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India Army System

India’s defence policy aims at promoting and sustaining durable peace in the sub – continent and equipping the defence forces adequately to safe ­guard against aggression. The Supreme Command of the Armed Forces is vested in the President of India. The Defence Minister is responsible to Parliament for all matters concerning defence. There are three divisions each functioning under their respective Chief of Staff. Administrative and operational control of the armed forces is exercised by the Ministry of Defence and the three services headquarters.

Today India has the 4th largest army, 5th largest airforce and the 7th largest navy in the world.

Indian Defence Organisation

The three services function under their respective Chief’ s of Staff

  • Chief of the Army Staff  : General Vijay Kumar Singh
  • Chief of the Naval Staff : Admiral Nirmal Kumar Verma
  • Chief of the Air Staff : Air Chief Marshal NAK Browne

Indian Army

At the Army Headquarters in New Delhi, the Chief of the Army Staff is assisted by the Vice – Chief of the Army Staff and seven other Principal Staff officers namely, the two Deputy Chiefs of the Army Staff, Adjutant General, Quarter – master General, Master – General of Ordnance and the Military Secretary besides a Head of Branch, namely the Engineer – in – Chief. The Army is organized into five commands, viz., Southern, Eastern, Western, Central and Northern. Each command is under a General Officer Commanding – in – Chief who holds the rank of Lieutenant General.General Studies Question Bank CD

General Officer Commanding – in – Chief is the Commander of a demarcated geographical area and has both field and static formations under his command. The major field formations are Corps, Division and Brigade commanded by a General Officer Commanding of the rank of Lieutenant General, a General Officer Commanding of the rank of Major General, and a Brigadier, respectively. The major static formations are Areas, Independent Sub – Areas and Sub – Areas. An Area is commanded by a General Officer Commanding of the rank of Major General and an Independent Sub – Area and Sub – Area by a Brigadier. The Army consists of a number of arms and services. These are : Armoured Corps, Regiment of Artillery, Corps of Air Defence, Artillery, Army Aviation Corps, Corps of Engineers, Corps of Signals, Infantry, Mechanised Infantry, Army Service Corps, Military Nursing Service,

Army Medical Corps, Army Dental Corps, Army Ordnance Corps, Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Remount and Veterinary Corps, Military Farms Service, Army Education Corps, Intelligence Corps, Corps of Military Fblice, Judge Advocate General Department, Army Physical Training Corps, Pioneer Corps, Army Postal Service, Territorial Army, Defence Security Corps.

In addition, the Army has its own Recruiting Organization, Record Offices, Colleges, Schools, Depots, Boys Establishments, Training Institutions and Selection Centres. According to the changing times, induction of women is approved and several women officers have joined in various departments. More than 72 women officers have been commissioned in various Arms / Services. India’s first Defence University named Indian National Defence University would come up at Binola in Gurgaon.

Integrated Guided Missiles Development Program

The IGMDP was started by ministry of Defence in 1980s and closed on 7th May, 2008 for the development of a comprehensive range of missiles including the intermediate range Agni Missile ( surface to surface ), short range missiles such as Prithvi ( surface to surface ), Akash ( surface to air ), Trishul ( surface to air ) and Nag missiles ( anti – tank ).

Agni : The Agni missile belongs to the family of medium to intercontinental range ballistic missiles. Agni – I ( 500 – 700 km range ); Agni – H ( 2000 – 3000 km range ); Agni – III ( 3000 – 5500 km range ); Agni – IV ( was side stepped ); Agni – V ( 5000 – 6000 km range ).General Studies Question Bank CD

Agni – I was test – fired at the Test Range in Chandipur in 1989 and it is capable of carrying 1000 kg conventional payload. Agni – II with a range of 2000 – 2500 km range can reach most of the western parts, central and Southern China.

Beijing and Shanghai fall within this range. Agni – III was test fired on 9th July, 2006 from Wheeler island off Orissa coast. Again test fired on 12th April, 2007 and 7th May, 2008 the missile’s Circular Error Probable ( CEP ) lies within 40 metres range.

Prithvi : The Prithvi missile project encompasses 3 variants for use by Army, Navy and Airforce.

