Indian Army TES Recruitment 2022: Notification, Exam Date, Vacancy

Indian Army TES Recruitment 2022: Notification, Exam Date, Vacancy

ByDhruv Kumar  |  Updated on: Dec 1, 2022
The notification has been released for Indian Army TES 49 (July 2023 batch) for 90 vacancies. Eligible candidates can apply online for the Indian Army TES 2022 exam. Check more details such as application form, eligibility, selection, salary, etc.
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The Technical Entry Scheme 49 notification has been made public by the Indian Army. Candidates can join the Indian Army through the Technical Entry Scheme, also known as Indian Army TES. Candidates who have completed class 12th may take advantage of this chance to attend an SSB interview without taking a written exam. The short notice for recruiting a permanent commission in the army has been made public by the Indian Army TES.

Interested candidates must fill out the application form online to get shortlisted for the recruitment process. Moreover, you can check out the eligibility criteria, selection process, salary, promotion criteria, and more for the Indian Army TES recruitment 2022.

Indian Army TES Notification 2022

The officials have released the recruitment Indian Army TES notification for the Technical Entry Scheme 49, inviting interested candidates to apply. It has released a total of 90 vacancies. The Indian Army TES 2022 selection process includes three stages, namely Shortlisting, SSB Interview, and Medical Examination. All eligible candidates between the age of 16.5 and 19.5 are qualified to fill out the application form.

Download Indian Army TES 49 Notification PDF 2022

The candidates who have scored at least 60% in aggregate Physics, Chemistry, and Maths in class 12 can apply for this post. According to the recent notification, JEE Mains has become a mandatory criterion for getting selected for Indian Army TES 49 entry. The official website will accept applications beginning on November 15th, 2022.

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Indian Army TES Important Dates

Exam dates for Indian Army TES 2022 will also be disclosed in the notification. Candidates must know the exam dates to avoid missing important dates and deadlines while preparing for the recruitment drive. The Indian Army TES dates are listed here and will be updated as soon as they become available on the official website.

Events

Important Dates

Short Notification Release Date

15th November 2022

Application form start date

1st December 2022

Application Last Date

30th December 2022

Indian Army TES 49 Shortlisting Cut Off Release

To be Announced

Indian Army TES SSB Interview Date

To be Announced

Indian Army TES SSB Medical Examination Dates

To be Announced

Indian Army TES 2022 Merit List

To be Announced

Indian Army TES Admit Card Release Date

To be Announced

Indian Army TES 49 Course Commencement

July 2023

Indian Army TES Application Form 2022

Indian Army TES 2022 Application Form will be available from 15th November 2022 till 14th December 2022. Interested and eligible candidates can fill up the application form through the direct link provided below or can visit the official website of the Indian Army. Moreover, the below-given steps will help you clear all your doubts regarding how to fill out the Indian Army TES Application Form.

How to Apply for Indian Army TES Recruitment 2022?

The steps to apply for Indian Army TES 2022 are as follows:

  • Step 1: Visit the official website of the Indian Army.
  • Step 2: Go to the registration page. Two options, i.e. Login for existing users and Registration for New users, will be given to the candidates.
  • Step 3: Do click on registration at the end of the form to get registered if not done already.
  • Step 4: Read all the instructions in detail after going to the page and click on 'continue' to proceed to the registration page.
  • Step 5: Fill in all the details like name, age, mobile number, email id, parents' name, adhaar number, etc., on the registration page, and after that, click on submit to proceed further.
  • Step 6: After that, click the apply online button next to Technical Entry Scheme 49.
  • Step 7: Fill in all personal and educational details correctly.
  • Step 8: Upload all requisite personal and educational documents.
  • Step 9: Lastly, candidates must click on the "I Agree" checkbox, hit the submit button, and proceed further.
  • Step 10: Download your Indian Army TES 2022 application form and take a printout for future use.

Documents Required to Apply for Indian Army TES

The candidates must have the following original and scanned copies of the documents given below while filling out the Indian Army TES 2022 application form.

