Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Standard view
Full view
of .
Save to My Library
Look up keyword
Like this
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
SSB :Service Selection Board Guide book for Indian Armed Forces

SSB :Service Selection Board Guide book for Indian Armed Forces

Ratings: (0)|Views: 560 |Likes:
Published by Ravindra Mathanker
SSB- service selection board guide book for selection in indian armed forces. A complete collection of blog content for various tests Screening, PPDT, WAT, SRT, Interview etc.
SSB- service selection board guide book for selection in indian armed forces. A complete collection of blog content for various tests Screening, PPDT, WAT, SRT, Interview etc.

More info:

Published by: Ravindra Mathanker on Dec 05, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less





SSB Guide: A collection of Various Blog Contents
Service Selection Board: For Armed Forces of IndiaCompiled By
Ravindra Mathanker
2/16/12Indian Arm- Wikipedia, the free encclopedia1/19file:///D:/DATA/Indian Arm - Wikipedia, the free encclopedia.htm
I A
Indian Army Seal
15 August 1947 – Present
1,129,900 Active personnel960,000 Reserve personnel158 Helicopters
P  
Ministry of DefenceIndian Armed Forces
 New Delhi, India
Gold, red and black  
C  A S 
General V K Singh
Field Marshal CariappaField Marshal Manekshaw
I A
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I A
, Devanāgar:
भारतीय थलसना 
 Bhāratya Thalasēnā
) is the land based branch and the largest component of the Indian Armed Forces.According to the IISS, in 2010 the army had a strength of 1,129,900 active personnel and960,000 reserve personnel,
making the Indian Army the world's largest standing volunteer army.
Its primary mission is to ensure the national security and defence of the Republic of Indiafrom external aggression and threats, and maintaining peace and security within its borders. Italso conducts humanitarian rescue operations during natural calamities and other disturbances. The President of India serves as the Commander-in-Chief of the Army. TheChief of Army Staff (COAS), a General, is a four star commander and commands the army.There is typically never more than one serving general at any given time in the Army. Twoofficers have been conferred the rank of field marshal, a 5-star rank and the officer serves asthe ceremonial chief.The Indian Army came into being when India gained independence in 1947, and inheritedmost of the infrastructure of the British Indian Army that were located in post-partition India.It is a voluntary service and although a provision for military conscription exists in the Indianconstitution, it has never been imposed. Since independence, the army has been involved infour wars with neighboring Pakistan and one with the People's Republic of China. Other major operations undertaken by the army include Operation Vijay, Operation Meghdoot andOperation Cactus. Apart from conflicts, the army has also been an active participant inUnited Nations peacekeeping missions.
1 Mission2 History2.1 British Indian Army2.2 First World War 2.3 Second World War 2.4 Inception3 Conflicts and Operations3.1 First Kashmir War (1947)3.2 Inclusion of Hyderabad (1948)3.3 Liberation of Goa, Daman and Diu (1961)3.4 Sino-Indian Conflict (1962)3.5 Indo-Pakistani War of 19653.6 Indo-Pakistani War of 19713.7 Siachen conflict (1984)3.8 Counter-insurgency activities3.9 Kargil conflict (1999)3.10 United Nations Peacekeeping Missions3.11 Major exercises3.11.1 Operation Brasstacks3.11.2 Operation Parakram3.11.3 Operation Sanghe Shakti3.11.4 Exercise Ashwamedha3.11.5 Operation Sudarshan Sakthi4 Structure4.1 Commands4.2 Corps4.2.1 Regimental organisation4.3 Other field formations
2/16/12Indian Arm- Wikipedia, the free encclopedia2/19file:///D:/DATA/Indian Arm - Wikipedia, the free encclopedia.htm
Indian Arm
 New Delhi
H  
Indian military historyBritish Indian ArmyIndian National ArmyArmy Day (15 January)
Equipment of the Indian Army
Chief of Army Staff Ranks and insignia
5 Regiments5.1 Infantry regiments5.2 Artillery regiments5.3 Armoured regiments6 Indian army staff and equipment6.1 Strength6.2 Statistics6.2.1 Sub-units6.3 Rank structure7 Combat doctrine8 Equipment8.1 Aircraft8.2 Uniforms9 Recipients of the Param Vir Chakra10 Future developments11 See also12 References13 Bibliography14 External links
The Indian Army provides that "The Indian Army is the land component of the Indian Armed Forces which existsto uphold the ideals of the Constitution of India."
citation needed 
As a major component of national power,alongside the Indian Navy and the Indian Air Force, the roles of the Indian Army are as follows:Primary: Preserve national interests and safeguard sovereignty, territorial integrity and unity of Indiaagainst any external threats by deterrence or by waging war.Secondary: Assist Government agencies to cope with ‘proxy war’ and other internal threats and provide aid to civil authority when requisitioned for the purpose."
B I A
 Main article: British Indian Army Further information: List of regiments of the Indian Army (1903)
A Military Department was created within the Supreme Government of the East India Company at Kolkata in theyear 1776. Its main function was to sift and record orders relating to the Army that were issued by variousDepartments of the Government of the East India Company
With the Charter Act of 1833, the Secretariat of the Government of the East India Company was reorganizedinto four Departments, including a Military Department. The army in the Presidencies of Bengal, Bombay &Madras functioned as respective Presidency Army until April 1895, when the Presidency Armies were unifiedinto a single Indian Army. For administrative convenience, it was divided into four commands at that point of time, namely Punjab (including the North West Frontier), Bengal, Madras (including Burma) and Bombay (including Sind, Quetta and Aden).
The British Indian Army was a critical force for the primacy of the British Empire both in India and across the world. Besides maintaining the internalsecurity of the British Raj, the Army fought in many other theaters - Anglo-Burmese Wars, First and Second Anglo-Sikh Wars, First, Second andThird Anglo-Afghan Wars, First and Second Opium Wars in China, Abyssinia, Boxer Rebellion in China.
F W W
 Main article: Indian Army during World War I 

Activity (5)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
1 thousand reads
1 hundred reads
Ravindra Mathanker added this note
Prevoius pages contains some information about indian armed forces but later this collection has complete SSB Interview Procedure and practice Sets
Rakesh Gupta liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->