Indian Army Hires 10th Pass Under Army Medical Cops Here’s How To Apply
The Indian Army has launched a call for applications to fill various Group C civilian positions in the AMC (Army Medical Corps) unit. Candidates can send their application by post within 45 days from the date of publication of the advertisement, which is February 4. Candidates can apply for a total of 47 positions.
The selection will be made on the basis of a written test made up of four tests. The four articles will cover topics such as General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, General English and Numerical Ability.
Indian Army AMC Recruitment: Vacancy Details
Total – 47
Barber – 19 positions
Chowkidar – 4
Cook – 11
LDC (Lower Division Clerk) – 2
Scrubber – 11
Indian Army AMC Recruitment: Eligibility
Age: To be eligible to apply, candidates must be between the ages of 18 and 25 for all positions.
Education: In accordance with the teaching qualification required, applicants must hold at least a degree or equivalent from a recognized board. However, additional qualification is also required for the various positions which can be viewed in the official advertisement released by the Indian Army.
Indian Army AMC Recruitment: How to Apply
Step – 1 Print the application form available on the official website of Army Medical Corps (AMC) www.amcsscentry.gov.in
Step – 2 Complete the application form carefully using capital letters.
Step – 3 Applicants are required to pay an application fee of Rs 100. Applicants must enclose a pre-addressed envelope and postal money order fee of Rs 100 in favor of “COMMANDANT AMC CENTER AND COLLEGE LUCKNOW”.
Step – 4 Two recent passport photos must also be sent with the application.
Step – 5 A copy of all required education certificates and caste certificates must also be attached after the self-attestation.
Step – 6 Candidates should write “Application for the position of (name of position)” at the top of the envelope containing the application in capital letters.
Indian Army AMC Recruitment: Examination Template
All items will consist of multiple-choice type objective questions. Paper – I and Paper-IV will have 25 questions of 25 points each while Paper – II and Paper – III will have 50 questions of 50 points each. The total duration of the written exam will be 2 hours.
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