Prithvi – I ( SS – 150 ) Army Version ( 150 km range with a payload of 1000 kg ); Prithvi – II ( SS – 250 ) Air Force Version ( 250 km range with a payload of 500 kg ); Prithvi – III ( SS – 350 ) Naval Version ( 350 km range with a payload of 500 kg ); Dhanush – Naval Version of Prithvi which can be launched from ships; Prithvi – I was inducted into Army in 1994.

Prithvi – II was test fired on 27th January, 1994 and developmental stages were completed in 2004. Prithvi – III class ( Dhanush ) was test fired in 2000 from INS Subhadra. It was a partial success. It was again test fired on 13th December, 2009 from INS Subhadra anchored 35 km off Chandipur, Orissa.

Akash : It can be fired from both tracked and wheeled platforms. It can target an aircraft 30 km away at an altitude of 18000 metres and can carry a nuclear warhead of 60 kg.

The system provides air defence missile coverage of 2000 kms. The first test flight was conducted in 1990 with developmental flights upto 1997. It was one of the costliest projects ever undertaken by India. The estimated cost was 120 million dollars. In December 2007, Airforce completed user trials of this missile. In February 2010, Indian Airforce accepted the Akash missile system.

Trishul : It has a range of 9 kms and is designed to counter a low level attack with a very quick reaction time. Trishul can be used as an anti – sea skimmer missile. It is an all weather surface to air missile. Until 1999, it has undergone many developmental stages, when it was inducted into service.

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Nag : It is a third generation “Fire and forget” anti – tank missile developed at a cost of ₹ 300 crores. It has a flight speed of 200 metres / second, carrying a 8 kg tandem – shaped warhead. Nag missiles are of four version – Helina ( helicopter launched ), land version, Air – launched and man portable – all are of 7 to 14 km ranges.

‘Samyukta’ presented to the Army

‘Samyukta’, an indigenous, state – of – the – art Integrated Electronic Warfare ( IEW ) system was presented by the President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, to the Chief of the Army Staff, Gen. N.C. Vij, on 19th January, 2004.

It is capable of handling both ground – based and airborne threats. It has the capability to intercept, detect, search, identify and locate complex communication and radar signals. It monitors and analyses communication and radar activity across Forward Edge of the Battle Area ( FEBA ) and many Other sophisticated features. Once deployed, the system has operational frontal coverage of 150 / 70 km.

India Successfully test Fires Nishant

‘Nishant’, India’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, developed by the DRDO was successfully flight – tested near Kolar on 20th June, 2008 Nishant is one of the few UAVs in the World in its weight class capable of being catapult launched and recovered by using parachute. The DRDO Nishant is an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle ( UAV ) developed by India’s ADE ( Aeronautical Development Establishment ) a branch of DRDO for the Indian Armed Forces.

The Nishant UAV is primarily tasked with intelligence gathering over enemy territory and also for recce, surveillance, target designation, artillery fire correction, damage assessment, ELINT and SIGINT. The UAV has an Endurance of 4 hrs and 30 min. Nishant has completed development phase and user trials.

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Indian Navy

The Navy is responsible for the defence and security of India’s maritime interests and assets, both in times of war and peace. The Chief of the Naval Staff at Naval Headquarters in New Delhi, exercises control on the Indian Navy through a chain of three Commands : Western, Eastern and Southern, each under a Flag Officer Commanding – in – Chief, in the rank of Vice – Admiral, having their Headquarters at Mumbai, Vishakhapatnam and Kochi, respectively. At Naval Headquarters, he is assisted by four Principal Staff Officers, namely the Vice Chief of Naval Staff, Chief of Personnel, Chief of Material and Deputy Chief of Naval Staff.

