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Online Registration for Army Agniveer Recruitment Rally to close on Sept 3, 2022

Jalandhar, August 13, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
Online registration for Army Agniveer Recruitment Rally which opened from 05 Aug 2022 will close on 03 Sep 2022.

The recruitment rally will be conducted at Army Public School (Primary wing), Ground
on Major General Rajinder Singh Sparrow Road, Jalandhar Cantt from 21 Nov 2022 to 05 Dec 2022 for the candidates from Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar (SBS
Nagar), Hoshiarpur and Tarn Taran districts.

All eligible unmarried male candidates born between 01 Oct 1999 to 01 Apr 2005 (Both dates inclusive) with requisite educational qualification can apply for Agniveer (General Duty), Agniveer Technical (All Arms ), Agniveer Clerk / Store Keeper (Technical) and Agniveer Tradesman (8th and 10th pass) categories during the recruitment rally the candidates would have to bring with them the original education certificates, domicile certificate and caste certificate issued by Tehsildar or District Magistrate along with the Dogra and Kandi Area Certificates.

A certificate of being unmarried issued by their Village Sarpanch is also required. He added that the candidates would have to bring the Sports Certificate which has been issued by the Sports Federation. Only those candidates who have applied online would be sent the Identity Cards to attend the Army rally and no one would be allowed to carry a mobile phone during the rally.

Candidates to apply online through official website in only Candidate who have successfully registered online will be sent admit card on their e-mail address and intimated the date and time for reporting for the rally. Recruiting Office (HQ) Jalandhar Cantt has advised that recruitment into the Army is a free service and selection is fair and purely based on merit. No money is required to be paid to anyone. All candidates are advised to stay away from touts (Dalals).

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