Army 10+2 (PCM) Soldiers(Technical) M.E.R Exam
The Indian Army Soldiers (Technical) M.E.R Exam is carried out for recruiting aspirants for the Indian Army. This test is held 4 times a year. The application for this examination is published in the Employment Newspapers and other major newspapers. The aspirant can obtain the application from recruitment offices, district collector office and employment exchanges.
For applying this post, the aspirant should be an unmarried male. The applicant must have completed higher secondary examination or equivalent test from the reputed board or institute. They must have studied Mathematics, English and science subjects. They must have at least 167 cm height and minimum weight of 50 Kg. The qualified applicants have to appear for written examination. The candidates who have cleared the written exam can attend the Interview. Final selection is done based on merit.
Structure of Exam-
The written test consists of 2 papers and each paper carries a maximum of 100 marks. The length of every paper is 45 minutes. The entrance examination includes objective type questions. Each question has four options. The aspirant has to select the right answer from the given alternatives. The examination paper is available in English and Hindi language. The first paper questions are from General Intelligence and General Knowledge. There is another subject named Mathematical aptitude. The second paper questions are from physics, chemistry and maths.