The Navy has two fleets – Western Fleet and Eastern Fleet which consist of two aircraft carriers, destroyers, frigates, including some of the latest type of anti-submarine and anti – aircraft frigates, submarine depot ship, a squadron of anti – submarine patrol vessels and other special vessels. In addition, there are survey ships, training ships, fleet tankers, landing crafts and a number of auxiliary craft. India has acquired two aircraft carriers namely INS – Mysore, INS – Viraat. India launched its first missile boat – INS Vibhuti on 26th April, 1991. ‘INS Savithri’, the first warship built by the Government controlled Hindustan Shipyard was delivered to – the Navy in 1990. A project of Very Low Frequency Communication facility was set up on 20th October, 1990, at south Vijayanarayanam in Tirunelveli District of Tamil Nadu. India is the fifth maritime power to have the Technology of VLF system.

INS Shalki was the first indigenously built submarine which was commissioned in 1992. India also joins the group of nations possessing Nuclear Powered submarines with INS Chakrahaving been acquired on lease from the USSR in February 1988. The only unified command in the country headed by a Naval Officer, the Fortress Commander of, Andaman and Nicobar ensures the security of our island territories in the Bay of Bengal and the exclusive economic zone around them.General Studies Question Bank CD

The recently commissioned naval aircraft carrier, stationed at Port Blair; INS Utkrosh, not only carries out the air surveillance of these far flung islands but also renders timely and effective assistance to the civil administration and the islands in remote areas. INS – Mysore, the country’s second indigenously built guided missile destroyer, was commissioned on 2nd June, 1999. INS Aditya, the 24,000 tons fleet replenishment tanker of the Indian Navy was commissioned on 3rd April, 2000. It is the fastest tanker in Indian Navy, the other two being INS Shakti and INS Jyoti. INS Brahmaputra, called the Razing Rhino, the Navy’s latest and finest guided – missile frigate has been commissioned.

INS Satpura – second indigenously – built stealth ship the second indigenously built stealth ship, INS Satpura, was launched on 4th June, 2004 at the Mazgaon Docks, Mumbai. The vessel, 143 metres long and 16.9 metres wide, cost an estimated ₹ 1,000 crore. It will have advanced surface – to – surface and surface – to – air missiles and hi – tech radar and communications equipment on board.

Powered by gas turbines and diesel engines, the warship can move at speeds of up to 30 knots and operate two helicopters for surveillance and anti – submarine operations.

INS Kadamba commissioned in Karwar, Karnataka on 31st May, 2005. INS Beas commissioned in Kolkata on 11th July, 2005. INS Shardul commissioned in Karwar, Karnataka on 4th January, 2007. It was built by the Garden Reach Ship Builders and Engineers. The naval forces at present, has two major naval bases at Mumbai and Vishakhapatnam.

INS Jalashwa : Commissioned on 22nd June, 2007 at Landing Platform Dock ( LPD ). The ship is the first of its class to be inducted into the Navy and was acquired from the US, in the process marking a milestone in the bilateral relationship.

INS Arihant : India’s first indigenously built nuclear – powered submarine, equipped with ballistic missiles, is launched by flooding the dry dock at the Ship building Centre, Vishakhapatnam on 26th July, 2009.

The 350 km range ship based anti surface missile INS Dhanush was successfully test fired on 13th December, 2009 from INS Subhadra in Bay of Bengal off Orissa. On 29.04.2010 – INS Shivalik, an indigenously built stealth frigate launched at Visakhapatnam. On 20.04.2010 – INS Kamorta, the first project 28 Anti Submarine corvette was launched at Kolkatta. On 14th October, 2010 the indegeniously built INS Kalpeni, the fastest attack craft was formally commissioned into Indian Navy at Kochi. INS Karuva was formally inducted into Indian Navy on 25th August, 2011.

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Naval Exercises

Naval exercises are conducted at regular intervals with naval fleets of other countries to increase the inter operational skills and to strengthen co – operative security relationship. It is held either annually or triennially depending upon the agreements made with other countries. The following Naval exercises were conducted,General Studies Question Bank CD

Varuna : with French Navy; Konkan : with Royal Navy, UTC; Indra : with Russian Navy; Malabar : with US Navy; Simbex : With Singapore Navy. Besides these regular exercises, Indian Navy also conducts naval exercises with Japan, Vietnam, Philippines, South Korea, Germany etc.

