Applications are inviting from qualified and eligible female candidates for recruitment of 100 Soldier General Duty (Women Military Police) in Indian Army . The details of the posts are given below.
|Name Of The Post||Soldier General Duty (Women Military Police)|
|Age||17 ½ -21|
|Born Between||01 Oct 2000 to 01 Apr 2004|
|Minimum Physical Requirements||Height – 152 cms and Weight is proportionate to height and age as per Army medical standards|
|Educational Qualification||10th/Matric pass with 45% marks inaggregate and 33% in each subject|
|Opening Date||06 Jun 2021|
|Closing Date||20 Jul 2021|
Physical Fitness Test
- 1.6 Km Run
- Upto 7 Min 30 Sec – Group -I
- Upto 8 Min – Group –II
- Long Jump 10 Feet – Need to qualify
- High Jump 3 Feet – Need to qualify
How To Apply
Online registration is open from 06 Jun 2021 to 20 July 2021. Admit Cards for the rally was sent to the registered e-mail. Candidates should reach the venue on given date and time as mentioned within the Admit Card. Recruitment rallies are planned to be conducted at Ambala, Lucknow, Pune, Jabalpur, Belgaum, and Shillong. Candidates will be allotted venue supported their home districts. Candidates must read the NOTIFICATION before applying.Detailed medical standards required, have been put up on www.joinindianarmy.nic.in website.Candidates are required to bring Admit Card,Photograph,Education Certificate,Nativity/Domicile Certificate,Class/ Caste Certificate,Religion Certificate, NCC Certificate,Unmarried Certificate and married Certificate in original with two attested photocopies with them to the rally site.
About Military Police
The Corps of Military Police(CMP) traces its origin to the days preceding would war 2. In July 1939, one Indian Provost Section along with one British section were formed to raise, Force 4 Provost Unit, which was part of 4th Indian Infantry Division. The provost section was raised out of other Ranks from 7 and 11 Cavalry Regiments. The Corps of Military Police is the military police of the Indian Army In addition, the CMP is trained to manage traffic, handle prisoners of war, and handle basic telecommunications equipment, such as telephone exchanges. They can be identified by their white lanyards, red berets and belts, and they also wear a black brazier with MP letters emblazoned in red. The recorded date for raising of first Indian Provost unit was 28 Aug 1939.The first Provost Marshal of the Indian Army was Brigadier AR Forbes.
The role of this Corps is primarily to assist Army formations in maintaining a high standard of discipline of its troops, prevent breaches of varied rules and regulations and to assist in the preservation of high morale of all ranks of the formation.It Maintenance of Order and Discipline in the cantonments, Army Establishments and to prevent the breach of Rules and Regulations of the Indian Army by the Soldiers serving within the Regular Army.