Indian Army Physical Syllabus 2017 Document Required Joining

Indian Army Physical Test Syllabus 2017 for PST PMT sainik havaldar Document Required for Joining letter How To Join Indian Army Recruitment Rally 2016 Instructions for written examination Candidates who qualify in the Physical and educational standards will be called for the written examination.are selected through group headquarter of Indian Army after recruit candidates will call for their interviews and last their medical checkup . After sometimes, you will be able to get jobs alert for free into inbox of your email id at regular interval.

Indian Army Physical Syllabus 2017 On arrival, the candidates shall be screened and only those who satisfy the educational qualification, Age and minimum physical standards i.e. Height, weight and chest will be eligible/allowed to appear in written examination. No medical examination will be carried out at this stage.

Candidates should produce the following original documents:-
1. Education certificate of 10th Class/Matriculation from the recognized board for proof of age.
2. Education certificate of Intermediate (10+2) or equivalent passed from recognized Board or University.
3. Certificate of Caste if the candidate belongs to SC/ST/OBC, issued by the
Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tahsildar.
4. Discharge certificate for Ex-servicemen candidates.
5. No Objection Certificate by candidates who are already in Government service.

a) The Candidate who satisfy the educational and physical standards and age will be eligible to appear in written examination consisting of the following four parts:-
Part -I : Hindi/English Language
Part -II : General Intelligence.
Part-III : Numerical Aptitude.
Part-IV : Clerical Aptitude.

There will be only one question paper for two hours duration consisting of above four parts.

The question in all the four parts will be "OBJECTIVE TYPE WITH MULTIPLE CHOICE" . Each part will be consisting of 50 questions carrying one mark each for right answer.
Thus in total there will be 200 questions.
A candidate obtaining qualifying percentage out of total 200 marks should be considered as qualified.
The minimum qualifying marks of written test are 40% for General Category.
For SC/ST/OBC candidates the pass marks will be 35% i.e 80 Marks for General Candidates and 70 Marks for SC/ST/OBC Candidates.

Instructions for written examination ;-
i. Candidates who qualify in the Physical and educational standards will be called for the written examination.
ii. The written examination will be of 200 Marks and will have 200 questions.
iii. Answers to the questions will have to be given in an OMR Sheet provided
iv. Time allotted is two (2) hours.
v. Candidates should write their Roll Number both on the Question Booklet and the Answer Sheet.
vi. All questions are compulsory and carry equal marks.
vii. Each Question Booklet has a Series No. Candidates should enter the Series Number Correctly on Answer Sheet.
viii. Answer sheets where Booklets Series No. is not entered will not be evaluated.
ix. Each question is followed by four answer choices i.e. a,b,c,d,. Out of these,
candidate has to select the correct answer for each question and mark correct
answer by darkening only one of the choice of four ovals for each question.
x. If more than one oval is darkened, the answer will not be evaluated at all.
xi. Candidate should think and decide clearly before making heavy black marks to
fill the oval completely.
xii. The Answer Sheet and question Booklets shall be handed over to the invigilator
before leaving the examination hall, failing which, the applicant will be liable for

i. After written, the candidates will be subjected to detailed medical examination.
The candidates who have been declared medically fit will only be considered for appointment, subject to the condition that they secure place in merit in their respective categories.

ii. When a candidate is declared unfit for appointment in the Army in detailed medical examination, the grounds for rejection will be communicated to him by Presiding Officer.

iii. Within a period of one month from the date of communication of such grounds for rejection in medical, the candidate can file an appeal against such declaration of medical unfitness.

iv. Such an appeal for re-medical examination must be accompanied by a proof of his/her fitness in the form of medical certificate from any medical practitioner and be submitted to the DIGP of the concerned centre where his/her test has been conducted.

The medical certificate will not be taken into considerations unless it contains a note by the Medical Practitioner concerned to the effect that it has been brought to his knowledge of the fact that the candidate has already been declared as unfit for appointment by the Army Medical Officer.