Coast Guard

The Coast Guard came into being on 1st February, 1977 and was constituted as an Independent Armed force of the Union of India with the enactment of Coast Guard Act 1978 on 18th August, 1978. It forms a part of the Defence Ministry. Its headquarters is in New Delhi and it is headed by a Director General. It has Four regional headquarters at Mumbai ( Western Region ), Chennai ( Southern Region ) and Port Blair ( Andaman and Nicobar Islands ). In January 2011, 4th Coast Guard station was commissioned at Port Blair in Andaman and Nicobar Island.

The main duties of the Coast Guard are protection of coastal and offshore installations and terminals, protection of fisheries, patrol of the exclusive economic zone ( 2.8 million sq. kms ) to prevent poaching, anti – smuggling work and search and rescue missions.

The Coast Guard fleet comprises ships such as KUTHAR ( ex – navy ), VIKRAM, VIJAY, VEERA ( indigenously built ), a number of offshore patrol vessels and a number of inshore patrol vessels.

Coast Guard Ships regularly assist the customs authorities in anti – smuggling operations and have been responsible in apprehending contraband worth several crores of rupees. The development of the Coast Guard in accordance with a long term perspective plan has been approved by the Government. Besides, the force is available for search and rescue operations, anti – pollution and other duties in the maritime zones of the country. On 17th March, 2010 – ICGS Vishwast was formally inducted into Indian Coast Guard. India’s First Coast Guard Academy to be setup at Azheekal near Kannur in North Kerala.

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Indian Air Force System

The Indian Air Force is organised on both functional as well as geographical basis. There are five Operational Commands. They are Western Air Command, South – Western Air Command, Central Air Command, Eastern Air Command and Southern Air Command. In addition, the Maintenance Command and the Training Command are two functional commands.

At the Air Headquarters in New Delhi, the Chief of the Air Staff is assisted by the Vice – Chief of the Air Staff, Deputy Chief of the Air Staff, Air Officer Incharge Administration, Air Officer Incharge Maintenance, Air Officer Incharge Personnel and Training, and Inspector General of Flight Safety and Inspection. These six principal Staff Officers are assisted each by an Assistant Chief of Air Staff. Today, the Air Force consists of an array of modem aircraft.

The teeth of the Air Force is in MIG – 29 aircraft, Mirage – 2000, SU – 30, Jaguar, M1G – 21, MIG – 23, MIG – 25 and MIG – 27. The IAF has attack helicopters like MI – 25 and MI – 35. The transport fleet consists of IL – 76s, AN – 32s, Boeing – 737 and indigenously produced HS – 748. Dornier – 228 has replaced the Otter aircraft and is manufactured under licence by the HAL. The helicopter fleet consists of Chetak, Cheetah MI – 8, MI – 7 and heavy lift MI – 26 helicopters. HPT – 32 manufactured by HAL is used as the basic trainer aircraft. HJT – 16 ( Kiran ) and Polish Iskara aircraft are used as trainers in the applied stage of training. HS – 748 is used as transport aircraft trainer.General Studies Question Bank CD

The Air Force MI – 8 helicopters are specially modified to undertake tasks in Antarctica. M – 17 and Chetak are used for high altitude operations. They provide logistic support to ground forces. The Indian Air Force, which began humbly with four Westland Wapiti Aircraft in Karachi in 1932 celebrated its golden jubilee in 1982. In the recent past, modern weapon systems have been acquired to strengthen the combat force.

Modern avionics have been fitted in transport and combat aircraft to enhance flight safety and optimise flight operations. Air Defence Ground Environment is being modernised by deploying advanced technology radars and automatic data handling systems. The first batch of women pilots were commissioned on 17th December, 1994. Since then women pilots are serving in frontline transport and helicopter squadrons.

Women officers are also serving in Technical, Administrative, Logistics, Education and Medical branches. The first batch of women Air Traffic Controller and Fighter Controller / D ATS was commissioned in May 1996. The Air Force has carried out a major air to ground exercise termed Vayushakti in February 1999 where it displayed its awesome fire power to the public.

Commissioned Ranks : The following are the commissioned ranks in the three services; each rank is shown opposite to its equivalent in the other services.