  • 20 Passport-sized photographs.
  • Domicile Certificate.
  • Marital Certificate (if the applicant is married).
  • Class 10th/12th/ Mark sheet as Date of Birth proof.
  • NCC Certificate (if any).
  • Photo Id such as Adhaar Card, Voter ID Card, or Passport.

Indian Army TES Admit Card

The admit card for their SSB Interviews will be sent to candidates chosen for any round of the Indian Army TES 49 recruitment on their registered email addresses. Before proceeding to the selection phase, candidates must double-check the Indian Army TES 2022 admit card for all of the details and take a printout. Candidates are required to bring a physical copy of the following documents with them when they participate in the selection process:

  • Printout of Indian Army TES 2022 admit card.
  • One printed copy of the application form with self-attestation.
  • Original certificate/mark sheet for class 10 with DOB.
  • Original certificate/mark sheet for class 12th.
  • Original ID documentation.
  • Along with the application form, 20 copies of self-attested PP-size photographs must be carried.

Indian Army TES Vacancy

Along with the notification, information on the Indian Army TES vacancy for the July 2023 batch will be made public. The Indian Army has announced 90 open positions at various training academies. The Permanent Commission in the Army with the rank of Lt is given to individuals who complete the selection procedure and the 5-year training program of Indian Army TES.

Indian Army TES Eligibility Criteria

Check whether you are eligible for the Indian Army TES 49 before applying for the posts. If applicants fail to meet one or more of the Indian Army TES Eligibility Criteria, their candidature is subject to disqualification. Check out all eligibility details below, including nationality, age limit, and physical standards.

Indian Army TES Nationality

Here are the Nationality requirements to apply for Indian Army TES. All candidates must be

  1. Indian Citizens, or
  2. Subjects of Bhutan, or
  3. A Subject of Nepal, or
  4. Tibetan refugees who joined India before 01 January 1962.

The Gorkha subjects are not needed to obtain any eligibility certificates from Nepal, per the Indian Army TES 2022 notification.

Let's say a candidate's nationality requires the certificate. If that is the case, the candidate will be provisionally shortlisted provided that the government grants a certificate for that candidate before announcing the SSB's results or the start of the training.

Indian Army TES Age Limit

The age given on the matriculation certificate will be considered the final one by the board. The age should be between 16 ½ years and 19 ½ years. For applying for Indian Army TES,the candidates must not be born before 02 January 2003 and not after 01 January 2006.

Indian Army TES Educational Qualification

Candidates may apply for the Indian Army TES 49 if they have completed the 10+2 (class XIIth) examination with a minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 60% in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics in the major subjects from a recognised board. However, for the upcoming Indian Army TES, the candidates' JEE Mains results will be considered.

Indian Army TES Physical Standards

The following table elaborates on the minimum Indian Army TES 2022 physical standard requirements per eligibility norms:

Height (Cm)

Weight (Kg)

 

