Indian Army’s first Agniveer Recruitment Rally in Hisar, thousands of candidates took part

Recruitment rallies are being organized in different Army Recruitment Offices (AROs) for the recruitment of Agniveers in the Army. A big recruitment rally was started from 12 August at the Army Recruitment Office in Hisar, Ambala range of Haryana.

Rallies started for the recruitment of Agniveers

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The recruitment of Agniveers has started across the country under the Central Government’s new recruitment scheme Agneepath for recruitment in the Indian Army. For recruitment of Agniveers in different Army Recruitment Offices (AROs) Recruitment Rallies are being organized. Under this, a big recruitment rally was started from 12 August at the Army Recruitment Office in Hisar, Ambala range of Haryana. In this ARO, the youth of four adjoining districts including Hisar, Jind, Sirsa and Fatehabad actively participated.

More than 2000 youths participate in the rally daily.

According to the Indian Army, more than 22 thousand candidates had registered in Hisar. More than 2000 youths are participating in this rally, which lasts for about 10 days. In a special conversation with TV9 Bharatvarsh, the candidates who came to become Agniveer said that the scheme of recruitment is good education, in the beginning confusion was spread about the recruitment scheme but now everything is fine. This step is historic and a dream come true for the service of the country. Youth should come and participate in the recruitment rally with great enthusiasm.

When will the recruitment rally start in UP

The recruitment rally in Bareilly will be held from August 19 to September 15. This rally will cover 12 adjoining districts. The recruitment rallies in Muzaffarnagar and Agra will be held between September 20 and October 10, covering 13 districts of Meerut region and 12 districts of Agra region.

First Rally of Agniveer Recruitment in Army

Let us tell you that this year a total of 46000 Agniveers are to be recruited under the Agneepath scheme, out of which 40000 will be recruited in the Army. So far, around 23 lakh youths have registered across the country. According to the information, the Indian Army will have a total of 85 recruitment rallies across the country. A total of 8 recruitment rallies will be held in Ambala range, out of which one will be separately for women. The return test of the first sale candidates will be conducted on October 16. career news Read here.