SI.No.
Area of Specializations
Eligibility Criteria

1.

Faculty of Medicine ( Full Time )
Every candidate who presents himself / herself for registration for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy ( PhD ) in Medicine , Surgery and their specializations must possess any one of the following educational qualifications, awarded by this University or of any other University or any other qualification recognized by this University as equivalent thereto; Degree of Doctor of Medicine ( DM ), Degree of Master of Chirurgie ( MCh ), Degree of Doctor of Medicine ( MD ), Degree of Master of Surgery (MS); Postgraduate Diploma in the Faculty of Medicine and Diplomate of National Board of Examinations of India

2.

Non - Medical Disciplines ( Full Time )
Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, Allied Health Sciences, Biomedical Sciences & Technology and Management Sciences.
A candidate who presents himself/ herself for registration for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy ( PhD ) must possess any one of the following educational qualifications, awarded by this University or of any other recognized University or any other qualification recognized by this University as equivalent thereto; Degree of Master of Science in the Faculty of Medicine ( MSc Non - medical, 3 years course ); Master’s Degree in the Faculties including Dentistry / Pharmacy / Nursing / Allied Health Sciences / Biomedical Sciences & Technology / Management / Physiotherapy.
3.
Inter Disciplinary Research ( Full / Part Time )Every candidate who presents himself / herself for registration for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy ( PhD ), as an Inter - Disciplinary research candidate must possess any one of the educational qualifications mentioned in Faculty of Medical and Non Medical Disciplines or one of the following educational qualifications awarded by this University or any other recognized University or any other qualification recognized by this University as equivalent thereto; Master’s degree in Basic Sciences; Master’s degree or its equivalent in Engineering or Technology; Master’s degree in Management Sciences.
4.
Common Provision ( Full Time )Notwithstanding the above, only candidates who are stipendiary with scholarship / fellowships / project positions from funding agencies, industries, governmental and non - governmental agencies would be considered for admission to PhD program as fulltime research scholars.
5.
Independent Research ( Part Time )Head of Department, Professor, Additional Professor or Associate Professor who is working in any department of this University with not less than ten years of teaching experience of which five years shall be at the postgraduate level and having a minimum of three research publications either as a principal author or as a co-author in any accredited journal, is eligible to register for the PhD Degree without a guide as Part time Independent Research Candidate.

A jawan enters service at the age of 16. The upper age limit varies for; various categories. Under the modified system of recruitment since 1981, a candidate has to undergo literary as well as physical tests. The selection should be made within two days. Recruitment is made by 58 branch recruiting offices and 12 zonal recruiting offices, besides an Independent Recruiting office at Delhi.

Recruitment is done twice or thrice a year. The minimum qualification for entry into Air Force is matriculation or its equivalent. Screening test is done in more than 66 centres all over the country.General Studies Question Bank CD

Sainik Schools : 24 Sainik Schools in our country one each in all major states prepare boys academically and physically for entry into National Defence Academy. The schools are affiliated to CBSE and follow the 10+2 pattern of education. Admission is made to Class VI & IX on the basis of an all – India entrance examination.

Rashtriya Indian Military College ( R1MC ) : It prepares students for the entrance examinations for entry into National Defence Academy. The college is run on the lines of Public Schools.

National Defence Academy ( NDA ) : Situated at Khadakvasla near Pune, the Academy conducts a three – year combined basic military training course for potential officers of the three services. The cadets are also trained in academics to the degree level; Admission to this Academy is made on the basis of a qualifying bi – annual examination conducted by UPSC, the entry qualification being matric or equivalent. The present strength of Army, Navy and Air force cadets at the academy is 1960 including 69 cadets from Bhutan, 9 from Palestine and 8 from Maldives.

Indian Military Academy ( IMA ) : IMA, Dehradun is the premier institution for training officers for the Army. It offers training to NDA cadet graduates, for one year. After completion of the training in IMA which offers one and a half year training to higher age group graduates also, the personnel are granted commission in the army. Started in 1932, at present its strength is 1298.