Minimum Weight for all Ages

17 - 20 Years

20 + 01 Day - 30 Years

30 + 01 Day - 40 Years

Above 40 Years

150

40.5

49.5

51.8

54

56.3

151

41

50.2

52.4

54.7

57

152

41.6

50.8

53.1

55.4

57.8

153

42.1

51.5

53.8

56.3

58.5

154

42.7

52.2

54.5

56.9

59.3

155

43.2

52.9

55.3

57.7

60.1

156

43.8

53.5

56

58.4

60.8

157

44.4

54.2

56.7

59.2

61.6

158

44.9

54.9

57.4

59.9

62.4

159

48.1

55.6

58

60.7

63.2

160

48.7

56.3

58.9

61.4

64

161

48.2

57

59.6

62.2

64.8

162

48.8

57.7

60.4

63

65.6

163

48.4

58.5

61.1

63.8

66.4

164

49

59.2

61.9

64.6

67.2

165

49.6

59.9

62.6

65.3

68.1

166

50.2

60.6

63.4

66.1

68.9

167

50.8

61.4

64.1

66.9

69.7

168

51.4

62.1

64.9

67.7

70.6

169

52

62.8

65.7

68.5

71.4

170

52.6

63.6

66.5

69.4

72.3

171

53.3

64.3

67.3

70.2

73.1

172

53.9

65.1

68

71.0

74

173

54.5

65.8

68.8

71.8

74.8

174

55.1

66.6

69.6

72.7

75.7

175

55.8

67.4

70.4

73.5

76.6

176

56.4

68.1

71.2

74.3

77.4

177

57

68.9

72.1

75.2

78.3

178

57.7

69.7

72.9

76

79.2

179

58.3

70.5

73.7

76.9

80.1

180

59

71.3

74.5

77.8

81

181

59.6

72.1

75.4

78.6

81.9

182

60.3

72.9

76.2

79.5

82.8

183

60.9

73.7

77

80.4

83.7

184

61.6

74.5

77.9

81.3

84.6

185

62.3

75.3

78.7

82.1

85.6

186

62.9

76.1

79.6

83

86.5

187

63.6

76.9

80.4

83.9

87.4

188

64.3

77.8

81.3

84.8

88.4

189

65

78.6

82.2

85.7

89.3

190

65.7

79.4

83

86.6

90.3

Indian Army TES 2022 Selection Process

Three stages make up the selection process for the Indian Army TES 2022, and passing each stage is a must. Only applicants who pass all three rounds will be called for the last round of the army's training process. All significant steps in the Indian Army TES 49 Selection Process have been outlined in the sections below.

  • Stage 1: Shortlisting
  • Stage 2: SSB Interview
  • Stage 3: Medical Examination

Note: Each selection stage has been discussed elaborately below.

Indian Army TES Shortlisting

The Indian Army TES recruitment process shall start with the shortlisting of applicants by the Integrated HQ of MoD based on pre-decided cut-off marks. Shortlisted candidates are informed about their SSB interview centres next through their contact details. Selected candidates are then required to book their SSB interview dates on the Indian Army's official website on a first-come basis.

Indian Army TES SSB Interview

The next stage of the Indian Army TES 2022 selection process is an SSB Interview. There will be a 5 Days SSB Interview Procedure to select eligible candidates for further stages. The five stages of the interview have been given below.

Screening: Under the SSB Interview, screening is the first step wherein candidates are judged based on two tests. The tests are to check candidate potential.

  • Verbal and Non-Verbal Tests
  • PDT

Psychological Test: In a Psychological test, the candidates' mental ability and strength are evaluated. Some tests done at this stage include:

  • Thematic Apperception Test [TAT]
  • Word Association Test [WAT]
  • Situation Reaction Test [SRT]
  • Self Description Test [SD]

GTO: The GTO (Group Testing Office) is the most challenging stage. This step aims to check candidates' mental and physical strengths. Its 9 different tasks evaluate a candidate's ability to function in a group at multiple levels. The tasks are as follows.

  • HGT (Half Group Task)
  • GPE (Group Planning Exercise)
  • GD (Group Discussion)
  • PGT (Progressive Group Task activity)
  • Command Task
  • IoT (Individual Obstacles Task)
  • Individual Lecturette
  • FGT (Final Group Task)
  • Snake race/Group Obstacle Race:

Personal Interview: A personal interview is conducted to closely assess a candidate on multiple grounds. Some parameters of judgment include personality traits, general knowledge, emotional quotient, body language, communication skills, and other significant criteria.

Conference: This is the last round of the SSB Interview stage. This round is used to cross-check if the candidate fits all parameters for selection.

Indian Army TES Medical Examination

The final round of the Indian Army TES 2022 selection process is the Medical examination. A medical team checks the physical fitness of the candidates, wherein a group of independent medical officers is assigned by the Indian Army to thoroughly test the selected candidates for any diseases and deformities as per the strict medical guidelines of the Indian Army.

Only the candidates who are medically fit as per the Indian Army TES prescribed standards are selected. If found 'unfit in the medical examination of the selection process, the candidates shall be rejected on medical grounds.

Indian Army TES Salary

The Indian Army TES provides its officers with a highly generous salary that is both alluring and bankable. Additionally, candidates who make it onto the Indian Army TES 49 merit list have a perfect chance of being promoted once they enlist in the Indian Army. For the benefit of the students hoping to be hired in future recruitment, we have addressed the salary structure and promotion requirements in great depth.

