Can A Girl Join Indian Army After 12th or Graduation?


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There is an entry as a Cadet to the NDA and Indian Naval Academy after your 12th through UPSC Exam for NDA/NAVAC.

At present, girls are not given admission as cadets after 12th to NDA/NAVAC.

Girls are eligible only for “Graduate Entry” in various branches/arms/services as per specialization (BE/B. Tech./B.Sc/BA/B.Com/LL.B etc). The fact is that you have to complete your graduation and next apply for the Armed Forces in various branches.

There are various exams conducted for girls once they qualify as graduates. Some them are mentioned below:

UPSC Entry: Women candidates within the age of 19 to 25 years can apply. They must qualify an exam held by UPSC. The exam is held twice, a year. Successful candidates are called for SSB interview. You must be a Graduate or a PG in any discipline from a recognized university.

NCC Special entry: Only for NCC women cadets with 2 years service in NCC senior division army and at least a B grade in C certificate exam. Women between age 19 to 25 years can apply for it. Final year student or graduates with a 50% aggregate are eligible for this entry.

SSC-Technical Entry: Female engineering student between age 20 to 27 years are eligible. They can apply for the final year or after completing their degree.

JAG entry: This is a special entry for the law graduates.The age needed for this entry is 21 to 27 years. To be eligible, a candidate must have a graduate degree of LLB/LLM with at least 55% aggregate and the candidate must be registered with Bar Council of India or state.

Here you can read more about how to join Indian Army after 12th and graduation.

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