Because the nation is gripped by widespread protests towards the Agnipath scheme for armed forces, Chief of Military Employees Basic Manoj Pande mentioned the scheme wouldn’t be rolled again, including the schedule of recruitment has been issued right this moment.
He instructed AajTak, “No rollback of the Agnipath scheme. There will probably be constructive modifications and the scheme will probably be tweaked as required when it’s rolled out.” Basic Pande additionally acknowledged that the lack of knowledge concerning the scheme is resulting in apprehensions amongst children.
He additionally famous the scheme was a win-win for the youth, the Military, and the nation. He additionally urged the aspirants to not get misled and to concentrate on preparations for the bodily and written examination as a substitute.
Basic Pande talked about, “The youth of the nation ought to perceive that the Agnipath scheme is helpful for them, the Military, and the nation. It is a win-win, each for the Military and the nation. Don’t be misled.”
In the meantime, on-line registration for Agnipath scheme will open from July onwards. Candidates must log into the official Indian Military web site for registration. Registrations will probably be open for Agniveer technical, Agniveer technical (aviation/ammunition examiner), Agniveer clerk/retailer keeper technical, Agniveer tradesman tenth cross, and Agniveer tradesman eighth cross, as per the ARO rally schedule.
Indian Navy mentioned it’ll recruit girls as sailors through the Agnipath scheme. These girls sailors will probably be posted on board warships after their coaching is accomplished. This would be the first time that positions of Personnel Beneath Officers’ Rank (PBOR) will probably be open for ladies.
(With inputs from Poulomi Saha, AajTak)
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