The first level is Lieutenant, which has the lowest pay scale compared to other ranks and posts. To help you understand more about the Indian Army TES Salary, a comprehensive table elaborating on rank wise pay scale has been given below:

Rank

Salary

Level of Pay

Lieutenant

₹ 56,100 - 1,77,500

Level 10

Captain

₹ 61,300 - 1,93,900

Level 10B

Major

₹ 69,400 - 2,07,200

Level 11

Lt Colonel

₹ 1,21,200 - 2,12,400

Level 12A

Colonel

₹ 1,30,600 - 2,15,900

Level 13

Brigadier

₹ 1,39,600 - 2,17,600

Level 13A

Major General

₹ 1,44,200 - 2,18,200

Level 14

Lt General/HAG Scale

₹ 1,82,800 - 2,24,000

Level 15

HAG Scale(Admissible to 1/3rd of the total strength of LT General)

₹ 2,05,400 - 2.24,400

Level 16

VCOAS/Army CdR/Lt Gen(NFSG)

₹ 2,25,000 (fixed)

Level 17

COAS

₹ 2,50,000 (fixed)

Level 18

Indian Army TES Growth and Promotion

After joining the Army as a Lieutenant in rank, the selected cadets will be subject to growth and promotion on the following grounds:

Ranks (Indian Army)

Criteria for Promotion

Lieutenant

On Commission

Captain

On completion of 2 years

Major

On completion of 6 years

Lt. Colonel

On completion of 13 years

Colonel (TS)

On completion of 26 years

Brigadier

Selection based on the fulfilment of requisite service conditions and performance level

Colonel

Major General

Lt. General/HAG Scale

HAG Scale (Admissible to 1/3rd of the total strength of LT General)

VCOAS/Army CdR/Lt Gen (NFSG)

COAS

Indian Army TES Training Process

The selected candidates through the Indian Army TES 2022 selection process will be notified of their training sessions. The total training period for Indian Army TES is of 5 years. The details are elaborated here:

  • Basic Military Training: A one-year training session will be held at the Officer Training Academy, Gaya.
  • Technical Training: The Technical Training Phase 1 (Pre-Commission Training) will be for 3 years at CME Pune, MCTE Mhow or MCEME Secunderabad). Phase 2 (Post Commission Training) 1-year training will be conducted by CME Pune/MCTE Mhow or MCEME Secunderabad.
  • Award of Degree: After completing the final examination, the candidates will get an Engineering degree. No ante date will be permissible to candidates concerning this Engineering degree. During the last two semesters, the officers will be permitted only one relegation on the grounds of academics. This relegation will be within the maximum two relegations allowable on academic backgrounds during the entire Engineering degree (8 semesters) as per the JNU Ordinance. Any further relegation of the officer on the same grounds shall result in the termination of his commission.

Indian Army TES Preparation Tips

Candidates should start preparing for the Indian Army TES as soon as possible without waiting for the notification. Aspirants must know the preparation strategy for the upcoming recruitment before applying for the Indian Army TES 2022.

Make a Timetable: Creating a plan will help you be more efficient and save time. Incorporate physical activities into your daily routine. Individual obstacles and snake races will benefit from it.

Be a Good Reader: It's great to read the newspaper every day, but even if you can't, you should at least be aware of what's happening.

Psychology is Vital: PPDT is the essential parameter in psychological testing. A sensible, practical, concise story adheres to the DSO's basic elements. Critical psychological tests are conducted during the SSB on the second day of the five-day testing schedule. These particular tests are based on a scientific approach to evaluating the qualities of a candidate at their subconscious level as well as the non-conscious state of mind.

The main aim of these tests is to evaluate the potential of an aspirant in terms of qualities and personality traits desired in the potential officer candidate. Therefore, the candidate cannot hide his genuine feelings, and the psychologist can also read the aspirant's real personality. At the same time, they give their responses regarding feelings, thoughts, and actions.

