Indian Army 20 UES Permanent Commission CourseAge Limit,Physical Standrad,Application Form
Indian Army Twentieth University Entry Scheme (20 UES) for Permanent Commission in the Army July 2011 – 2012.
(Aspiring Women Studying in final year keen to join through SSC (T) Women may also apply through UES).
The Indian Army is looking for a few good men. For the best and the brightest amongst you. For men with intellect, idealism. and courage. Men who can lead and inspire others.
- Indian Army Applications are invited from Unmarried male Engineering Degree students studying in Pre-Final and Final Year during academic session July 2011-2012 for Grant of Permanent Commission in the Army in all Arms / Services.
- In addition to the Para 1 above, candidates studying in Final Year can exercise their option for following courses :
- SSC (T) – 37 (Oct 2011) Terms and condition will be same as applicable to regular SSC (T)-37 course.
- TGC-113 (Jul 2011) Terms and condition will be same as applicable to regular TGC-113 course.
- Unmarried female candidates studying in final year can exercise their option for SSG (T) W-8 only. (Terms and condition will be same as applicable to SSC (T) W-8) commencing in Oct 2011.
- Induction in above mentioned entries is an additional opportunity provided to candidates studying in pre final year (except women) and final year, otherwise, there is no change in existing terms and conditions and procedure for induction into TGC / SSC(T) Men / Women entries.
- Combined merit list in case of final year. Combined merit list will be prepared for the selected candidates who opt for TGC / SSC (T) men / SSC (T) Women alongwith candidates applying through regular notification of TGC-111, SSC(T) -35 and SSC(T) W -08 course within the stipulated stream wise vacancies.
- Students studying in Final year and desirous to apply in AEC (Army Education Corps) are not eligible to apply since it pertains to Engineer Degree Courses only.
- Widows of Defence Personnel, (with / without children) issueless widow, issueless divorces are not eligible to apply through University Entry Scheme for SSC (Tech) Women -08 course (Oct 2011). Separate notification will be published in Feb 2011 for SSC (Tech) Women -08 Course in which they can apply.
- Vacancies – 60 (Only for UES) Branch of Engineering
- B.E / B.Tech in Civil (including Mining / Construction)
- B.E / B.Tech in Electrical (including Electrical & Electronics)
- B.E / B.Tech in Mechnical (Including Industrial/Industrial Engg & Management/Automobile)
- B.E / B.Tech in Production (Including Manufacturing / Metallurgical/ Metallurgy & explosives)
- B.E / B.Tech in Electronics (Including Electronics & Instrumentation/ Micro Electronics & Microwave/Opto Electronics)
- B.E / B.Tech in Communication/Telecommunication (Including ECE/ Electronics & Communication/Satellite Communication)
- B.E / B.Tech in Architecture
- B.E / B.Tech in Food Tech/Bio Tech
- B.E / B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering / Computer Technology/ Computer Science
- B.E / B.Tech in Information Technology
- B.E / B.Tech in Chemical Engineering
- Vacancies of TGC, SSC (T) Men and Women and stream of engineering will be notified in regular notification.
- Final distribution of vacancies for different discipline will be decided by IHQ of MoD (Army) based on requirements.
- Conditions of Eligibility for Indian Army :
Nationality : A candidate must either be :
- A citizen of India, or
- A subject of Bhutan, or
- A subject of Nepal, or
- A Tibetan refugee who came over to India before the 1st January 1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India,or
- A person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka and East African Countries of Kenya, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India.
Provided that a candidate belonging to categories (ii), (iii), (iv) and (v) above shall be a person in whose favour a certificate of eligibility has been issued by the Government of India.
Certificate of eligibility will however not be necessary in the case of candidates who are Gorkhas subjects of Nepal.