TES 48 Notice Indian Army 10+2 Technical Entry Program

Those in or just out of high school interested in a career in defence will be pleased to hear this. The Indian Army has posted a recruitment notice for the TES 48 Technical Entry Scheme; in this article, you’ll find details on the application, age requirements, openings, SSB interview dates, and cutoff for TES 48.

The joinindianarmy.nic.in the website will accept applications for the TES (10+2) Entry-48 course (January 2023) from August 22 to September 21, 2022. JEE Mains 2022 is now a criterion for the TES 48 admission. In addition, you need an aggregate 12th-grade GPA of at least 60% and individual subjects GPAs of at least 60% in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

Technical Entry Scheme Notification January 2023 Course TES 48. 

Candidates who have earned a 12th-grade PCM diploma with a cumulative 60% are invited to check the Indian Army website on August 22 for the TES 48 notice.

The TES 48 online application portal will be live on August 22, 2022. Applications are invited from unmarried as well as Male Candidates who have passed the 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (From now on referred to as PCM) subjects and fulfil the eligibility criterion prescribed previously for the grant of Permanent Commission in the Indian Army after four full years of Basic Military Training and basic Technical Training after that with the terms and conditions given in the paragraphs as follows.

After three years of training, male cadets will get the same monthly stipend of 56,100/-p.m.* as their female counterparts at the National Defense Academy. After 4 years of service, they will be promoted to the rank of lieutenant and receive a salary commensurate with that status. The application process is only available online. The candidate should visit www.joinindianarmy.nic.in and then choose the ‘online application’ tab to begin the process.

Selection Criteria

Shortlisting of Applications. Candidates will be able to choose their SSB dates on a first-come, first-served basis after they have been assigned a Selection Centre. The MoD’s Integrated Headquarters (Army) may use a predetermined cutoff percentage to narrow down the pool of applicants. After shortlisting applicants, the Centre allotment would be informed to the candidate online.

Only those who make the cutoff % will be invited to attend SSB at one of four locations across India: Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh), Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh), Bengaluru (Karnataka), or Kapurthala (Punjab). The different Selection Centres will only contact candidates through email and SMS addresses and the number they provided during the application process to issue a Call-Up letter for the SSB interview. The Directorate General of Recruiting, Integrated Headquarters of the Ministry of Defense (Army), makes the final decision on which Selection Centre an applicant will be assigned to, and NO requests for adjustments will be considered.

There will be a two-stage screening procedure for potential employees. The next round is reserved for those who have already passed Stage I. Those who do not pass Stage I on the first try will be sent back on the same day. Those who do well in Stage II will next undergo a medical check. The Directorate General of Recruiting’s website, www.joinindianarmy.nic.in, has all the information you need to know about the SSB interview, which lasts five days.

The applicant must not oppose being examined by a board of male and female physicians if the SSB recommends them.

Applicants approved by the SSB and found to be physically and mentally fit will be awarded joining letters for training in the order of merit, subject to the availability of slots.

The final applicants will execute all bonds and certificates required for entrance into the NDA as Cadets under AI 53/78.

In the case of ultimate selection, the applicant agrees to accept an assignment to any Arm/Service deemed necessary by the organisation.

Documents Required For TES 48 Indian Army

A printout of the online application, as well as the original documents and two sets of self-attested photocopies, including a 10th-grade certificate issued by the Board concerned (CBSE/ State Boards/ICSE) in which the applicant’s date of birth is reflected (in contrast, an admit card, mark sheet, transfer certificate, or leaving certificate will not suffice as proof of date of birth), is required. Also, a 10+2 certificate and mark sheet to demonstrate education and a copy of the applicant’. No late or revised mark sheets will be accepted for this programme, regardless of whether they were supplied by the Board or the University before or after the application deadline. 

From October 2022 forward, those selected for further consideration will be notified that they must attend an SSB interview.

Standard Applicant Procedures: TES and NDA Registration

All applicants to the National Defence Academy’s (NDA) parallel courses and the 10+2 Technical Entry Scheme (TES) must pass a medical examination by a Board of Service Medical Officers before being accepted into either academy.

Candidates nominated for TES before their NDA SSB must take two sets of medical exams (one for the Air Force and the Navy).

These TES applicants may avoid a second NDA medical if the Army branch is their primary interest. Once the individual has been deemed FIT in TES medicals, the NDA medical examination will commence.

Candidates recommended for TES in NDA before SSB do not need to take a separate medical exam for TES. To qualify for TES (10+2), one must have a medical status equivalent to that required for the NDA (Army). If a candidate is deemed UNFIT for NDA, they will also be considered UNFIT for TES.

Suppose a candidate is deemed medically unfit for either the TES or NDA/NA parallel courses at any point in the examination process. In that case, he will be deemed medically inappropriate for both entries, and no further appeals will be considered.

Final Words

These are all you need to know about the TES 48 Notice for the Indian Army, so fill up the application form and apply for the vacancy at the earliest. 

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