Applications will be filled for the Second Online Written Examination (CEE) for Indian Army Agniveer Recruitment from the first week of February. The application process will be online. For this, the candidate has to visit the official website of the army www.joinindianarmy. Have to apply on nic.in. For registration, candidates will have to deposit Rs 250 online through SBI Bank gateway. Information related to online registration has been released on the website of Army Recruitment Board. Candidates from Muzaffarpur, Samastipur, Madhubani, Darbhanga, Sitamarhi, Shivhar, East Champaran (Motihari) and West Champaran (Bettiah) will be able to participate for this registration.
However, the Army has not announced the date yet. You can register for the exam within one month of the announcement of the date. The written examination is likely to be held in Muzaffarpur, Darbhanga and Samastipur. More than four online examination centers can be made in Muzaffarpur. It is expected that the written examination will be held in the end of March or the first week of April. The Army has also made typing test mandatory in the Store Keeper and Clerk recruitment of 2024-25.
Agniveer will be reinstated in four categories
The army officer said that the restoration will take place in two phases. In the first phase, there will be online written examination (CEE) and in the second phase, there will be a process of physical efficiency and medical examination. After this the merit list will be released. This restoration will be for four categories, which include Agniveer GD, Agniveer Clerk and SKT, Agniveer Technical and Agniveer Tradesman.
45 percent marks in 10th for Agniveer GD
Army officer said that it is a golden opportunity for the 10th pass candidates to become Agniveer. For GD, it is mandatory to have 45% marks in 10th class. Whereas for technical category, candidates who have passed 12th with 50 percent marks, for Clerk and SKT, candidates who have passed 12th with 60 percent marks can apply. For Tedsman, it is mandatory to pass 10th and 8th with 33% marks.