Remustering Candidate in the Indian Army
The term 'remuster' originated in the 19th century. Procedure to replace the existing army officer with a new employee. A re-nominating candidate is one who is being considered as a replacement.
- "Muster" is used in military forces and in the shipping industry.
- This process should lead to the gathering and gathering of all the people in one place to delegate duties and responsibilities.
- After the first mastering, candidates for remastering describe secondary regathering.
When used in relation to the military, remustering refers to the reassignment of the primary duty. Reasons for remustering may vary, it may be for upgradation for example in the Indian Army soldiers apply for trades with better financial/promotional benefits.
Some of the trades draw manpower only from other trades such as Flt Gunners (from Armament), Flt Engr (from Engine Fit/Propulsion), or PJI (from all Gp Y trades). Remustering can also be done if you are not able to perform primary duties due to medical or other reasons.