Officers’ Training Academy ( OTA ) : Located at Chennai, it trains candidates for Short Service Commission in the Army, Navy and Air Force for holding staff appointments in their own services. About 500 officers receive training every year. So far more than 581 lady cadets have been granted short service commission. New Officers’ Training Academy will be setup at Gaya in Bihar. Training commenced from July 2011.

National Defence College ( NDC ) : It is a premier institution at New 1 Delhi dedicated to promoting understanding between military and civil authorities and for preparing them for higher responsibilities in national and international affairs.

Armed Forces Medical College ( AFMC ) : It was established on 1st May, 1948 as an institution for Post – graduate medical education and to conduct research. A graduate wing to train students for the M.B.B.S. degree of Poona University was started in August 1962. College of Nursing was added in 1964 to train for B.Sc., ( Nursing ) degree.

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Other Army Institutions

SlNo
Programs
Specializations
Eligibility
1
BE
Computer Science and Engineering / Electronics and Communication Engineering / Electrical and Electronics Engineering / Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering / Mechanical Engineeringi Should have passed the Higher Secondary Examination of ( 10 + 2 ) Curriculum ( Academic Stream ) prescribed by the Government of Tamil Nadu with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as three of the four subjects of study under Part – III or any examination of any other University or authority accepted by the Syndicate of Anna University of Technology as equivalent thereto ( or )
ii Should have passed the Higher Secondary Examination of Vocational stream ( Vocational groups in Engineering / Technology ) as prescribed by the Government of Tamil Nadu
2
BTech
Information Technology
3
ME
Computer Science and Engineering / VLSI Design / Applied Electronics / Power Electronics and Drives / Power Systems / CAD / CAMi. ME Power Electronics & Drives : BE / BTech ( EEE / ECE / E & I / I & C / Electronics / Instrumentation )
ii. ME Computer Science and Engineering : BE / BTech ( EEE / ECE / Electronics / IT / CSE / I&C / E & I / Instrumentation ) or MCA or MSc ( 5 years Integrated ( IT / CSE / Software Engineering ) ( 10 + 2 + 3 + 3 years pattern )
iii. ME VLSI Design : BE / BTech ( ECE / EEE / Electronics / Instrumentation / E & I / I & C / CSE / IT )
iv. ME Applied Electronics : BE / BTech ( EEE / ECE / E & I / I & C / Electronics / Instrumentation )
4
MBA
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A pass in any Bachelor’s Degree in the main branch of study from a recognized university.
5
MCA
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i. Any Bachelors degree of minimum 3 year duration in any discipline with Mathematics at 10 +2 level ( or )
ii. Any Bachelors degree of minimum 3 year duration in any discipline with Mathematics as one of the subjects.
iii. Mathematics includes Statistics / Business Mathematics / Business Statistics / Numerical Methods / Quantitative Techniques / Basic Mathematics / Mathematical Foundation / Discrete Maths / Computer Oriented Numerical Methods / and Statistical Methods / Mathematics for Management / Algebra and Calculus / Operation Research.
6
PhD
Computer Science and Engineering / Electronics and Communication Engineering / Electrical and Electronics Engineering / Management Studies
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Sl.No.Name of InstituteTelephone No., Fax, EmailWebsite
4.Amity University ( UP ), Lucknow Campus,
Amity School of Engineering, Viraj Khand - 5,
Gomti Nagar Acheme, Lucknow, UP.
Telephone No. : 0522 - 6525675 / 76 / 77,
Email : admissionslko@amity.edu
www.amity.edu/lucknow
5.Amity University ( UP ), Noida Campus,
Amity School of Engineering, Sector - 125, UP.
Telephone No. : 0120 - 2445252,
Email : admissions@amity.edu
www.amity.edu/
6.Bansal Institute of Engineering & Technology,
Near Pawli Khas Railway Station,
Modipuram, Meerut ( UP ).
Telephone No. : 0121-2578550, 2578551,
Email : bansaliet@rediffmail.com.
www.bansaliet.org/
7.Bhagwant Institute of Technology, NH 24, Jindal Nagar,
hapur Road, Ghaziabad, U.P, ( India ).
Telephone No. : 91 - 120 - 2678952, 53,55, 91,
120 – 2678954,
Mobile No. : 9760036871
Email : bhagwant_society@rediffmail.com
www.bhagwantgroup.com
8.Bhagwant University, Sikar Road, Ajmer ( Raj. ) – 305 004.Telephone No. : 0145 - 2300144, 0145 – 2300629,
