The Indian Army requires the passion and dedication towards the protection of the Nation and its civilians. The Army is synonymous with discipline, responsibility, being a team player and the ability to follow orders. The army protects the geographical parameters of the country from any external forces or invasion and also comes to civilian aid during various types of emergencies like earthquakes, floods, civil riots and insurgencies, etc.
The Army is made up of Regiments and Corps, each of which has a specific military function. Army constitutes the Infantry, Armored Tanks, Artillery, Engineers, Communication troops and other support troops who look after food, transportation, clothing, repair of equipment and medical aid.
A number of qualified candidates are often rejected on the medical grounds. Therefore, the candidates are advised to get themselves medically examined before submitting their applications to avoid disappointment at the final stage.