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Can a doctor become a commando in India?
Yes you can join Para SF as army doctor not as combatant. After joing army as a doctor you need to go through MOBC(MEDICAL OFFICER BASIC COURSE)in ARMYMEDICAL CORPS CENTER AND COLLEGE , LUCKNOW.
What is the monthly salary of Indian para commando?
Salary. The Salary of Para Commando soldiers for holding a position of Sepoy is ₹ 17,300 per month. Army Soldier salary in Para Commando ( Special Forces ) ranges between ₹ 3.6 Lakhs – ₹ 4.6 Lakhs. Special Forces also receive an allowance of ₹ 6000 per month in Para Battalion as Para Pay.
Can we join Para SF after AFMC?
No, to join PARA SF, you need to join the Indian Army first. Successful and eligible candidates ie. those attaining 100\% marks in Physical Fitness tests and 50\% marks in Written Test and are in merit will be asked to exercise an option of joining the ELITE PARA Regt by AROs just prior to their despatch.
Can I become a para commando in the Indian Army?
As far as I know, yes. If you wanted to be a Para Commando you have to first of all join INDIAN ARMY as a Soldier or as a Officer. (18–23) After Joining the Army you have to voluntarily opt for the course of Para Commando and then there will be a probation period of 3 months in which they will judge you that can you be a para Commando or not.
Who can volunteer for the Indian Army Parachute Regiment?
2. For Officers serving in the Indian army [Post Commission] : Officers from all Arms and Services can volunteer for the Parachute Regiment subject to them having less than five years service on the day they volunteer, being in medical category SHAPE-I and being graded `EXCELLENT’ in BPET.
How can I become a Para doctor in India?
To get into para as a doctor, you’ll have to clear the mandatory probation ( its of a lesser duration for AMC docs) . Fit young medical officers can undergo the probation after passing the MOBC ( medical officer basic course) from AMCC&C Lucknow.
What is the role of Indian Armed Forces in national service?
The Indian Armed Forces symbolize the ideals of service, patriotism and composite culture of the country. Recruitment to the Armed Forces is voluntary and open to all citizens of India irrespective of caste, class, religion and community, provided the laid down physical, medical and educational criteria are met.