Mobile No. : 09351341930, 09351341931
Email : unibhagwant@rediffmail.com
www.bhagwantgroup.com
9.Delhi Technical Campus, Campus 4km stone,
Main Badly Road,
Nayagaon, Near Sector-13, Bahadurgarh,
Dist - Jhajjar, Haryana- 124 507.
Telephone No. : 01276 - 243001,
Mobile No. : 9992472200, 9992280200,
9718468633, 09416055222,
Email : fore_group@yahoo.com, admissions@delhitechnicalcampus.com
www.delhitechnicalcampus.com
10.Dr. K. N. Modi University, Campus : Plot No. INS - 1, INS - 1, RIICO Industrial Area, Ph-II, Newal, Distt - Tonk, RajasthanTelephone No. : 0143 - 8223472, 0143 – 8223474,
Mobile No. : 8875010001,
Email : knmu@knmodifoundation.com
www.dknmu.org
11.IAMR College of Engineering, 12th Km. Stone, Meerut – Baghpat Road, Panchli Khurd, MeerutTelephone No. : 0120 – 2675904 / 05,
0120 – 2679144 / 45,
Mobile No. : 9811171842,
Email : iamrgzb@rediffmail.com
www.iamrmeerut.com
12.Invertis University,
Bareilly – Luckno Highway - 24,
Bareilly, U.P – 243 123
Telephone No. : 0581 2460442, 260443,
Tele Fax No. : 0581 2460454,
Email : info@invertis.org
invertisuniversity.ac.in
13.ITM University, NH - 75, Jhansi Road,
Gwalior ( M.P ) – 474 001
Telephone No. : 0751 – 2440058,
Mobile No. :
Email : registrar@itmuniversity.ac.in, registraroffice@itmuniversity.ac.in.
www.itmuniversity.ac.in/
14.Jagannath University,
Rampura, Tehsil
Chaksu, Jaipur
Telephone No. : 0141 - 3020500, 3020555,
0141 – 3020538,
Mobile No. : 09509081234, 09990681666,
Email : admission@jagannathuniversity.org.
www.jagannathuniversity.org/
15.Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women’s University, Vedaant Gyan Valley,
Village – Jharna, Mahala – Jobner Link Road,
Jaipur Ajmer Express Way, NH-8,
Jaipur - 303 007, Rajasthan
Telephone No. : 01428 287427 / 29, 1428 287331 / 32, 1428 287401 / 02,
Mobile No. : 09001140140,
Tele Fax No. : 1428 287428 / 88,
Super Fax No. : 08302542620,
Email : admission@jvwomensuniv.com, info@jvwomensuniv.com.
jvwomensuniversity.com
16.Jodhpur National University, Narnadi,
Jhanwar Road, Jodhpur
Telephone No. : 02931 - 281551-54, 02931-
281416
Mobile No. : 09928519000, 09212271699,
Email : info@jodhpurnationaluniversity.com, kapilsuri3@yahoo.com.
jodhpurnationaluniversity.com
17.Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar - Delhi G.T. Road ( NH - I ),
Phagwara, Punjab ( India ) - 144 402
Telephone No. : 01824 - 404455,
Mobile No. : 09815766677, 09876740030,
Email : admissions@lpu.co.in.
www.lpu.in
18.Maharishi Markandeshar Group of Institutions,
Sadopur - Ambala - 134 007, Haryana
Telephone No. : 0171 - 2009201, 202, 203,
Email : Info@mmambala.org.
www.mmambala.org
19.Maharishi Markandeshar Group of Institutions,
Solan ( HP ), 173 - 229, ( India )
Telephone No. : 0091- 1792 - 268224, 0091 - 1792 - 268221,
Email : info@mmusolan.org.
www.mmusolan.org
20.Maharishi Markandeshar
University,
Mullana - Ambala, Haryana ( India )
Telephone No. : 0091 - 1731 - 304146, 47, 51, 0091 -
1731 - 274483,
Email : info@mmumullana.org.
www.mmumullana.org
21.Mahatma Jyoti Rao Phoole University, SP - 2 & 3,
Kant Kalwar, RIICO Industrial, Area, Tala Mod, NH-8, Achrol, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Telephone No. : 0141 - 2294680, 2295101, 0141- 2294947,
Email :mjrpg@rediffmail.com.
22.Mewar University, Gangrar,
Chittargarh, Rajastan- 312 901.
Telephone No. : 91 - 01471 - 220881 / 2 / 3 / 4, 91 - 01471 - 220886,
Email : vc@mewaruniversity.org.
www.mewaruniversity.org
23.R.D. Engineering College & Research Centre, NH - 58, Delhi - Meerut Road, Duhai, Ghaziabad- 201 206 ( UP ).Telephone No. : 0120 - 2679301, 02, 03, 04,
Mobile No. : 09999880912,
Email : info@rdec.in.
www.rdec.in
24.Rajshree Institute of Management and Technology,
16th Km, NH - 74, Pilibhit Road, Bareilly, Lucknow.
Telephone No. : 0581 - 2602096, 3249600, 0581 - 2602096,
Email : rajshree.institute@gmail.c
om.
www.rajshree.ac.in
25.Sharda University, Plot No. 32, 34, Knowledge Park 3, Greater Noida - 201 306.Telephone No. : 0120 - 2323617, 0120 - 2323667,
Email : mp.jain@sharda.ac.in, ajit.kumar@sharda.ac.in.
www.sharda.ac.in
26.Shobhit University, NH - 58, Modipuram, Meerut, Uttar PradeshTelephone No. : 0121 - 2575091, 0121 - 2575092,
Fax No. : 0121 – 2575724,
Mobile No. : 09319491700,
Email : admission@shobhituniversity.ac.in.
www.shobhituniversity.ac.in
27.SR Group of Institutions, Jhansi, 16 KM,
Gwalior Road, Jhansi - 284 003
Telephone No. : 0510 - 6452650, 6532847, 9889032621, 9889032643, 9889032634, 9598067689, 9889032647,
Toll Free No. : 1800 - 180 - 7272,
Email : info@srgi.ac.in, registrar@srgi.ac.in.
www.srgi.ac.in

