Sincerely work , Give dignity and respect ,Safety First
My physical training was for 6 month in a place called madgoan in goa, I did light weapon training , Carbon machine gun firing and its cleaning , Security guard training ,Battle field training, Navigation training, Fire fighting training taught how to use fire extinguisher to beat fire as early as possible ,
Battle field training was the hard part taught how to put trap to attack enemy and also taught how to find who is our enemy ,Camouflage ourself to get sucess in combat
Management also taught teach us how to give dignity and respect among people , If any trainers does mistakes will be punished by management equally , Management treats every trainer equally,
I like navigation training much because it is easy to find location of enemy with MAPS,
After 6 months physical training i have to appear for another 6 months for technical training as technician electronic system, ,Taught me how to provide better communication as early as possible to attack enemy , Taught me how to use PBX exchange and to install to provide fast and better communication bettween non comission officers and comission officers , and , tracing out defective phone lines,Taught me how to use high frequency radios and low frequency radios to moinitor enemy movements , Erecting of anteenas vertical and horizontal in hilly mountains as early as possible Taught how to install radios with different frequencies Better grounding of electonic system is compulsory ,
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M.Tech, MBA, Professional Army officer - Operations, HRM, Project Management, Transport management, Corporate training, Facilities and IT
Army Officer commissioned in Artillery, operated all kinds of artillery equipment, ammunition, sensors under adverse management conditions. Undertook complete cycle of managerial functions under stressful scenarios in severe weather conditions quite successfully. Maintained highest state of professionalism, throughout with three principles, i.e, "seeing is believing". "take and give feedback" and "monitoring progress closely". Handled human resources of divergent demographics, Costly and sophisticated Strategic equipment handled singlehandedly. Supply chain management and general administration to include, facilities management, ration supply coordination, demand and supply of ammunition from depots to store houses. Also undertook technical administration and project management tasks to the estimates of Rs 100 to 200 crores. Operated in variety of terrains under severe restrictions on the face of enemy. Handled UN and foreign personnel, undergone foreign course and been instrumental in formulating, designing, analysing, monitoring and inducting projects with financial implications in excess of Rs 1000 crores. Trained Defense public sector employees on domain issues and also trained foreign programming developers on the link between software being developed and the domain. Instrumental in Automating Artillery resources across the Army. Involved in mapping projects. Beina a Qualified Computer Engineer, monitored and controlled network resources effectively. Proud to be part of
ProsExperience to handle different kinds of people under different terrain conditions
Job in Army hospitals are very challenging. Apart from serving nation, we get chance to serve humanity also.
-Our daily routine starts with morning physical exercises (PT).
- While serving in Army Medical Corps, I got knowledge and experience in Nursing profession, Laboratory technology, theoretical knowledge of Anatomy and physiology, haematology, microbiology, pathology, biochemistry, blood-banking, first-aid, hygiene and sanitation, hospital waste management.
- In 30 years of army service, I got vast practical knowledge and experience of event management, inventory management, man management, security management, healthcare management, laboratory management. We in army are deployed to handle any natural or man made disaster at very short notice. We are always trained and equipped to handle these situations. J & K flood crisis, Kedarnath crisis are some of the examples.
- We, in army live like a unite family members. Co- workers are very cooperative and dedicated.
- The hardest part of the army medical job is strict regimentation and military discipline. We have to provide services round the clock. Duty first is our motto.
- In army career I enjoyed the service. I got a chance to serve in whole India.I joined army as a soldier which is the lowest ladder and reached up to the rank of junior commissioned officer. While joining army my educations qualification was intermediate. Due to facilities provided in organisation, I did BA, MA and MBA while serving in army.
ProsFree ration, free accommodation, free travel in AC/ travel by air, free club facilities, free education for children, free medical facilities for self and family, great change to enhance career, happy and healthy life.
Cons24 hours on duty, no place for personal emotions, away from home, serving in remote/ hard areas.
Rendered 28 years service in the Army and proficient in Supervisory, Managerial and Security tasks. Possessing good knowledge in general office functions, handled all types of documents viz, maintenance of Records of Officers and Other Ranks, security and safe custody of important documents, postings, discipline, recruitment, pay & allowances, claims and many more similar correspondence maintained in Microsoft Office like Word, Excel, Power Point etc. Applied appropriate security policy for safeguarding the Government property against fire, vandalism and theft.
