Indian Army Exam 2018: Strict Action Against 9 Imposters!

Indian Army Exam 2018: Strict Action Against 9 Imposters! – Officials observed something unexpected when at Central Ordnance Depot in Delhi Cantonment, a physical test was being conducted.

Along with a written complaint against the victims, the Indian Army has handed over dummy candidates to regional police. Officials from Indian Army also tried to interview the victims in approach to spread the truth, but imposters denied. 

According to recent changes in the examination pattern, many AROs (Army Recruiting Offices) conduct written examination first, then physical test along with document verification. Moreover, victims were caught red-handed at the time of document verification procedure when Indian Army Officials recognised that 9 candidates who were appearing in the physical test are different from those who appeared in the medical test in comparison to those who appeared in the written examination. 

DCP (Deputy Commissioner of Police) West Shri Vijay Kumar has confirmed in a press release statement yesterday that “Investigation is on to ascertain if there are more people involved in the racket.” 

One candidate is from Agra, one from Jind and seven others are from Firozabad district in Uttar Pradesh. Name of the imposters according to Indian Army Registered Application Form 2018 are Bantu, Naval Kishor, Sandeep Kumar, Deepak, Sonu, Ramavtar, Avnish Kumar, Sheelesh and Kehar Singh. 

Reportedly, candidates for whom accused were appearing already clarified the other stages of selection procedure but doubtful whether they will pass in PFT (Physical Fitness Test) of Indian Army exam or not.

The procedure of Physical Test for selection in India Army: Total 100 marks physical test and 100 marks written test is conducted in Indian Army Exam to successfully qualify the selection procedure. This 100 marks Physical test includes 1-mile run, pull-ups, balancing and jumping. In the running portion of physical fitness test, if following marks are awarded when running is completed on different timings –

  • 06:01 minute – 24 marks only.
  • 05:51 minutes – 36 marks only.
  • 05:41 minutes – 48 marks.
  • 05:40 minutes – 60 marks.

Balancing and Jumping doesn’t award any marks since it is a qualifying test. In case of jumping, a 9 feet ditch has to be jumped off with the help of run-up. 16 Marks for 6 pull ups, 21 marks for 7 pull ups, 28 marks for 8 pull ups, 32 marks for 9 pull-ups and 40 marks for more than 10 pull-ups are awarded in case of this second stage of the physical test.

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Indian Army Exam 2018: Strict Action Against 9 Imposters!

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