Army to hold recruitment rallies in Jammu and Kashmir in July

The Army will hold recruitment rallies at Anantnag and Bandipora districts of Kashmir in July this year, a defence spokesman said on Monday.

PTI April 25, 2016 14:31:52 IST
Army to hold recruitment rallies in Jammu and Kashmir in July

Srinagar: The Army will hold recruitment rallies at Anantnag and Bandipora districts of Kashmir in July this year, a defence spokesman said on Monday.

Army to hold recruitment rallies in Jammu and Kashmir in July

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"Army Recruitment Office, Srinagar will be hosting recruitment rallies at Bandipora from July 12 to July 15. Bandipora region covers the districts of Bandipora, Kupwara, Ganderbal, Baramulla and Srinagar," he said.

"A similar rally from July 19 to July 22 will be held at Anantnag covering the districts of Budgam, Pulwama, Shopian, Anantnag and Kulgam," the spokesman said.

He said the recruitment will be for all categories, including soldier general duty (GD), soldier tradesmen, soldier clerk/store keeper technical (Clerk/SKT) and soldier technical.

The eligible candidates have been asked to register and apply online at www.joinindianarmy.nic.in, he said, adding registration will be open from 1 May to 26 June.

The army recruitment rallies have drawn huge response from the youth over the past few years with thousands of them taking part in the hope of joining the armed forces.

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