"We see the world the way we look at it.Every situation appear to us the way we approach it and result in the way we react to it".This is the fundamental idea on which I live.When we start criticizing others for all happenings in our life ,we fail to correct our self. So take the responsibility for all that what happens in our life. My Motto: "The whole world steps aside for the man who knows where he is going." My Slogan:"Dream,Dare,Do Right"
Excellent pay package, perks and privileges is not the only attraction.
In a remote, forgotten corner of India in Kohima, Nagaland lies a war memorial for all those who laid down their lives fight Japanese in Burma during the Second World War. On a monument at the foot of cemetery is an inscription which reads”When you go home tell them of us and say for your tomorrow we gave our today".
That in many ways represents the Indian Army. Things have changed pay packages and privileges have improved; but still there are men who keep vigil so that the rest of the country can sleep safe at night.
Fighting for your country is the highest honour one can get.
With my batch officers for Young Technical Officer's course in EME (Electronics and Mechanical Engineers) School ,Vadodara
There are various modes of entry in to Army. For officers after +2 ,NDA(National Defence Academy, Pune) then IMA(Indian Military Academy, Dehradun) or OTA(Officers Training Academy, Chennai)
Graduates can appear for written test for NDA, IMA, OTA, then SSB(Service Selection Board) and Medical Test to enter Army. Engineering graduates go to Technical Corps)
Women cadets are eligible to apply for SSC(Short Service Commission).It is for those who want to serve in Army for some time, get experience of Army life and then move on. A stint in the Army is great asset. The system is well organized and institutionalized. Corporate look for a lot of skills that are imparted in the defence services and those who go out get hired very soon.
Army officers are well trained in man management because they constantly involved in leading jawans from different places and backgrounds under adverse conditions.
To get there it requires a lot of hard work and training ,and it does not come easy. Read on....