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Exam Highlights
  • Exam Name
    Indian Army Technical Recruitment Exam
  • Exam Duration
    1 Hour
  • Exam Frequency
    Annually
  • Official Website
    http://www.joinindianarmy.nic.in/
  • No. of Papers
    2
  • Total Marks
    200
  • Total No. of Questions
    50
  • No. of Sections
    4
  • Medium of the exam
    English and Hindi
  • Marking Scheme
    -1 for each wrong answer +4 for every correct answer
Eligibilty Criteria

Candidates who would like to attempt the Indian Army Technical examination 2022 should be aware of the requirements.

The technical qualifying criteria for the Indian Army are separated into the following sections:

  • Educational Qualifications
  • Age Requirements
  • Nationality
  • Physical Fitness
  • Medical Fitness
  • Relationship Status
  • Work Experience
  • Gender

Educational Qualifications

The eligibility criteria for the Indian Army Technical Recruitment 2022 is as follows:

  • Candidates must have completed 10+2 in the Science stream, with the core subjects being Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English.
  • They must have acquired an aggregate score of at least 50%.
  • Candidates must have achieved a minimum of 40% in each of the previously stated subjects.
  • The acquired score in percentage will not be regarded as valid if it is rounded off. It indicates that 49.9% will be considered less than 50% and so ineligible for the Indian Army Soldier Technical job.
  • Candidates must have completed 10+2 from an educational board recognised by the Indian government.
  • Only applicants who have graduated from one of the educational boards specified by COBSE, AICTE, NIOS, and CBSE are eligible to take the Indian Army Technical Examination 2022.
  • The Indian Army Technical examination 2022 is open to candidates who are doing their final 10+2 exam. During the document submission step, they must, however, submit the passing out certificate and a genuine mark sheet.

Age Requirements

The age requirements for the recruitment process is as follows:

  • Minimum Age: 17 Years and 6 Months
  • Maximum Age: 23 Years

Nationality

Check the nationality requirements for those interested in applying for an Indian Army Technical position.

  • Indian national, or
  • A Bhutanese subject, or
  • A Nepalese subject, or
  • An Indian migrant from Pakistan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, or Zambia.

Physical Fitness

One of the most essential steps in the Indian Army's technical recruitment qualification criterion is physical fitness.

The following are the physical requirements for the Indian Army Soldier Technical position:

Height: The height requirements differ depending on the location (region) of the candidate. The table below indicates the minimum height requirements for candidates interested in the Indian Army Technical examination 2022.

Region Height (cm)
Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana, Delhi, Western Uttar Pradesh (Meerut and Agra Division), and Rajasthan located in the Western Plain Region. 170
Nagaland, Sikkim, West Bengal's Hill Region (Gangtok, Darjeeling, and Kalimpong), Manipur, and Arunachal Pradesh of the Eastern Himalayan Region. Tripura, Meghalaya, and Mizoram in the northeastern regions of India 160
West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Orissa, and Eastern Uttar Pradesh of the Eastern Plains Region 169
Jammu & Kashmir, Garhwal, and Kumaon (Uttarakhand), Himachal Pradesh, and the Punjab Hills that make up the Western Himalayan Region (Areas south and west of the Himachal Pradesh-Punjab Inter-State Border, as well as areas north and east of Road Mukerian, Hoshiarpur, Garh Shankar, Ropar, and Chandigarh) 163
Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Chattisgarh, Dadar, Nagar Haveli, Daman, and Diu of the Central Region 168
Kerala, Goa, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Puducherry from the Southern Regions 167

Weight: Like height, weight is an important eligibility factor in the Indian Army Technical Recruitment 2022. The weight standards, like the height criteria, vary depending on the candidates' area of residence. The following table shows the Indian Army Technical Weight criterion by region:

Region Weight (Kg)
Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana, Delhi, Western Uttar Pradesh (Meerut and Agra Division), and Rajasthan located in the Western Plain Region. 50
Nagaland, Sikkim, West Bengal's Hill Region (Gangtok, Darjeeling, and Kalimpong), Manipur, and Arunachal Pradesh of the Eastern Himalayan Region. Tripura, Meghalaya, and Mizoram in the northeastern regions of India 48
West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Orissa, and Eastern Uttar Pradesh of the Eastern Plains Region 50
Jammu & Kashmir, Garhwal, and Kumaon (Uttarakhand), Himachal Pradesh, and the Punjab Hills that make up the Western Himalayan Region (Areas south and west of the Himachal Pradesh-Punjab Inter-State Border, as well as areas north and east of Road Mukerian, Hoshiarpur, Garh Shankar, Ropar, and Chandigarh) 48
Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Chattisgarh, Dadar, Nagar Haveli, Daman, and Diu of the Central Region 50
Kerala, Goa, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Puducherry from the Southern Regions 50

Chest Measurement: The Indian Army has set chest measurement as one of the primary qualification requirements. Unlike the Indian Army Technical Recruitment height and weight criteria, the chest requirement is uniform throughout the country. The table below illustrates the eligibility standards for uniform chest requirements:

Region Chest (Cm)
Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana, Delhi, Western Uttar Pradesh (Meerut and Agra Division), and Rajasthan located in the Western Plain Region 77
Nagaland, Sikkim, West Bengal's Hill Region (Gangtok, Darjeeling, and Kalimpong), Manipur, and Arunachal Pradesh of the Eastern Himalayan Region. Tripura, Meghalaya, and Mizoram in the northeastern regions of India
West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Orissa, and Eastern Uttar Pradesh of the Eastern Plains Region
Jammu & Kashmir, Garhwal, and Kumaon (Uttarakhand), Himachal Pradesh, and the Punjab Hills that make up the Western Himalayan Region (Areas south and west of the Himachal Pradesh-Punjab Inter-State Border, as well as areas north and east of Road Mukerian, Hoshiarpur, Garh Shankar, Ropar, and Chandigarh)
Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Chattisgarh, Dadar, Nagar Haveli, Daman, and Diu of the Central Region
Kerala, Goa, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Puducherry from the Southern Regions

Medical Fitness

The medical fitness requirements are as follows:

  • A mentally sound and healthy candidate is required.
  • The candidate's hearing and vision must be in good working order.
  • The candidate must be able to read 6/6 with both eyes in a far vision chart.
  • All colours must be distinct and recognizable in the candidate's mind.
  • A healthy gum line and at least 14 dental points are required of the candidate.
  • Any deforming disorders, such as piles or hydrocele, must be absent in the candidate.

Relationship Status

Any married male over the age of 21 but under the age of 23 will be considered for the Indian Army Technical position. The aforementioned position is not open to married men under the age of 21.

Work Experience

An applicant for the Indian Army Technical position does not need to have any prior work experience.

Gender

Only male candidates who fulfil the qualification standards of the Indian Army are considered eligible for the Indian Army Technical position.

Exam Pattern

The following aspects of the Indian Army Technical examination (CEE) pattern should be kept in mind by candidates:

S No. Subject Questions Marks Pass Marks
SOL(TECH)
(a) General Knowledge & Reasoning 10 40 80
(b) Maths 15 60
(c) Physics 15 60
(d) Chemistry 10 40
SOL(NA)
(a) General Knowledge 10 40 80
(b) Maths 05 20
(c) Physics 05 20
(d) Biology 15 60
(d) Chemistry 15 60
Syllabus

The syllabus for the Indian Army Technical Recruitment Examinations 2022 is as follows:

A. General Knowledge

  • India and its neighbouring countries especially on History, Culture, Geography, and who’s who.
  • Abbreviations,
  • Sports,
  • Awards and Prizes,
  • Terminology,
  • Indian Armed Forces,
  • Continents and Sub Continents,
  • Inventions and Discoveries,
  • The Constitution of India,
  • International Organizations,
  • Books and Authors,
  • Knowledge of Important events that have happened in India and at the world level in recent years,
  • Current important world events,
  • Prominent personalities etc.

B. Physics

  • Physical Properties and States of Matter,
  • Mass,
  • Weight,
  • Volume,
  • Density and Specific Gravity,
  • Principle of Archimedes,
  • Pressure Barometer,
  • The motion of objects,
  • Velocity and Acceleration,
  • Newtons Laws of Motion,
  • Force and Momentum,
  • Parallelogram of Forces,
  • Stability and Equilibrium of bodies,
  • Gravitation,
  • Elementary ideas of work,
  • Power and Energy,
  • Heat and its Effects,
  • Sound waves and their properties,
  • Reflection and refraction.
  • Spherical mirrors and Lenses,
  • Type and properties of the magnet,
  • Static and Current Electricity,
  • Conductors and Non-conductors,
  • Ohms Law,
  • Simple Electrical Circuits,
  • Heating.

C. Mathematics

  • Algebra.
  • Matrices & Determinants
  • Analytical Geometry.
  • Trigonometry.
  • Integral Calculus.
  • Differential Calculus.
  • Probability and Statistics.
  • Number Systems
  • Fundamental arithmetical operations
  • Mensuration
  • Area, Volume and Surface Area

D. Chemistry

  • Physical and Chemical changes.
  • Elements,
  • Mixtures and Compounds,
  • Symbols,
  • Formulae and simple Chemical Equations,
  • Law of Chemical Combination,
  • Properties of Air and Water,
  • Preparation and Properties of Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Carbon dioxide,
  • Oxidation and Reduction,
  • Acids, bases, and salts,
  • Carbon and its forms,
  • Natural and Artificial Fertilizers,
  • Elementary ideas about the Structure of Atom, Atomic, Equivalent and Molecular Weights, Valency.

E. Biology

  • Basic Biology,
  • Life Process,
  • Study of Birds,
  • Human Beings,
  • The uniqueness of the human body,
  • Food and Health,
  • The necessity of balanced diet,
  • Wasteful Food Practices,
  • Food Yield,
  • Essentials for good health,
  • Cycles of materials,
  • Ecological balance,
  • Living resources,
  • Habitat and Organisms,
  • Adaptation.

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