Army releases helpline contacts for Agniveer aspirants of B’pora

Army releases helpline contacts for Agniveer aspirants of B’pora

Registration open up to March 20

BANDIPORA, MARCH 18: Army recruiting Office in Srinagar on Saturday released helpline numbers for the Agniveer aspirants of Bandipora to know about the recruitment process to be held at Anantnag High Ground in June this year.

The recruitment officer said the aspirants of Bandipora can contact Kharpora Army camp at 7051456202, Bapura at 7051504420, Chuntimulla at 9103026891, Athwatto camp at 7051469412, Panar Camp at 6005841389, Kaloosa 9682638118.

Director Recruitment, ARO Colonel G. Suresh said the Bandipora aspirants can contact these numbers for further details and relevant assistance.

Colonel said the candidates can also contact Army Recruiting Office Srinagar, Haft Chinar near Shergarhi Police Station or email on or call on 0194-2311282 and 0194-2310164.

ARO also urged the aspirants to watch videos on enrollment procedure, registration procedure, CEE and mock online tests on the given website for the convenience in Urdu, Hindi and English.

The Colonel stated that Army recruitment rally for recruitment as Agniveers under Agnipath scheme will be held for eligible unmarried male candidates born between 1st of October, 2002 to 1st April, 2006.

He said that students of 10+2, Graduates, Government ITIs, Private Institutions and Polytechnics can also apply online and register themselves for the said Army Requirement Rally 2023 for Agniveer General duty, Agniveer technical, Agniveer Clerk/store keeper Technical, and Agniveer Tradesman.

He said the eligible candidates can register and apply online up to 20th March on website

He said the first step is for the aspirants to register online and the registered candidates will have to undergo Computer-based CEE (Common Entrance Examination).

Sharing details of the improvised process, the Colonel said the website has been linked with DigiLocker so that candidates can easily access their documents. Further, a 50% subsidy in registration fees is being provided so that aspirants will only have to pay Rs 250.