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    Second Lieutenant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Jabalpur (India)
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    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Indian Army (Jabalpur (India)).

    Interview

    It is a process that begins with screening out unsuitable candidates and thereafter subjecting the shortlisted ones through a three-pronged testing system which involves a battery of psychological tests, a series of group-cum-individual tests and a personality-centric interview. It lasts over a 5 day cycle. The successful ones are then put through detailed medical examination and then a merit list is made out with the finally qualified candidates, from where they are invited to join the Army as per available vacancies.

    Interview Questions

    • The interview is a personality based one. It has three major parts each dealing with your academic life in school and college, your family and social circle and your hobbies/interests/aspirations and general awareness. There are no fixed questions. The questions evolve from the introduction the candidate gives about himself in the first few minutes and that he fills out in the biodata sheet.   1 Answer
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Indian Army Awards & Accolades

  • Chief of Army Staff Commendation Card, Indian Army, 2009

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