Having vast experience to lead the team of personnel by providing them official training, guidance, coaching and carrying out their duties efficiently. Assessed performance of subordinates and reported to the seniors. Able to work under stress & strain and train subordinates in a bet-ter way related to enhance their efficiency. Also having ability to organize huge events like important VIP visits, conferences, departmental inspec-tions, rallies, training camps, movement of troops & offices, leading logistic support for various occasions.
I like Army and its life because its very adventurous. I was posted different location all over India with different climate and environmental condition. I feel proud to be member of Indian Army. I learnt lot of things from Army.
- Way of working in different (even tough) conditions
- Managing different kind of situations
- Handling a team
Typical Day at work:
I start the day before : anything pending at the end of the day takes priority first thing in the morning, after daily am tasks and meeting with my supervisor. Then I follow through with the tasks needed to be done that day, as well as anything else that comes up. By the end of the day, I make up a to-do list for tomorrow, clean up my desk, and set out the pending things next to my list to tackle them first thing in the morning.
The Hardest part of the Job: At the time of OP Prakram when we worked whole day and night for many days.
Most enjoyable day: When we celebrate Corps day.
Management: Most of the Officers (COs) I worked with were good in nature.
ProsFree Accommodation and food. Careful nature collegues
A tough and disciplined life . The job has its own glamour
Management was clear cut, transparent, honest with written down rules and regulations and defined powers of Officers with Do's and Don'ts for everyone.
Co- workers were obedient not by choice but because of hierarchy.
The most enjoyable part of the job was that it kept you busy from dust to dawn with lot lot of physical and mental activity. There was always a chance to perform well and out perform your colleagues and seniors. Ample opportunities to train your subordinates in skill developments and develop them for taking higher responsibilities and promotions. A place for mental peace for good performers. The job had its own glamour.
Discipline, self discipline and enforcement of discipline.
Management and leading of human resources.
Motivation, leadership, management, influencing of human behaviour, transparency , honesty, character building skills.
Use of all kind of weapons, self defense and developed courage under all kinds of difficult situations and learned how to catch the bull from the horns.
I have worked in the toughest situations in the Indian Army in various terrains and conditions. For me, no task is too difficult to perform and yes, there have been some moments of stress and extra hardship in my army job but I have gained immense experience overcoming such hurdles. Combating proxy war against our adversary nation Pakistan was the toughest challenge for me. The ability to motivate soldiers and officers under my command, displaying high leadership qualities was my strongest quality. I am capable of adapting to any situation and being an out of box thinker, I am very high on initiative. I always shared good relationship with my co-workers as I possess the skill of resolving conflicts and personality differences. I have learnt a lot being in Army Uniform - Discipline, Security Consciousness, Ability to complete any assigned task within given timelines and to perfection. The most enjoyable part of my job was 'serving with pride' and facing challenging situations in highly active counter insurgency environment in Jammu and Kashmir (on Line of Control)
The Indian Army stands tall as the best in the world.The traditions, commendable spirit of nationalism and will to achieve success.Rest fall in line
Proud to have served the Indian Army and the nation for 37 long years ,as a second generation officer.Have now passed on the baton to both my sons who are commissioned officers too.
The spirit of 'Regimentation', especially in the fighting arms, is the essence of service and the sole psychological battle winning factor.This inculcates a sprit of 'Bon Homie' and 'Never Say Die' attitude. In turn,this calls for accepting and surmounting challenges, enroute to achieving success, while at the same time adapting to a dynamic environment, where 'change is the only constant'.
Human and material resource management, from grass root level upwards, has been a very important part of our upbringing in the army.
ProsGreat working conditions, spirit of achievement, discipline of a very high order. Welfare of families is genuine and a serios issue.
ConsBad publicity, consequent to incorrect behaviour of some bad eggs, dents the image of the army badly.
This is one of the most Professional Organisation to work with.Its a learning everday.Today I stand tall because of all the good values of my Company.
1. The most memorable moments of my life have been with my organization where I am presently working.
2. Every day has been a learning experience with new challenges standing your way.
3. Man management has been a routine affair that is the testimony of your personal character, your values, leadership and empathy towards your subordinates.