Thematic Apperception Test (TAT): TAT preparation is simple and straightforward. Grab a pen, a notebook, and a stopwatch (a stopwatch on your phone will be enough) and head to your terrace, where you can observe people engaged in various activities. Take down their age and mood, and try to piece together a story. When you travel, you can bring a book and pen with you. Then you can see if you can write the story in under three and a half minutes.

Then examine your own story to see if it meets the following criteria: Whether or not the story is uplifting, whether or not the hero you choose is the same age and gender as you, if the story is divided into three parts, such as past, present, and future, the story's acceptability and naturalness, whether or not the account is connected to the image displayed.

Situation Reaction Test (SRT): This is the most critical SSB test because you may have to take it during your interview. Please do not write any solution beyond your age, financial situation, or physical strength. If you are a karate master, you can bash the criminals and save the victim. However, if you're not a karate master, adjust your reaction accordingly.

Please keep your reactions natural and put yourself in the situation to get your response. Basic common sense is required for the preparation. You might read something like this while reading the newspaper or watching the news on TV: "An accident occurred, and many people were injured." If you read a situation like this, imagine yourself in it and consider how you would react.

Word Association Test (WAT): This will take a lot of practice, and you can get the words from SSBCrack. Then have someone show you each word for 15 seconds, or use MS Powerpoint Slide Show to do it yourself. Ensure your sentence is free of words like I, me, should, and could. You can use them if you need them. Your reaction should be natural, and you should write the first thought that comes to mind.

Self-Description Test (SDT): This test allows the Psychologist to determine the Candidate's ability to self-analyze. The procedure is exceptionally straightforward. Observe what your friends, teachers, superiors (in the case of serving or working candidates), and parents say about you, or ask them directly.

Also, could you consider your life goals and how you see yourself? Your opinions should never contradict those of your parents or teachers. Then rewrite it several times to pick out the essential points and discard the ones that aren't. It also aids in the management of time.

Practice Story, Narration, & lecturette: Story narration is integral to the screening process. Practice this a few times to ensure you can deliver your story with confidence and clarity of thought. Maintain eye contact, body language, and facial expressions with the group.

Interview Preparation: To give the SSB interview, candidates need to understand the psyche and requirements of the interviewer and think by keeping themselves in the place of an interviewer. You'll have to think hard about what the interviewer expects from you and how well you are prepared to take this challenge.

To think like the interviewer, the candidate should make themselves aware of the job profile, the requirements for which they will be interviewed, and what type of people find eligibility in that respective line of work. Being aware of his personality, inner nature, and people near you and your family and friends is also crucial.

GTO Preparation: There are some specific rules & instructions that must be kept in your mind when performing these tasks, and after this, you will become a leader automatically. It is more critical to speak less but at the same time speak well in Group discussions. It would help if you gave the Group Discussion a direction every time you talk or say. The strategy for all the tasks in Group Testing Officer testing is different, and evolving a core strategy for all of them while distinct small approaches to form on the nature of the job will improve your performance. Begin running and also do some core exercises.

It will help you in all aspects of life. Meditation will also be quite helpful. Run daily; start by running only 1 km per day and exercising, and then gradually increase it. Your stamina will get rise day by day.

Final Preparation: One week before the SSB, practice psychology tests by considering the time. Revise all your current affairs as well as psych notes. Also, revise your interview answers. Also, get your psychology assessment done by an excellent DIPR-trained assessor. Remember one thing for the physical tasks: after you get fatigued, your stamina runs out. After that, it is the examination of your will. Could you make it count? During practice, please do not try to attain perfection but instead work on the progress.

Your Attitude for the SSB Matters: The first and foremost thing you must work on is that the candidate needs to believe in themselves and themselves correctly. Because if one cannot do that, then there is no way the selection board will think otherwise. Go with the attitude or viewpoint of if not me, then who? Remember that your mind will not be freely accessed if you keep thinking about what to read and write and how you will be evaluated. You will not be able to think distinctly, resulting in a time lag in your performance during the interview.

Please Work on your English: You'll need to understand that good English in SSB is not to impress the selection panel. Instead, it ensures you can make your point with fluency and clarity. Everyone wants to be heard and impress the selecting officer overseeing the Group Discussion, but remember that you need to be empathetic to others and their views.

