Friday, February 5

OROP Table for Commissioned Officers of Territorial Army

Please check source for more details : 7thpaycommissionnews
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Thursday, February 4

OROP Table for JCOs/ORs of Territorial Army published on central Govt. employee nwes & tools website.

One Rank One Pension (OROP) Table issued on 3rd February, 2016 for JCOs/Ors of Territorial Army.

No. 12(1)/2014/D(PEN/POL) - (PART-II)
Dated 03 February, 2016

JCOs/Ors of Territorial Army

1. Retiring/Service Pension/Element: Click here

2. Enhanced Rate of Ordinary Pension: Click here

3. Normal Rate of Ordinary Pension: Click here

4. Special Family Pension: Click here

5. Special Dependent Family Pension/2nd Life award of Special Family Pension :Click here

6. Liberalized Family Pension :Click here

7. Liberalized Dependent Pension/ 2nd Life Award of Liberalised Family Pension: Click here

8. Disability Element :Click here

9. War Injury Element (Discharge) :Click here

10. War Injury Element (Invalided Out) :Click here

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Tuesday, February 2

The 110 Infantry Battalion (Territorial Army) in will conduct a recruitment rally

The 110 Infantry Battalion (Territorial Army) Madras, Redfields, Coimbatore will conduct recruitment for soldiers for enlisting in Territorial Army.

Eligible States : Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Union Territories of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Goa, Daman & Diu, Lakshadweep and Puducherry

Age Limit: 18-42

Venue:  PRS Ground, Coimbatore

Date and Time : March-1 to March 5

Physical test will be conducted only on March 1. On subsequent days, medical test and personal interview will be conducted for candidates who pass in the physical test.

Personnel seeking enrolment should be present at PRS Ground, Coimbatore at 6 a.m. on March 1 with PT shorts, shoes and original civil education certificates along with six passport size photographs.

Minimum Physical standard: at least 160 cm in height and weight at least 50 kg.

Interested candidates should be present at the venue at 6 a.m. in half shorts and shoes sportswear, with original certificates and three passport size photographs. Minimum qualification for soldier general duty is a pass in 10{+t}{+h}standard with 45 per cent and a pass in 10{+t}{+h}standard for soldier tradesman.

Priority will be for employed persons, self employed persons, NCC cadets, those who are trained in shooting, sports persons and children of ex-servicemen. Persons employed in government and private firms should produce a “No Objection Certificate” from their employers.

Sources: The Hindu
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