4. The culture of my organization thrives on the bedrock of Professionalism, teamwork, and leadership. Your self-respect is at stake if you shy away from your responsibilities. Team effort always makes any organization culture a great place to work in.
5. The hardest part of the job is to serve a tenure in Kashmir where things are very hostile, The life and safety of your men is your responsibility.
6. The most enjoyable part has been to serve the nation. As we say"Nation First".The ecstatic feeling is intangible to describe.
• Managed personnel documentation, leave, pay & allowances, discipline, promotions and career progression of 200 military personnel.
• Conceptualized and implemented specialized training programs of human resources in managing a workshop company for 400 troops.
• Designed competitive inter-team activities to enhance motivation level.
• Redressed grievances and carried out counselling for troops in Counter-Insurgency environment. Also carried out counselling of troops’ families on marital discord, family feuds and domestic violence.
• As part of the largest NGO in India, Army Wives Welfare Association (AWWA), structured and conducted programmes on social, economic and financial awareness.
• Handled operations of command level military institutions dealing with hospitality requirements of 1000 officers and their dependents.
• Managed logistics and supply chain for collecting, bulk-breaking and distribution of stores and rations for a 600+ strong Battalion.
As a Indian army Provides highly disciplined life,motivation as well administration for the soldier in peace and war.
Routine work in the Indian Army starts with physical training, weapon handling, Tactics, operational capability, lunch/rest, In evening he remain busy in games as well recreational activities thus a soldier remained busy throughout the day.
I learnt a good administration, command and control, punctuality, motivation, welfare and morale our troops.
As a manager I interacted with my subordinates their administrative problems and well being timely provisioning their pay and allowances, leave and promotional achievements like Army education and Army courses. Skill in firing as well duty under difficult inclement weather conditions.
As a Subedar Major in Indian Army by function between the troops as well officers remained as a highest order to maintain good liaison as a result I am able to maintain good command and control between them.
During the entire Army service I have served in peace as well hard area facing enemy as well terrorist prone area where the life was very risky.
In Indian Army affordable occasion like raising day of the unit, celebration of all the Indian festival troops, religious celebrations where Bara khans, cultural activities are organised which really has afforded me as enjoyable part of the job.
As an Officer in the Indian Army we inherited glorious heritage and timeless traditions, blended perfectly with the latest technology in respective fields Viz. management, Logistics etc. It provided a golden opportunity to be a part of the world's finest Army and get trained not only to be an Officer but also a Gentleman for life.
Here Growth was a way of Life
The Indian Army gave me both professional and personal growth at every stage of the career. Opportunities to upgrade through various courses were abundant. The adventure and extra-curricular activities in the Army ensured an all round development essential in today's world. The army taught moulding the officers into leaders capable of leading from the front in any field. Joining the Army was a privilege
Apart from attractive pay and perks, it offered the best in Life Style, even better than most professions. Be it the social interaction, finest clubs, golf courses, medical facilities and ample opportunities to indulge in adventure and sports, Army has it all. In fact you are paid to lead a healthy life in a healthy environment.
Facilities and perks of the Army which no other organization provides.
ProsBeing a leader in all walks of life
ConsChallenges become less as we progress in career....
Questions And Answers about Indian Army
How did you feel about telling people you worked at Indian Army?
Asked 22 Feb 2017
I feel proud n want to become an Indian army bcoz an army is my aim want to become a son of MOTHER INDIA...
Answered 7 Jan 2020
It is a great opportunity to serve our country
Answered 24 Nov 2019
How are the working hours at Indian Army?
Asked 3 Apr 2017
and any time
Answered 30 Dec 2020
24 hours duty
Answered 26 Sept 2019
What should you wear to an interview at Indian Army?
Asked 22 Feb 2017
Professional and discipline
Answered 30 Dec 2020
Actually in other interview we wear a formal dress but for Indian army we wear a white T-shirt, black pant n black shoes..
Answered 7 Jan 2020
What questions did they ask during your interview at Indian Army?
Asked 3 May 2017
* At first they may ask self intrudaction...
* secondly why do u want to join in an
* why shall I give u an Indian army Job?
Those are the Qsn. May be....
Answered 7 Jan 2020
1.Why u have to join indian army?
2.What is the your goal?
3.Your choice is right or wrong?