Indian Army TES Merit List

Once all phases of the Indian Army TES 49 2022 selection process have been completed, the SSB publishes the final merit list. Below are the main procedures that candidates must do to view and download the Indian Army TES merit list:

  • Step 1: Go to the Indian Army official website.
  • Step 2: Look for the Merit Lists options on the homepage and select them.
  • Step 3: Look for the Indian Army TES merit list on the following page and open the PDF file when you locate it.
  • Step 4: Check your name and application number by scrolling down in the PDF of the merit List.
  • Step 5: The merit list should be downloaded and printed for future use.

Indian Army TES Cut Off

The selection process involves a shortlisting stage, during which the army will determine the Indian Army TES 49 Cut Off marks based on the overall class 12th-grade marks. Only candidates with combined scores equal to or higher than the Indian Army TES cut-off will be contacted for the next phase. The table below contains information on the Technical Entry Scheme's previous year's cut-off for candidates:

Indian Army TES RecruitmentCut Off Marks
Technical Entry Scheme 4488%
Technical Entry Scheme 4379%
Technical Entry Scheme 4285%
Technical Entry Scheme 4178%
Technical Entry Scheme 4085%
Technical Entry Scheme 3983%

Indian Army TES Exam FAQs

  • Your chance to enlist in the Indian Army may lie in the Technical Entry Scheme, or Indian Army TES, as it is generally called. Candidates who have completed class 12 may take advantage of this chance to show up for the SSB Interview without taking a written test. Yes, you do not need to take any written exam for TES Entry.

  • Starting on November 15, 2022, and lasting until December 14, 2022, the Indian Army TES 2022 application form will be accessible online. Candidates who meet the requirements can apply directly using the URL below or the Indian Army's official website.

  • Stage 1: Shortlisting, Stage 2: SSB Interview, and Stage 3: Final Medical Test make up the selection process for the Indian Army TES. Only candidates who succeed in all three rounds of the army's training will be contacted for the final round.

  • After passing the Indian Army TES, a candidate must finish a 5-year training programme. The basic training is given at the Official Training Academy, Gaya.

  • The five-day SSB Interview consists of five rounds for Indian Army TES recruitment: screening, psychological exam, GTO, personal interview, and conference.

  • The selected candidates will receive specific allowances from the pay scale mentioned below. Here is the list of the Indian Army TES allowances:

    • MSP (Military Service Pay)
    • Flying Allowance (Army Aviators)
    • Dearness allowance and Kit maintenance allowance
    • Technical Allowance
    • Siachen Allowance
    • Children's Education Allowance
    • Para Jump Instructor allowance
    • Para allowance
    • Special Forces Allowance
    • Uniform Allowance
    • Field Area Allowance
    • Hostel Subsidy
    • Army Group Insurance Schemes
    • Project allowance
    • Ration in Kind
    • Transport Allowance
    • High Altitude Allowance
    • Para Reserve allowance

    Note: The Indian Army TES allowance varies from rank to rank.

  • The candidate's age for TES recruiting cannot be less than 16 ½ years or greater than 19 ½ years. Candidates for the Indian Army TES program must have been born between January 1, 2006, and December 31, 2003.

  • Yes, the candidates are required to carry the original mark sheet for DOB cross-checking along with one copy of the application form filled and duly signed by themselves (self-attested).

  • After completing their five years of training with the Indian Army TES, candidates are recruited as lieutenants and are entitled to a salary based on pay scale level 10, which ranges from Rs 56,100 to Rs 1,77,500. The candidates also receive several in-hand allowances in addition to this.

  • The cadets will receive the rank of Lieutenant in the army after finishing the training in 4 years. A Lieutenant will be paid between Rs. 56,100 to Rs. 1,77,500 at Level 10.

  • Under the "Technical Entry Scheme of the Indian Army" and the "10+2 (B. Tech) Cadet Entry Scheme of the Indian Navy," JEE Main is required. According to the announcement, completing JEE Main is necessary for enrollment in the Indian Army TES program.

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