO HOME STATION ORSELECTED PLACE OF RESIDENCE FOR SELF ANDDEPENDANTS. OTHER PRIVILEGES  HOUSE, FURNITURE, ELECTRICITY AND WATER AT
  21. 21. ENTRY SCHEMES There are many entry points to join the Army as an Officer.• After 10 + 2 • Medical Entry • NDA (Written & SSB) • AFMC after 10+2 • 10+2 TES (>70% marks in 10+2 & (Written) SSB) • Direct Entry after• After Graduation MBBS (Interview) • Direct Entry (Written & SSB) • Short Service Commission (Written & SSB) • NCC – C Cert Holder only (SSB) • University Entry Scheme – Pre Final Yr & Final Yr Tech Students • Technical Entry – SSB • Post Graduate - SSB
  22. 22. ENTRY SCHEMES INTO THE ARMY SCHEME NOTFN EXAM SSB ENTRY NDA Mar, Oct Apr,Sep Three months Jul, Jan after exam 10+2 TES May, Sep - 2-3 Months after -Do- Notfn IMA & OTA Apr, Oct Feb, Oct Three months Jul & Jan (IMA) Apr & Sep after exam (OTA) UES Jun - Five Months after Jul Notfn TGC Apr, Oct - 2 -3 Months after Jul, Jan NotfnSSC(T) Men & -Do- - -Do- Apr,Sep Women JAG On occurrence - -Do- -Do-NCC (Men & Jan, Jul - -Do- -Do- Women)
  23. 23. 10+2 LEVEL ENTRY (PERMANENT COMMISSION)ENTRY AGE EDN NOTFNNDA 16½ to 19 Yrs 12th Class Mar & Oct10 + 2 16½ to 19 ½ 10 + 2 May & SepTES Yrs (PCM with 70% and above)
  24. 24. WOMEN ENTRY( OTA ONLY) Harbakhsh Singh

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