Air Force Training Institutes

Ordnance Factories : There are 39 Ordnance factories with a manpower of 1.48 lakh. There are eight public sector enterprises under the Department of Defence Production and Supplies. They are the following :

  1. Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd.
  2. Bharath Electronics Ltd.
  3. Bharath Earth Movers Ltd.
  4. Mazagon Dock Ltd.
  5. Garden Reach Ship Builders & Engineers Ltd.
  6. Goa Shipyard Limited
  7. Bharath Dynamics Limited
  8. Mishra Dhatu Nigam Ltd

Territorial Army : The Territorial Army is a citizens’ volunteer force established in 1949 and designed to give the citizens an opportunity to receive military training in their spare time. The territorials serve the country in times of emergency and aid the civil power in dealing with natural calamities. There are at present 27 departmental and 25 non – departmental TA units. All able – bodied nationals of India in the age group of 18 to 35 years are eligible to join. Presently, its size is 40,000.

National Cadet Corps ( NCC ) : Established in 1948, on 15th July, it is open to the students of Universities, Colleges and Schools on voluntary basis. It has a strength of 13 lakh cadets. During 1998 – 99, 21 centrally organised camps were held in which 39,818 cadets participated from Army, Navy and Air wings. It aims at development of qualities such as leadership, character, comradeship and the ideal of service among the youth. The cadets and NCC Commissioned Officers have no liability of military service.

The NCC consists of three divisions namely Senior Division for college boys, Junior Division for school boys and the Giris Division. The training program of the cadets has a defence base. For resettlement and welfare of ex – servicemen, various schemes are introduced by The Directorate General of Resettlemenf ( DGR ) under the Ministry of Defence ( MoD ).

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