A WORK IN PROGRESS
This section will be looking at a number of areas such as recruitment and selection, and military training for the Indian Armed Forces, as highlighted below.
Recruitment and Selection
Recruitment and selection for the Indian Armed Forces is a non-unified process, meaning recruitment and selection is undertaken by the branch of military service the candidate has applied to join. Although all candidates will go through the same basic steps some, for example pilots, may have additional steps to undertake.
|Indian Army Recruitment & Selection|
|Indian Navy Recruitment & Selection|
|Indian Air Force Recruitment & Selection|
Phase 1: Initial Military Training
Initial military training, commonly known as basic training, for members of the Indian Armed Forces is non-unified, meaning all recruits/officer cadets complete an initial training course based on their method of entry, job and branch of military service.
Basic training comes in the form of several courses, as noted below.
|Indian Army Basic Training|
|Indian Navy Basic Training|
|Indian Air Force Basic Training|
Phase 2: Employment Training
Once recruits/officer cadets have completed their basic training, they will transition to specialised training known as employment/environmental training.
|Indian Army Employment Training|
|Indian Navy Employment Training|
|Indian Air Force Employment Training|