Soldier general duty (women military police) latest information alert: shortlisting of candidates for the issue of admit card has been done. Information sent on registered email. Cut off percentage of 86 percent in 10th class has been applied.
The tentative date for the rally now is postponed to 1-8 August 2019 earlier the date was July 22.
Applications closed and Admit Card will be issued by July 21.
Applications were invited from eligible female candidates for recruitment of 100 Soldier General Duty (Women Military Police) in Indian Army.
Admit Cards for the rally will be sent through registered e-mail. Candidates should reach the venue on given date and time as mentioned in the Admit Card. Recruitment rallies are planned to be conducted at Ambala, Lucknow, Jabalpur, Belgaum and Shillong. Candidates will be allotted venue based on their home districts. Final location and date of the recruitment rally will be given on the admit card. Venues listed above may undergo a change.
WHO CAN APPLY
Any candidate who has passed matric/ 10th class or equivalent with 45% in aggregate and minimum 33% in each subject can apply for the recruitment.
Height – 142 cms; Weight – Proportionate to height and age as per Army medical standards.
Applicant age should be between 17.5 years to 21 years. Born between –01 Oct 1998 to 01 Apr 2002
Upper Age limit will be relaxable upto 30 yrs of age (as on date of joining training) in respect of widows of Defence personnel who have died in harness.
Applicants will have to qualify a physical fitness test. The physically fit candidates who qualify this fitness test will have to appear for a written test.
After being selected, the applicants will have to undergo 33 weeks of training at CMP Centre and School, Bengaluru. After completion of training, the candidates will be attested in the rank of sepoy.
Physical Fitness Test
Candidate must be unmarried female and a citizen of India less exceptions as given below.
Unmarried Certificate for candidates with photograph issued by Village Sarpanch/Municipal Corporation within last six months
Married Candidates: (i) Women who are widowed, divorced or legally separated are also eligible provided they do not have any children. (ii) Widows of Defence personnel who have died in harness will be eligible to apply for enrolment as Women MP. Such widows even with children will be, however, eligible only if they have not remarried.
Marriage During Training: Candidates must undertake not to marry until they complete the full training at the CMP Centre and School, Bengaluru.
A candidate, who marries subsequent to the date of her application, though otherwise successful at the CEE and physical exam or medical examination, will not be selected for training. A candidate may be dismissed from service if she marries during training or is found to be already married in spite of giving an undertaking regarding the same